1993 acura integra : Mechanical: Manual transmission (New clutch at ~60k miles, new bearings, replaced transmission fluid) New front rotors, and pads. Used Mobil1 Synthetic 10W30 oil since 15k miles. Used Redline MTL fluid since 30k miles. New Honda OEM CV joint and boot New tires New cap and rotor, plugs Timing belt, tensioner, water pump, cam seals, crank seal all replaced. A/C, P/S, and alternator belt all replaced. Valve adjustment performed at 75k miles as well. New air filter New brake fluid New p/s fluid New coolant New valve cover gaskets, and oil gaskets Body : Horizon Grey Metallic 2 door Hatchback Color matched moldings and bumper trim No dents, only 1 really minor door ding (damn parking lots!)Interior : Black Options : Black leather seats Moonroof w/ visor Spoiler with LED light Air conditioning AM/FM radio w/ Cassette deck Power windows Power door locks Cruise control Alarm Nose Bra Service Manual Description: Faithfully maintained, pampered, and cared for. Either garaged or covered. Always used nose bra for long distance driving.
1993 acura integra : My name is Scott. I am a member of the Touring Car Club of California (TCC)and I'm looking for a used car to buy. My budget is approximately $7500-$9500. I am looking for a car to invest in as a project racecar in the club, but alsoto be used as a daily driver with around 10,000mi./year. TCC() is a club that allows you to race your own car,whether it is street stock or a fully-prepped GP car, on a sanctioned roadcourse/track. So, the performance on the car focuses on 1.) reliability, 2.)handling, 3.) braking, and 4.) power. I've narrowed down my choices to the following cars:1992-1995 Honda Civic1990-1993 Acura Integra Coupe1992-1993 Honda Accord Sedan1991 Honda CRX After about 200,000 miles or so, I plan to make an engine swap andpossibly add a turbo. I heard that the only engine to put in the Integra, CRXor the Civic (which is worth the money) is the 1.8L Integra LS engine whichcould be bored out to 2.0L. My goal is to reach 250hp-300+hp on any one ofthese three cars in a street legal naturally aspirated engine. On the Accord,people tell me that I should pop in a 2.2L Prelude engine which could be boredout to 2.5L. I'd like to achieve 300+hp on the Accord with a naturallyaspirated engine (street legal of course). As far as modifications to the car, I plan on getting an aerodynamicbody kit/spoilers for more downforce, weight reduction, full safety cage/racingmods., full intake/exhaust system, full suspension mods, hi-performance brakes,and a computer chip. After the engine swap, heavy mods. would be made to theengine for more power such as increased displacement, transmission, porting,balancing, cams, turbo, etc. Now here are my questions to you:1.) Of the following cars, which will provide the most bang for the buck?1992-1995 Honda Civic1990-1993 Acura Integra Coupe1992-1993 Honda Accord Sedan1991 Honda CRX2.) What is the right model to buy (Ex: Si, RS, LS, DX)?3.) What is the best engine to get for each car for an engine swap?4.) Should the year of the swapped engine match the year of the car?5.) What is the vehicle weight of each car or the power to weight ratio?6.) Is it possible to achieve a high engine speed of 11,000RPM like asuperbike?7.) Which of the cars can be a great racecar and still retain thereliability/comfort of a normal 4-seater?8.) What are the maintenance costs like?
1993 acura integra : Car works excellent, sense I bought the car it has been regularlymaintained. (Oil change every 5000)I need an automatic for me and the woman so I have to sell it.Needs some work, but runs great regardless. Small amount of rust.Taking offersWould like around $5000 OBOSelling as is. Email me if interested.I dont know about anyone else; but i am "SENCING" something wrong here!!!!!!thats a link to a pic of the car, minus the wheels and thats what yourbuyingobviously there are winter tires on it now...5000 for a car that has many km on it i dont think so can get a 95 civicfor around that price with nat as many km !! drive around sackville at thedealersobviously you dont know much about Acura's...depending on the rust $5000 isnot alot of money for the car.I cant beleive you would even say that withoutseeing the car... Study your cars a little betterclc wrote in message...Well obviously prices vary depending on the kind of car :) For example, an Eagle Talon with 200,000 kmsvs. a Sunfire with 200,000 kms, the sunfire will be cheaper.Ok for all you lamers I was taking a jab at his spelling mistake. The wordsense; as in "sence i bought the car".I didnt know y'all were so SSSLLLLOOOOW
1993 acura integra : I'm likely to buy either a 1993 Honda Prelude Si or a 1993 Acura Integra LS.Unfortunately, I can't afford the VTEC version of either car.I'd appreciate any opinions on which one I should get, and why.A 93 Prelude Si should be at least $2K more than a 93 Integra LS inthe same condition and comparable miles. And at that price you couldbuy a 92 or 93 Integra GS-R (VTEC).I drove a 91 Integra GS (same as LS with ABS) and I decided I wantedto step up to a bit better sports car so I did quite a bit of research as I didwhen I bought buy 91 Integra. I will never invest in a new car that loses 10-15% of itsvalue the minute you drive it off the lot so it makes finding exactly whatyou are looking for more difficult, but fun, if you like to shop for goodcar buys. Here's some of the good value I came up with in the$12K - $16K range.1. 92-93 Toyota Celica All-Trac Turbo Yes "Toyota Celica" isn't as prestigous as "Acura Integra" but that's all marketing. The quality and performance of the Toyota GT and GT-S is right up there and the 200HP AWS All-Trac Turbo will blow away any year or model Acura Integra. Very rare care though.
1993 acura integra : 2. 92 or 93 Prelude Si Why buy a VTEC for at least $2K more when you can get the same HP with a $300 chip and $100 intake and pay less insurance rates! This car will out-handle virtually anything in this price range - don;t believe me, look at the Road & Track specs.3. 92-93 Acura Integra GS-R (VTEC) Only 20 more HP than the LS or GS and has a large spoiler and mirrors that match the color of the car. Does that justify about $1,500 to $2k more than a GS or LS? Probably would demand on comparison of individual used cars. I kicked myself for buying the GS and not the GS-R. They are harder to find though and I didn;t have the patience. I would probably not stepped up after a year with the GS-R as opposed to the GS.4. 92-93 Volkswagen Corrado SLC This car is somewhere in between the Prelude Si and Celica as far as acceleration but doesn't handle as good as the Prelude. This car is ver very small also (why it is so fast). Pricey for what you get.There are also some rear-wheel drive cars worth looking into but Iam a skier so I had to disregard them.
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