This is an excellent quality made Japanese vehicle. Three set ownership car 1) Feed with 93 grade gas 1) 2) Lubricate with oil ever 3,000 3)Check/Replace timinig belt ever 80,000. Bulletproof engine, stunning handling, luxurious build quality, super reliable. Bought mine with 165,000, have driven it to 190,000 with no problems. Even took it to the track once and ran a 15.5 1/4 mile with only the addition of OEM intake and Magnaflow exhaust. Keep in mind that a new one back in 95' ran a 15.3, 190,000 haven't done much to hurt performance! Always starts on first crank, never ever ever gives any problems. Was designed for hard driving.
V-TEC engine, 170 stock HP. Easily tuned to 200 for under $1000. No wonder 4 Integra model years hold the top ten stolen list of cars. These engines were hand assembled by skilled Japanese technicians. Silky smooth transmission, you will be hard pressed to miss a shift. Only better is the b18c5.
Engine dead below 3,000 RPM. Gearing of transmission causes high RPM's at highway speeds, yet very stable at even 100. Cupholders designed for small Japanese appetites, not American gluttons. A/C kills performance due to Hondas drive belt system design.
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