Honda Integra Type R - Car in Gran Turismo 1

Honda Integra Type R. In 1995, Honda introduced the first Integra Type R in the Japanese domestic market (JDM). Integra Type R has many differences compared to other Integra models that have been added incrementally to the overall performance of the vehicle. The engine, transmission, body, suspension, brakes and interior are all revised compared to other Integra models.

The Integra Type R is equipped with a 1.8 liter DOHC VTEC inline 4-cylinder (B18C) engine. In JDM Type R, this engine produces 200 PS (197 hp; 147 kW) at 8,000 rpm, whereas in the US model 195 hp (198 PS; 145 kW) at 8,000 rpm and 130 lb⋅ft (176 N⋅m) Generate torque) at 5,700 rpm. The compression ratio for JDM cars and other international markets was 11: 1, while the compression ratio for US Integra Type R is 10.6: 1. Although there were many differences between the Type R engine and the DOHC VTEC engine available on other Integra models (GS-R), the increase in output was mainly due to higher compression, larger throttle body, higher It was due to the lift camshaft and the large capacity exhaust manifold.

Type R is equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission. The first gear and final drive were identical to the GS-R transmission, but the spacing between gears 2-5 was much narrower. In addition, the Type R is equipped with a helical limited slip differential. In 1998, the final drive ratio was changed to 4.785 in JDM Type R and other international markets, while the final drive ratio for US Type R was only 4.40.

The focus of Type R was to minimize weight while increasing rigidity. Type R has larger strut tower bars, rear frame rear performance rods, and numerous body reinforcements. In Type R, springs and dampers, and larger sway bars have been revised.

The 1995-1997 Type R has four lugs 15 x 6 aluminum wheels wrapped in Bridgestone Potenza RE010 195 / 55R15 tires. A larger rotor and caliper were included, and the ABS system was revised. The 1998 JDM Type R receives 5 lug 16 inch alloy wheels wrapped in 215/45 / ZR16 tires.

Other features such as moon roof, vanity mirror, cruise control, rear wiper have been eliminated to save weight. Air conditioning was an option. The interior has also been revised to incorporate a 10,000 rpm tachometer with a 8,400 rpm red line, a revised sports cross seat and titanium shift knob.

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