2nd Gen General Info

BioHazard

New Member
These are also identifiable by the headlights. The 2nd Gen Integra came with the B-series of engines. From 90-91 it was the 130HP B18A1 and from 92-93 it was the B18A1 that made 140HP. In 92 and 93 there was also the GS-R which was the B17A1 that made 160HP. This was the first use of VTEC in an Integra. The second generation also brought a totally new and much improved suspension too. It was independent double wishbone all around verse the torsion bars up front and solid beam axle in the rear of the first generation.
 

Eminemslm0

New Member
what changed in the B18A1 from 91 to 92
 


Eviloliv3

Nobody Listens To Me
cams and intake i believe, slightly revised from previous years

btw
90-91 Ls engines had 130hp at 6k rpm and 121lbs of Torque at 5k rpm
92-93 Ls engines had 140hp at 6.3k rpm and 121lbs of Torque at 5.2k rpm
the 92-93 GSRs had 160hp at 7.7k rpms and 117lbs of Torque at 7k rpm
hp isnt everything

90-93 LS and GSRs had the YS1 tranny

90-93 LS had 9.2:1 CR
92-93 GSR has 10.0:1 CR
 
I had a B-17 and the motor ran just as good as a B-18, but the rings were shot due to spray,so i just dropped in a JDM motor which i imported,B-18*95 GS-R* and it runs better than the GS-R'S around in the states, I was very impressed to know that they only made 1500 1993 GS-R's and i had one.
but i sold the motor to a guy that works at my shop, for $800 *motor and tranny* the synchro's were out in third and fourth so you had to double clutch to get into the gears without grinding them*, and a set of lowering springs.was it worth it, well i wish i coulda rebuilt it, but it was aruond 4500 dollars for the turbo setup i wanted, so i just bought a new *used* B-18
 


KaosTheory said:
I had a B-17 and the motor ran just as good as a B-18, but the rings were shot due to spray,so i just dropped in a JDM motor which i imported,B-18*95 GS-R* and it runs better than the GS-R'S around in the states, I was very impressed to know that they only made 1500 1993 GS-R's and i had one.
but i sold the motor to a guy that works at my shop, for $800 *motor and tranny* the synchro's were out in third and fourth so you had to double clutch to get into the gears without grinding them*, and a set of lowering springs.was it worth it, well i wish i coulda rebuilt it, but it was aruond 4500 dollars for the turbo setup i wanted, so i just bought a new *used* B-18
Yea im hopefullt gettin a JDM B18...or ill jus get that RSX-S i told u about travis...and ill like to see you keep up...lol
but yea...im still lookin but my 90 integra is keep me happy...but hopefully a 89 supra turbo intercooled...or a RSX-S would make me happier....(RSX-S=Integra-R
 

Ominous G2

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1990-1991 Acura Integra
Courtesy the 1991 OFFICIAL ACURA Sales Brochure


ENGINE AND ELECTRICAL
Engine Type: 1.8 L, DOHC, 4-cylinder, 16-valve
Engine Block: Aluminum alloy with cast-iron cylinder liners
Horsepower, SAE net: 130 hp @ 6000 rpm
Torque, SAE net: 121 lbs.-ft. (16.8 kg-m) @ 5000 rpm
Induction System: Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI)
Transmissions: 5-speed Manual or Electronically controlled 4-speed dual mode automatic with lockup torque converter.
Drivetrain: Transverse front-engine/front-wheel drive with equal-length halfshafts
Front Suspension: Independent double-wishbone with coil springs and stabilizer bar
Rear Suspension: Independent double-wishbone with coil springs and stabilizer bar
Steering Type: Speed-sensitive, power assisted, rack-and-pinion
Tires:
(RS) 195/60 R14 85H
(LS and 4-door GS) Michelin MXV 195/60 R14 85H
(3-door GS) Michelin XGT-V P195/60 R14 85V
Braking System: Dual-diagonal, power-assisted 4-wheel disk brakes.
Anti-Lock Braking System: Honda-designed system with 4 wheel-speed sensor and electronic control unit (GS Models)
Fuel Capacity: 13.2 US Gallons (50 Liters)
Recommended Fuel: Unleaded Regular 87
EPA Fuel Mileage (City/Highway):
(5-speed) 24/28 mpg
(Automatic) 23/28 mpg

