View Full Version : Integra in ITA

08-06-2002, 12:06 AM
Heard the Integra RS is being classified in ITA.
Couple questions:
(Don't have the latest GCR handy)
Anyone knows the min. weight?
Which years are allowed?
Is it going to compete with the CRX?


08-06-2002, 04:27 PM
I built a 92 acura integra it seems to be the car that can and will beat the CRX as soon as i get everything sorted out.

ITA Integra

Tom Blaney
08-06-2002, 04:49 PM
WOW http://Forums.ImprovedTouring.com/it/eek.gif http://Forums.ImprovedTouring.com/it/eek.gif That's a bold statement

08-06-2002, 04:55 PM
I think the guys from the honda-tech forum are tired of me saying this, but a local former CRX driver built a ITA integra and beat all his previous lap records and won the season and west coast runoffs. needless to say, he said he wouldnt go back. im wondering when the rest of the country is going to figure this out.

92-93 LS engines were tweaked for more horsepower than 90-91, so i think thats the years you want. check the other post for more details.

[This message has been edited by Tyson (edited August 06, 2002).]

B Breon
08-07-2002, 08:59 AM
Are you talking about the 94+ Integra RS as the newly classed car? At only 2 HP more than a 92-93 Integra GS and roughly the same weight, I guess it wouldn't be too much of a stretch.

08-08-2002, 12:52 AM
I missed a FasTrack or something - when was the 94+ RS listed and at what weight?



08-08-2002, 01:24 AM
I never got the weight on the approved ITA Integra (92-93)
Anyone has it?
Anyone has set one up yet?
What works shocks/Spring rates?


08-08-2002, 01:16 PM
There are many 92-93 LS Integras for sale on Autotrader. The cars have high mileage and go for about $4000. Better deals are to be found.

08-08-2002, 08:29 PM
The 90-93 Integra (1835cc) is listed at 2480# in ITA - with 14" wheels. By my math, it has the best power/weight ratio of the ITA Honda products, applying a 115% of stock estimate of IT-spec power. This guesstimate MIGHT be low, however, since logic suggests that these engines will respond reasonably well to chip changes and top-end work...

I thought that you were looking for the specs for the newer generation (post '94) in A, thinking that someone said it had been moved from ITS. At this point, I do not believe that it HAS, but it is interesting that it is listed in S at 2555#. This is, of course, ignoring that the same source lists the newer car as 25 pounds LIGHTER than the '90-93 model.

Another thing that makes you go, "hmmm". Or pound your forehead to a pulp on your keyboard - whichever.