I have a 93 prelude, its the jdm h23a1, but theres a plastic peice under the gas pedal... its simple to remove, one screw on the top, and the bottom... it doesent make a huge difference when you take it off... you can jus floor it more
this dude doesnt know what hes talking about clearly, first of all, there is no jdm h23a1 h23a1 is usdm, the only jdm h23 is the h23a which is dohc vtec
speed governer is all ecu based in these sitations bro ud need to get somebody to edit your ecu settings or get a s300 and a hondata hookup
how to make base prelude h22a engine on type sh 5 speed trans ^^^??? to answer the question. yes a sh transmission with "atts" unit will fit a base prelude (if a h22 motor is used) is it worth it? absolutely not
This conversion is to put a h22a engine from the 4-5 generation Preludes to the 3rd generatio Prelude, this conversion is very much so do-able, but. Their are issues with clearance of the sump of the h22a in the 89 Prelude. New engine mounts need to be used, new ECU needs to be installs aswell. Also you will have to use the gearbox from the h22a. Can't use the old gearbox in your 89 Prelude. It's a big job but there are plenty of examples of great Preludes sporting the newer engines.
Provided they both share an h22a or f22a engine they should be a perfect match!
H22A Honda engine it ready for a turbo
Yes. The H22a and H23a motors can interchange transmissions.
Provided the '97 Prelude is a base model, then yes it is possible to swap in an H22a variant. The Prelude Type SH motor is different as the ATTS unit is connected to the motor. So, the only compatible H22a motors would be one from another Type SH, or the JDM Honda Prelude Type S motor.
Max rpm / redline (often they are actually different) is not based on the car but on the engine. Prelude S (F22A1 engine) max rpm: 6250-ish Prelude VTEC (H22A engine) Redline: 7200/7600 rpm Max rpm: 7400/8000 rpm Preludes from 92- were delivered with the following engine options F20A, F22A, H23A, H22A.
to answer your question is has endless possibiltys but i would say the best is h22a prelude engine
The 97 Honda Prelude motor (h22a) will fit into a 2000 civic with custom mounts (available to purchase online), however you will need the h22a transmission, shift-linkage, axles, and ecu (full swap). The h22a motor will not work with the stock d-series transmission.
Yes, it will fit with some minor modification. Other popular swaps are the h22a1, h22a4, h22a and h23.
Transmission Dipstick should be on the left down the bottom, it is quite hard to get to so don't attempt to reach it when your car is hot! The transmission dipstick should have a yellow handle, i have a 93 h22a Honda prelude and mine is on the drivers side right down the bottom you have to look for it quite hard, look for a yellow handle. Hope this helps.
The horsepower in a Honda JDM H22A engine is between 185 and 220. This is the type of engine used in Honda cars that is often used in popular street racing.
There could be a problem with low old causes the pistons to rattle. There could also be a problem with the rocker arm.
why? Honda engines are meant for Honda's, so stick with your H22A. If for some reason you still wanted to do the swap some custom engine mounts along with adapters would have to be fabricated.
Check oil level. Check that the engine is warm enough (maybe blown thermostat). If not then you should have a check engine light. Short the service connector and count blinks and figure out what's wrong. Do necessary repairs.
You Can perform an engine swap to a h22a manual or a b16 manual. You will get more power with the h22a but the motor cost money.
The 2.2 liter VTEC (H22A) engine recommends top grade (premium) fuel due to higher compression. You may use lower grade (lower octane) fuel but run the risk of damaging the engine and will surely reduce engine performance and reduce fuel economy.
1997 HONDA PRELUDE 2.2L 4-cyl VIN Code H22A4 TORQUES Oil Drain Plug.....33 ft-lbs Manual Transmission Fill Plug.....33 ft-lbs Drain Plug.....29 ft-lbs
yes im currently doing it. not too difficult either..
The 91 Accord engine bay will fit a Prelude H22A or H23A motor without too much modification. You should even be able to use the same wiring harness on earlier donor car motors. If the donor motor is from a pre 1995 it should basically bolt in. The 91 Accord engine bay will fit a Prelude H22A or H23A motor without too much modification. You should even be able to use the same wiring harness on earlier donor car motors. If the donor motor is from a pre 1995 it should basically bolt in.
if its h22a engine intake are 0.15-0.19mm (0.006-0.007in) ,exhaust 0.17-0.21(0.007-0.008) At the factory we set the tappet clearance to 200 microns plus or minus 20 microns. This applies to all L4 and V6 engines. The Prelude is built in Japan, but I would assume that the settings are the same.
it would be easier to just nuke them all.
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Yes the H22 will fit in a 1990 prelude. It is a very tight fit and requires modification. You would need a new transmission, ecu, new wiring, motor mounts, ect. Before you decide to do this swap you need to really think it through. Its very costly, difficult, and can be troublesome. And remember this is all for a 60-65 hp gain.