Honda Integra Dc5 Type R J's Racing 70RR Mani Back
So this is how my DC5 Stood the day before it got stripped & put back to standard.
Reason for it going back is I was getting a lot of hassle locally from people who it was annoying, The police made a home visit & issued a very strong warning so i just decided that my licence was worth more to me than a bit of noise, Also since it has been sat up for sale, someone has smashed the windscreen, obviously forgetting I have CCTV out the front of my house.
Anyway, the car in the video had the following mod's:
Eibach Pro street Coilovers
Desmond Regamaster Marquis Promoda 17's
Spoon Gear knob
J's Racing SS 4-2 Manifold
J's Racing 2-1
J's Racing B Pipe
J's Racing 70RR
J's Racing Front Strut
J's Racing Oil Cap
J's Racing ETD
Project KICS Lug Nuts
Tegiwa Induction kit
I loved it, i had to much fun in it, im shocked that i don't have more video's / pictures of it but im sure thats only because ive been to busy driving it.
Thanks to Harv & Peck whilst filming this, the Go Pro fell off harv's civic smashing on the dual carridge way, so thats why we stopped on this day.
Also, i have no idea why my rear light was playing up, its never done it before & Hasnt done it since. must just be camera shy.
Anyway we will all be back with plenty of more videos of stupid honda's in the future. Thank's for viewing!
Honda Integra Type R DC5 JDM acceleration 0 - 138mph Top speed
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speedo in MPH
Acceleration 0 - 138 mph top speed.
Mugen front strut brace
Mugen rear strut brace
Front anti roll bar
Rear anti roll bar
Apexi lowered fully adjustable suspension with top mounts
Top fuel induction kit
Custom full Exhaust system with decat and manifold
C-west body kit
Carbon Kevlar bonnet
Work VS-XX Deep dish wheels in extreme gold
Honda Integra DC5 - Performance Parts Test + Hondata Dyno Tune - TWO
The aim of this test was the next round of modifications, having seen a drop in power using the Mugen Twinloop Exhaust we were keen to free up some of that lost power by replacing the Exhaust. We had seen previously that the RM01A performed well on the Dyno so we thought we would give that a go. Being Jasma rated should help keep the noise down in the cabin. Additionally, we knew that the final part of the intake left to modify was the airbox and filter. We had seen on a previous Dyno test that the RAM style intake setups seem to work the best. With that in mind we spoke to TGM and Tom agreed to design the new intake. The result were impressive across the board then once we had done a power test on the bolt-on's Fusion set about remapping the various engine parameters to increase the power and efficiency.
The car's spec at the end of this video is as follows:
Honda Integra DC5
ECU - Hondata Kpro - (fusion motorsport tuned)
DC Sports 4-1 manifold
TGM Custom Carbon Air Intake
Hondata Airbox Mod
Spoon Air Filter
Race Spec LSD
Eibach Coilovers (approx -50mm ride height)
Braided Brake lines
AP Racing Disks with Aluminium bell
Mintex 1144 pads
Standard Brembo 4pot Caliper
Rota Fighter 17 x 8 ET45
Bridgestone RE070 - 225/45/R17
NrG Carbon Fibre Spoiler (vertical struts painted in CW)
Ings Front Splitter
How To Adjust Valves Honda B18C VTEC 4 Cylinder -EricTheCarGuy
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VTEC explanation video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nc800hkqY2M
I think this might just about complete my valve adjustment videos on Honda engines. There are only a couple more that I can think of that I haven't covered like the Vigor 5 cylinder engine and the DOHC VTEC found in the NSX (that will be a fun one trust me) but that's about it. As you can see in the video this valve adjustment requires a special tool. You don't have to use the same one that I used in the video but you won't be able to accomplish this procedure without some sort of special tool. Once again make sure the engine is cold and it's probably not a bad idea to run back through them after you go through the first time just to make sure everything is still in spec, it's strange how one revolution of the crank shaft can change things. Otherwise good luck.
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