Project Integra - Let's Build A Race Car
The Acura Integra is a highly customizable, highly modifiable Japanese
import within the US market. This will become the official project car of
Engineering Explained! Let's have some fun, modify the car, and learn! Any
and all suggestions are welcome, if you can contribute to the project in
any way, please reach out! I will begin by testing out the parts I already
have. I'd like to work on the engine (rebuild, swap, turbo, cams, intake, Exhaust, etc.), suspension (coilovers already
installed, camber kit, bushings), wheels, brakes, tires, weight reduction
(body panels, hood, steering wheel, seats, battery), clutch/transmission
(flywheel, already have an aftermarket clutch), chassis reinforcement (roll
cage, strut tower brace, etc.), interior/exterior enhancements.
1999 Acura Integra - http://youtu.be/1B2ipplUmtk
Coilovers - http://youtu.be/xmr14nCivZA
Coilover Installation - http://youtu.be/VUHEymwb-tk
Coilover Test - http://youtu.be/O--wOeigRQ8
Strut Bars - http://youtu.be/-S6H7ZdzBfE
Strut Bar Install - http://youtu.be/RS5H-CMnM70
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The Turbo Integra Review-A Honda Done Right
The Honda-AKA the instant ricer, or is it? This is Chris Miller's Integra,
and I have to say it's the best Honda I've ever driven yet. Why do you ask?
The combination of everything-balance and anti-lag. This Integra is no
joke, and thank you for watching! Social stuff and store below!
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with a new setup. He recently went to the dyne with his turbo SFWD Civic to get some initial data. We'll
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[ENG CC] Honda VTEC Battle - Integra R, Civic R, S2000, Prelude S, Torneo at Ebisu 1999
miroshi's Integra Type R #1920 homepage: http://itr1920.blogspot.com/
JDM Honda VTEC cars racing in a battle at Ebisu.
Race starting grid:
1. Honda Torneo - Accord (Motoharu Kurosawa)
2. Honda Prelude Type S (Katsura Shinichi)
3. Honda Civic Type R EK9 (Hara Takihiko)
4. Honda Integra Type R DC2 (Kinoshita Takayuki)
5. Honda S2000 (Takuya Kurosawa)
The Turbo Integra that Could! (740hp)
This nasty little turbo Integra showed
up at the TX2K14 Roll Race event and took some cars by surprise! A 880hp
Corvette,750hp TT Audi R8, 900+hp Supra and didn't do too shabby against a
See what it's got under the hood in this feature!
Honda hillclimb - Prelude vs Integra TypeR & Civic
Three Honda aggressive driving hill climb with Prelude 2.2 VTEC BB1,
Integra Type R DC2 and Civic Sedan ED4 with overtakes.
Sorry for many audio cutoffs. Three persons were talking in the ITR camera
car. We put the music to cover the audio cutoffs, hope you will like it.
Hillclimb length: 11.1 km
1. Honda Prelude 2.2 VTEC BB1 Time: 9:23
2. Honda Integra Type R DC2 Time: 9:26
3. Honda Civic Sedan ED4 Time: 9:30
Watch this Prelude record run on the same hillclimb:
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Acura Integra & Honda Civic Rear Suspension Rebuild (Part 2) -EricTheCarGuy
Here is Part 2 of the Integra/Civic Rear Suspension Rebuild. This video
covers the replacement of the front and rear coil springs. It also has some
helpful tips on prepping for an alignment. If you do rear trailing arm
bushings on these vehicles it is highly recommended that you get an
alignment when you're done. If not, you could get some nasty tire wear.
This series of videos was actually shot back in 2004 or 2005, I'm not sure
which. That said, I believe it is the first repair video that I ever shot.
It's interesting to see how ETCG began. I hope you enjoy the video.
Lastly, they now make a special tool for removing these bushings that makes
things a LOT easier. Here's a link.
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Link to full version:
Link to Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPlsy_Iv5ss
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Replacing Honda Struts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ce5c6eUPW4s
Replacing Odyssey Struts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpSIv3mk98k
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Getting Ready for a Road Trip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0UTxrED-80
Replacing Honda Distributor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0gd3V9QLhw
How To Set Ignition Timing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGzxCCaxDjI
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