whats the best motor for a 2000 gsr integra

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Asked by Aug 22, 2009 at 10:12 PM about the 2000 Acura Integra

Question type: Car Customization

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any body know

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depends on what you wanna do and how much money you wanna spend. you can keep the b18c1 that its has or put a jdm b18c1 in for a lil more power. theres also the type r route with a b18c5 but its more expensive. i have an ls that i plan on swapping in a jrsc k20 from my buddys wrecked rsx type s. It basically come down to what you want for power and how much your willing to spend. If your motor is bad and need a new hers what i would probably do. I'd look for a jdm b18c1 do some head and block work turbo it and run 10-12lbs boost. and if you run that with the hondata s300 im sure you will not be disapointed and your keeping the same gsr motor

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