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Old 10-28-2007, 12:50 PM   #21
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sure the performance is there, and the plastics look good, but the freaking gauges kill all honda's for me, GIMMIE SOMETHING DIGITAL!! atleast make the trip meter digital hahah the cluster looks like something out of the 80's to me. But i guess their thinking is if its not broke dont fix it?
Im all for gimmics and electronics; but I can glance down at a gauge and not even focus on it to see where the needle is and get an idea. I like to keep that extra split second on the road
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