[Biturbos4] Acura RL
b5quattro at shaw.ca
Fri Oct 22 20:31:46 EDT 2004
Agreed. In fact if it doesn't have a turbo(s) (or a supercharger) to begin with, it's very likely to be way less mod-able than engines with them. Also for the RL in particular, it's first and foremost mission is to be a luxury car, so I highly doubt there'll be much aftermarket support at all.
----- Original Message -----
From: ti at amb.org (Ti Kan)
Date: Thursday, October 21, 2004 4:59 pm
Subject: Re: [Biturbos4] Acura RL
> Aurangzeb M. Agha writes:
> > >What is it about the new S4 that you're not enamored by? It
> seems to be a
> > >logical upgrade to the S4 biturbo. I haven't yet driven one,
> but everyone
> > >is singing praises about the improved chassis and handling,
> braking, shift
> > >feel, and that lovely V8.
> > ...
> > I also have the impression (perhaps a false one) that this car
> won't be as
> > mod-able as my current S4. Which, BTW, I haven't modded yet,
> but I COULD
> > if I WANTED to. :-)
> The biturbo S4 and the 1.8T cars are some of the most mod-able cars
> around. It is quite true that the V8 S4 won't be as mod-able (at
> leastin relatively cost terms). However, what makes you think
> that the Acura RL
> (or any other new AWD contender out there) would even come close to
> the mod-ability of the biturbo S4?
> Ti Kan
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