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Old 07-11-2007, 07:50 PM   #1
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i saw a dc1 jdm integra front end for sale. The description says its from a 97 integra in japan. I thought the 94-01 integras were dc2's. anyone know what a dc1 integra is?
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Someone didn't know what they were talking about.

Just like that kid that said he loved the integra for its "rally front end"
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DC1 is what is reffered to non GSR and Type-R models in Japan. According to couple of websites they come with a ZC engine.
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I've seen pictures of Integas with single cam engines stock in Japan. I think it was a ZC code engine although I haven't ever heard much of them. Who knows, a nice front end is a nice front end.
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yes in europe also. a DC1 is just a integra with a single cam ZC motor.
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Someone didn't know what they were talking about.

Just like that kid that said he loved the integra for its "rally front end"
Tizight doesnt know what he's talking about

DC1 is a basic model, single cam Integra from Japan. As such:





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omg!!!!! like, OMG a single-cam Integra!!!!!!! oh the horror!!!!!

*pfftttt*

a quick archive search revealed 11 threads with DC1 in the thread title, like so:

http://www.honda-tech.com/zerosearch?id=33165802

So let me be the first to say, search next time.
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Old 07-12-2007, 05:46 AM   #8
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DC2+D16=DC1
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are you sure?

Maybe it's DC1 + B18C = DC2, or DC1 + B18B = DC4

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geeze, the dash looks ugly without the passenger airbag, or without the tray
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damn, that JDM front end is dead sexy!

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geeze, the dash looks ugly without the passenger airbag, or without the tray
So you're saying all the RHD JDM type r's dashes look ugly?

I think it looks hella clean
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DC1 is what is reffered to non GSR and Type-R models in Japan. According to couple of websites they come with a ZC engine.
yes the DC1 = Single cam

DC2= dual cam= u.s. models
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Tizight doesnt know what he's talking about

DC1 is a basic model, single cam Integra from Japan. As such:





iam selling that sterring wheel if any one interested??? heeh
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damn, that JDM front end is dead sexy!
that's a 94-95 JDM Integra, which had the same front end as USDM. The 96-up DC1 chassis had the same JDM front end (with chrome headlights) that so many people jock on here.

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So you're saying all the RHD JDM type r's dashes look ugly?

I think it looks hella clean
Japan didn't adopt airbag requirements as early as we did here. Type R's either had an airbag or a hole for an airbag with a block-off tray.

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yes the DC1 = Single cam

DC2= dual cam= u.s. models
The JDM SiR, SiR-G, and Type R were all DC2 chassis also. It wasn't limited to US only.

Man I hate these threads that spread mis-information by the droves
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that's a 94-95 JDM Integra, which had the same front end as USDM. The 96-up DC1 chassis had the same JDM front end (with chrome headlights) that so many people jock on here.

Japan didn't adopt airbag requirements as early as we did here. Type R's either had an airbag or a hole for an airbag with a block-off tray.

The JDM SiR, SiR-G, and Type R were all DC2 chassis also. It wasn't limited to US only.

Man I hate these threads that spread mis-information by the droves
Thats Honda tech for you!!!
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Quote, originally posted by mike-y
damn, that JDM front end is dead sexy!

that's a 94-95 JDM Integra, which had the same front end as USDM. The 96-up DC1 chassis had the same JDM front end (with chrome headlights) that so many people jock on here.


^ i think he was being sarcastic

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CARMA I stand corrected.
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Tizight doesnt know what he's talking about

DC1 is a basic model, single cam Integra from Japan. As such:





WOW, the interior for that 94-97 integra is like USDM 98-01 interior, I didn't even know they had those front ends in Japan. i guess it's true they have everything ahead of us a little bit, for an older car that looks pretty damn new,,, expletive USDM
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Tizight doesnt know what he's talking about

DC1 is a basic model, single cam Integra from Japan. As such:

look at those dual carbs---lol i didnt know the teg came like that--good find!!!!!
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98+ all JDM Teg have the "Type R front" In 96-97 ONLY the Type R has that front. The rest have the normal 94-97

There is no SiR.

94-97 = Si VTEC

98-01 = SiR-G

There was an SiR version of the integra in 96 and 97 that had the "Type-R front".
just had a smaller spoilier like the usdm GS-R
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98+ all JDM Teg have the "Type R front" In 96-97 ONLY the Type R has that front. The rest have the normal 94-97
Nope. Only 93.5-95 model years in Japan got the 4-eyed front end.


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There is no SiR.

94-97 = Si VTEC

98-01 = SiR-G
oops yea I meant Si-VTEC

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There was an SiR version of the integra in 96 and 97 that had the "Type-R front".
just had a smaller spoilier like the usdm GS-R
Nah it was called Si-VTEC (the JDM version of the GS-R). I had it wrong.

Here's an Integra time line off the Japanese Honda website, if anybody can read Japanese:



*edit*
n/m there was an Integra SiR along with the SiR-G that came out sometime around 1998, according to the Japanese Honda site. My guess is it had the B18B engine.

1993.5 Integra Si-VTEC:


Here we have a 96-model year 4-door 1.6L Xi-G Integra, with the "JDM" front end:


And the 96-spec Type R:


Another 4-door 1.6L Integra, this time a 1998 model year. Notice the Type R front lip and rear wing. Kinda like a 1.6L GS or Special Edition (sporty looks but crappy motor)


And the 98-spec Type R:



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^WTF?
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Type R's either had an airbag or a hole for an airbag with a block-off tray.
I think you are mistaken. R's definately had smooth dashes without SRS. This is Jeremy.'s 98 spec.

Edit: Aren't airbag trays a CDM market item?

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That appears to be a 96-spec, with no driver side airbag either.

I'm willing to bet the 98-spec cars with driver side airbag had a passenger side airbag, also.
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