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Old 26 Jun 2013, 08:17 am
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Default What can you tell me about this Acura Integra?

Can you give me some details on the engine? 0-60 times? Anything you can tell me that isn't told there. I mostly want to know what kind of an engine it has and what power it's putting out. I know they came with different versions so I'm not sure if this one is only putting out 140 hp or if it has the vtec engine. Also what would you do to make it faster? Would you recommend this specific car? How does it look to you? Thanks!































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Old 26 Jun 2013, 08:31 am
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I can tell you it's been repainted...but other than that, no one can tell you anything about this car. WE don't own it and can't see it. You'll have to research that for yourself.















WE don't know if the engine or tranny has been replaced, we don't know who's driven it and we don't really know the mileage, cause anyone can say anything in an ad, but that doesn't make it true.















It could have been in an accident...could be salvage titled...
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Old 26 Jun 2013, 08:50 am
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A hydrogen cell is quite easy and a big boost when correct. Do some research.
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Old 26 Jun 2013, 09:02 am
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You sound like you want to make a honda fast.















Well you're going to have a bad time.































140hp integra is a Honda B18B non-vtec motor, the 170hp GSR version is a Honda B18C with Vtec. The Type-R (Really expensive) was a very light handling-oriented version of the integra. The GSR is plenty fast for the gas mileage it gets(20/30 city/highway), but it only can use premium gas. If you feel the need to make your Honda faster you can add an intake, headers, exhaust, and all those easy bolt-on mods for a tiny power increase (maybe 10hp max). I highly recommend the integra GSR if you can find one; Honda builds quality cars that will last a long time, but don't expect to be beating corvettes with your little 1.8L I4. (The Acura integra is a Honda in the USDM market, so yes you will be driving a honda)































as for 0-60 times















Non-vtec: 0-60 in 7.8 seconds, quarter mile in 15.9 seconds.















Vtec/GSR: 0-60 in 7.2 seconds, quarter mile in 15.4 seconds.































These cars aren't designed for speed, 16 seconds is average, integras like turns not straights.































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