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Old 25 Aug 2007, 01:48 pm
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Default Will any year of an Acura NSX fit into a 96 Acura Integra SE?

Will any year of an Acura NSX fit into a 96 Acura Integra SE?
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 01:54 pm
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if u talkin bout the engine then no bc its a rwd or awd no sure and the engine is mounted in the rear
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 02:00 pm
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you can't fit an engine thats BIGGER than the car you drive into it's engine bay...NSX's are rear wheel drive anyway...
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 02:04 pm
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I guess i dont understand. Why would you want to swap the engine out of an nsx and into an integra? And if your refering to the engine, then no, it wont fit without very heavy modification (like rebuilding the whole car).
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 02:08 pm
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If your talking about the engine, NO, no years will just fit into an Integra. If you are talking about all the other pieces from an NSX, I guess you could get it to fit ... but why would you.
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 02:10 pm
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The problem you are going to have is the size of the engine. It is a 3.2 liter engine and it will be to big for the Integra. As of the drivetrain concerns, with some modifications you can make it work since the NSX is an MR (mid engined and rear drive car). This means that it works like a fwd drive car, it hooks up like fwd cars do. I have an MR2 and it uses Toyota FWD engines in it. And the NSX basically has the 3.2L engine from the Acura TL, the difference is that the NSX engine is DOHC and produces more power while the TL engine is SOHC. So in theory it will work, but a lot of work is needed.
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 02:28 pm
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Sorry but that's never going to happen because the NSX's engine is in the back of the car meaning it's a MR, and a integra is a front wheel drive with front engine FF. It could happen if you had about $20,000 to get the engine converted.
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