3-Door
EPA Passenger Volume: 79 cu. ft
EPA Cargo Volume: 16 cu. ft.
EPA Total Volume: 95 cu. ft
Curb Weight:
5-speed: 2560 lbs. (1161 Kg)
Automatic: 2615 lbs. (1186 Kg)
Coefficient of Drag: 0.32

4-Door
EPA Passenger Volume: 85 cu. ft.
EPA Cargo Volume: 11 cu. ft.
EPA Total Volume: 96 cu. ft
Curb Weight:
5-speed 2606 lbs. (1182 Kg)
Automatic 2661 lbs. (1207 Kg)
Coefficient of Drag: 0.34



EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS

3-Door
Wheelbase: 100.4 in. (2550 mm)
Track, Front: 58.1 in. (1475 mm)
Track, Rear: 58.1 in. (1475 mm)
Overall Length: 172.9 in. (4392 mm)
Overall Width: 67.5 in. (1714 mm)
Overall Height: 50.0 in. (1270 mm)

4-Door
Wheelbase: 102.4 in. (2600 mm)
Track, Front: 58.1 in. (1475 mm)
Track, Rear: 58.1 in. (1475 mm)
Overall Length: 176.5 in. (4484 mm)
Overall Width: 67.5 in. (1714 mm)
Overall Height: 50.6 in. (1285 mm)
 
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Ominous G2

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1992-1993 Acura Integra
Courtesy the 1993 OFFICIAL ACURA INTEGRA Sales Brochure


ENGINEERING

RS-LS-GS

Engine Type: 1.8L, DOHC, 4-cyl., 16-valve
HP, SAE net: 140 hp @ 6300 rpm
Torque: 126 lbs-ft (17.4 kg-m) @ 5000 rpm
Redline: 6500 rpm
Bore & Stroke: 3.19 in x 3.50 in (81mm x 89mm)
Displacement: 111.9 cu in (1834 cc)
Compression Ratio: 9.2 : 1
Alternator: 12V, 80 Amp. Max.
Induction System: Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI)Engine Block: Aluminum Alloy with Cast-Iron Cylinder Liners
Cylinder Head: Aluminum Alloy
Emission Control: 3-way Catalytic Converter
Ignition System: Fully Transistorized
Drivetrain: Traverse Front Engine / Front-wheel Drive with Equal-length Halfshafts

GS-R

Engine Type: 1.7L, DOHC, 4-cyl., 16-valve with Variable Timing & Lift Electronic Control (VTEC) System
HP, SAE net: 160hp @ 7600 rpm
Torque: 117 lbs-ft (16.2kg-m) @ 7000 rpm
Redline: 8000 rpm
Bore & Stroke: 3.19 in x 3.20 in (81mm x 81.4mm)
Displacement: 102.4 cu in (1678 cc)
Compression Ratio: 9.7 : 1
Alternator: 12V, 80 Amp. Max.
Induction System: Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI)
Engine Block: Aluminum Alloy with Cast-Iron Cylinder Liners
Cylinder Head: Aluminum Alloy
Emission Control: 3-way Catalytic Converter
Ignition System: Fully Transistorized
Drivetrain: Traverse Front Engine / Front-wheel Drive with Equal-length Halfshafts



Transmission Ratio

RS - LS - GS (manual)

1st: 3.230
2nd: 1.900
3rd: 1.269
4th: 0.966
5th: 0.742
Reverse: 3.000
Final Drive: 4.266

RS - LS - GS (automatic)
1st:2.647
2nd:1.483
3rd: 0.974
4th: 0.725
5th:---
Reverse: 1.904
Final Drive: 4.428

GS-R
1st: 3.307
2nd: 2.105
3rd: 1.458
4th: 1.107
5th: 0.875
Reverse: 3.00
Final Drive: 4.400


