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ryno353 ryno353
New User | Posts: 15 | Joined: 08/06
Posted: 08/12/06
12:58 AM

I dont have this much money but I am wondering what some people think the best tuner car under $15,000 is.  

The_Scattareggia The_Scattareggia
User | Posts: 231 | Joined: 07/06
Posted: 08/13/06
08:35 PM

Hmm.  Like for a blend of most normal qualities probably the Civic, 240 and maybe if you get lucky a Supra.  Yeah I think that's right.  There are probably others that people will say but whatever.
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350zizzle 350zizzle
New User | Posts: 33 | Joined: 07/06
Posted: 08/13/06
08:50 PM

wow there is a huge difference between a civic and a 240 and a supra...... but he is forgetting the eclipse gs-t and gsx. u can get a lot of nice cars used for under 15000.  

The_Scattareggia The_Scattareggia
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Posted: 08/13/06
09:22 PM

I was giving him a variety of cars for whatever his interest suited.  Of course I could list off a page of cars under 15k but what would be the point.
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350zizzle 350zizzle
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Posted: 08/13/06
09:37 PM

he lives in illinois like me so i think a fwd car would be a better fit because im guessing its his 1st car  

The_Scattareggia The_Scattareggia
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Posted: 08/13/06
09:40 PM

Why didn't you just say that originally.  Ok but why would whatever state he lived in effect whether he should get a FWD or a RWD?
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350zizzle 350zizzle
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Posted: 08/13/06
09:44 PM

well buddy we live on earth. earth is planet with percipitation. one form of percipitation is snow. snow makes it harder to drive a rwd car then a fwd car. also all i did is looked under his name to know he live in illinois  

The_Scattareggia The_Scattareggia
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Posted: 08/13/06
09:57 PM

No, that's not what I was saying.  I could read that he was from Illinois.  I've just never been to Illinois so I wasn't sure what you were referring to.  We don't really have that problem in California.  The snow isn't a big problem.  Actually it doesn't exist in Cali.
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350zizzle 350zizzle
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Posted: 08/13/06
09:59 PM

well there  is snow in the mountains... iv seen it with my own 7 eyes. but yea cali is good  

The_Scattareggia The_Scattareggia
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Posted: 08/13/06
10:05 PM

Pretty bad for racing though, except for those few days where it gets really overcast.  It usaully doesn't carry over into the night, though, when most of the street racing takes place.  It's just cold so I guess that's better than hot and humid or snow so I shouldn't complain.
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ryno353 ryno353
New User | Posts: 15 | Joined: 08/06
Posted: 08/15/06
11:39 AM

im just looking for opinions, (keeping in mind i dont have this much money...yet) and i do really like the gsx. also, it didnt snow too much here last winter.  

The_Scattareggia The_Scattareggia
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Posted: 08/15/06
03:32 PM

Ok then just get a used mid '90s Civic or 240.  You should be good with those cars.  Good begginner tuning cars.
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350zizzle 350zizzle
New User | Posts: 33 | Joined: 07/06
Posted: 08/15/06
07:31 PM

where in IL r u, im n. IL.

also look into a GS-t before GSX, theres a few probs with gsx  

ryno353 ryno353
New User | Posts: 15 | Joined: 08/06
Posted: 08/15/06
07:38 PM

I dont really like civics too much and its hard for me to find a 240sx with good milage especially the 94-98 models.  

350zizzle 350zizzle
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Posted: 08/15/06
07:42 PM

gs-t for around 8500 good 1  

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