This absolutely gorgeous Type R is one of those great examples of a ride that does not require a killer stance to gain attention. Instead, this beauty uses tasteful, authentic parts from Mugen, J's Racing and others to break necks. Photos by Yoshitaka Kato via FLICKR
A photo shoot had been long overdue, so I decided to hit up my friend Matt for a shoot of his beautiful DC5 over the weekend. It was the first time seeing his car in person, but I knew he had done some nice things to it recently. One of the thing that I love... Continue Reading →
One of my favorite at the moment, this Midori DC5 is an absolute stunner. I absolutely love all the combination of colors with the seats, the body paint, and the wheels. Absolute perfection. Photos by Lam Le via FLICKR
Yup, it's another car from Canada, and yup it's clean as hell! This is pretty close to what I would describe as the perfect Integra, it's not overly done up and it's got the right parts in all the right places. My favorite aspect of this car is of course, the combination of the white... Continue Reading →
This Integra below is one of the most aggressive that I've ever seen. It's rocking some sleek over-fenders, C-West N1 front bumper and side skirts, fully caged, and also a gigantic carbon GT wing.
This uber clean DC2 is one of the features that you will find in the Feb/Mar 2012 issue of Honda Tuning. This beast is rocking all the right parts which includes a fully-built/ITB equipped K20 motor, a set of iconic TE37 wheels, and fully ITR aero among other parts. Photos by Faiz Rahman
The Acura RSX, or Honda Integra is by far one of my favorite sporty FF coupes. With a proven K20 power plant and sexy exterior, it's hard not to like it. And once you modify it, the capabilities are endless, like this pearlescent green RSX you see below. Rocking a set of aggressive Mag Blue... Continue Reading →
Have you ever seen a car that makes you think, "wow, it can't get any better than this". Well, I've seen it in this Integra Type R below. It's rocking a host of JDM parts as far as the eye can see, most notably, the staggered set of white Volk Racing TE37s. As an enthusiast... Continue Reading →
Although this beautiful RSX is not a real Type R, it sure does have a lot of JDM goodies to pass as one! This super clean RSX is sitting on a set of aggressive Work XT7, which goes along with a classy OEM aero, Mugen pieces, and a host of other authentic pieces. Photos by... Continue Reading →
If you are a Honda enthusiast, then most likely you will drool over this car one way or another. Not only is this Integra a prestigious JDM RHD Type R model, it's also K20 swapped. However, some might argue that a Type R should be left to its original specs, but the K20 is a... Continue Reading →
It's not often you see a trio of nicely modified cars in a photo shoot, and all with eerily similar modifications. So, when I stumbled upon these photos, I knew I had to post them. As the title states, this was a DC5 only shoot, and each one is as legit as the other.
Here is the first part of MoMoHitsTheSpot!'s coverage of the April 3rd Japan Relief Gathering held in San Francisco. It was a great day of beautiful cars, weather, and a perfect view of the San Francisco Bay. But most importantly.....it was a day where Bay Area enthusiasts gathered for a great cause, I tip my... Continue Reading →
I'm not sure if it was the paint job, or the JDM front, or the Work Equips, but this Integra definitely caught my attention! Photos by Ricky Deng
Sometimes you come across cars that would stop you in your tracks and make you think twice and say...'Wow! this is pretty damn nice!' Well, this happened to me when I laid eyes on this Mugen-inspired RSX. And when I say Mugen-inspired...I'm pretty much talking about the whole exterior of the car, minus of course... Continue Reading →
The Integra Type R.....used to be and still a pinnacle of FWD tuning. It's limited production numbers and incredible performance value makes the Type R a highly sought-after car in all markets of the world. In America, only the coupe version was imported, so many forget that the Type R has a 4 door counterpart... Continue Reading →