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    Clubwrx are Rsx Haters

    I barely even see a wrx vs rsx thread here. wtf are they talking about?
    Last edited by TurnWRX; 01-17-2004 at 11:25 PM.

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    the guy that started that thread on CRSX, started this here
    Me vs. a WRX (i finally beat one!)

    and he thought people were flaming him


    so in the CRSX thread, i posted...

    i have read your thread on clubwrx.net that you made


    they didnt flame at all IMO

    these were probably the worst replies, which arent very bad at all



    "so you beat a WRX from a dig? thats pretty cool I guess..."

    "good race, but dont get to excited. Most stock wrx's will walk you from a dig. The highway is your wrx playground, you have a much better chance up top."

    "Nice work!

    A WRX will generally walk a RSX from a light. The RSX's only hope is rolling and the WRX better be near stock{IHMO}. I have a modded RSX Type S and it is a fun ride! I think the RSX 6 speed SHIFTER is far superior to the STi's. It is very short and snicky. I never miss a shift in the Acura. I imagine part of reason is that I usually have to shift twice as fast in the STi. "



    now those arent bad, are they?

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    Slow to understand, quick to judge. We WRX owners are stuck up nerds. Haha.
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    I agree, we are a bunch of egotistical nerds. Does that make him feel better that he drives a slow car?
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    Apparently, a number of them wouldn't know a WRX if it ran over them. That's okay though. They're in the same boat as me...I'm the only local STi and there's only one local RSX Type-S, and there might be one WRX. Oh well.

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    Theres always gonna be haters on both sites. I respect the
    RSX-s. Stock for stock the WRX is a little faster but you start to mod and things might be a little different. You add a turbo and Hondata to the RSX and you have at LEAST a mid 13 second car.
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    Originally posted by fastwrx135
    Theres always gonna be haters on both sites. I respect the
    RSX-s. Stock for stock the WRX is a little faster but you start to mod and things might be a little different. You add a turbo and Hondata to the RSX and you have at LEAST a mid 13 second car.
    I thought about a turbo for the RSX type S but it seemed expensive and a pain. You might as well buy an STi for the same price as a turbo'd RSX and gain the AWD {I did buy the STi after purchasing the RSX a year earlier}

    Then I gave the RSX to my wife{she loves it}. I just wish that I had not put the wheels, I, H, E and Hondata in the RSX before I realized that I was destined to get a Scooby. I could use that extra 5k on the STi now. The RSX is fun to drive but torque free.
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