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Old 06-29-2003, 07:54 PM   #1
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Default Prelude Stats

This thread is strictly devoted to include all the different H series engine stats,tranny gear ratios,injector sizes,tire sizes,vehicle weights etc.

Feel free to post up useful information.
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I'll help you out a little.

4th Gen
F22/S- H23a/Si - H22a/VTEC
--M2L5----M2S4----M2F4
1 - 3.307 - 3.307 - 3.307
2 - 1.810 - 1.857 - 1.950
3 - 1.230 - 1.320 - 1.360
4 - 0.903 - 1.034 - 1.071
5 - 0.705 - 0.812 - 0.870
FD 4.062 - 4.266 - 4.266
*Above info taken from USDM Helms manual.

M2B4 (JDM LSD) M2J5 (JDM) M2A4 (JDM)

1. 3.307 1. 3.307 1. 3.307
2. 1.950 2. 1.810 2. 1.950
3. 1.360 3. 1.269 3. 1.160
4. 1.034 4. 0.966 4. 1.034
5. 0.787 5. 0.787 5. 0.787
FD 4.266 FD 4.062 FD 4.266
*Above info taken from teardown and tooth counts.

5Gen:

1st 3.285
2nd 1.956
3rd 1.344
4th 1.034
5th 0.812
FD 4.266
*Above taken from USDM Helms manual.

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I found this somewhere on raceseek.com.
ENGINE = engine code
HP = factory horsepower rating
SIZE = engine size in c.c. cubic centimeters
BOR = standard engine bore in inches
STRK = engine stroke in inches
ROD = engine rod length center to center in inches
C-H = compression height of piston in inches
PIN = wrist pin outside diameter in millimeters
H-D = cylinder head volume in c.c. cubic centimeters
BEW = connecting rod big end width in inches
BEB = connecting rod big end housing bore diameter
D = double overhead cam
S = single overhead cam
N = non v-tec
V = v-tec 1 millimeter = .03937 inches
DECK= deck height in inches
R/S= rod to stroke ratio
VA= valve angles in degrees
VS= valve sizes intake/exhaust diameter in millimeters


ENGINE HP SIZE DECK BORE STRK ROD C-H PIN H-D BEW BEB
H22A1 190 2200 8.655 3.425 3.571 5.630 1.222 22 53.8 .935 51
H23A1 160 2300 8.655 3.425 3.740 5.571 1.203 22 50 .935 51

R/S VA VS D-S V-N MODEL
h22 1.58 29 35/30 D-V 92-97
h23 1.49 25 34/29 D-N 92-96
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Injector Specifications

VEHICLE Injector Types Flow Rate
1988-91 Civic si/crx si Peak and hold 240cc
1992-95 Civic si/ex Saturated 240cc
1996-00 Civic Saturated 240cc
1990-91 Integra Peak and hold 240cc
1992-00 Integra ls/gsr/type R Saturated 240cc
1992-96 Prelude non-vtec Peak and hold 240cc
1992-96 Prelude VTEC Peak and hold 345cc
1997-up Prelude VTEC Saturated 280cc
1991-up Sentra se-r/200sx se-r Saturated 265cc
1991-up MR2 Turbo Peak and hold 440cc
1988-91 Supra Turbo Peak and hold 550cc
1993-up Supra non -Turbo Saturated 315cc
1993-up Supra Twin Turbo Peak and hold 550cc
2000-up Celica GT-S Saturated 310cc
1990-up Miata 1.6 liter Saturated 215cc
1993-up Miata 1.8 liter Saturated 240cc
1993-up RX-7 Twin Turbo Saturated 550cc/850cc
1990-96 300zx Twin Turbo Saturated 370cc
1991-up 3000GT VR-4 Peak and hold 350cc
1989-up Eclipse Turbo Peak and hold 450cc


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Prelude weights.

