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Old 03-04-2011, 11:16 AM   #76
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The ITR in the DC2 chassis is the best handling front wheel drive car ever. Its not a matter of opinion but fact.
i have a dc5S and as much i hate admitting it yea the DC2 handles waaaaaay better
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Old 03-05-2011, 12:49 AM   #77
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I'd say dc2 if you're looking for better performance. Although I wouldn't mind a dc5 OR a dc2. I'd be happy with either! dc2's are pretty hard to find..well the decent/low milage/unmolested ones are hard to find.

Try searching some up on craigslist...there's barely any on sale =/
So whatever you decide on, dc2's gonna be harder to find.
dc5 is alot easier to find on craigslist.
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Old 03-05-2011, 01:12 AM   #78
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no complaints. I bought a 98 RS with low mileage but that had a few accidents and a cracked bumper yet still had absolutely no issues after a year of ownership. it's been reliable as hell.

it's also very fun to drive, esp when lowered. It's affordable, yet nice looking, so you can drive it around, soupe it up and enjoy it all you want, without getting too scared to touch it or attached. Feels like a toy car, since it's small, not too tall and lowered - very fun to drive around in, but also reliable and good looking.

another thing that has unexpectadly impressed me is the crazy trunk space. I flipped my back seats down and easily fit and transported a 50" plasma in the back. Did the same when i bought my 16" rims from the states. Very very roomy trunk space. If you want to drive people in the back though, the RSX is much roomier, although both cars are cramped. I think of the integra as a two seater with 4 seats lol
exactly ! I own a 97 DC
the trunk space is amazingly HUGE
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How about ITR vs RSX-S, shouldn't that be thread title?
too few ITRs out there to compare to RSX-s

besides, theyre targeted at different buyers. RSX-S is more of a gentlemans sports car, while ITRs are more of a weekend track warrior car for the street.
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Old 03-05-2011, 09:33 AM   #80
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Old 03-06-2011, 03:34 PM   #81
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too few ITRs out there to compare to RSX-s

besides, theyre targeted at different buyers. RSX-S is more of a gentlemans sports car, while ITRs are more of a weekend track warrior car for the street.

I always thought the rsx is a chick car. I see a bunch hello kittied out everywhere. The ITR is the gentlemens car.
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Old 03-12-2011, 07:39 PM   #82
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Old 04-12-2011, 06:54 PM   #83
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rsx is more suited for dd. More modern and just a newer and advanced car in general. I've owned an rsx but i'm currently driving a dc2 right now. I prefer how low it sits and overall its a more exciting driving experience for me. Parts are cheap and easy to find too.
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Old 04-12-2011, 07:55 PM   #84
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Sat/driven/ripped/bagged in many rsx type s, and i have owned a dc2 in the past and I gotta say the rsx is very disappointing. In the dc2 like the above said, you sit low turns feel tight and overall a fun tight nimble car. In the rsx i don't feel like it has the fun factor it's kind of boring and bumpy...

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