BODY / SUSPENSION / CHASSIS

Body Type: Unit Body
Front Suspension: Independent Double-Wishbone with coil springs & stabilizer bar 0.91 in (23.0 mm) dia.
Rear Suspension: Independent Double-Wishbone with coil springs & stabilizer bar
3-Door: (All)
4-Door: RS - (All)
LS - (Man.): 0.58 in (14.7mm) dia.
(Auto): 0.63 in (15.9mm) dia.
GS - (Auto): 0.63 in (15.9mm) dia.
Shock Absorbers: Gas-pressurized, front and rear
Steering Type: Speed-sensitive, variable power-assisted, rack-and-pinion
Steering Wheel Turn: (lock to lock) 3.53
Turning Circle, curb-to-curb:
3-Door: 33.3 ft (10.1 m)
4-Door: 33.8 ft (10.3 m)
Wheels:
RS: 5.5 JJ x 14 in. steel
LS: 5.5 JJ x 14 in. steel
LS-S: 5.5 JJ x 14 in. light alloy
GS: 5.5 JJ x 14 in. light alloy
GS-R: 5.5 JJ x 14 in. light alloy
Tires:
RS: P195/60R14 85H
LS: Michelin XGT-H4 P195/60R14 85H
LS-S: Michelin XGT-V4 P195/60R14 85V
3-Door GS: Michelin XGT-V4 P195/60R14 85V
4-Door GS: Michelin XGT-H4 P195/60R14 85H
GS-R: Michelin XGT-V4 P195/60R14 85V
Braking System: Dual-Diagonal, power-assisted, 4-wheel disc brakes
Front Discs: Ventilated, 10.3 in (262 mm) dia.
Rear Discs: Solid, 9.4 in. (239 mm) dia.
Parking Brake: Rear, mechanical
Anti-Lock Braking System: GS, GS-R:
Honda-designed Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) with 4 wheel-speed sensors & electronic / hydraulic control unit



FUEL ECONOMY
RS - LS - GS (Manual)
EPA Mileage, City / Highway: 25 / 31
Recommended Fuel: Regular 86 Octane

RS - LS - GS (automatic)
EPA Mileage City / Highway: 23 / 29
Recommended Fuel: Regular 86 Octane

GS-R
EPA Mileage City / Highway: 24 / 29
Recommended Fuel: Premium Unleaded 91



EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS 3-DOOR

Wheelbase: 100.4 in (2550 mm)
Track, front: 58.1 in (1475 mm)
Track, rear: 58.1 in (1475 mm)
Length: 172.9 in (4392 mm)
Width: 67.5 in (1714 mm)
Height: 50.0 in (1270 mm)
Minimum Ground Clearance: 4.7 in (120 mm)
Weight, Manual Transmission: 2643 lbs (1199 Kg)
Weight, Automatic Transmission: 2701 lbs (1225 Kg)
Weight Distribution: % front / rear:
RS: 62 / 38
LS: 62 / 38
GS: 62 / 38
GS-R: 61 / 39 62 / 38

EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS 4-DOOR

Wheelbase: 102.4 in (2600 mm)
Track, front: 58.1 in (1475 mm)
Track, rear: 58.1 in (1475 mm)
Length: 176.5 in (4484 mm)
Width: 67.5 in (1714 mm)
Height: 50.6 in (1285 mm)
Minimum Ground Clearance: 4.7 in (120 mm)
Weight, Manual Transmission: 2703 lbs (1226 Kg)
Weight, Automatic Transmission: 2760 lbs (1252 Kg)
Weight Distribution: % front / rear:
RS: 62 / 38
LS: 62 / 38
GS: 62 / 38
GS-R: 61 / 39 62 / 38



CAPACITIES
RS - LS - GS
Crankcase: 4.0 US Qt. (3.8 L)
Cooling System:
Manual: 6.3 US Qt. (6.0 L)
Automatic: 6.1 US Qt. (5.8 L) 6.2 US Qt. (5.9 L)
Fuel Tank: 13.2 US Gal. (50 L)

GS-R
Crankcase: 4.2 US Qt. (4.0 L)
Cooling System Manual:
Fuel Tank: 13.2 US Gal. (50 L)
 
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TougeRunner

Solid Snake kills himself
I believe the 2nd gen Integra also had an available 1st gen B16A in Japan, is this correct?
 

builtnagen 2teg

New Member
kinda new 2 site bought a 90 teg 4 my girlfriend only 130 hp and have a 93 head laying around if i swap the cams will i need 2 do springs retainers etc. and would it be worth it
 

thedb63

New Member
didnt they have the b16 in japan in the 89 xsi also because the 89 in japan was the same model as ours in 1990-1993.. correct me if im wrong
 

irocktheda9

New Member
also, one thing.
The difference in 90-91 to 92-93
90-91 is OBD0
92-93 is OBD1=10hp gain over the obd0 b18a

If your going to do a change on the head(90-91 head to 92-93), its not going to be much of a difference. Its all in the computer work.
 

mugenguy

New Member
i have a 91 da but it came with a 92 ls how do i know if its obd1 or if it stayed obo1 but the dizzy is a td23u and i belive thats obd 0 how would i know if i checced on the ecu
 


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