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Old 03-23-2003, 05:53 PM   #21
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How much power does the colored Honda badge add? Or putting on an upside down Acura badge?
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What'* next, every third Bonneville will be a "Type R"?
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Old 03-23-2003, 09:26 PM   #23
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How much power does the colored Honda badge add? Or putting on an upside down Acura badge?
Colored Honda badge is worth 15 RP and the upside down Acura badge is worth 20 RP (on their respective brand of cars of corse). however, an upside down Colored Acura badge is the holy grail of ricers it is worth 45 RP on an Acura and 75 RP on a Honda

Rice Power (RP) is a measure of how ricey (spelling) a car is
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Old 03-23-2003, 09:34 PM   #24
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HEY!!!!!!!! DO NOT KNOCK Type R STICKERS UNTILL YOU KNOW WHAT THEY MEAN!!!!!!!!!!! Most often they mean the teenager driving it has a small dick and needs to be seen as "cool" in front of his friends..., a real Type R (like my 98 Spec MSY Bluebyrd) is a rare thing and is NOT repeat NOT to be messed with... based on this you should now begin to knock every Type R you see (except mine)
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Hey now...only Drifters Bonneville is Type R...no Altezzas tho on his
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I must confess that I once handled a "Type R" Integra with my 94 SSEi at the track, mind you I will admit that it was quite close and I think if we went another 100 yards he probably would have went rollin on by, a .506 light helped and I'm not 100% sure the guy knew how to drive it all that well.......but beatin him with my big white load felt good!
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I'm not 100% sure the guy knew how to drive it all that well.......but beatin him with my big white load felt good!


I guess so...ROFL, man; that works on so many levels...hahaah :P
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I must confess that I once handled a "Type R" Integra with my 94 SSEi at the track, mind you I will admit that it was quite close and I think if we went another 100 yards he probably would have went rollin on by, a .506 light helped and I'm not 100% sure the guy knew how to drive it all that well.......but beatin him with my big white load felt good!
the Integra Type R, the real deal, has an engine that puts out 195 [email protected] RPM and 130 [email protected] RPM needless to say it isn't all that impressive...
side note: weight is 2577 lbs.
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HaHaHa.. thanks 89.. yes... don't diss my Type R bonnie... hahaha.. it gives me powa..you make fun of me?? I carrwl Weewiam and his fwend Akira and he karate your *** with hamster type Ah Left handed nun chucks.. hahaha i dial fwe fwe fwe fou fie fie fou..hahaha.. it'* an inside jokes for some that knows..
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where in tha hell do u guys get this sh** from I only started this forum to see what u though about it, now ur on some otha sh** boh, boh, boh, only at tha B-ville club, only at the B-ville club. I simply said will this work for our cars!not "oh this is very super cool dood im going to do this with my car also" no Mista neva said that! do some of u even bother reading the forum before jumping to conclusions huh?



It'* Mista what the hell is a brotha to do with u all!
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