>buy 2,000$ honda civic
>buy aftermarket intake, filter, plugs, ECU, radiator, exhaust, rims and tires for another 2,000$
>a whopping 25 extra HP.
>still basically a family car
>decent impreza or supra for the same money
>still can't read
I didn't buy any aftermarket shit. That was the entire point of the OP retard.
Sure, if you still get excited about flooring it between two red lights go ahead. It's still a turbo charged shopping cart, and your used 400$ turbo will last maybe a year
Sure, but at least I'm not buttmad about fwd. It is what it actually is. Your opinion and idea of what it is is irrelevant.
I have a sc400 now but I miss my Prelude. If I lived in a state that wasn't so communist I would have turbocharged it myself. Extremely easy to work on + huge aftermarket and forums feel of Honda geeks.
gutless unless turbocharged
non turbo model is Prelude tier
>I'm not buttmad about fwd.
I haven't even mentioned that.
>Your opinion and idea of what it is is irrelevant.
It's not my opinion. The civic with aftermarket strapped to it will always be slower than an Impreza for the same price. That's just how it is. And even if you're one of the teenagers who "still get excited about flooring it between two red lights" it's not a good Idea. Then you can just get an old rusty v8 and get 450 HP easy for the same price
>huge aftermarket and forums feel of Honda geeks
Weird that you bring it up since Supra tuning is even bigger than Honda.
The only reason FWD is even a thing is because women and "men" need a car that's easier to drive.
RWD is cheaper, more reliable, more even tire wear, easier to repair and handles better. It only really started making sense in the last 10 years when engines got so small you could easily fit them and the box sideways
How is this or
This not worse than a civic? The civic at least has enough space to haul stuff and if you find one with the b16 you'd beat every stock NA supra with bolt ons.