DA Integra (90-93)
The DA Integra has been around for over 25 years, which means that there are plenty of parts available to enhance this well-developed platform. Let Full-Race be your performance partner in the project! Add boost to your B-series with one of our turbo kits. These packages take the guesswork out of the build, all you must do is decide if you want to use a BorgWarner or a Garrett turbocharger, and which turbo size fits your needs. If you prefer to piece together your own kit, Full-Race offers a broad selection of turbo manifolds along with turbochargers from BorgWarner, Garrett and Precision Turbo. We’ve also got intercoolers, charge pipe kits and wastegates from TiAL Sport and Turbosmart. After adding power under the hood, be sure to add Full-Race traction bars to ensure optimum traction and handling.
The Integra proved to be one of the most popular sport compact platforms of the 90s. Based on the number sold, the DA Integra (1990-93) was arguably the better seller in America, with over 262,000 units sold in four years. By comparison, its successor, the DC2 Integra, sold just over 314,000 units over the course of eight years (1994-2002). All three trim packages (RS, LS, GS) featured a dual overhead camshaft 1.8-liter variant (B18A1) of the venerable B-series engine, while the GS-R came with a variable valve timing and lift electronic control (VTEC)-equipped (B17A1) B-series engine.
The First Affordable American VTEC Car
The 92-93 model year was an exciting one for Honda fanatics as the first attainable VTEC application finally arrived on US shores. Of course, the VTEC-equipped NSX came out a couple of years earlier, but that’s a supercar rather than a sport compact. Boasting 160 horsepower from its 1.7-liter VTEC engine, the first Integra GS-R gave enthusiasts a taste of high-revving variable valve-timing horsepower for the masses. A total of just under 3,900 GS-R models were sold from 1992-93.