92 acura integra

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My 1994 Acura Integra LS B18B1 Non VTEC
Bought a daily driver for going to work and back. I just want to put less miles on my Civic Si. I do not have to put 91 octane gas in this car and can still get 35MPG. Very clean car for it's age. This car does not have VTEC though :*( Parts are really cheap for this car. turbo kits goes for less than a thousand dollars. Can run 13's with a good turbo setup. Stock this car will run like 16's at the quarter mile. The only mod on the car is a DC Sports short ram intake and a Greddy catback. I replaced the stock clutch with an Exedy Stage 1 kit. Kept the stock flywheel and resurfaced it. Changed the motor oil. Changed the transmission oil. Replaced the hatch struts because they were blown. Flushed the clutch fluid.





Loud & Low Acura Integra DC4 turbo 15 lbs boost launching
Integra running around 15 pounds of Boost. No numbers as of now because it has never seen a Dyno. Car is for sale, its a really good deal for what it is.





GT-R vs Turbo Acura Integra Drag Race
visit http://import2race.com Nissan GT-R vs turbo Acura Integra Drag Race





Car Weight Removal - Acura Integra - Stage 1
Weight removal from a car. Weight reduction of a 1999 Acura Integra GS. I've classified it as stage 1 as these are fairly simple items to remove and also reinstall. Minimal tools needed, and minimal time. Items removed, and weight: Owner's Manual - 2.0 lbs Floor Mats - 10.6 lbs Hatch Cover - 6.4 lbs Wood Floor Cover - 5.4 lbs Rear Tire - 23 lbs Front Speakers and Tweeters - 2.2 lbs Trunk Carpet - 4.8 lbs Rear Seats - 28.8 lbs --- --- --- Water - 0.6 lbs (leaks in) Coolant - 2.2 lbs (forgot to remove for testing) --- --- --- --- --- --- Total - 86 lbs 83.8 lbs removed from my car 83.2 lbs possible on any Integra (excludes water and coolant from above) Related Videos Project Integra - http://youtu.be/jCfb-IUK2qQ Weight Removal (Math) - http://youtu.be/M0I5d8Z41N0 Please feel free to rate, comment, and subscribe! And don't forget to check out my Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/engineeringexplained Also check out my official website: Make suggestions, learn through logically ordered lessons, read FAQs, and plan your future! http://www.howdoesacarwork.com Now on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/jasonfenske13 NEW VIDEO EVERY WEDNESDAY!




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