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Old 20 Oct 2013, 10:47 pm
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Default What is the difference in integras for type r,gsr, ls, and nornal?

Is it worth it to get a type r ? Or is it almost the same? I want it with a manual trans
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Old 20 Oct 2013, 11:01 pm
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A Type R Integra is the best you can get. A GSR closes the gap of performance but the Type R is the best. The engine is tuned and fitted with better parts for higher and faster revving, the tranny is built with a different gear ratio, the chassis is stiffer, the brakes are better and it turns faster. That's why some people fit their cars with Type R crankshafts. If you can buy a Type R, DO IT AND DONT LOOK BACK!
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Old 20 Oct 2013, 11:18 pm
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Type R > GSR > LS/GS > RS































RS is the lightest model of the integra. It has no sunroof and has no abs and something else.
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