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hondafighterGTS
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hondafighterGTS Jun 11, 3:11am - #20680 
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GTS for gsx or sti?

hey wassup. i havent posted in a while...ive been busy making a lot of cheddar... well here it is. i love my gts. for many reasons. but the only thing i dont like about it is that it doesnt have good aftermarket support. for drag racing. im into drag and road racing. but more drag. well you'll probably already know i have my celica on juice and im probably running somewhere around low 14's. buttttt thats not fast enough...
so here it is again.
should i keep my celica and buy a gsx...and mod the fuck out of that...
orrr sell celica and get wrx sti...
i plan to do this in the next 3 months
please post all ur comments and opinions
they will be very helpful
peace!

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Grand-Touring-Dan
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Grand-Touring-Dan Jun 11, 3:15am - #20681 
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You could probably do more aftermarket on the gsx than the sti. The sti is already decked out and I can't see it looking good with a body kit and whatnot (I don't like the looks to begin with). There are just more mods you could do to the gsx, so I say go for that.
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k3nnyp3nny
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k3nnyp3nny Jun 11, 3:21am - #20682 
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If you want to really fix up your ride, and put the hard work into it, go for the gsx, but if you want to buy a car that is fast as hell already go for the STI. Im not sure what the aftermarket support for the STI will be like, but starting from 300hp is a good start. The STI looks pretty good stock, except for the Hood scoop, but with a kit it would look tight. My opinion go for the STI.
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RicePowered
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RicePowered Jun 11, 3:48am - #20683 
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I'd get an RX-8 instead of one of those, if I had a choice ... otherwise the GTS or STI
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Grand-Touring-Dan
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Grand-Touring-Dan Jun 11, 3:54am - #20684 
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The RX-8's are tight. My roommate is sellin his GS-T and he may be gettin one of those. If you want to put the RX-8 in the equation, then I say go for that.
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dea7hr0w
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dea7hr0w Jun 11, 5:12am - #20685 
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i would take out the GSX, and replace it with an EVO since you make hella money thumbsup that would be a good choice, EVO or STi =)
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Steven Jun 11, 6:50am - #20686 
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Carlos - get the STi.
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sleepy celica
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sleepy celica Jun 11, 7:43am - #20687 
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this is not one of your options, but i say get a supra. If not, then sti. A buddy of mine has a gs-t and he got his transmission replaced two times. He told me himself that the reliability aren't that great once you start boostinq high. iono just my .o2 cents.

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