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MrWeeks81

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The bad ass folks at PRL make rad stuff , and cool videos. With two cars almost indentical on under the hood shows just how much a difference a few bolt ons will make. I personally can't wait to get this intake and the exhaust I'm a huge fan of the 90's style n1 exhaust .
 

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Far better comparison of two stock vehicles. Happy to see their's very little performance lose with the Integra even on All-Seasons.
 

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The Si is so much different equipment-wise than the ASpec Tech 6MT that I don't get why it's the "better car" for the money. It's hard to math it out, but the additional stuff on the Integra makes it worth the cost.

It also doesn't help that you really can't get a Civic Si in the real world for less than a fully loaded Integra, either. In my area it is a $10,000 markup on the Civic but our fully loaded Integra 6MT is coming to us for MSRP.
 

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The Si is so much different equipment-wise than the ASpec Tech 6MT that I don't get why it's the "better car" for the money. It's hard to math it out, but the additional stuff on the Integra makes it worth the cost.

It also doesn't help that you really can't get a Civic Si in the real world for less than a fully loaded Integra, either. In my area it is a $10,000 markup on the Civic but our fully loaded Integra 6MT is coming to us for MSRP.
Seriously. I was thinking about getting the Si but with ADMs and add-ons, it was either more or just a couple thousand less than the Integra that I got for MSRP. Added warranty and maintenance plus the other tech, it was a no-brainer.
 

Integra23

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Yep. I was looking at the civic sport touring but ADM was crazy and got the Teggy loaded for less.
 

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I'm right there with y'all--I think Acura made the Integra worth every dollar of cost over the Si.
 

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Can’t help it to me the Honda is a much better looking car, and I dig the orange. Already had a deposit for most of a year and no cars in sight, might be another year before I can really expect either Si or Acura to be for sale.

No telling what other cars are on the horizons by the time either of these are actually available in a spec I would want. Spoke to the local dealer this week, no idea if they can get a car this year.
 

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The Si is so much different equipment-wise than the ASpec Tech 6MT that I don't get why it's the "better car" for the money. It's hard to math it out, but the additional stuff on the Integra makes it worth the cost.

It also doesn't help that you really can't get a Civic Si in the real world for less than a fully loaded Integra, either. In my area it is a $10,000 markup on the Civic but our fully loaded Integra 6MT is coming to us for MSRP.
I'm in saying 11th Gen civic groups. People are out here paying $34k for 2022 Sports with the 2.0 CVT. When I suggested they look at Integras they attempted to roast me 😂
 

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I'm in saying 11th Gen civic groups. People are out here paying $34k for 2022 Sports with the 2.0 CVT. When I suggested they look at Integras they attempted to roast me 😂
this is exactly why I ended up getting an Integra. Civics are either marked up 5-6k CAD or I had to wait until fall for MSRP. At that point I may as well wait for the 2023 lineup.

Integras were sitting at the dealership for MSRP, perfect timing. No brainer for me.
 
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