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    95 Renault Sport Spider vs 2001 Honda Integra Type iS

    General specifications
    Record last updated Before 12 / 01 / 2004
    Country of origin France
    Years of production 1996 - 1999
    Introduced at 1995 Geneva Motorshow
    Numbers built 1640
    Body design N/A
    Weight 930 kilo / 2050.3 lbs
    Drivetrain
    Engine Straight 4 F7R
    Engine Location Mid , transversely mounted
    Displacement 1.998 liter / 121.9 cu in
    Valvetrain 4 valves / cylinder, DOHC
    Fuel feed Fuel injection
    Aspiration Naturally Aspirated
    Gearbox 5 speed Manual
    Drive Rear wheel drive
    Performance figures
    Power 150 bhp / 112 KW @ 6000 rpm
    Torque 185 Nm / 136 ft lbs @ 4500 rpm
    BHP/Liter 75 bhp / liter
    Power to weight ratio 0.16 bhp / kg
    Top Speed 215 km/h / 134 mph
    0-60 mph Acceleration 6.7 s





    Manufacturer: Honda
    Type: S-4
    DOHC
    16 valves total
    4 valves per cylinder
    Bore x stroke: 86.00mm 86.00mm
    Bore / stroke ratio: 1
    Displacement: 1998 cc 121.92 cu in
    Compression: 9.80:1
    Fuel system: Ho PGM-Fi fuel inj.
    Aspiration: Normal
    Catalytic Converter: Y
    Max. output: 160.2 PS (158.0 bhp) (117.8 kW)@6500 rpm
    Max. torque: 191.0 Nm (141 lbft) (19.5 kgm)@4000 rpm
    Coolant: Water
    Specific output: 79.1 bhp/litre
    Specific torque: 95.6 Nm/litre
    Power to weight: 135.04 bhp/ton
    Engine location: Front
    Engine alignment: Transverse
    Transmission: 5M
    Drive: FWD
    Top gear ratio: 0.74
    Final drive ratio: 4.39
    Top Speed 217 km/h / 135 mph
    0-60 mph Acceleration 7.0 s





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    So what? Should there be a poll?
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    I'll take the Integra because its more practical...and an integra.

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    Your other comparison made more sense. The F7R-powered Renault coupe against the type-R Accord, IIRC...

    The S2000 vs. Renault Spider would make more sense. 2-seaters, RWD, convertible, etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by PerfAdv
    Your other comparison made more sense. The F7R-powered Renault coupe against the type-R Accord, IIRC...

    The S2000 vs. Renault Spider would make more sense. 2-seaters, RWD, convertible, etc
    I agree, but out of those 2, I take the Renault, with a windscreen please...
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Canuck
    I'll take the Integra because its more practical...and an integra.
    i agree with this man
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    Sport spider of course..
    It's so unpractical.. you just have to love it

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    I think this is a great comparison, another that I've actually had to stop and think about!

    I'll take the Integra... brand loyalty and practicality and weather protection and whatnot

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    i don't think those numbers on the integra are right. in the states its sold as an acura rsx (type s) and its got 200 hp. i'm pretty sure the 05 model bumped that up to 205 hp. my dad has one and he lets me drive it every so often, its amazing, but the shifter could be a little better (less stiff).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zorlox
    i don't think those numbers on the integra are right. in the states its sold as an acura rsx (type s) and its got 200 hp. i'm pretty sure the 05 model bumped that up to 205 hp. my dad has one and he lets me drive it every so often, its amazing, but the shifter could be a little better (less stiff).
    If I'm not mistaken at first there also was available a 160bhp version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zorlox
    i don't think those numbers on the integra are right. in the states its sold as an acura rsx (type s) and its got 200 hp. i'm pretty sure the 05 model bumped that up to 205 hp. my dad has one and he lets me drive it every so often, its amazing, but the shifter could be a little better (less stiff).
    The Honda Integra Type-R was marketed for Japan, and the version before was also available in Europe. The horsepower was mildly changed in Japan to 220bhp.

    Do not assume that America is the world, specs change a lot in different countries. The Integra is marketed as a hardcore, stripped-out sportscar in Japan, quite contrary to the luxury image of Acura in America.

    I heard that the Integra is like driving an S2000... I'd love to have a go, shame that Honda decided not to let us have it

    The Type iS seen here is the lesser version, with less tuning.
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    I think the pictures of the Type R have confused everybody.

    I'd take the Renault, without the windscreen and in blue, it just looks awesome.

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    What cars would be the best competition for the Renault Super Spider?

    Lotus Elise
    Tommy ZZ

    Which would win?........I vote Elise

    How about the proposed Lotus Track Car and the Ariel Atom? Too track oriented?

    EDIT: Added pic of "Track Car".
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    This comparo sucks. However, the Renault for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PerfAdv
    What cars would be the best competition for the Renault Super Spider?

    Lotus Elise
    Its more MR2 than Elise.

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