my integra ls/vtec
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Karina driving my acura integra ls/vtec in mexico
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head: type r
My B18 Type R VTEC Classic Mini
The engine is a B18c6 from a Honda Integra, 197hp.
Subframe is a Watsons kit. Was fitted by Watsons Rally UK.
Recorded with a GoPro Hero HD.
Before video with the old 1380cc engine...
Integra Type R - the legendary R
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There is no doubt that the DC2 Integra Type R is an icon, a legend that
defined a new sports car era in the 90'. One of the first series of type
R's ever made. Uncompromised, raw, pure driving experience. The best proof
of reliable and precise Honda engineering.
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Integra Type R #1920 stuff:
JDM Integra Type R and other JDM goodness:
Official JDM Honda Integra Type R DC2 specs:
Soundtrack provided by SafeTRACKS.
Dabin - Silhouette [CHILL]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j37fM7qGUyM
Honda Integra Type R vtec power on the road!!!
Honda Integra Type R vtec power on the road!!! Honda Type R models are
special performance editions of their respective model families.
The design of Type R models was originally focused on race conditions, with
an emphasis on minimizing weight, and maximizing performance potential
(e.g. engine tuning, suspension set-up). Thus, Type R models were first
conceived for racetracks. However, due to Honda's increased focus on their
highly regarded VTEC engines, the Type R was eventually designed for a much
Type R vehicles traditionally have a red Honda badge and Championship White
paint as an option, as a tribute to their first winning F1 car. Honda's
racing and F1 cars often feature a red Honda badge.
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The DC2 Type R came standard with a 200 PS (figure may vary in different
countries, 195 hp USDM) 1.8-litre DOHC VTEC engine, known as the B18C5 (US)
or B18CR (Japan), and other versions depending on the country where it was
sold. Equipped with a close ratio 5-speed manual transmission and a Helical
LSD, the DC2 Integra Type R had significantly improved performance and
handling relative to the base model GS-R\Si\SiR Integra. Type R had the
minor change long headlights that remained only for the JDM models while
the world market version had the pre-facelift double round lights.
In 1995, Honda introduced their first Integra Type R to the Japanese
The world market ITR feature virtually the same power train and engine
controls as the JDM 1996 ITR. Noted differences in the Exhaust manifold with the JDM ITR manifold
(identical to JDM GS-R being the largest), UKDM ITR has the smallest with a
unique 4 to 2 twin wall tube manifold. World ITR have a 2" ID cat, JDM ITR
has a "2.5" OD cat, all ITR have 2 and 1/4 Exhaust systems with 2.0" chock points. JDM ITR
+100 RPM fuel cut to 8500 RPM. USDM ITR has a .4 reduction in CR to 10.6:1.
Quarter-mile times for USDM ITR best test: 14.5@96 mph (sports compact car
2000). Most test show the ITR to be in the high 14s at 94 mph. JDM ITR 1996
and 1998 are identical for base model ITR at 14.2@98 mph in the 400 meter
(unknown roll-out, speed estimated).
1998 JDM ITR have a 4 to 1 twin wall header. 1998 JDM and AuDM ITR feature
a different gear (4.7) and fifth gear ratio, yielding near the same overall
final gear ratio but much steeper 1 to 4th gear ratios for better take-off
and response. All ITR 1998+ have a slightly larger intake cam.
The base model went through extensive changes, including a strengthened
chassis with extra spot welds and thicker metal around the rear shock
towers and lower subframe, weight reduction (reduced sound insulation, 10%
thinner windscreen, no sunroof, lighter wheels), more power, stratospheric
8400 RPM red line, hand built engine featuring hand-polished and ported
intake ports, high compression pistons with low friction coating, undercut
valves and revised intake and Exhaust
systems, and suspension upgrades. The result was a capable[clarification
needed] sports coupe which was acclaimed by motoring journalists worldwide