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Old 26 Jun 2013, 12:46 am
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Default Can a Acura integra beat a Nissan skyline R32? Plz help.?

Hey, I have a 1995 acura integra with JDM front end. I was wondering if a acura integra can beat a Nissan skyline R32. If so, what modifications would I need. (List the things I would need). Want to make a project car and smoke my friends skyline.
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Old 26 Jun 2013, 01:01 am
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your JDM front bumper does absolutely nothing for performance, it would be a hell of a lot more useful if you listed the specific version of your Integra. i have an old GS-R which had about 170hp stock, but all the other versions(minus the Type R) only made about 140hp. my car is decently quick but an R32 GT-R had about 100hp more than the B18 in the GS-R, 130hp more than a standard Integra. it weighs a bit more, but the AWD factor would help considerably on launch.

PS: you don't have to pretend that your friend owns a Skyline. i see kids like you bullshitting on here all the time, you're not fooling anyone. those cars are being seized left and right across the country and most insurance companies can't even cover them since they're not USDM cars.
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Old 26 Jun 2013, 01:16 am
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you have a nice car mate.Extra info would help also like which R32 your friend has as it could be an RB20de

to an RB20DET to an RB26DETT and even more engines that are in the R32 mixed with RWD and AWD setups so really this info would help with an answers as it would give a guide to what bhp we are starting off with also what power is the Skyline running at ie mods to that engine.

Add this and people can edit extra info.
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Old 26 Jun 2013, 01:32 am
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someone from the crew im in has a civic hatch that beat skylines all day on the 1/4

you would need ALOT of money

things i would personally recommend but you know everyone has a diff opinion

K20a2 or K20z3 swap

forged internals (pistons, rods, etc)

build your head a little (valvetrain components: Springs, retainers, pushrods, valves, etc)

some good brand sleeves that are not bored over too much because you should boost your car, bore the cylinders in your cylinder head [combustion chamber] to lower compression), maybe silghtly thicker head gasket.

might want an aftermarket oil pump, if not then the type S oil pump would be nice.

a nice ramhead turbo manifold, a decent size turbo

i could honestly go on all dy but it would take too long

lighten your car, strip it and etc

stiff suspension, i would recommend stiffer in back and softer in front to keep your front wheels on the ground during launch

do not go half ass on a tune, spend that money because a good tune willd o it for you
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Old 26 Jun 2013, 01:48 am
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Buy a JATO unit. You'll be the fastest thing around. But only once.
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Old 26 Jun 2013, 02:01 am
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The amount of money you are going to pour into make your integra come even close to consistently beating the skyline is several times more than the car is worth. They compete at two very different levels and a modded skyline can hang with the big V8 crowd vs an integra that can barely hang against modern 4 cyinders. How do I know - I used to drive a 2001 Integra and it was SLOW... If you are determined to spend a lot of $$ and do an engine swap and handling mods to go with it, you might as well buy a faster car to begin with. Just doesn't make sense to throw 3 to 5000 dollars on a 1500 dollar car in the hope of catching an obsolete nissan, no? Maybe buy a mid 90's Q45 for a few hundred dollars and make our friend play catch-up
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Old 26 Jun 2013, 02:20 am
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99.9% of all skylines are 4 cylinder family sedans and taxi cabs. Kind of like the Integra. Only the rare few are the turbo 6 cylinder GT-Rs, and even those aren't fast. 14 second cars in 1/4 mile, slower than a 90s mustang Cobra. Just go buy a 96-98 cobra instead of wasting money on an Integra and you'll have a better chassis, better engine, better overall car than either the Skyline or the Integra.
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Old 26 Jun 2013, 02:36 am
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@ your car is slow

He's from Canada bud.

As for mods, do a 2jz swap in your integra and do a rwd swap as well
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