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This is a discussion on Walked a GS-R within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Aside from the little 'DOHC VTEC' sponge/sticker under the passenger side rear tailight, and the different factory wheels, the GS-R ...

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    Aside from the little 'DOHC VTEC' sponge/sticker under the passenger side rear tailight, and the different factory wheels, the GS-R is virtually indestinguishable from the GS on the outside. The engine (B18C1) redlines at 8100rpm, and yes, it's all top-end power with little in the low end.
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    Originally posted by VTC_CiViC
    Aside from the little 'DOHC VTEC' sponge/sticker under the passenger side rear tailight, and the different factory wheels, the GS-R is virtually indestinguishable from the GS on the outside. The engine (B18C1) redlines at 8100rpm, and yes, it's all top-end power with little in the low end.
    What are the different types of engines, B18XX, B18XX, etc? I thought the ITR had a B18C.
    2002 WRBP WRX

    Old setup = BPM GT turboback, PDE up-pipe, Unichip w/custom map, cooler plugs (NGK range 7), Walbro 255LPH FP, MBC (15 PSI), and custom built turbo utilizing the 13G housing (Internals: Hitachi compressor wheel, Mitsu 15G turbine lightly clipped).

    1/4, 12.88 105.10 - 1/8, 8.09 85.96

    New set up = Now w/UTEC and STI Injectors

    1/4, ? - 1/8, ?

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    Integra RS/LS/GS- B18B1
    Integra GS-R- B18C1
    Integra Type R- B18C5

    "B18" is the particular family of engine they all derive from, actually it really breaks down to the "B" family. B16 (used primarliy in Civics), B17 (92-93 GS-R), B18 (3G Integras), B20 (CR-V and older Prelude, though the old school B20A found in the Prelude is really the freak of the family and shares very little common componentry).

    Because these motors are from the same block family, MANY of the parts are interchangable. This is why Honda part are a hot commodity. Pistons, cranks, cams etc.. are all interchagable, so naturally every B16A/B18C1 wants a set of B18C5 (ITR) cams, pistons etc..

    For more details, check the Honda FAQ on my site:
    http://www.makuragi.s5.com/faq/honda/
    Dave
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    B18c5 and h22a are the engines peeps wants. ITs like getting the best turbo for a wrx lol.
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