1988 Honda Prelude 4WS MT 2685
1988 Honda Prelude S MT 2522
1988 Honda Prelude Si MT 2665
1989 Honda Prelude 4WS MT 2741
1989 Honda Prelude S MT 2571
1989 Honda Prelude Si MT 2712
1990 Honda Prelude 2.0S MT 2566
1990 Honda Prelude 2.0Si MT 2639
1990 Honda Prelude 4WS MT 2690
1990 Honda Prelude Si MT 2690
1991 Honda Prelude 2.0Si MT 2639
1991 Honda Prelude 4WS MT 2712
1991 Honda Prelude Si MT 2690
1992 Honda Prelude S MT 2809
1992 Honda Prelude S AT 2862
1992 Honda Prelude Si MT 2866
1992 Honda Prelude Si AT 2921
1993 Honda Prelude S MT 2809
1993 Honda Prelude S AT 2862
1993 Honda Prelude Si MT 2866
1993 Honda Prelude Si AT 2921
1993 Honda Prelude VTEC MT 2932
1994 Honda Prelude S MT 2809
1994 Honda Prelude S AT 2862
1994 Honda Prelude Si MT 2866
1994 Honda Prelude Si AT 2921
1994 Honda Prelude VTEC MT 2932
1995 Honda Prelude S MT 2809
1995 Honda Prelude S AT 2862
1995 Honda Prelude Si MT 2866
1995 Honda Prelude Si AT 2921
1995 Honda Prelude VTEC MT 2932
1996 Honda Prelude S MT 2809
1996 Honda Prelude S AT 2862
1996 Honda Prelude Si MT 2866
1996 Honda Prelude Si AT 2921
1996 Honda Prelude VTEC MT 2932
1997 Honda Prelude Base MT 3009
1997 Honda Prelude Base AT 2954
1998 Honda Prelude Base MT 3009
1998 Honda Prelude Base AT 2954
1998 Honda Prelude Type SH MT 3042
1999 Honda Prelude Base MT 3009
1999 Honda Prelude Base AT 2954
1999 Honda Prelude Type SH MT 3042
2000 Honda Prelude Base MT 3009
2000 Honda Prelude Base AT 2954
2000 Honda Prelude Type SH MT 3042
2001 Honda Prelude Base AT 2954
2001 Honda Prelude Type SH MT 3042

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Here's a nice site that has a lot of info already posted, and the capability to compare two or more cars, and in both SAE and Metric measurements...

http://www.preludecrazy.com

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just an FYI, i weighted my 97 base on a scale at penn state and it came up 2880. Don't know why the # is 120+ pounds off... unless they measure the total weight with a full tank, because mine wasn't full
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Here are the paint codes and some examples.

http://www.preludepassion.com/....html
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addin on to poison post

Euro R H22A (t2w4)
1st - 3.285
2nd - 2.090
3rd - 1.481
4th - 1.071
5th - 0.812
FD - 4.266

Accord Type-R (u2Q7).
1st - 3.285
2nd - 2.090
3rd - 1.481
4th - 1.071
5th - 0.870
FD - 4.266
[Spec-s is 5th gen ratio with LSD]
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Engine Block Numbers
B20A3 Honda Prelude 2.0 S 1990-1991
B20A5 Honda Prelude 2.0 Si 1990-1991
B20A5 Honda Prelude Si 1988-1989
B20A5 Honda Prelude Si 1988-1989
B21A1 Honda Prelude Si 1990-1991
F22 Honda Prelude Si 1992-1996
F22A1 Honda Prelude S 1992-1996
H22 Honda Prelude VTEC 1992-1996
H22A Honda Prelude SiR (JDM) 1997-2001
H22A Honda Prelude 1999-2001
H22A Honda Prelude Type S (JDM) 1997-2001
H22A1 Honda Prelude 1997-1998
H22A1 Honda Prelude VTEC 1994-1996
H23 Honda Prelude Type S (JDM) 1993-1995
H23A1 Honda Prelude SE/Si 1992-1996

Engine HP Ratings
B20A5 2.0L DOHC non-VTEC 87-91 Prelude 2.0Si 135hp
B21A1 2.1L DOHC non-VTEC 90-91 Prelude Si 145hp
F22A1 2.2L USDM non-VTEC 92-96 Prelude S 90-93 Accord LX/EX
130hp-135hp
H22A1 2.2L USDM DOHC VTEC 92-96 Prelude VTEC 190hp
H22A4 2.2L DOHC VTEC 97-01 Prelude VTEC/SH 97-98: 195hp 99-01: 200hp
H22A 2.2L JDM DOHC VTEC 92+ Prelude Type-S, 97+ Prelude SiRS Spec 220ps
H23A1 2.3L USDM DOHC non-VTEC Prelude Si 160hp

ECU Types and Numbers
P13 : 93-95 OBD-1 Prelude Vtec
P14 : 93-95 OBD-1 Prelude Si (non Vtec)
P5P : 97-00 OBD-2 Prelude Type-S (JDM ECU)
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Honda Japans Prelude specs: http://www.honda.co.jp/HOT/Mod....html

