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Old 03-08-2005, 05:05 PM
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Feel free to reply and add your own links that you feel will assist your fellow Premieres:

USEFUL THREADS:

GLENN'S SPEED TICKET THREAD
http://torontointegras.ca/forums/showthread.php?t=10181

HELM'S MANUAL
http://torontointegras.ca/forums/showthread.php?t=7091

MSN ADDRESSES
http://torontointegras.ca/forums/showthread.php?t=7536


FYST - Fight Your Speeding Ticket
http://www.magma.ca/~fyst/

Highway Traffic Act R.S.O. 1990, CHAPTER H.8
http://www.e-laws.gov.on.ca/DBLaws/S...sh/90h08_e.htm

Toronto Gas Prices
http://www.torontogasprices.com/

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0-60 & 1/4 mile times
http://www.albeedigital.com/supercou...0-60times.html

Honda Engine Codes
http://4thgenaccord.8m.net/enginecodes.htm

General Recalls on Automotive Vehicles
http://www.alldata.com/recalls/index.html

Originally posted by acurreo

The Weather Network - Toronto
http://weather.ca/weather/cities/can/Pages/CAON0696.htm

Originally posted by SIC1

Speeding Ticket Related
http://www.sportbikeguy.com/garage/b...iolations.html
http://www.gtamotorcycle.com/viewtopic.php?t=22944

Originally posted by GMAN

http://www.integra.orcon.net.nz/

Originally posted by Platinum Playa

Credit card debt Calculator
http://hffo.cuna.org/cc_payoff.html?sub_id=14082

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Graphed Difference Between Integra Transmissions

http://www.fatboyraceworks.com/gears/

Tire Size Calculator

http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html

What Oil Filter Is Best Answered

http://www.oilfilterstudy.com/

Oil Filter Part Numbers for different brands

PureONE PL14460
Purolator Oil Filter L14460
OEM - 15208AA060
K&N - HP-1004
Amsoil - SDF-20
Mobil 1- M1-104
Trak Auto M4460
Wix 51334
Fram 3593A

Stock Fuel Presure's

GSR/Type R B18C1/B18C5 w/vacuum connected = 38 - 46psi
w/ vacuum disconnected = 47 - 54psi

Civic B16a2 w/ vacuum connected = 30 - 37psi
w/ vacuum disconnected = 40 - 47psi

LS b18b1 w/ vacuum connected = 31 - 36psi
w/ vacuum disconnected = 40 - 47psi

CRV b20b w/ vacuum connected = 30 - 37psi
w/ vacuum disconnected = 38 - 46psi

CRV b20z w/ vacuum connected = 31 - 38psi
w/ vacuum disconnected = 40 - 47psi


*How-To* Calculate RPM Landing after Upshift

What you need to know is the Gear Ratio's for each gear and it depends at what rpm you shift at.

You can find the gear ratio's for tegs and civic's here.


http://www.g-speed.com/pbh/guide.html

Formula

1st -> 2nd : rpm you shift at or redline x (2nd gear ratio/1st gear ratio) = landing rpm in second gear
2nd -> 3rd : rpm you shift at or redline x (3rd gear ratio/2nd gear ratio) = landing rpm in 3rd gear
3rd -> 4th : rpm you shift at or redline x (4th gear ratio/3rd gear ratio) = landing rpm in 4th gear
4th -> 5th : rpm you shift at or redline x (5th gear ratio/4th gear ratio) = landing rpm in 5th gear


Here's a example that I made up below. BTW I rounded the number to nearest 100rpm.

94-01 LS/GS/RS/SE
1st Gear Ratio 3.230
2nd Gear Ratio 1.900
3rd Gear Ratio 1.269
4th Gear Ratio 0.966
5th Gear Ratio 0.714
Final Gear 4.266
Redline (RPM) 6800

1st -> 2nd : 6800rpm x (1.900/3.230) = 4000rpm
2nd -> 3rd : 6800rpm x (1.269/1.900) = 4500rpm
3rd -> 4th : 6800rpm x (0.966/1.269) = 5200rpm
4th -> 5th : 6800rpm x (0.714/0.966) = 5000rpm

ITR Tranny 96-97 Spec
1st Gear Ratio 3.230
2nd Gear Ratio 2.105
3rd Gear Ratio 1.458
4th Gear Ratio 1.107
5th Gear Ratio 0.848
Final Gear 4.400
Redline (RPM) 9200

9000 Redline

1st -> 2nd : 9000 x (2.105/3.230) = 5800 rpm
2nd -> 3rd : 9000 x (1.458/2.105) = 6200 rpm
3rd -> 4th : 9000 x (1.107/1.458) = 6800 rpm
4th -> 5th : 9000 x (0.848/1.107) = 6900 rpm

Notice the final drive has nothing to do with what rpm you land at when you upshift. Hope that clears up some of the confusion.

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Bolt Grade Markings and Strength Chart

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General Engine Overhaul Procedures as per haynes manual.

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Wow Great post, hope it gets stickied somewhere.
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indeed. very helpful, should answer a lot of questions.
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Team Integra Articles - Team Integra

articles for a very wide range of things integra related
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Wow I wonder how I missed this beautiful thread.
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If anyone is doing any projects, this link will help you a lot

Just put in your car make, year and model and it will show you all diagrams once you click on the part.

Acura Parts @ AcuraAutomotiveParts.org - Genuine Acura OEM Parts from Acura Carland
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AcuraOEMParts.com is another one. it's good to look up part numbers so that when you call the dealership, give them the numbers and you're guaranteed to get the right parts.
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Yea, i went to acura with parts in hand(my thread called "What parts are these"). The certified parts mechanic did not have a clue what they were for.
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