Yellow Fever - Honda Integra Type R DC5
Jimmy McRae To Drive Honda Integra Type R In New Zealand Marathon ...
|...It may be hard to believe, but there are still some people left in this world that haven't heard of JUN Auto Mechanic. One of Japan's most well-known tuners, JUN has applied its horsepower-inducing magic to such cars as the Skyline GT-R, Lancer Evolution, Fairlady/300ZX, Impreza WRX and Silvia. With...
|...Five times British Rally Champion, Scotsman Jimmy McRae is the latest entrant from the northern hemisphere, to put his name down to drive in the week long NZ Silver Fern Marathon Rally, which will take place from October 7th to 14th. McRae will be driving a performance front wheel drive Honda...
|JDM Integra Review from the Kukusamy, from Zimbabwe
Like I said, the VTEC is a masterpiece. The Honda engineers who created the VTEC engine should be worshipped. From VTEC came everything else, VVT-i, VANOS, etc etc. None of them comes close to the power and efficiency of the VTEC. This car is truly the most amazing machine I've ever seen. Plus mine's JDM, which I personally think has got a better front end than the USDM model. The engine roars and heads turn to see a white streak flash by...
Honda Integra History
|The Honda Integra (sold in the USA as the Acura Integra and Acura RSX) is an automobile manufactured by Honda.
Acura Integra (North America): The Acura Integra was introduced to North America in 1986, one year later than its release as the Honda Integra in Japan. It was available in either a 3 or 5-door hatchback body style or a four-door sedan, and came standard with a 1.6 litre DOHC 16v engine, which was, at the time, revolutionary technology in a car of that class.
Honda Integra (Europe/Japan): The Honda Integra was the successor to the rather odd Honda Quint, a five-door hatchback off the Accord platform and using bodywork from the Honda Civic which was known outside Japan as the Honda Quintet. It was also briefly sold in Australia badged as a Rover, as was the Quintet.
Since the beginning of production this model had body types Coupe and Hardtop.
|DC2, DB8, DC1, DB6, DB9||Jul 1999|
|DC2, DB8, DC1, DB6, DB9||Jan 1998|
|DC2, DB8||Oct 1995|
|DC2, DB8, DC1, DB6, DB9||Aug 1995|