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Updated on Mar 12, 2013
DemonKitty's 1992 Acura Integra
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This is my 1992 Acura Integra RS. I hope to do some weekend road racing with it in the near future. However, for now, please stay tuned as my car comes together. I hope you enjoy. PEACE! :)
NGK V-Power spark plugs with NGK spark plug wires set.
All stock, thus far. I wish to keep it pretty much stock with the exception of some headers and an SRI; however, for now, I am just enjoying the car as is :)
The original owner installed a Pioneer "pull-out" radio with Pioneer speakers Lol. Imma keep it! Brings back memories. Also, it's comedy when people see me pull out my radio! Don't have to worry about folks wanting to steal it! Lol!
Above is a layout of the instruments, as per the owner's manual.
The paint is the OEM color "Captiva Blue Pearl B62p". Pretty for being 19 years old.
My shop exhaust with dual tips to give a factory look with a sporty war tone. I took a Genki Tuning muffler I obtained through trade, and had the tip cut off. Then, it was positioned in the OEM fashion and fitted with dual exhaust tip to give it an OE kinda look.
The exhaust note sounds way different from what it looks like it should sound coming from these dual pipes, I've been told.
Posing with my Son's blue bird on the bonnet and my friend's modified 280ZX project.
No worries! The plates have been changed :P
Old skool 16X7" Konig Tuner rims. *Sigh& Brings back memories of the early to mid 1990's import car scene...what kids now-a-days seemingly attempt to replicate. That was back before C.A.R.B. stickers existed and Trust, Racing Beat, GReddy, Racing Hart..etc were expensive as hell....when 5Zigen only exported rims from Japan to Cali (trust me! I called and checked back then lol).Majority of people had shop exhaust systems made from Sebring, Flowmaster, Dynomax, Borla, and other universal American brands - springs were cut to get slammed and shocks were only an issue when the cops made it one lol.
Boots Fitted snug! That's how I like my shoes :)
Runs on Robitussin cuz he's "ill" like that!
Side profile of my old wheels and tires...205/45/16" and my drop. My car came without the rear mud guards. Even my owner's manual has a photo of an Integra without the rear guards.
Konig Tuner wheels are gone. Temporarily back on stock wheels. I miss my wheels already. :(
I had a friend pick up some rear mud guards at the local junk yard for $10 (pair). He pulled it from a sedan. I installed them myself using a drill. The locations for the screws existed and were marked by an indent, yet there were no holes. The screws off the donor car from the junk yard drilled right in creating their own holes. Check it out!
Above is a photo of my car without mud guards from the owner's manual.
I've decided to keep the rear tail lamps amber/red. No need to deny it's USDM roots. On the other hand, I am seriously considering changing the front corner lamps to all clear. I don't really like or want the JDM one piece. Too much money just to have clear corners, imo. I would rather use the money saved on something I TRULY NEED! lol
Here are some Cellphone pics.
Purchased a Progress Suspension 22mm Rear anti-sway bar
I bought this car mid June,and so far have replaced the following :
2) Spark plugs and wires
4) All light bulbs
6) Radiator cap
8) Rear mud guards
9) Radiator and hoses
10) Power Steering hoses
11) Both axles
12) Radiator cooling fan - passenger side
13) 15x6 Honda Alloys with Nitto NT450s
15) Rebuilt Cylinder Head
16) New timing belt
17) All belts replaced
18) New oil pan gasket
19) New water pump
20) New motor mounts
21) Throttle body
Thank you so much for taking time to view my new toy xx
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This is one slick ★★★★★ star ride, please show ★★★★★ star rating back!
I really like this one simple but clean:)
Thank you, very much!! I appreciate it! :)
Cool car, I wish more people followed the owners manual and washed the salt and mud out of the wheel wells, then there would be many more mint tegs and civics on the road these days.
Thank you much! And true indeed. My Integra has been an expense since purchase, but it's just that the original owner neglected it, and it takes dedicated owners to restore our beauties :)
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