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Discussion in 'Land' started by LJ74, May 1, 2020.
You could rwd swap it.
Expensive, hard and useless
It may not be jdm, but the first gen mustangs go pretty cheap.
Buying any sort of project car or sports car is a terrible idea if you're out of work or need a first car, no matter how cheap or old. Insurance is going to cost more and it's bound to be less reliable.
Just get a used Fit if you need a car. Fuel efficient, good on insurance and fun.
or if you want something that you will never need to take in for service, get an 80s hilux
My first car was a moped, that was all I had lol. My dad gave me his m3 so the moped is in the bin now.
Not in my country. We have cheap Skylines with 2.0 and Toyota Crowns, etc. But the gas is expencive, so are US and JDM cars, excetpt for potato cars with auto transmission
I'd say that's not a great idea. Not very fuel efficient, and would probably be hard to find one in good condition.
Besides, once you're back on your feet you could turn the Fit into a brilliant little track car.
Sorry if that sounded braggy
We don't kanjo here
He means this is s chassis thread, and in S-Chassis thread, we don’t mess with sh*t kanjo Hondas
Buying an s-chassis while out of a job, or for a first car, isn't very smart at all
Cant wait for this beautiful machine to come out, So glad it hasnt been cancelled
I'm smart, I'm having 2.0 ECR32
Hmm, a high horsepower car with V-tec would feel like a clutch kick I guess.. like, a bump in power instantly after a certain rpm.. the car needs to be producing a lot of power and torque for it to kick out like that tbh..
this isnt a honda civic why would you put a vtec engine in it you cursed individual supposed to be a joke guys
Why not? Variable Valve Timing isn't just some Honda thing that no one has ever tapped into... it's been on the 2J, the 1J, the RB, and a bunch of other tuner engines. iirc the SR20 also had a VCT head available...
Just get back on topic please