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CA: 1992 Integra LS 2-door, Clean Title

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  • CA: 1992 Integra LS 2-door, Clean Title

    After 9 great years, I've decided to sell my DA.

    I'm the 3rd owner. First owner was a girl that had a 3-year lease from the dealer. Second owner was a non-car guy that owned it from 1995-2009. I bought it from him in 2009 in completely stock condition. The interior was in great condition, which is what sold me on the car. The cloth seats showed practically no sign of wear. Previous owner was responsible and kept all service records (which I have).

    I immediately had it re-painted the stock Horizon Gray, shaved emblems, antenna and wing. Replaced all seals and suspension bushings with new factory parts (including rear trailing arm bushings). It's been a "weekend car" at best. Initially I drove it ~1000 miles per year, but since about 2011, it's been more like 200-300 miles per year. Consistently garage parked, away from the elements. I believe I've replaced just about every part that wears out, including things like relays.

    I bought brand new, in box, one-piece headlights, bumper lights, side markers and 3rd brake light, and many other miscellaneous parts.

    In March 2011 I bought a JDM Integra GS-R motor from HMO, who states motors average 40-50k miles. The GS-R transmission internals were swapped into the LS case to retain the cable clutch. I had an MFactory LSD installed at the same time. The car was BAR'd, and passes smog every 2 years with a stock USDM GS-R ECU.

    I had the air conditioning professional converted from R12 to R134a, this included buying various new parts from the dealer (~$800 job).

    Asking Price: $7500

    VIN JH4DA9351NS014459
    Chassis Miles: 276,917


    • Koni Yellow/Ground Control Coilover Conversion Kit (OTS spring rates)
    • Skunk2 rear lower control arms
    • Replaced factory bushings all around
    • ASR Sway Bar 7 Brace

    • Sprint Hart CP-F (Dunlop) wheels
    • BFgoodrich g-Force Rival S (205/50/15). Tires bought in 2016, probably have just a few hundred miles on them.
    • Project Kics R40 extended lug nuts
    • ARP extended studs - all 4 wheels
    • Brembo drilled/slotted rotors
    • JDM B18C (GS-R) Motor from HMO
    • Hasport Motor Mounts
    • Skunk2 Cams
    • Skunk2 Cam gears
    • Skunk2 Intake Manifold
    • Skunk2 Throttle Body
    • Injen 3" intake
    • JDM Integra Type-R Valve Cover
    • Mishimoto Radiator
    • DC Header
    • Tanabe Medalion cat-back exhaust; CA Legal Catalytic Converter
    • GSR Internals in LS Case
    • MFactory LSD
    • Type-R Shift rod/linkage
    • Hondata S200 on JDM ECU (Tuned)
    • Stock USDM B18C1 ECU
    • Odyssey PC680 Battery
    • GS-R Gauge Cluster
    • Mugen Pedals
    • Mugen Steering Wheel
    • NRG Quick Release
    • Mugen Shift Knob
    • Pioneer Stereo
    • Era-specific Alpine Amp
    • Boston Acoustic Front Speakers; Stock Rear
    • Vision front strut bar
    • JDM one-piece headlights (purchased brand new in box)
    • JDM thin moldings
    • Shaved emblems, antenna, wing
    Miscellaneous parts bought brand new from the dealer
    • Windshield cowl
    • Various dash trim pieces
    • Door/Window seals
    • Hood
    • Rear Bumper
    • Radiator overflow can
    • Windshield and moldings
    • Rear license plate lights & covers
    • 3rd brake light
    • JDM one-piece headlight rubber seals
    • Dash and cluster bulbs
    Car easily passes smog in CA with the stock GSR ECU. With JDM Type-R header, it made ~190HP & 146TQ on a Dyapack dyne. Surely making a bit less on the DC header.

    I still have the stock air box/intake pipe as well. Car is located in Southern California and is looking for a new forever home. Appreciate your interests!

    Last edited by pcolony; 30 Jun 2018, 19:34:28. Reason: Update suspension details (add ASR Swaybar)

  • #2
    i remember this build! worth every penny! good luck with the sale!


    • #3
      Hi, I'm local and interested in the Integra. Please PM me. Thanks.


      • #4
        Doesn't look like the forum supports PM, please email me at if you're interested.




        • #5
          Thanks. Email sent.


          • #6
            Wow. That car is mint. Good luck with sale


            • #7
              Really nice second gen


              • #8
                Thanks for the compliments on the car, appreciate it


                • #9
                  I wish i could buy this and bring it to Canada. Reminds me of my first DA, same color. sad to say someone stole it. i wonder what it would take to bring this to Toronto.


                  • #10
                    sent you an email.


                    • #11
                      Thanks for all the interest everyone, I sold the car back in August, it went to a good home.