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Old 03 Feb 2008, 02:16 pm
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Default How many liters and and horsepower does a 1994 integra gs have?

How many liters and and horsepower does a 1994 integra gs have?
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Old 03 Feb 2008, 02:31 pm
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"1.7 L around 140 hpIt might be different, but if you look under the hood, it'll say b17a, or b18a, the 17, or 18 will tell you the size (1.7/1.8)"Woops, I goofed, it's 1.8 L about 170 hp.
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they had a 1.8 liter B18 pushing around 147 hpthe gs-r is the one that had 170 hp stock, not the gs
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Acura integra Gs:Engine:B18b1Number of Cylinders: 41.8 LitersHorsepower: 140 hpTorque: 127 ft/lbs
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The LS, RS, and GS trim levels all had the b18a non-vtec 1834 cc inline-4. it was good for 140 bhp and 123 lb/ft. The GS-R trim had the b18c-1 1797cc inline-4 vtec with an advertised rating of 128 lb/ft and 170bhp. I say advertised because it is known that they were more like 178. Honda dropped the rating in the U.S. market for insurance reasons. Even so, it was still the hottest hatch of it's day. Very few cars even today make 100 hp/liter without boost.
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wow people are wrong. its a 1.8L with 142hp @ 6300RPMhttp://www.team-integra.net/sections...p?ArticleID=43
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1.8L 140HPMy friend has one-same year.
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1.834L, B18B1 will put out 142 hp @ 6300 rpm and 127 ft*lbs of torque @ 5200rpm with a 7200 rpm cutoff
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Ok so the RS, LS, SE and GS all use the same B18B1 non-VTEC motor. It's a 1.8L (thats why they call it a B18) or in exact, 1.797L. It outputs 142hp @ 6300RPM.The GS-R (Si-R) uses a B18C1 DOHC VTEC motor; 170hp @ 7600RPM.And then the Type-R motor uses a B18C5 DOHC VTEC motor; 195hp @ 8000RPM.The redline on the RS, LS, SE and GS is 7000GS-R = 8000Type-R = 8200
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