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Old 18 Sep 2007, 08:02 am
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Default Does The HONDA INTEGRA type R Engine work in a CRX DEL SOL 1992? And can the same induction kits...

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Old 18 Sep 2007, 08:04 am
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The B18C5 (integra type-r engine) will fit in a '92 Del Sol.I don't know about the induction kit. Common sense would say "probably".Have you read about the B16? It's a 160hp v-tec. It's from early 90s Japanese hondas so it fits early nineties civics and crx's here in the U.S. (In Japan, Hondas got vtecs a few years before America did.) My point is the B16 is easier to install than the type-r. Plus a B16 is less expensive, and easier to find than the type-r engine is. It's not quite as powerful as the type-r engine, but it will still kick butt compared to a stock Del Sol engine. The Del Sol's stock engine is 102hp for the regular, and 125hp for the "Si". It's not V-tec or has a DOHC like the B16.p.s. Are you in the UK? (got a u.k. del sol?) (if so, the info in the last paragraph might have been incorrect, since I was referring to the perspective of having an American Del Sol. The main answers to your question are still the same though.)































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Old 18 Sep 2007, 08:06 am
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it depends on which integra type R engine you plan to use, the GSR type R would work fine, but i dont know about the induction.
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Old 18 Sep 2007, 08:20 am
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I am assuming that you mean a type engine other then the b18c5 (Acura Intergra Type R engine in the USA), because it is the Honda Integra Type R in other countries such as japan and england. Anyways, I am not sure what you mean by CRX DEL SOL. They are two different cars. With that said, some of the US del sols already come with the b16 engine, so it would be easiest to swap in a b series in and use turbo kits for that car. The crx can be done to as long as you get a mount kit etc. There is also a K series in the Honda type R, the k20a engine in japan. If this is the engine that you are talking about then it can be done but it will take more work. As for forced induction, your better off putting a kit together by yourself peice by peice, this will ensure that everything will be a custom fit.
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Old 18 Sep 2007, 08:30 am
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the engine will fit with engine mounts but im not sure about the induction kit but probably will
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