This is a discussion on Anyone went up against a Honda Integra Type R? within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by josnroh I owned a 2000 Acura Integra Type R,black,#1069.The car was not modified.I ran high 14's at ...
my buddy adam has a LS integra with a full 97/98 JDM integra swap (200hp+int/exh), he said he knows my FWD buick regal GS could put some room on him, i've had it at firstname.lastname@example.org on crap tires (way worn). only thing is I gotta keep it from knocking with my 3.4 pulley on.
i like his car though 9100 rpm redline, sticky 245 wide tires, buddy club susp. it was like a full size go kart, even going over bumps.
A stock or near stock RSX-S is a good match against a stage 2 WRX from a roll.
Last edited by 2:43AM; 06-04-2009 at 04:32 AM. Reason: Damn, I screwed up...
a stock rsx-s is not gonna be a match for a stage 2 wrx sorry, a stock wrx and a stock rsx-s is a good match, if the rsx driver knows how to drive. however though a rsx with I/h/e Kpro tune would be a good match
what power is your MS3?? I know a friend of mine has a pretty highly modded integra type r (97? I believe) and he cant keep up with my 09 Cobb stage 1 rex thats for sure.
I would like to take his car around a track though its literally on rails, my WRX would be on its side before his car pitch a few degrees lol
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Sorry I was off. 195 and closer to 2500 lbs.
The Type-R has Hondas Vtec engine, boosts power on the upper band with it's variable timing. Other than that all the Type-R came with was stiffer suspension, larger wheel's and the big rear spoiler. BHP was around 180-190ish. Acura Integra Type-R's are hard to come by these days...never seen a Honda Interga Type-R in the states. I know Mugen had a white one out in Cali though.
I used to have a Acura Integra LS when I was a kid, fairly fun drive for a first car...slow as death compared to my WRX though.