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Old 13-11-11, 11:40 PM   #1
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Default Changing my 307! :D

It is now the time I change my car, I really love my 307, and the mods I did on the car.

H.I.D Kit
Sports stainless steel exhaust
Lexus Tail lights
19" BK299 alloys
KN typhoon induction kit
Tinted Windows all around!
Good JBL sound system!

So fair play, I have spent like 2K on mods, and sold the car for 1500! to a family member! (which I did not like)

Anyway, any suggestions on a new car?
I'm looking for Civic Type R FN2 or modified EP3
or Mazda RX8

P.S I'm looking for a sporty car!
Thanks for the help!
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Old 14-11-11, 04:03 PM   #2
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Out of the two... I would expect the Honda Type R to be a better bet than the RX8
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Old 14-11-11, 10:31 PM   #3
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RX8 got the look, but 16MPG will kill me lol
And Engine is so sensitive, and could end up many problems as it is rotary engine.

Type R got a VTEC engine which will not be a problem even tho it has 150K miles. Just need frequent service.

Still thinking tho,
Type R or Corsa VXR
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Old 17-11-11, 11:43 AM   #4
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Rotary engines aren't that bad. They give out more output that a normal cylinder engine. The only problem with them is that they need servicing more often as the tips of the triangle take a lot of abuse.

If it was me, I would be looking at the Hyundai Coupe. Would have had one of them if I didn't have my 307.
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Old 17-11-11, 12:29 PM   #5
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We had the hyundai coupe v6 really under powered and drinks the fuel tell you whats cheap and fast either the rover vitesse coupe i had on fast had it chipped well quick or the same engine in the rover 620 ti rapid car.

When i had the vitesse i had allsorts racing me as i travelled to northampton alot then had bmws behind pushing but when you go past 120 they drop off

The vitesse will become a classic not many about now .
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