Acura RSX Experts

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Acura RSX Questions

Mauri Quintana Zamora

I Want To Use My Car As A Trade In Down Payment How Much Would My Car Be Wo...

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Bailey Mourning

Blower Motor Or Resistor Or Transistor?

I have a 2002 Acura RSX and the only time I'm getting any air on at all is when I'm going 60 mph or over. I guess my question is, how do I find out if it's the resistor or the blower motor itself or i...

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What Is Good Exhaust System To Put On A Acura Rsx-types

My Cadillac converter is out on my Acura. I planned on putting a new exhaust on it anyways, but now I don't know what to put on that's not going to brake my bank, but is going to sound nice and deep...

829 views with 6 answers (last answer about a month ago)
Mark Chen

What's Your Goal With Your Rsx?

For those who modified or plan to modify your RSX, do you have a plan or vision of what you want the car to be? Track car? Show car? Personally I'm going for a car that feels good to drive but isn't n...

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How Many Miles Do A Acura Rsx Type-s Engine Last For Besides The Usual Tun...

How many miles can a Acura Rsx Type - S can take?

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About the Acura RSX

The RSX was Acura's short-lived replacement for its popular Integra.  First produced in 2002, the RSX was available in two trims: the standard two-door hatchback and the sportier Type S.  

The Acura RSX was based on the Honda Civic platform, and comparisons to its less-expensive cousin dogged the RSX throughout its existence.  Many said they felt they got more car for their dollars on the Civic, while the RSX owners tended to take the opposite argument.

The engine for the RSX was a 2.0-liter I4 throughout its lifetime with horsepower hovering between 150-160 for the standard trim and 200-210 for the Type S.  Torque remained at 141 lb-ft for the standard and at 143 lb-ft for the Type S.

The standard trim was offered as both a 5-speed automatic and a 5-speed manual, while the Type S was available only as a 6-speed manual.  The last RSX was produced in 2006 as Acura made the TSX its entry-level coupe.