2000 Acura Integra
As if the construction of...
As if the construction of the car is not artistic enough, the door panels have been airbrushed with dragons and other mythological beasts. Cool.
This NACA duct leads to an...
This NACA duct leads to an intake chamber near the cowl where the turbos ingest their fill of ambient air.
Weight savings was a concern...
Weight savings was a concern as these holes in the door jambs attest to. But at 2,260 pounds with driver, the car could use a Weight Watchers program.
Twin APEXi AX53B70-P21 turbos
Twin pumps, APEXi regulator, custom rail, 1000cc injectors
Custom direct fire
Modified stock manifold, Infiniti Q45 throttle body
Dual 46mm titanium
APEXi race-spec wastegate, AVC-R controller
APEXi Power FC
|RT ||.728 |
|60 ft. ||1.529 |
|330 ||3.915 |
|1/8 ||5.823 |
|mph ||128.60 |
|1000 ||7.475 |
|1/4 ||8.846 |
|mph ||161.34 |
Late Breaking News
APEXi Drag Integra blasts an 8.84 @ 161 mph at the IDRC Lone Star Nats test-'n-tune session in San Antonio, TX.
The X-Trac runs a triple-plate...
The X-Trac runs a triple-plate Ogura clutch, a lightweight Ogura flywheel and spins R32 Skyline axles.
Here we see the traditional...
Here we see the traditional shock. It is a dummy shock and is put there because of the rules.
This longitudinal shock is...
This longitudinal shock is the real deal. It runs lengthwise and helps achieve the proper weight transfer at launch.