Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Schproda, Jul 22, 2006.
I'll have better pics today I think since I have a new camera and there will be chicks involved.
So, why is it an "S"?
Why not? Type S RSX, it's the better model
dude... get rid of those wheels... and for god sakes, lower that thing..
What size are those wheels? Looks like you have the stock michelins on there so I'm guessing they are 17's. Definitily drop the car. Any other mods?
How can you tell it's the Type-S? I thought the only difference was engine modifications, a 6-speed tranny, and a trunk-lid badge.
it looks good
my 02 type-s....
freshly detailed btw
Drop it! and pics with chick needed!
looks like the 05-06 type-s trim and it has the little spoiler on the back.
im not saying thats fool proof because he could have bought the trim from acura and put it on a base model but why would he spend that money on a body kit instead of a faster car?
You ARE in the Eastern Imports section. The word Ricer comes to mind
well maybe. but i always like to be optimistic
i really want one of those cars... although i cant get over the fact that for the price you could pimp out an integra to be way better in almost any way besides the "style" factor, but who the fuck really cares about that anyways when youre buying an rsx? chicks?
what are you dropped on?
the rsx is a good way to pick up chicks because (ill admit it) it looks a little girly. I personally really like the looks, and there are a lot of mods to make the rsx look more beefy.
oh and im dropped on tien's
wheels look okay. def needs a small static drop.
TSX > RSX, tho.
If we go that route, TL > TSX.
same price difference between the two. Both are aimed at different demographics and none are competing with each other. I bought an RSX-S for a commuter car that has some decent power. I'm happy with it. I've driven a few TSX's and to me it's a car that you buy to keep stock and commute with.
As far as comfort goes TSX > RSX-S, but in all other aspects regarding performance the rsx is better becuase it's a sport coupe...not a sedan geared toward mid 30's working professionals.