well i dont know about a 1996 but i was once a passanger in a 1993 Prelude Si non-vtec and we hit 145mph
Honda engines bought originally from the manufacturer are considered interference. However, if the pistons bought aftermarket?æhave valve reliefs in them, the Honda engine?æwould be considered non-interference.
It is a interference head.
Yes , the 2.3 liter 4 cylinder in a 1993 Ford Ranger is a non-interference engine
An interference engine ( according to the Gates website the 3.2 liter V6 in a 2001 Honda Passport is an interference engine )
It is a non interference engine.
ALL INTEGRA'S LIKE MOST HONDA ENGINES ARE INTERFERENCE
I assume you mean zero interference. If so then 2006 Honda Civic's and up are non-interference. 2005 and older are interference engine.
A 1994 Honda Prelude S would not have a VTEC engine in it (assuming it has the original engine in it). It should have the F22A1 in it which is SOHC and Non-VTEC.
It is a NON - interference engine , according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. )
Honda Civics do not have a interference engine. These cars use non-interference engines which means the pistons and valve have space between each other when the engine is operational. COMPLETELY wrong. D-series motors ARE INTERFERENCE MOTORS.
not likely as the heater fan only controls the air in the cabin, maybe the radiator fan has gone out too?
The 1993 Mitsubishi Eclipse with the 1.8 liter engine is not on the list of cars with interference engines. The 1989-1998 2.0 Galant Eclipse cars were built with interference engines.
It has an interference engine. The cam belt must be changed at 90,000 miles. The VTEC engine also has a balance shaft belt that also must be changed. Non-VTEC engine does not have the balance shaft belt.
No , according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. ) the 3.0 liter V6 in a 1993 Mercury Villager ( is an interference engine )
non-interference. there seems to be a lot of confusion about this. the 2.5l's are interference, the 2.2l's are non-interference.
No, all 1997 Honda engines are interference engines. The cam belt must be replaced every 105,000 miles. If the belt breaks you will have serious engine damage. 2003 and up Honda four-cylinder engines are not interference engines but the V-6 still is.
will a h23a vtech work in a 92 prelude? what extra will be needed or changed besides a chipped p28 ecu ..? I have a 92' Honda prelude s.i. with a h23a1 non vtech and im going to swap, but i need answers before i buy this engine..
The 3.5L is a non-interference.