Honda Integra Type R DC5
Honda Integra Type R DC5
220bhp 2.0 litre 4 cylinder DOHC i-VTEC
I chat with the owner about this car.
Nurburgring Lap 9:07 - Honda Integra DC5 Type R
9 minute 7 second Bridge to Gantry lap of the Nurburgring in a Honda
Integra DC5 Type R
Tanabe Concept G Exhaust
70mm Throttle Body
Port Matched RBC Inlet
Hondata K100 mapped by TDI North
SUPERCHARGED - Honda Integra DC5
Mase has a reputation amongst the Honda tuning community for making magic
happen with kseries engines.
When I heard that he was over in the UK tuning at Surrey Rolling Road I
decided to tag along and see what all the fuss was about. I met up with
Stoo from the itr-dc5 owners club. Stoo has recently supercharged his DC5
and was getting Mase to remap the ecu to suit the new modifications.
Stoo's DC5, current spec:
Gruppe M, SFS Induction hose
Jackson Racing Supercharger
Race 3.4" pulley
Comptech Auto Tensioner
RC 650cc injectors
Hondata K-Pro (MASE tuned)
Buddy Club 4-2-1 Manifold
Trust Ti-C Exhaust system
Skunk2 Magnetic Drain Plugs
Spoon Sports Reservoir Covers
SFS Coolant hoses
Type R battery tie down
Competition Clutches stage 1 clutch
Buddyclub short shifter
BC Racing Coilovers with Adjustable Top Mounts
J's Racing Upper Front Strut Brace
SPC Rear Camber Arms
Innovative 75A Steel Engine Mounts
7.5x17" ET43 Rays Gram Lights 57 Optimise Time Attack
215/45/17 Bridgestone Potenza RE040
Ings+1 Front Lip
Front plate hole smoothed
Red-out rear lights
Philips UltraBlue 6000K Xenon HIDs
Bride lower seat rails
Stripped out rear interior
TRS magnum 3" harnesses
Kenwood DDX-5022 Head Unit
Kenwood KCA iP301V iPod lead
The base figure at the beginning of the day was 215whp and at the end of
the day the car left with a very healthy 284whp.
Next on the list was a road test then the all important passenger ride...
All I can say is wow!
Check out the video to see the results ;)
RSX runs down Porsche Turbo, M3 at Firebird Raceway West
I disabled comments because so many of them were idiotic. OF COURSE the turbo is a faster car. So take the point of this to
be: a track beginner is generally slow in ANY car. Most people who have
never been on a real race track have no idea how slow they are going to be.
Look at him pull me on the straight. Look how I get it all back in the
next brake zone. RSX has Hondata reflash, sway, brake upgrades, Kumho MXs
and more. A Mustang from
the Bondurant school gets wedged in for a while too. I don't really get
going until I get past the Porsche and the Mustang at the 2:40 minute mark.