Skyline or civic


Asked by Oct 04, 2009 at 02:32 AM

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Looking to upgrade from my integra to either a 92 gts-t skyline, single turbo. Or just a 93+ civic with a b16a engine and use the money I save from the skyline to dress up the engine. Any help? Which do i choose?

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skyline. no question. i dont care if you have a million dollar civic against a five dollar skyline. id rather have the skyline. you see a civic about every 10 cars that drive by. how many skylines do you see?


ya dude i really like civics and i bet that 93 is fast with the b16 but i'd still say go with the skyline.


go with the skyline. civics are good, but way too common

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what do you live in canada you lucky bastard? hahaa i hate that we dont have the 15 year law here WE NEED SKYLINES IN THE STATES! Id go with the 1992 Nissan Skyline GTS-T for sure. its only got a 2.0 but who cares you can drop in either the RB25DET or the RB26DETT(which would be sick) The potiential factor on both is pretty obvious the skyline has way more the common civic with the 1.6 L! Im not nocking on Honda at all i love honda but the skylines is probably the best car to come out of japan all around other then maybe the NSX but thats a different beast.


lol canada is ftw eh. And yeah, im going with the skyline. I see a top end honda civic and a top end skyline. haha skyline by far, no matter if its a 4 door or not it was beautiful. Thanks guys


SKYLINE hands down !!!!! FRONT WHEEL DRIVE is for the WEAK !!!!!! You can't drift an integra !!!!!!!!!


u had better get the skyline, but more important if u do post pic of here!

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