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Does the 1993 Acura Integra have VTEC?

The GS-R engine is a development of the 1.6-liter VTEC engine used in the Japanese-market Integra. Using this engine as a starting point, the engineers increased displacement to 1.7 liters by lengthening the stroke from 77.4mm to 81.4mm.

What year is the best Honda Integra?

According to Hot Cars, the 1997 models hit the road, the Acura Integra Type-R stole the show with its sporty looks that featured the giant wing in the rear. The front-drive chassis handling was the winning feature that made this model recognized as the best car many times over among motor vehicle critics and testers.

How rare is a 4 door Integra?

For now, according to the description on Bring A Trailer, this 1995 Honda Integra Type R sedan is one of only 292 ever produced for the inaugural (1995) model year. And according to Torque GT, this means that it’s one of only 5,135 four-door Integra Type Rs ever made, making it almost as rare as an albino hippopotamus.

Are Integras reliable?

The Japanese firm has topped our regular Reliability Surveys in the past, and even when it doesn’t win, it’s never very far from the top of the table. However, despite Honda’s excellent reliability record, you will need to keep an eye on your Integra.

Is the Integra RWD?

The new Integra is powered by a 200-hp turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine borrowed from the Honda Civic Si. All models are front-wheel drive and come standard with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT).

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Does the Integra have VTEC?

Honda sister brand Acura has offered an early look at the new Integra, which features a six-speed manual gearbox and a “high-output” 1.5-litre VTEC engine.

Why are Acura Integra so popular?

It’s widely considered one of the best FWD sports cars ever, with brilliant handling and plenty of power for its day. It’s related to the Civic but was designed to be both more luxurious and more sporty than its humble hatchback brother. Today, Integras are highly desirable collector’s items, especially in Type R form.

Is the Integra a Civic?

Given the footprint, the Integra is – as anticipated – based on a Civic. Acura says it has a “high output’ 1.5-litre turbo engine, a six-speed manual gearbox and a limited-slip differential. So, what we have here is likely a Civic Si with a new name, a new look and a hatchback-style body opening.

How rare is an Integra Type R?

Only about four thousand Integra Type Rs were manufactured for the North American market, making this car one true rare gem. For an ordinary car, this might not be a big deal, but for one of the Type R’s abilities, the rarity has contributed to its sustained high price.

Does b18b1 have VTEC?

The 1.8L made 142 hp and 127 ft-lbs of torque, but also became a donor for the LS/VTEC swap that became popular later on. Here is a B18B LS engine. Notice the difference in the valve cover (it is not equipped with VTEC) compared to the VTEC B-Series engines.

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