2001 Honda Integra Type R

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Marketed as the Acura RSX in the USA, the DC5 Integra was Hondas follow up to the fan favorite DC2 Integra Type R.

The new K-Series engine remained a high revving powerful 4 cyclinder, growing larger from 1.8L to 2.0L. The VTEC mechanism was altered to Hondas new iVTEC resulting in a less than thrilling implementation of VTEC kicking in. The new intelligent system meant a broader torque curve, but resulted in a reduced sense of the engine getting on the cam at higher rpm.

Always a good looking car, the DC5 has been a popular choice for owners to modify, with plenty of options for performance improvements.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Engine: 2.0L Inline 4
Weight: 1,266 kg / 2,791 lbs
Power: 150 kW / 200 hp / 204 PS
0-100 kph: 7.0 seconds
Torque: 193 Nm / 142 lb-ft
Top Speed: 235 kph / 146 mph

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