Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Honda' started by kimae, Jul 27, 2009.
thanks dudes for your answers.
CL9 is hard to find.. anyone know where to get one?
special orderlah bro
or get a CM2 TypeS. Sporto Wagong.
But wait, the RB1 Absolute packs the same punch as a CM2.
No budget to special order lar, that's why looking for pre-used one mar.
You mean RB1 = CM2? Wa-ka-ri-ma-sen ler..
RB1 Absolute has the same 200PS K24a as the CM2 TypeS
here at subang jaya got one......but maybe available on 2011 onwards only....hehehehe
juz kiddin la bro....me still enjoy the driving pleasure...
Maybe we can TT one day... I stay at USJ... u? Which part of subang Jaya?
Maybe u could joined TT amongst CL7 fellas sometimes, I'd always join them...very nice group. Who knows u will fall in love with CL7. As for me, very satisfied with the CL9 so far since mostly drive in the city...u know all the traffic stuff, auto tranny become an advantage. But when it comes to 'rempit' session during TT with other R'ss....hrmmm, really exhausted la to catch up .
In fact, most of the time your CL9 always on the lead during rempit-ting!! hehehehe
hahahaha...aja, on the lead la sangat....:rolleyes:
eh seriously true....fast and furious CL9..hehee
helmi....aku dah bukak cut-off, hang bile lagi??:proud:
for the time being no plan to remove the speed cut ler....very seldom cruising >180 kph.but if kena smoked time then menyesal la...hehe.i even have extra speed cut sitting on my front passenger seat...hehehe
i'm just come back from 1 week holidays....went back to my hometown Kelantan. Got unlucky on d way back to KL yesterday, my front windscreen hit by a stone from nowhere...hit at bottom parts so can't be saved....one line crack from bottom to middle area.
Since the windscreen got few accessories attached to it i.e rain sensor, anybody here got experiences where is the best place to fix the windscreen???? And the damage it will cost me please? :rolleyes:
CL9 is a Honda machine that all the Honda's fans must own once in your life. The design, the power, the ride, and the respect .... superb!
ha ha really? what about CL7R?
Seriously, the CL9 is very nice to drive, I drove it before, actually CL9 is call Acura TSX in the North America. TSX is one of the popular JDM car in the USA, they have 6 speeds manual and also Automatic transmission version. What you need to do is Hondata your CL9, the reflash makes huge different to the CL9, is totally a different car. 0-60mph drop from 9sec to 7.7sec with just a drop in K&N filter, especially the rpm range between 3,000 - 7,800rpm ( before reflash the rev limit is 7,200rpm ). You will be able to feel the actual power from the K24A engine. If you hv budget, try to get the PLM extractor and injen cold air intake. You should be able to get 7sec or high 6sec time. From 80km/h to 180km/h is super fast, cause the CL9 gear ratio is too long, you can reach 180km/h in 3rd gear ( 5 speeds automatic model ). The Hondata CL9 will shame a lot of bimmer and some lousy driver Golf GTi.
CL7R is to compare with DC5R and FD2R.... but among the "R" DNA, I think the FD2R is the best ( Except the Super Car NSX-R ).
However, I love CL7R as well, love it very much, only reason i can't hv it is because CL7R is manual trans, my wife can't drive manual car
Still active this thread?