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Old 03-08-2010, 10:18 PM   #1
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A 1995 Honda Civic SI 2 Door, What was it like?

Hi, My dad is planning on buying me a Honda Civic so on somedays ill take it to school instead of taking a brand new Tacoma to school to prevent it from getting scratched etc etc what those filthy teenagers to these days, when you had a Civic what was like? were people calling you out? or calling you a Ricer? Im curious because this car has a 3inch exhaust and 16inch rims with low profile tires and its lowered.. is this car considered a ricer? and yes, I do agree that taking this Civic to school is more reasonable than taking my Baby Tacoma, i'll use it as a "my sexier ride" ; )
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those are somewhat rare cars. if done right, they can look really good. but from what it sounds like, yes, that is a ricer.
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Hi, My dad is planning on buying me a Honda Civic so on somedays ill take it to school instead of taking a brand new Tacoma to school to prevent it from getting scratched etc etc what those filthy teenagers to these days, when you had a Civic what was like? were people calling you out? or calling you a Ricer? Im curious because this car has a 3inch exhaust and 16inch rims with low profile tires and its lowered.. is this car considered a ricer? and yes, I do agree that taking this Civic to school is more reasonable than taking my Baby Tacoma, i'll use it as a "my sexier ride" ; )
I had a stock 06 Civic that I sold and bought my Tacoma. I loved that car, I did get some jokes about driving it but I don't care. You make who you are your car doesn't. Sounds like it would be fun to drive, they corner well even without being lowered. I would still like to get a 98 or so hatchback. My parents never bought me a car so the fact they are buying you not one, but two is awesome!
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those are somewhat rare cars. if done right, they can look really good. but from what it sounds like, yes, that is a ricer.
lol, no stickers whatsover, also no bodykits, but yeah the 3inch exhaust is kinda giving me a heads up, it also has a CAI from K&N >.< fawwwk xD
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I had a stock 06 Civic that I sold and bought my Tacoma. I loved that car, I did get some jokes about driving it but I don't care. You make who you are your car doesn't. Sounds like it would be fun to drive, they corner well even without being lowered. I would still like to get a 98 or so hatchback. My parents never bought me a car so the fact they are buying you not one, but two is awesome!
Agreed, one for playing around, and the other is a beauty xD
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Sounds like it would be fun to drive, they corner well even without being lowered.
Ditto, Wife had a 94 Civic hatch. Not the fastest car in the universe, but for what's under the hood, it moved pretty good and cornered very very well. (My 91 corolla would roll like you had removed the sway bars)


Good cars with repuation for being bullet proof.
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i had a 95 civic 2 door ex. Threw a b16 in that, lowered, and it hauled pretty good. Also go 35 mpg
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