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703 from 1916
Honda Integra 1994 - 2001
Honda Integra, 1994 - 2001
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The Honda Integra is a sporty front-wheel drive car built with a coupe and sedan body. In the Honda range, Integra stands above small Honda cars such as the Honda Civic, Honda City and Honda Logo. This generation model had an unusual four round headlights, but a model with traditional continuous headlights was later introduced to the JDM market, as the four-lamp Integra was not very popular. The most powerful cult version of the Type-R was produced with an excellent 1.8-liter DOHC VTEC engine with 190 hp at 7900 rpm and 178 Nm of torque at 7300 rpm. The car was able to reach 100 km / h in 6.2 seconds. And this is a turbine-free engine. However, this engine lacked a bit of power at low revs, so you need to spin really high revs to show everything you can. The Type-R version had a number of changes starting with the suspension and ending with the interior, which was made as light as possible - the air conditioning and soundproofing material was removed, the seats were replaced with lighter Recaro. The car became much noisier, but the owners of this model cared the least about it. Most preferred VTEC engines, but non-VTEC engines were popular among true Honda enthusiasts. Non-VTEC engines such as the B18B1 or B18A1 are 1.8-liter and are particularly popular for mounting turbines on them because these units have a lower degree of compression.
The most powerful version of the Type-R was produced with an excellent 1.8-liter DOHC VTEC engine with 190 hp at 7900 rpm and 178 Nm of torque at 7300 rpm. The car was able to reach 100 km / h in 6.2 seconds. At one time, it was one of the most horsepower-displacing atmospheric engines in the world.
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