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History of the Acura Integra

Posted 02-16-2002 at 12:00 AM by SurferX
Updated 06-29-2014 at 11:44 AM by MorningZ

The Model History focuses mainly on the changes made to the different generations and trim levels for US models. We wanted to give some history on the Integra and how far it's come since it's creation. There is a bit of technical info in this article however for some real number comparisons check the Specifications section of the FAQ.

Ah, the car...
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Intake Information

Posted 02-16-2002 at 12:00 AM by SurferX

NOTE: This article is very basic intake info for beginners. For more advanced intake tech, please check out Michael Delaney's intake article at Hondavision.

The most basic bolt-on, replacement of the restrictive stock intake system will give great power gains for their comparatively low price.

The stock system includes an opening inside the engine bay which...
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Advancing the Timing

Posted 02-21-2002 at 12:00 AM by eufo
Updated 05-19-2015 at 01:34 PM by MorningZ

Why advance the timing? check out this article

There are very few tools needed to perform this task.

- Timing Light
- 12mm Wrench
- Socket Wrench w/Short Extension
- 10mm Socket
- 12mm Socket

Let's take a minute to talk about the timing light.

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G3 Head Unit Installation

Posted 02-23-2002 at 12:00 AM by MorningZ

Today we will be doing a Head Unit swap in a G3 Integra. A lot of the same concepts go for G1 and G2 once you get the OEM unit out. We are going to be taking out the Acura CD player and installing an Alpine CDA-7883 unit.
One of the neatest tricks I had learned over the years is the "kit-less" installation in Hondas/Acuras. Not only does it save from a $15-$20 purchase of a part like this, but it looks more flush in the dash... best of both worlds!

Please note...
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Adjusting your idle speed (Gen3)

Posted 03-20-2002 at 12:00 AM by StyleTEG

As your integra gets older, and more mods are done to it your idle may begin to stray from the factory recommendation. This happens to many cars as they get older, and adjusting the idle is often part of regular maintenance intervals. Luckily, you don't need to pay someone to adjust your idle because you can easily do it yourself!

The idle is adjusted by a screw on the throttle body, but it requires a few steps to adjust the idle properly.

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