1996 Honda Integra Type R

HaSport mounts
Hondata S300
CTR pistons
ARP head studs
Toda Spec B cams
Toda valvesprings
Toda cam gears
Toda header
Hondata intake manifold gasket
Vision 2.5-inch muffler
Custom 3-inch turndown
2.5-inch T1R B-pipe
T1R resonated test pipe
Spoon Sports throttle body
Password:JDM Kevlar intake
ITR intake/Spoon filter, street
Adam West engine harness
RC 310 injectors
Fluidyne radiator
Spoon Sports radiator hoses
2001 ITR transmission
Exedy Stage I clutch
Toda flywheel
MFactory 4.9 final drive
Spoon Sports clutch line
Spoon Sports oil pan heat tape
Spoon Sports valve cover
Spoon Sports Kevlar plug cover
Spoon Sports magnetic drain plugs
Spoon Sports radiator stays
Spoon Sports radiator cap
Spoon Sports oil cap
Spoon Sports engine damper
Spoon Sports Certified #709

Spoon Sports coilovers
Spoon Sports front/rear tower bars
Spoon Sports rear lower tie-bar
Spoon Sports Rigid collar kit
Energy Suspension master kit
Next Miracle X bar
Hardrace front/rear sway bar endlinks
RHD manual Civic steering rack

Spoon Sports calipers
Hawk HP+ pads
Brembo discs
Spoon Sports master cylinder brace
Motul RBF 600 fluid

Wheels & Tires
Desmond Regamaster 16×7+45
Bridgestone Potenza RE-11 205/45-16
Spoon Sports lug nuts

SHG front splitter
Spoon Sports carbon-fiber lip
Spoon Sports carbon hood, painted
Spoon Sports carbon-fiber mirrors
Spoon Sports decal kit
Honda Access window visors
J’s Racing front towhook

Spoon Sports Kevlar seats
Spoon Sports ’96-spec cluster
Spoon Sports steering wheel
NRG slim hub/quick-release
Yellow stitched ITR rear seats
Yellow stitched ITR shift boot
ITRx pedals
JDM double-din radio block-off

Mom and Dad, my girlfriend Erika for putting up with me, the car, and the 7,000-mile trip to Eibach and back. Shaun Ryan Joseph (oldskool), Sean Bradford, RHDJonWRd, Freddy, Ferdie, Ruben, SHGEvan, SHGMike, Jon Walker, Mike at Charm City Tuning, Dougy Fresh German, My brother Joel, Chris Hackley and Garage29, Drew the prep Allen, Chris Minor, Scott Childs, Mikey Rodriquez, Adam West, Nick Haines (Nhswaps13203)—RIP homies (thanks for being a part of this build and good friends), and any other friend who has helped me get this car to where it is today.

Owner Specs

Daily grind

Favorite sites
NWP4Life, Honda-Tech,

Screen names
Shg_Dan, AllmotorDan, StockMotorDan, RHDDan

Building Hondas
10 years

Dream car
My car

Future project Redo every panel on this car with new OEM stuff

Type R? Lies!
With as much information available to us as we can possibly absorb via magazines and the Internet, many in the Honda community are so quick to point fingers that they forget to do their research. For example, Honda Tuning Magazine’s Facebook page once displayed a photo of Dan’s car and the naysayers had a field day. Their gripe—if it’s a real ITR, why does it have only four lugs? The answer of course is that this is a ’96 ITR, which was equipped with a 4×114.3 pattern from the factory, rather than the more popular five-lug pattern that Civics and Integras often upgrade to. We were then challenged on how it could possibly be a ’96, when the ITR didn’t even come out until 1997. That’s true…in the U.S., but Dan’s is direct from Japan, where the ITR’s run began in 1996.”
Honda Tuning Magazine

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