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Is the Type S the Difference Here?

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Old 02-14-2009, 10:26 PM
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Would someone be so kind as to break-this-down (*please see below) for me (?) … I pulled these numbers off a ‘used/for sale” site.
Is the “Type S” the difference here? And, do any of the Types S come (from Acura) with the automatic?
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RSX (a</font>) Specifications
Automatic - 2.0L - EPA mileage 25/34 - 139 [email protected] - 155 [email protected]
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RSX (b</font>) Specifications
Manual 6 Speed - 2.0L - EPA mileage 23/31 - 140 [email protected] - 201 [email protected]

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Old 02-15-2009, 12:23 AM
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Type S's only came in a 6 speed manual with 201hp

base model RSX's came with a 5 speed manual and an auto. with 155hp


is that what you are asking?

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Old 02-15-2009, 12:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Greenbling

Type S's only came in a 6 speed manual with 201hp

base model RSX's came with a 5 speed manual and an auto. with 155hp


is that what you are asking?
Yes! That's it, exactly. Thanks!
 
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