Honda Integra

The Honda Integra is a Japanese compact car manufactured by Honda Motor Co., Ltd. from 1985 to 2006 In the North American market, the model was sold under the names Acura Integra, Rover 416i and Acura RSX. A total of four generations of cars have been produced. Translated from Italian, the name of the model means “combined / integrated”. The car was produced in body modifications coupe, sedan and hatchback. Sports modifications Integra and RSX have repeatedly participated in auto races.

Engine Honda B18C

Unlike the B18B, on which the manufacturer experimented without using VTEC, Honda decided to add VTEC to the 1.8-liter engine for the B18C. The release of the B18C engine marked the emergence of a new generation of engines with “motorcycle” characteristics, when more than 100 hp were obtained from one liter of volume, and which …

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Engine Honda B18B

The 1.8-liter Honda B18B gasoline engine was produced in Japan from 1992 to 2000 and was installed on several popular models of the company, primarily Civic and Integra. The B18B motor exists in four modifications, which are slightly different from each other.

Engine Honda B16A

Honda first released the legendary B16 series engine in 1989. It was a B16A engine with two camshafts and Honda’s proprietary valve timing system – VTEC. The engine was installed on the Japanese model Honda Integra. This is the first engine in which Honda has used the proprietary VTEC system. It was from this moment …

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