Acura Integra GS-R was created in 1992.
It doesn't have one.
The fuel filter on a Acura Integra is located near the rear of the engine. More specifically it is mounted on the firewall of the engine bay.
Should be located inside transmission pan.
A standard GS engine which is a B18B1 has an output of about 142hp the GS-R has an output of 170hp (B18C1) A type R engine which is a B18C5 has an output of 195hp.
ya for sure, any B18 engine can fit in an integra. I don't know why you would want to swap in a slower engine tho... The GSR engine is a B18c which comes with VTEC pulling out about 178 hp @ 7600 rpm and a GS/LS/RS usually come with a B18b Non VTEC pulling out about 142 hp @ 6300 rpm.
Integra RS,GS,LS,SE (engine code: b18b1) 4.0 quarts Integra GSR (engine code: b18c1) & Type R (engine code: b18c5) 4.2 quarts
Approximately 4.5 quarts on a 1996 Integra GS-R (So it should be close for the '95). Approximately 4.5 quarts on a 1996 Integra GS-R (So it should be close for the '95).
97 acura integra had 140hp but the gs-r has 170hp and the type r has 190hp
For the most part all acura integras (RS, LS, GS) have pretty much the same 1.8L engine making 140 hp. If its a GSR, then they make 170 hp stock.
124 mph electronically governed