Which is better vtec or iVTEC?

Which is better vtec or iVTEC?

Intelligent Variable Timing (and lift) Electronically Controlled (iVTEC), is a system that combines VTEC and VTC into one unit. The VTEC part of the system allows valve overlap to be adjusted at any moment, resulting in much greater efficiency and slightly better performance. …

When did the Acura Integra GS-R come out?

This Acura arrived in late 1993 as a pilot-production model with 1500 miles on it. Usually we avoid pilot cars. They rarely deliver the performance and reliability that come after the assembly line begins real production. But this GS-R was from Honda’s fancypants branch, so we chose to proceed based on experiences with earlier Acuras.

What’s the top speed of a 1994 Acura Integra?

This left a besmirchment painful to see and brought an insurance estimate for $501.28 in repairs. The Acura’s wild four-cylinder wore its 35,000 miles well. At the concluding test, the 0-to-60-mph time rose by 0.1 second to seven seconds flat, and top speed increased 1 mph, to 136.

Which is the best Acura Integra of all time?

From the Archive: Pound for pound, maybe the best since Sugar Ray Robinson. From the November 1994 issue of Car and Driver. Awright, we knew you’d write in. It was no shock here in the ice-cube quarry that is the magazine’s Michigan domain.

What did I pay for massage on 1994 Acura Integra?

We paid $151 at the 22,500-mile massage, but $76 of that went for repair of a “leaky valve-cover gasket installed improperly on the 15,000-mile service.” As with the first stop, the remaining $75 went to an oil-and-filter swap and a brake-pad inspection.

What kind of engine does an Acura Integra have?

Acura Integra Engines are very famous. In the U.S the LS, RS, GS grades had Non Vtec B18B engine and the GSR & Type R had B18C DOHC VTEC engine. We carry low mileage Acura Integra motors for all grades of Integra. Our Used Acura Integra engines are carefully selected by our staff in Japan.

When did the Honda Integra come out in America?

The Honda Integra, marketed in North America as the Acura Integra, is an automobile produced by Japanese automobile manufacturer Honda from 1986 to 2006. It succeeded the Honda Quint as a more luxurious and sport-oriented derivative of the Civic.

When did the Acura Integra Type are come out?

2000: Type-R returns to lineup with standard air conditioning, simulated carbon-fiber instrument panel, aluminum shift knob, unique upholstery and two Type-R-only colors; LS, GS and GS-R comply with TLEV (transitional low emissions vehicle) rating; platinum-tipped spark plugs used for 100,000 mile tune-up interval

What was the performance of the 1988 Integras?

The overall gain in performance was about 5 hp (3.7 kW) for 118 hp (88.0 kW). The 1988 and 1989 Integras also got a minor facelift, featuring slightly reshaped indicator lights, an improved climate control system and an update of the instrument clocks.