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91 Integra Manual

In North America, the Integra was sold under the Acura nameplate. Acura offered three trim levels (RS, LS and GS) for 1990 and 1991 model years and added a fourth trim level (GS-R) beginning in May 1992. Model choices consisted of a 3-door liftback and a new 4-door sedan. All trim levels were available with a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission except for the GS-R which was only offered in a 5-speed manual with shorter gearing than other trim levels.

91 Integra Manual

The second generation Integra coupe is 4.2 in (107 mm) longer overall and 1.8 in (46 mm) wider than the previous generation. A new 1.8-liter DOHC 4-cylinder engine producing 130 HP was standard. ABS was standard on the GS model and motorized front shoulder belts were standard on all US-market models, while the Canadian market models had the manual front shoulder belts.

For the 1992 and 1993 model years, Acura offered a GS-R model. The GS-R liftback came only with a 5-speed manual transmission and 1.7-liter B17A1 DOHC VTEC 4-cylinder engine with 160 hp (119 kW). The GS-R model came with a rear spoiler and 195/60/VR14 tires and alloy wheels.

In 1995, Honda introduced the Integra Type R to the Japanese domestic market.[23] The Japanese specification Type R came standard with a 147 kW (200 PS; 197 hp) factory-tuned variant of the B18C engine. Power figures varied slightly between markets, with USDM cars putting out 145 kW (198 PS; 195 hp) and UK-spec cars making 139 kW (190 PS; 187 hp). Equipped with a close ratio 5-speed manual transmission and a helical-type limited-slip differential, the Integra Type R had significantly improved performance and handling relative to the GS-R/Si/SiR-G Integra.

The Type R (Japanese market only) came standard with a K20A 220 hp (164 kW) 2.0 L DOHC i-VTEC four-cylinder engine. The "i" in i-VTEC stands for intelligent VTEC, which employs VTC (Variable Timing Control) to advance or retard the intake cam timing within a 50 degree range. The Integra Type R came equipped with Recaro seats, four-piston Brembo front brakes, a close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission, a limited-slip differential, variable back-pressure exhaust system, and a stiffer suspension.

Acura officially confirmed that the upcoming 2023 Integra will be offered with a six-speed manual gearbox, continuing the legacy of its predecessors. This means it will be one of the few new models offered with a manual, in a market filled with automatic transmissions.

(1) Background: To compare the results of a new intraoperative contactless device (INTEGRA Optomed, Poland) with the result of a manual method for determining the axis for toric intraocular lens implantation. (2) Material and Methods: This retrospective observational study included 60 eyes of 40 patients (17 men, 23 women) who had toric intraocular lenses implanted. A video recording of each surgery that used the INTEGRA system was made for the analysis. Two researchers then independently assessed the location of the implant axes determined with both digital and manual slit-lamp methods, and compared the results between methods. (3) Results: The implantation axes suggested through the manual and INTEGRA methods were similar. The median axis disparities were 0.0 degrees for both groups. The standard deviation was 0.63 and 0.75 for researcher 1 and 2, respectively. The dominant value was 0.0 in both groups. The INTEGRA axis designation was statistically significantly different from the manual method for researcher 1 (p

The last 3 characters are broken down into 3 parts. "A" generally is used for US ECUs. "G" is European, and "J" is Japanese. There are other versions of this, but you get the idea. The second digit "0" typically means manual transmission, where a "5" means automatic transmission, and the last digit "1" is the version number.

Autologous heterogeneous skin construct is not without its limitations. One of the main considerations before using AHSC, especially in pediatric patients, is the overall time to achieve epithelial closure. In this series, it took a median of 69 days (range = 26-101 days) to achieve complete epithelial closure, which can be lengthy for dressing changes in children. The closure time reported in this series is slightly inflated because of its retrospective nature and lack of a formalized study protocol for precise postoperative follow-up. Of note, if time to closure is the primary goal when treating a wound with AHSC, delayed skin grafting can be pursued immediately after deep structures are covered with vascular tissue, analogous to dermal matrix reconstruction followed by delayed grafting. This approach is worth considering for certain patients, such as adult manual laborers wishing early return to work. However, in this pediatric cohort, a primary goal was to avoid skin graft donor sites and to deliver functional outcomes; therefore, it was decided to provide the wounds with adequate time for complete epithelial closure without additional procedures. Additionally, it is difficult to predict or optimize cosmetic outcomes. Areas within the wound that develop hypergranulation tissue correlated with areas that healed with increased scarring. Ultimately, the goal was return of function, which was accomplished consistently. 041b061a72


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