First it’s Phoenix Yellow, which is the rarest colour for a DC2. And second, it’s an RX version, which means it was one of the very last DC2’s built.
For a start it’s light. Stripped bare. Everything about it is focused on making this car brilliant to drive. It weighs just over 1100kg, it’s got a limited slip diff between the front wheels, stiffer bodyshell, firmer suspension and fatter anti-roll bars than a standard Integra. You’ve also got slimmer glass and what feels like next to no sound proofing.
And then there’s the engine. What an engine! The contemporary Civic Type R, the EK9 used the 1600cc B16B, but the Teg got the bigger B18C.
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