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Jun 25, 6:30pm - #22873 
Celica/rsx

what after market mods that rsx got that celica dont have(besides turbos and nos), im gettin mad that celica has been out longer the the rsx and the rsx wtf has already hittin 13s and while our lil 4 banger in the house having hard time hittin 14s cry

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Jun 25, 6:39pm - #22874 
Hondata, Type R cams, Type R anything, DC sports. They have many more options. The celica has products in production. We do have turbos coming out. Cams are in their research and Development stage and should be coming out soon. We can get pistons and rods. They have a stroker kit for the GTS. It just seems that since there are not as many celica owners as rsc/honda owners, not many aftermarket parts are being bought which results in not many aftermarket parts being made.

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Jun 25, 6:45pm - #22875 
Yah aftermarket is coming for the celica thats not the big deal in my eyes. What I want to know is why Toyota has the celica priced higher then a RSX when the rsx has similiar handling, power, speed but comes with more features or options rather standard. Toyota needs to lower the price and be more competitive.

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Jun 25, 6:56pm - #22876 
it's just not right cry


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Jun 25, 7:06pm - #22877 
Originally Posted by Mike00
Yah aftermarket is coming for the celica thats not the big deal in my eyes. What I want to know is why Toyota has the celica priced higher then a RSX when the rsx has similiar handling, power, speed but comes with more features or options rather standard. Toyota needs to lower the price and be more competitive.


celica is over all better car imo, i sat in a rsx type s in a acura dealershiper other day and inside was like puke compare to the celica( just imo)


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Jun 25, 8:17pm - #22878 
I think the GTS engine is harder to work with than the RSX engine. Honda has always aftermarket support for the integra and civic...so they put the same thing into the acura RSX.


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Jun 25, 8:20pm - #22879 
is the RSX v-tec?

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Jun 25, 8:27pm - #22880 
Originally Posted by Grand-Touring-Dan
is the RSX v-tec?


my satellite just took about 10 god damn minutes just to load the acura RSX page...but here...
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Aluminum Alloy 16-Valve, DOHC, i-VTECTM Inline 4-cylinder


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Jun 25, 8:28pm - #22881 
so only the type S is vtec? Whats the difference between i-vtec and regular vtec. I raced an si i-vtec and it didn't really seem like anything. I'm just curious because I do not know too much about the honda/acuras.

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Jun 25, 8:58pm - #22882 
Originally Posted by Grand-Touring-Dan
so only the type S is vtec? Whats the difference between i-vtec and regular vtec. I raced an si i-vtec and it didn't really seem like anything. I'm just curious because I do not know too much about the honda/acuras.


The RSX and and the RSX Type-S both have the same engine with the i-vtec. The difference is just that the S has 200 hp and more options.

"The RSX is propelled by an exhilaratingly responsive 16-valve, 2.0-liter, DOHC LEV-II engine with a lightweight aluminum block and head. The engines for both the RSX and RSX Type-S employ i-VTEC-, a more sophisticated version of the unparalleled Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control (VTEC) system that extracts ample low-rpm torque and high-rpm power from the same engine. In the RSX, i-VTEC helps the engine put out 160 horsepower, while in the RSX Type-S, a more complex version of i-VTEC helps the engine reach 200 horsepower, a staggering 100 horsepower per liter. As you'd expect, i-VTEC helps the RSX and RSX Type-S respond quickly while it improves fuel economy and reduces exhaust emissions."


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Jun 25, 9:04pm - #22883 
Originally Posted by Grand-Touring-Dan

so only the type S is vtec? Whats the difference between i-vtec and regular vtec. I raced an si i-vtec and it didn't really seem like anything. I'm just curious because I do not know too much about the honda/acuras.


if im not mistaken, the RSX base model and the RSX-S has the i-Vtec..i-Vtec is somewhat similar to VVTL-i..there was an article before, comparing VVTL-i and Vtec/i-Vtec, i think it was on one of the issues of Turbo mag

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Jun 25, 9:40pm - #22884 
i-VTEC is basically honda's version of VVTL-i (or vise versa)
the "i" in both cases stands for "intelligence" if i'm not mistaken. thumbsup

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Jun 25, 9:59pm - #22885 
it does mean "intelligence"
yea...it's just a quicker more efficient version of the VTEC.


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Jun 25, 11:55pm - #22886 
no offense to anyone but i hate RSX can't stand them there isn't one thing i like about them puke

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Jun 26, 12:06am - #22887 
Originally Posted by celica2kgts
no offense to anyone but i hate RSX can't stand them there isn't one thing i like about them puke


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Jun 26, 12:12am - #22888 
Originally Posted by x0031
Originally Posted by celica2kgts
no offense to anyone but i hate RSX can't stand them there isn't one thing i like about them puke


How bout the clutch? Silky smoooooooooth... thumbsup
rofl rofl even the clutch i just don't like them guess i'm to much of a celica fan thumbsup thumbsup

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Jun 26, 6:46am - #22889 
I think the RSX is ugly...

Plus, the inside is more like an economy car than a cockpit in the Celica.

When I'm in my GTS, it feels like I'm wearing it...not sitting in it.


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Jun 26, 8:02am - #22890 
i'm not as biased. too many problems with a "certified" used celi has left a bad taste. i enjoy a lot of aspects of the rsx including it's potential (my girl has the rsx and although my celi feels sportier the acura is very similar). even if my celi were closer to 100% the fact that there are many other vehicles in the same price range with better performance and even more room for modification has me somewhat jaded. the z350 looks beautiful and i can't wait to see how the rx-8 does.


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Jun 26, 12:58pm - #22891 
yeah i agree , i have the celi and my brother has the rsx . they are both very nice cars .i like them both ...oh yeah its sunny for the next few days here in maryland after 3 months of rain .cant wait to get out and show the chicks my new celica . hell yeah. grin thumbsup


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