What Are the Specs for an Integra GSR?


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The 1996 Acura Integra GSR had a 1,797 cubic centimeters 1.8 liter in-line four engine with an 81 millimeter bore and 87.2 millimeter stroke. Also it had a ten compression ratio, light alloy block and head, four valves per cylinder and a double overhead cam.

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This model of GSR produced a maximum output of 170 horsepower at 7,600 revolutions per minute and 128 foot pounds of torque at 6,200 revolutions per minute. It had a multi-point injection variable intake manifold electronic fuel system, and a 13.2 gallon tank. The EPA estimated fuel economy is 25 miles per gallon in city environments and 31 miles per gallon on highways.

This GSR had four-wheel Anti-Lock Brakes, a 4.4:1 axle ratio, four disc brakes including two ventilated discs, and a wishbone front and rear suspension independent with stabilizer bar and coil springs. The gross vehicle weight rating is 3,680 pounds, while its curb weight is 2,667 pounds.

The overall length of the body is 172.4 inches, its width is 67.3 inches, and its height is 52.6 inches. It has a ground clearance of 5.9 inches. Its wheelbase measures 101.2 inches. The curb to curb turning circle is 38.4 feet. The cargo capacity with the rear seat up is 13.3 cubic feet.

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