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Old 05-12-2019, 11:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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New here. Thinking about buying another vr4. I bought a new one back in 1993 but I sold it years ago. I miss these cars
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Old 05-12-2019, 01:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Best time to own one IMO!
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Best time to own one IMO!
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Old 05-28-2019, 12:57 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Why do you say that?
The cars are still pretty cheap and its so easy to build a pump gas car these days. The formula is so established:

1)Evo or jester maf.
2)Chrome ECU
3)evo 560cc injectors
4)downpipe
5)Some 15G/DR650 class turbo
6)street clutch
7)60K and other maintenance, bearings if over 100K

You have a 450AWHP car that will run forever and tune like stock in an hour.

I wish I had stayed at that level because its just so set it and forget it on the tune. I think if someone was careful you could have a decent looking, stock driving, 450HP car for 10K. There are probably x,y,z options that are cheaper or better or whatever, but its still a great car for that.
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The cars are still pretty cheap and its so easy to build a pump gas car these days. The formula is so established:



1)Evo or jester maf.

2)Chrome ECU

3)evo 560cc injectors

4)downpipe

5)Some 15G/DR650 class turbo

6)street clutch

7)60K and other maintenance, bearings if over 100K



You have a 450AWHP car that will run forever and tune like stock in an hour.



I wish I had stayed at that level because its just so set it and forget it on the tune. I think if someone was careful you could have a decent looking, stock driving, 450HP car for 10K. There are probably x,y,z options that are cheaper or better or whatever, but its still a great car for that.


These cars can handle being daily driven at 450 whp?

I suppose in theory they can, but given the age of even the youngest of the 3s cars out there, I think itís easier said than done.

Couple that with the fact that swapping the turbos is difficult and time consuming... as are most modifications to this platform.

That formula is much easier/cheaper/reliable on a DSM or Evo 8 or 9

Having built a 500whp Evo 8, I think I still prefer my 3s. Itís so cool and satisfying to drive


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The Vr4 is the most affordable 90's JDM Supercar. And the best! lol
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These cars can handle being daily driven at 450 whp?

I suppose in theory they can, but given the age of even the youngest of the 3s cars out there, I think itís easier said than done.

Couple that with the fact that swapping the turbos is difficult and time consuming... as are most modifications to this platform.

That formula is much easier/cheaper/reliable on a DSM or Evo 8 or 9

Having built a 500whp Evo 8, I think I still prefer my 3s. Itís so cool and satisfying to drive


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Sure, that is a mild power level for them. I don't really find swapping turbos hard at all, in fact I find these engines really easy to work on.
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hi everyone
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Hi! I am new too and thinking of buying the same car
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