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Chassis Codes:

BA1 B20A 1985 - 1987
BA2 B20A 1985 - 1987 EDM Prelude
BA3 A20A 1985 - 1987 UKDM Prelude
BA4 B20A 1987 - 1991
BA5 B20A 1987 - 1991 4WS
BA8 F22B 1991
BA9 F22B 1991
BB1 H22A 1991
BB2 H23A 1992 - 1996
BB3 F20A 1992 - 1996
BB4 H22A 1991
BB5 F22B 1996
BB6 H22A 1996
BB7 F22B 1996
BB8 H22A 1996
AB ES 1982 - 1987
SN EK 1978 - 1982 [1983]
SN EK 1978 - 1982 [1983]
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Sorry there are no columns.

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Engine Prelude Prelude Type SH

Type: Aluminum-Alloy
In-Line 4 • •

Displacement (cc/cu in) 2157/132 2157/132

Horsepower @ rpm (SAE net MT/AT) 200 @ 7000/195 @ 6600 200 @ 7000/NA

Torque (lb.-ft. @ rpm) 156 @ 5250 156 @ 5250

Compression Ratio 10.0:1 10.0:1

Valve Train: DOHC 16-Valve VTEC™ • •

Fuel System: Multi-Point Fuel Injection • •

Ignition System: Electronic w/Immobilizer • •


Drivetrain Prelude Prelude Type SH

Type: Front-Wheel Drive • •

Manual Transmission: 5-Speed • •

Automatic Transmission: 4-Speed Sequential SportShift™ (available) •

Final Drive Ratio (MT/AT) 4.27/4.78 4.27/NA


Body/Suspension/Chassis Prelude Prelude Type SH

Body Type: Unit Body • •

Suspension: 4-Wheel Double Wishbone • •

Active Torque Transfer System (ATTS™) •

Stabilizer Bar (mm, front/rear) 25.4/23.0 24.2/23.0

Variable-Assist Power Rack-and-Pinion Steering • •

Steering Wheel Turns, Lock-to-Lock 2.89 2.76

Turning Diameter, Curb-to-Curb (ft.) 36.1 37.4

Power-Assisted 4-Wheel Disc Brakes • •

Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) • •

Wheels 16" Alloy 16" Alloy

Tires: All-Season P205/50 R16 87V
Bridgestone RE92 P205/50 R16 87V
Bridgestone RE92


Interior Dimensions Prelude Prelude Type SH

Headroom (in., front/rear) 37.9/35.3 37.9/35.3

Legroom (in., front/rear) 43.0/28.1 43.0/28.1

Shoulder Room (in., front/rear) 53.8/50.0 53.8/50.0

Hiproom (in., front/rear) 52.1/41.0 52.1/41.0

Cargo Volume (cu. ft.) 8.7 8.7

Passenger Volume (cu. ft.) 78.4 78.4


Exterior Dimensions Prelude Prelude Type SH

Wheelbase (in.) 101.8 101.8

Length (in.) 178.0 178.0

Height (in.) 51.8 51.8

Width (in.) 69.0 69.0

Track (in., front/rear) 60.0/59.6 60.0/59.6

Curb Weight (lbs., MT/AT) 2954/3009 3042/NA


EPA Mileage Estimates*/Fuel Capacity Prelude Prelude Type SH

5-Speed Manual (City/Highway) 22/27 22/27

4-Speed Automatic (City/Highway) 21/26 NA

Fuel (gal.) 15.9 15.9
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P13 pinout

Contact Color Description
A1 brn Injector #1
A2 yel Injector #4
A3 red1 Injector #2
A4 grn/yel VTEC Solenoid Valve
A5 blu Injector #3
A6 or/wht HO2S heater coil
A7 grn/blk1 PGM-FI Main Relay coil
A8 grn/blk2 Shorted to A7
A9 blk/blu IAC Valve
A10 - -
A11 red2 EGR Control Solenoid
A12 blu/red Condenser Fan Relay
A13 blu/wht MIL
A14 - -
A15 red/blu A/C Clutch Relay
A16 wht/grn Alternator
A17 pink IAB Solenoid Valve
A18 - -
A19 wht Intake Control Solenoid Valve
A20 red/grn EVAP Purge Control Solenoid
A21 yel/grn1 ICM
A22 yel/grn2 Shorted to A21
A23 blk1 GND
A24 blk2 GND
A25 yel/blk PGM-FI Main Relay (power)
A26 blk/red VTEC Pressure Switch (GND)
B1 yel/blk PGM-FI Main Relay (power)
B2 brn/blk GND
B3 - -
B4 - -
B5 blu/blk To A/C Switch
B6 - -
B7 - -
B8 red/grn PSP Switch
B9 blu/red Starter Cut Relay
B10 orn2 VSS
B11 orn3 CYP
B12 wht CYP
B13 orn/blu TDC
B14 wht/blu TDC
B15 blu/grn CKP
B16 blu/yel CKP

