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Old 05-03-2006, 12:59 AM
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Which would you pick?

I have a 1988 two door Accord
a 1996 Civic 2 door
and a 1986 CRX
If you were going for SPL which one would you pick and WHY?

Are there any stipulations on the CRX?
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Old 05-03-2006, 01:22 AM
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Thats a tough one, what class do you want to compete in?
I know for cars in north america in the street class 2nd generation crx's are your best bet for SPL, but I don't know how 1st gen crx's compare to their newer versions and also your other cars.
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Old 05-03-2006, 06:58 AM
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Originally Posted by mmoottoorrmmoouutthh
I have a 1988 two door Accord
a 1996 Civic 2 door
and a 1986 CRX
If you were going for SPL which one would you pick and WHY?

Are there any stipulations on the CRX?
CRX... hands down... end of discussion.

Some orgs have stipulations about the CRX, but I don't believe any of them are in Canada yet. (ie; MECA)

The two biggest orgs in Canada are dbDrags ad IDBL and neither have any restrictions on CRX's at all.
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Old 05-03-2006, 09:27 AM
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I watched Bubba gain 6++++ db by changing his box from the Saturn to the CRX.Yes two different vehicles but huge gains!
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Old 05-03-2006, 10:00 AM
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none of those.....but then again im an ultimate kinda guy. id pick a vehicle with alot of space for batteries and alot of space for amps.....possibly one that is longer and a 4 door vehicle. at first a 4 door firefly station wagen but then i realized that another vehicle is more proper.....


and if you were talking about stock....crx. cause i like to go with the flow.....lol
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i would probalby go for the crx cause its easier to drive with the weight your going to put in side the trunk

if u wall i would definatly get the other ride
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Old 05-03-2006, 01:46 PM
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So what class would 2 - 12's and 300 w rms put a gal if it was in a CRX for ( SPL)
DB drag
USACi
Isaca
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who cares about SPL these days? lol
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hahahah. well only the thousands of guys that compete in it and the multitude of shops that host shows....and the plethora of manufacturers that display at shows.....yeah i guess no one.....lol
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i would get an 1988 crx not the 86 you have so do the other car
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