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Old 07-29-2009, 12:24 AM   #1
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Default P2A5 or P2U5?

I know P2A5 is for 94-97 F22B2 and P2U5 is for F22B1
I also know the only difference in gearing ratio is that
the forth in P2A5 is 0.903, and in P2U5 is 0.933

will 0.03 difference make a big difference?

Also, will P2U5 simply bolt on F22B2 block?

I tried to search the difference between those two but I had no luck finding the info i needed.
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Default Re: P2A5 or P2U5?

sorry I know it bolts right on but i still need to know the difference even if it's only a tiny difference
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I'd go for the P2U5 just because it has greater gain..
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Default Re: P2A5 or P2U5?

Really? I did a part number comparison through Majestic Honda parts site and all the gearing has the same part number between an LX and a EX trans. Also, other Accord members told me that there's no difference at all either.

At first of my swap, I started out with my EX tranny then as I took it apart again for a clutch job, I had to buy another lower mile tranny since my first tranny came with the car brand new which now is around 400K. So I got an LX tranny for only 150.00 while other place wanted 300.00 for an EX trans. LOL To be honest, There's no difference between the two and I didn't notice any gear ratio difference.
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