D1 wht/yel Battery
D2 grn/wht1 Brake Switch
D3 red/blu KS
D4 brn/wht SCS
D5 - -
D6 lt blu or lt grn VTEC Pressure Switch
D7 lt grn/red Data Link Connector
D8 - -
D9 wht/red ALT
D10 grn/blk ELD
D11 red/blk TP Sensor
D12 wht/blk EGR Valve Lift Sensor
D13 yel/blu ECT Sensor
D14 wht HO2S Sense
D15 red/yel IAT Sensor
D16 - -
D17 wht/blu MAP Sensor
D18 - -
D19 red/wht EGR Valve Lift Sensor
D20 yel/wht TP Sensor
D21 blu/wht MAP Sensor
D22 grn/wht2 TP Sensor

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just an FYI, i weighted my 97 base on a scale at penn state and it came up 2880. Don't know why the # is 120+ pounds off... unless they measure the total weight with a full tank, because mine wasn't full
Just FYI: Aklucsacrits said once that gross curb weights are measured with all fluids topped off (he said his SH weighed under 2900 lbs also when it was unloaded from the ship), and 1 full tank of gas in a tank with the 5th gen's capacity would weigh over 130 lbs.

That's not counting various amounts of other fluids that would need to have their weight in liquid pounds calculated as well. So the GW can vary greatly depending on your current fluid levels, and my butt-dyno IS right, my car is much faster when I'm damn-near out of gas... Click the image to open in full size.
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5th gen prelude play grounds in Auto-x!

SCCA Solo I & II:

DS - D stock.
Cat-back, shocks (not springs), race tires (stock size rims), front sway bar (not back), brake pads, role cage.

STS - Street touring S.
CAI, Header, exhaust, rims up to 7.5" wide, ECU mods, pulleys, shocks and springs, sway bars (front a back), strut bars, aftermarket bushings, adjustable camber/caster kits, DoT street legal tires, Short throw shift kits, SS break lines, aftermarket ignition systems, location of battery and battery size, removal of power steering, cruse control, role cage.

STX - Street touring X.
Same as STS but also: rim up to 8.0" wide, LSD, motor mounts, bigger break rotors

DSP - D street prepared
Same as STX but also: new steering wheel, race tires, rims of any size, intake manifold, throttle body, Emission control devices may be modified or removed, Intake water injection systems, fuel lines, fuel pump, clutch, flywheel, race bucket seats.

SM - street modified
Same as DSP but also: Forced induction, low or high compression pistons, cam gears, modified cams, any type of head work, CF hood, passenger seats can be removed, engine swaps from the same make, modified gearing ratio.

DP - D Prepared (I think D, not sure?)
Same as SM but also: chassis reinforcement, frame reinforcement, removal of: bumpers, all windows, window winding mechanisms, lights, mirrors, and all interior trim, doors may be pinned, polycarbonate windows, and does not need to be street legal.

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This is just the general mods and basic list for were the prelude can run. Note: the rules can and will change around.
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4th gen modification history

1992

Fourth generation Prelude introduced to the USofA during Autumn, 1991. Three variations were sold: the S, Si, and Si with 4WS. The S's engine has 135 horsepower, both Si versions make 160.
Car and Driver (the best automotive monthly, hands down) didn't seemed too thrilled with the new Preludes in the initial test report, but still gave the Prelude Si (2WS version only) a Ten Best medal.

1993

Everyone rejoice! The Si-VTEC, with its 190 hp, is finally introduced to American lineup (Japan could get the VTEC in their Preludes with the 92 models).
93 alone gets a different radiator and fan design for no specific reason.(credit: Glenn Shiu)
Prelude gets another C/D Ten Best medal.

