Honda Integra (Acura RSX)
Honda Integra (Acura Integra) is a sports compact car that was manufactured between 1985 and 2006. It is usually coupe, but there are sedan and liftback as well. In North America this model is known as Acura Integra, and its latest version – as Acura RSX. In Honda lineup, Integra was placed before Prelude and after CR-X. In 2006, Honda Integra/Acura RSX was discontinued.
Sedan Acura Integra was replaced with Acura TSX.
Competitors of Integra coupe/RSX: Mitsubishi Eclipse, Toyota Celica, Nissan 240SX/200SX/180SX/Silvia and similar small vehicles.
Engines of Honda Integra are small, but aggressive and fast. We won’t consider very old models, and will focus on generations 3 and 4.
Engines of Integra DB6, DB7, DB8, DB9, DC1, DC2 and DC4 are ZC series and B18B. The most interesting engine is the legendary naturally aspirated B18C with impressively high HP per liter ratio.
Several variants of the K20 engine were used in Integra DC5 aka Acura RSX. Inexpensive versions were fitted with the 160 HP engine K20A3. RSX Type S had 200 HP K20A2 and K20Z1 210 HP engines under the hood. The top model JDM Integra Type R boasted a 220 HP engine K20A, but these cars were made only for Japan.
Select your model Acura RSX or Honda Integra under this description, and you will have all important information about its engine: names, specs, problems and faults (noise, vibration, etc.), reliability, as well as what motor oil to use, what its capacity is, and what the approximate expected service life of the engine is. We will tell you the best way to increase engine power, about the upgrades required for this purpose, how much horsepower you can get, and much more.
3rd generation (1994 – 2001):
Honda Integra (105 HP) – 1.6 L
Honda Integra (120 HP) – 1.6 L
Honda Integra (140 HP) – 1.8 L
Honda Integra VTi-R/Acura Integra GSR
(170 HP) – 1.8 L
Honda Integra SiR (180 HP) – 1.8 L
Acura Integra GSR (190 HP) – 1.8 L
Honda Integra Type R (200 HP) – 1.8 L