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Old 25 Nov 2009, 11:16 pm
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Default About a honda Acura Integra engine...?

I would like to know about a 1991 Honda acura integra rs, and which engine would fit in it?















P.S. Im looking into replacing an engine















I am looking for a working car which is gas efficient and cheap.















it has in it now a burnt 1.8L I4 MPI engine
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Old 25 Nov 2009, 11:31 pm
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well its a B18A1 if you live in the USA, if your looking to replace with stock this is the way to go.































Honda Engines have a letter before the engine code "B"18 that is the series of the engine.































You can put most B series motors in there, you can upgrade to the very expensive and new K series motors or even put a H series (H22 prelude motor if you decide to),































options are up to you, but me personally i would just keep it the same.
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Old 25 Nov 2009, 11:46 pm
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The acura integra rs was the base model integra, with the B18A1 engine, producing 130bhp (upped to 140bhp in 1993). if you simply want to replace a standard engine then thats the engine you need (providing you live in the states, the engines varied according to country).































if you are doing it for performance reasons then i would recommend sticking to the B-series family, as there they are great engines and unless you want to go K-series (2002+ type-r engines) there isn't really any reason to leave the B18-series, the H-series are also performance oriantated engines, found in prelude SiR's, but not as capable/reliable as the B-series.































The best teggy engine you can go for is the JDM B18C, from the DC2 honda integra type-r, 195bhp, S80 LSD gearbox and 9000+ rpm limit. others include B18B, B18B1, B18C1 and the B18C5.















i would say try and pick up a stock JDM DC2 integra-R though, as it will be cheaper and you will get the improved chassis and handling of the type-r model (which is worth having!) not to mention the championship white paint and JDM facelift front (will be 1998 ish though)
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