1994

A bunch of revisions were made to Preludes this model year:
Front turn signal lamps now clear/orange instead of all orange.
Lighter, directional, nine spoke alloy wheels (~15 lbs) replace the Si and VTEC seven spoke wheels (~17 lbs).
Inside, Si's and VTEC's gets Lexus-like electro-luminescent displays
With the "luminescent" interior, comes a lit up "auto" driver's side power window switch which the earlier ones don't have (Glenn Shiu).
A revised center console with an inconvenient cupholder. The parking brake handle now looks like an afterthought ("Oh ****, I think we forgot something...").
Big lump in the middle of the back seat has disappeared (Thong Pham).
Dual airbags now standard.
A/C now standard on S models (Sean St.John)
Honda-made Prelude spoilers now have LED third stop light (VTEC's no longer have a CHMSL on the back windscreen, using the spoiler instead. To save costs, all the Preludes shared this spoiler).
The "Si-VTEC" is now just called "VTEC".
VTEC gets leather seating and a subwoofer as standard equipment.
Prelude VTEC receives yet another C/D Ten Best medal.

1995

Prelude Si with 4WS gets axed.
Halfway through model year, SE (for "Special Edition") trim level introduced. Basically an Si with a make-over: it came with a rear spoiler, 5-spoke alloy wheels, leather seating, and a "Special Edition" badge. It came in your choice of dark green or some champagne color.
Yep, Prelude VTEC gets a C/D Ten Best medal.

1996

Prelude models now with OBD II (grrr), but probably didn't work (yeaaa)--there was a recall and Honda was fined big time.
Speculation runs amuck regarding the replacement Prelude.
Colors, although virtually the same, get renamed.
Brock Yates, a C/D Editor-at-Large, likes the 96 Prelude VTEC (June, 1996).
Speaking of C/D, surprise! Prelude VTEC gets a Ten Best medal.

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Link to the CEL codes list.

http://tech.hybridgarage.com/tech/codes.html

Another list of the same codes, maybe some are on here that are not on the first.

http://www.151boost.com/tech2.htm

and instructions...

http://hondaprelude.to/main_checkengine.html


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b16 into a 2g Prelude: http://people.clemson.edu/~sum...e.htm

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1st Generation
Year '79-'82
Model N/A

ENGINE
Type Inline 4
Displacement 1751 cc
Horsepower@rpm (SAE net) MT / AT 72@4500 / 68@4500
Torque (lb.ft.) MT / AT 94@3000 / 94@2500
Compression Ratio 8.0:1
Valve Train SOHC 12-Valve
Fuel Induction System Venturi Carburetor
Ignition System Electronic
EPA Estimate (manual) ??
EPA Estimate (automatic) ??

DRIVE TRAIN
Type Front-Wheel Drive
Manual Transmission 5 Speed
Automatic Transmission 3 Speed
Final Drive Ratio (MT / AT) 3.875 / 4.214

BODY/SUSPENSION/CHASSIS
Body Type Unit Body
Suspension (front/rear) 4-Wheel Independent w/ MacPherson Strut
Stabilizer Bar (mm, front/rear) NA/NA
Steering Type Power-Assisted Rack and Pinion
Steering Wheel Turns, Lock-to-Lock 3.26
Turning Diameter, Curb-to-Curb (ft.) 33.5
Brakes Power-Assisted Front Disc / Rear Drum
Wheels 13" Steel
Tires 175 / 70 SR 13

EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS
Wheelbase (in.) 91.3
Length (in.) 161.4
Width (in.) 64.4
Height (in.) 51.0
Track (in., front / rear) 55.1 / 55.5
Ground Clearance (in.) 6.7
Curb Weight (lbs.) MT / AT 2130 / 2146
Coefficient of Drag (Cd) ??

INTERIOR DIMENSIONS
Headroom (in., front/rear) ??
Legroom (in., front/rear) ??
Shoulder Room (in., front/rear) ??
Hiproom (in., front/rear) ??
Cargo Volume (cu. ft.) ??
Interior Volume (cu. ft.) ??

