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B18C1 Information

  • VTEC (Dual Stage Intake Manifold)
  • Found in :
    • 1994-2001 Acura Integra GS-R (DC2)
      • Power : 170 hp (127 kW) @ 7100 rpm & 128 ft·lbf (173 N·m) @ 6200 rpm
      • Redline : 8100 rpm (limiter @ 8500 rpm)
      • VTEC Switchover : 4400 rpm
      • Intake Manifold Switchover : 5750 rpm
      • Displacement : 1797 cc
      • Compression : 10:1
      • Bore : 81
      • Stroke : 87.2 mm
      • Rod Length : 137.9 mm
      • Rod/Stroke : 1.58
      • Transmission: s80
      • VTEC Engagement: 5800 Rpm

Third generation (1994–2001)

DC1/DC2/DC4 Integra (1993–1997)

Honda debuted the third generation model in 1993 in Japan. Acura followed in 1994. It had an unusual four headlight front end design which was dubbed "bug eyes" by some enthusiasts. Standard power from the B18B engine increased to 142 hp (105.9 kW), and the GS-R received the B18C1 VTEC engine, equipped with a dual-stage intake manifold, ported exhaust manifold and a displacement increase (from the second generation integra) from 1.7 liters to 1.8 liters, bringing power up to 180 hp (134.2 kW).

In 1998, Honda redesigned the Integra after the new Integra Type-R was released. In Japan the redesign had two more conventional looking headlights as the bug eye look had proven unpopular, outside Japan it had a slightly revised version of the four headlight front.

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