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Old 04 Aug 2008, 05:16 pm
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Default 1991 B18A1 Integra Motor, redline spots?

I have a 1991 B18A1 in my 1994 integra. Wikipedia says redline is 7200 but I doubt it, because if you rev the engine, it wont rev past 7200 as if 7200 is the rev limit, not redline. So i'm guessing thats a mistake and 7200 is the limit, but I need to know what the redline is. On my tach, redline is 7200, but I think that is because thats what it is for the 94 motor. Anyone with a 1991 LS integra could probably know this just by looking at they're tach
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Old 04 Aug 2008, 05:31 pm
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Wikipedia isn't very accurate sometimes...The redline for your integra is 6500Lots more information can be found here for your car:http://www.team-integra.net/sections...p?ArticleID=42
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