CAPACITIES
Engine Oil with Filter (qt.) 4.2
Fuel (gal.) 13.2
Cooling System (qt.) 6.4


2nd Generation
Year '83-'87
Model S Si

ENGINE
Type Inline 4
Displacement 1829 cc 1955 cc
Horsepower@rpm (SAE net) 100@5500 110@5500
Torque (lb.ft.) 107@4000 114@4500
Compression Ratio ?? ??
Valve Train SOHC 12-Valve
Fuel Induction System Venturi Carburetor PGM-FI
Ignition System Electronic
EPA Estimate (manual) 24/32 25/30
EPA Estimate (automatic) 23/30 23/29

DRIVE TRAIN
Type Front-Wheel Drive
Manual Transmission 5-Speed
Automatic Transmission 4-Speed w/Lock-Up
Final Drive Ratio (MT/AT) ??

BODY/SUSPENSION/CHASSIS
Body Type Unit Body
Suspension (front/rear) Upper Wishbone, Lower Control Arm/MacPherson Strut
Stabilizer Bar (mm, front/rear) ?? yes/yes ??
Steering Type Variable-Assist Power Rack-and-Pinion
Steering Wheel Turns, Lock-to-Lock ??
Turning Diameter, Curb-to-Curb (ft.) 34.1
Brakes 4-Wheel Power-Assisted Disc
Wheels Steel Alloy
Tires ??

EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS
Wheelbase (in.) 96.5
Length (in.) 169.1 172.0
Width (in.) 66.9
Height (in.) 48.6
Track (in., front/rear) 57.9/57.9
Curb Weight (lbs.) (1984)2266/(others)2293 2379
Ground Clearance (in.) ?? ??
Coefficient of Drag (Cd) ??

INTERIOR DIMENSIONS
Headroom (in., front/rear) 37.3/33.9
Legroom (in., front/rear) 43.2/26.1
Shoulder Room (in., front/rear) 54.5/51.9
Hiproom (in., front/rear) 49.7/47.6
Cargo Volume (cu. ft.) 9.1
Interior Volume (cu. ft.) ??

CAPACITIES
Engine Oil with Filter (qt.) ??
Fuel (gal.) 15.8
Cooling System (qt.) ??


3rd Generation
Year '88-'90 '88-'91 '90-'91
Model 2.0 S 2.0 Si Si

ENGINE
Type Aluminum-alloy in-line 4
Displacement 1958 cc 2056 cc
Horsepower@rpm (SAE net) 105@5800 135@6200 140@5800
Torque (lb.ft.) 111@4000 127@4000 135@5000
Compression Ratio 9.1:1 9.0:1 9.4:1
Valve Train SOHC, 12-Valve DOHC, 16-Valve
Fuel Induction System Dual Sidedraft Constant Velocity PGM-FI
Ignition System Electronic
EPA Estimate (manual) 23/37 22/27 22/27
EPA Estimate (automatic) 21/27 20/26 20/26

DRIVE TRAIN
Type Front-Wheel Drive
Manual Transmission 5-Speed
Automatic Transmission 4-Speed w/Sport-Shift
Final Drive Ratio (MT/AT) 4.27/4.13 4.27/4.36

BODY/SUSPENSION/CHASSIS
Body Type Unit Body
Suspension 4-Wheel Upper Wishbone, Lower Control Arm
Stabilizer Bar (mm, front/rear) 25.4/17.0
Steering Type Variable-Assist Power Rack-and-Pinion
Steering Wheel Turns, Lock-to-Lock 2.81
Turning Diameter, Curb-to-Curb (ft.) 34.8
Brakes 4-Wheel Power-Assisted Disc
Wheels 13-inch Steel Wheels w/Full Covers 14-inch Steel Wheels w/Full Covers
Tires 185/70 HR13 195/60 R14 85H

EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS
Wheelbase (in.) 101.0
Length (in.) 177.6
Width (in.) 67.3
Height (in.) 51.0
Track (in., front/rear) 58.3/57.9
Ground Clearance (in.) 5.7
Curb Weight (lbs., MT/AT) 2566/2606 2639/2674 2690/2725
Coefficient of Drag (Cd) .34

INTERIOR DIMENSIONS
Headroom (in., front/rear) 36.9/34.1
Legroom (in., front/rear) 43.1/27.1
Shoulder Room (in., front/rear) 53.1/51.1
Hiproom (in., front/rear) 51.5/45.1
Cargo Volume (cu. ft.) 11.0
Interior Volume (cu. ft.) 87

CAPACITIES
Engine Oil with Filter (qt.) 5.1
Fuel (gal.) 15.9
&gt;Cooling System (qts., MT/AT) 6.3/5.6 6.7


