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    • This is the English Racing built 745 wheel horsepower 1994 Acura Integra running to 187 miles per hour

      Ok this is an absurdly fast Integra. Usually we poke fun at front wheel drive cars here but this a vehicle that is definitely about performance first. It's boosted, it's lightweight, it's front wheel drive, and it is quite simply fast as hell. At 745 wheel horsepower it hustles to say the least.


      This car hit 187 miles per hour at a recent airstrip roll on event. Let's put it this way, it was faster than anything from Germany. What does it have done to it? This is the modification list the last time the owner @gringotegra checked in with us:

      Sleeved 84mm B17 block
      Crower pro billet rods
      Weisco pistons wish upgraded wrist pins
      Moroso oil pan
      B16 head
      Supertech Valves
      Supertech Ti retainers
      Supertech dual valve springs
      Stock ITR cams
      Stock port head
      Eldelbrock Victor X intake manifold..
      FIC 1680cc high impedance injectors
      1 intank walbro 255/1 inline walbro 255
      Extreme turbo systems intercooler
      Extreme turbo systems Forward facing turbo manifold
      Extreme turbo systems Ic piping
      Precision Billet T3 6262 with .82 exhaust housing

      It revs to over 10k RPM and simply is a badass little car. Much respect from the import boosted side of the network.





      This article was originally published in forum thread: This is the English Racing built 745 wheel horsepower 1994 Acura Integra running to 187 miles per hour started by Sticky View original post
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      1. Ak335i's Avatar
        Ak335i -
        yes yes 11/10
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        This car is far cooler than I ever gave it credit for. Seeing the tach sweep past 10k and the speedometer running out of numbers was cool.
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        Ak335i -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
        This car is far cooler than I ever gave it credit for. Seeing the tach sweep past 10k and the speedometer running out of numbers was cool.
        yes im a fan.

        The shop that did my car and is doing @mjmarovi 's has an RSX that does consistent 10s at 14X mph very impressive