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    About Acura Integra Lighting

    In early 1986, a new Acura INTEGRA star was represented to the public. The name already spoke itself, saying that this car had everything included, because of its integrity. This exact model was initially designed and produced as a separate luxury brand that would appeal to the buyers. And the result was quite satisfactory thanks to the Acura Integra's harmony between the reliability and price range. Those who were looking for the car with high performance, appealing look and nice price found it all in the Acura Integra. This car still continues to compete with the global luxury car manufactures, creating more exclusive interior and exterior design.

    Up until the moment, Acura brand can claim the low percentage of failures in the car production. However, in order to prolong your car lifespan, it is highly important to make the regular car check-up and control whether all of the car spare parts work properly. Probably the most frequent problem usually occurs with the car lighting. Therefore, as soon as you notice your Acura Integra Lighting issues don't postpone and contact the CARiD professionals who will find the needed lighting part with a first time fit. Your car deserves to be lighted up in the best way!

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    Best of Custom Cars: 2000 Acura Integra GSR
    Best of Custom Cars: 2000 Acura Integra GSR

    An interesting story of one Acura Integra has been recently featured in the Import Tuner magazine.

    The 2000 Acura Integra GSR has been fully built by the NorCal-based street racing enthusiast Hai Le... in order to be fully totaled by its creator in about a year. Hai has been into car building since he was 16 years old, and by the age of 18 he opened his own body shop, Importwerkz Auto Body N Paint. He started to customize his Integra in 2006 and it took him one year to complete the car.

    This Integra GSR could be called Frankenstein, as most of the parts Hai used on it were bought used. Born from the ashes, the ride was capable of 398 hp and 354 lb-ft of torque. It featured a 2.1-liter turbocharged V-Tec engine, OEM Honda LSD driveline, Sprint Hart CPR street wheels, and Falken Ziex 512 street tires. For the exterior, the custom Integra had a JDM Integra Type R front-end conversion (front bumper, bumper support, fenders, hood, radiator support, headlights), JDM angler front license plate frame, JDM front lip spoiler, and Spoon side mirrors. The main interior highlights were the JDM Integra Type R door panels, dash, gauge cluster, console, Recaro seats, floor mats, steering wheel, Skunk 2 shift knob, andTakata harnesses.

    Even though the Integra was smashed badly against a guardrail, it kept a usable shape and Hai Le has transformed it into a new car, which was featured in the Honda Tuning magazine a year ago.