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Old 06-06-2009, 03:21 AM   #1
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I would like to know what is the different btw civic FD1 and FD2?
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an FD1 is slower, and not as sporty as a FD2. If I recall FD2's are Type-Rs. FD1 has a smaller, less powerful engine, while the FD2 has a bigger engine, spoiler, different wheels, and different interior.

If you're looking to purchase one I would defiently look at both before making a decision.
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Here is what I found on Honda Tech
Geez man The only engines that are available in most of the world is the R18 and the K20. Now in europe, they also get the N series and the L Series Engines.

As with the Chassis, They are made for sale in Japan. FD1 is equipped with the R series engines and The FD2 is equipped with the K20. They are both sedans.
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