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Old 17 Jun 2009, 12:16 am
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Default 1988 acura integra rs DOHC, vs. mustang gt and supra question?

only answer if u actuallly know about the older integras cause they arent what they look....but could the integra described above beat a brand new mustang gt? both stock.. and could it take on a supra again both stock...????
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Old 17 Jun 2009, 12:31 am
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No, if the integra is stock, it will lose immeasurably against both the mustang and especially the supra. At that year, an integra was only pushing 118hp max. Although, if the integra's engine was built, it could definitely take out the mustang and depending on how built, maybe the supra as well.
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if the integra is stock NO , maybe if it had a fully built Type R JDM B18C swap then i would definitely haul ass
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Old 17 Jun 2009, 01:16 am
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that 1.6 dohc engine is weak....even having that motor swaped into a crx (which is way lighter)...it would only keep up with the newer mustangs...but thats with bolt ons.....you would take off on the older supras...but only for the 1st and half of 2nd gear...after that youll be seeing the supras tail lights....
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You're trying to beat two race horses with a mule.
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Old 17 Jun 2009, 02:01 am
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Put down the pipe and step into reality bud...That integra will see nothing tire smoke and a license plate in the distance ahead. If you had an RSX, things could be a bit more interesting, but you would still lose then!
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Old 17 Jun 2009, 02:16 am
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NO!!the D16A1 will get eaten alive, i love honda's but it would lose.your comparing a 20 year old acura to a new mustang with a bigger more powerful engine.D16A1 = 120hp stock.Supra N/A stock is 220hp. (100 more than the integra, double the HP.)5th Gen Mustang V6 = 210hp V8= 300hp.i think only if the mustang and supra had bad drivers would the acura win.
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