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The Integra Type R is powered by a special B18C5, 195-horsepower, 1.8-liter, dual overhead cam, 16-valve, VTEC inline 4-cylinder engine. This engine puts out more horsepower per liter than any other normally aspirated mass-produced car in the U.S.
Features unique to the Type R are: hand-polished intake and exhaust ports and a single-port intake manifold, a larger-diameter exhaust system to allow larger volume flow, a torque-sensitive helical limited slip differential.
The interior of the Type R also has a distinct racing look, highlighted by sport-style seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter knob, exclusive Type R ignition key, special serial number plate affixed to the center console, and a carbon fiber-like instrumentation design with amber illumination.
Additional differences between the GS-R and the Type R include: Overall vehicle weight reduced by 93 lbs. (42 kg). Lower overall height (by 15 mm) and aerodynamic refinements that result in 30% less lift and 1% less drag. Racetrack-calibrated suspension and high-performance tires. Larger disc brakes with performance-oriented calipers. Refined Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS). Reinforced body structure.
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