Advantages How-to's, guides, reviews, Tuning tips and problem sovling for Honda CRX's.
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After being a member for 5 years of the truly great Honda CRX mk2 (not the fake mk3 which is called a Del Sol) I can happily say the Owner's club is a great place to be.The moderators are tough on text speak, but as a writer, that only appeals to me more.
The amount of information which is packed into the site is incredible. These long term members could definitely build a Honda CRX from scratch. From main relay faults, track rod ends failing, knocking rear suspension and leaking roof problems the cars sound like lots of things go wrong. They are however very very reliable. There are some which with Honda's famous B16 engine have been known to go well passed 250,000 miles. All they need is regular oil changes.For the time, 1989, the Vtec and the slightly earlier 16v version, are so ahead of their time in regards to creature comforts and styling. The wedge shape refuses to age and still outclasses any modern day hatch/coupe for looks. With power steering, electric mirrors and sunroof, 150bhp from a 1.6l and a heady 8200rpm rev limit, the CRX is one of the most memorable 1600s from the late 80's early 1990's. Shame the recession back then only amounted to a few thousand coming here, but Japan has stringent rules on old cars, so if you fancy your importing skills (or alternatively look for a reputable importer) get one from there.
Overall the Owner's Club is by far the first place you should go if you have a query or problem. Not Honda's main dealers. They are very expensive and like to bleed your bank account dry, and are definitely NOT as knowledgeable as the CRX Owner's Club.
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