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Total Votes 33
Average Score 5.42
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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=17693
Submitted by: ginsu417
Comments: 29  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 1  (View)
Submitted on: 01-22-2003
View Stats Category: Car
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#21
1-22-2003 @ 12:31:40 PM
Posted By : ginsu417 Reply | Edit | Del
#13 - I'll never understand it myself. But it probably has a little to do with the ass-pressed-into-the-seat factor when it is running (which is about 75% of the time depending on how you treat it). Some kids want toys for christmas, some ask for legos and build thier own. hehehe

#22
1-22-2003 @ 12:31:57 PM
Posted By : Kakoriat Reply | Edit | Del
#18, That makes sense. But understand I can't buy another car for a daily driver, and I don't want to give up my Talon.

#23
1-22-2003 @ 12:34:14 PM
Posted By : Kakoriat Reply | Edit | Del
#20, Reliable enough for me. I love to work on the thing anyways.

#24
1-22-2003 @ 12:35:52 PM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
#22, That's your money pit to choose.

#25
1-22-2003 @ 12:36:27 PM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
HAHA...anyone ever see the movie "The Money Pit"? Funny...

#26
1-22-2003 @ 12:37:46 PM
Posted By : Kakoriat Reply | Edit | Del
#24, ??

#27
1-22-2003 @ 12:39:04 PM
Posted By : murdoc Reply | Edit | Del
My '93 has been 100% reliable so far. Granted, it's the nonturbo, so there's a lot less to go wrong.

#28
1-22-2003 @ 12:42:41 PM
Posted By : ginsu417 Reply | Edit | Del
#23 - That motor loves to be worked on too. It's mutual. We DSMers like the abuse. hehehehe But my 1.8 is 10 times more reliable than the 2.0 motor, even after I put in the turbo setup. Why oh why did the most powerful engine have to be the most flakey? LOL But parts are cheap, and readily available. That's part of the reason I like working on them. That, and the fact that all you need is a set of metric wrenches and deep sockets to tear the whole thing down and put it back together again. :)

#29
1-22-2003 @ 12:43:14 PM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
#26, That means it's something that will keep taking your money over and over and over and over...

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