the 1993 Prelude has shocks
No, the Honda Civic springs is not compatible with any generation of the Honda Prelude.
Yes, but you will need 96-98 springs (preferly lowering springs). Although your car may be stiff. Less bounce for sure.
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.
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.
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 .
How much is it to replace thehead gasket on a honda accord 1998?