No, the Honda Civic springs is not compatible with any generation of the Honda Prelude.
the 1993 Prelude has shocks
Yes, but you will need 96-98 springs (preferly lowering springs). Although your car may be stiff. Less bounce for sure.
Changing the struts on a 2000 Honda Accord requires removing the lower control arm, ball joint, and strut mounts. An alignment is suggested after installing new struts to provide the best drivability.
They do if it is an automatic transmission. The Prelude (except Si) has the same manual transmission as well. The Prelude Si has a slightly different manual transmission, but it will still fit into a 1986-1989 Accord.
The Accord uses struts, front and rear. There are no shocks. Roughly the struts will cost $300 for all four and whatever your shop charges for labor.
Both shocks on the front, struts on the back depending on the make it might have it both ways!
i wouldn't swap it, the 87 is carbureated and the prelude is fuel injected, just put the same engine in. the 87 accord engine has less hp .
Unless you get some custom mounts made, the civic engine will not mount in the accord. Any 92-96 Accord or 92-01 Prelude engine will bolt up to the 92 accord. **Note, the 97+ Prelude engine is OBD2, but can be converted back to OBD1, which is what the Accord is..
How much is it to replace thehead gasket on a honda accord 1998?
how do you put on the lower radiator hose on a 91 honda prelude?
You could find stock (OEM) struts for a 1997-2001 Honda Prelude anywhere from $40 upwards to $100 (in USD) a strut. Online is typically more inexpensive, but if you need to get a strut right away, you may be able to get one on-hand at a Honda dealership or an auto parts store.
Go to Pdftown.com to download a service manual for your car.
Almost all modern cars, including 2000 Honda Accord, have struts. For the most part, shocks are found on full size trucks and vans.
The answer is no. The fuel-injected engine from your 1987 Accord is a direct-fit into a 1985-1987 Prelude Si, but will not fit into a 1988 or newer Prelude due to a completely different engine and transmission being used. The wiring harnesses and ECU will also be very different.
The average cost of struts for a 1998 Honda Accord 4 cylinder is anywhere from $250 to $350 for four. If the struts are not replaced then the car will not be able to absorb bumps in the road. This will make for a bouncy and rough ride and ultimately this can also lead to irregular tire wear.
Some classic Honda cars include the Honda Civic, Honda Accord and Honda Prelude. Another classic Honda car is the Honda Jazz. You can get more information from the Honda Classic Cars website.
Honda Prelude was created in 1978.
definitely the h22 engine from it's older brother prelude. is the best engine with 200hp stock. most of the people who have done that says that the prelude engine H22A1 will fit direct bolt in in any 90-97 Honda accord engine bay.
Yes you can I have 1988 Honda prelude with the 2.0L in it.
If they have the exact same engine yes, otherwise no.