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Old 21 Jun 2009, 08:46 pm
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Default My 1995 Acura Integra hardly has any power?

when I am going up even the smallest hills it slows down significantly, can someone please tell me why?It is an automatic
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Old 21 Jun 2009, 09:01 pm
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I would suggest down shifting to a lower gear. Honda engines dont have any torque so uphills for them are trouble. On mine going up a hill I try to keep it in 3000rpms and higher.
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Old 21 Jun 2009, 09:16 pm
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What the 1st answer said is absolutely correct. If you are driving a stick, you should try to downshift into a lower gear and accelerate a little more. If you are driving an auto, try shifting it into D3 so it can accelerate a little better.Also, an Integra has plenty of power. But the thing is that it doesn't have alot of torque, because Honda engines weren't meant to make alot. They were meant to have higher redline RPMs. Every car manufacturer has tuned the engines to a certain want. In Honda's case, higher RPMS.
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Old 21 Jun 2009, 09:31 pm
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Integras make enough power for daily driving, so that's not the problem. Whenever you have a small displacement, high RPM motor, you will naturally make low torque, and any torque you do make will be in the higher RPMs (torque is the grunt behind the engine). To go up the hill, downshift to increase RPMs, and you should have no problem going up the hill.
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Old 21 Jun 2009, 09:46 pm
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you might just need a tune up...and yeah down shifting it would help you pick up faster....
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Old 21 Jun 2009, 10:01 pm
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Additional DetailsIt is an automaticYou answered your own question.Automatic integras have a whopping 140 hp, at least in a manual you don't lose as much power going through the transmission.automatics = slow
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