4th Generation
Year '92-'96
Model S Si Si VTEC

ENGINE
Type Aluminum-alloy in-line 4
Displacement 2156 cc 2259 cc 2157 cc
Horsepower@rpm (SAE net) 135@5200 160@5800 190@6800
Torque (lb.ft.) 142@4000 156@4500 158@5500
Compression Ratio 8.8:1 9.8:1 10.0:1
Valve Train SOHC, 16-Valve DOHC, 16-Valve DOHC, 16-Valve VTEC
Fuel Induction System PGM-FI
Ignition System Electronic
EPA Estimate (manual) 23/29 22/26 22/26
EPA Estimate (automatic) 23/28 22/27 N/A
DRIVE TRAIN
Type Front-Wheel Drive
Manual Transmission 5-Speed
Automatic Transmission 4-Speed N/A
Final Drive Ratio (MT/AT) 4.06/4.29 4.27/4.43 4.27/NA

BODY/SUSPENSION/CHASSIS
Body Type Unit Body
Suspension 4-Wheel Upper Wishbone, Lower Control Arm
Stabilizer Bar (mm, front/rear) 25.4/23.0
Steering Type Variable-Assist Power Rack-and-Pinion
Steering Wheel Turns, Lock-to-Lock 2.9
Turning Diameter, Curb-to-Curb (ft.) 35.9
Brakes 4-Wheel Power-Assisted Disc 4-Wheel Power-Assisted Disc w/ABS
Wheels 14-inch Steel Wheels w/Full Covers 15-inch Alloy Wheels
Tires 185/70 R14 87H 205/55 R15 87V

EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS
Wheelbase (in.) 100.4
Length (in.) 174.8
Width (in.) 69.5
Height (in.) 50.8
Track (in., front/rear) 60.0/59.6
Ground Clearance (in.) 5.7
Curb Weight (lbs., MT/AT) 2809/2862 2866/2921 2932/NA
Coefficient of Drag (Cd) .33

INTERIOR DIMENSIONS
Headroom (in., front/rear) 38.0/35.1
Legroom (in., front/rear) 44.2/28.1
Shoulder Room (in., front/rear) 54.0/50.6
Hiproom (in., front/rear) 52.2/41.4
Cargo Volume (cu. ft.) 7.9
Interior Volume (cu. ft.) 80.2

CAPACITIES
Engine Oil with Filter (qt.) ??
Fuel (gal.) 15.9
Cooling System (qts., MT/AT) ??


5th Generation
Year '97-'98 '99-'01 '97-'98 '99-'01
Model Base Base Type SH Type SH

ENGINE
Type Aluminum Alloy Inline 4
Displacement 2157 cc
Horsepower@rpm
(Automatic) 195@7000
(190) 200@7000
(195) 195@7000 200@7000
Torque (lb.ft.) 156@5250
Compression Ratio 10.0:1
Valve Train DOHC, 16-Valve VTEC
Fuel Induction System PGM-FI
Ignition System Electronic, w/ Immobilizer
EPA Estimate (manual) 22/27
EPA Estimate (automatic) 21/27 N/A

DRIVE TRAIN
Type&lt; /td&gt; Front-Wheel Drive Front Wheel Drive w/ ATTS
Manual Transmission 5-Speed
Automatic Transmission 4-Speed w/Sequential Sport-Shift N/A
Final Drive Ratio (MT/AT) 4.266/4.785 4.266/NA
BODY/SUSPENSION/CHASSIS
Body Type Unit Body
Suspension 4-Wheel Upper Wishbone, Lower Control Arm
Stabilizer Bar (mm, front/rear) 25.4/23.0 24.2/23.0
Steering Type Variable-Assist Power Rack-and-Pinion
Steering Wheel Turns, Lock-to-Lock 2.887 2.762
Turning Diameter, Curb-to-Curb (ft.) 36.1 37.4
Brakes 4-Wheel Power-Assisted Disc w/ ABS
Wheels 16-Inch Alloy
Tires 205/50 R16 87V
EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS

Wheelbase (in.) 101.8
Length (in.) 178.0
Width (in.) 69.0
Height (in.) 51.8
Track (in., front/rear) 60.0/59.6
Ground Clearance (in.) ?? ?? ?? ??
Curb Weight (lbs., MT/AT) 2954/3009 3042/NA
Coefficient of Drag (Cd) ??

INTERIOR DIMENSIONS
Headroom (in., front/rear) 37.9/35.3
Legroom (in., front/rear) 43.0/28.1
Shoulder Room (in., front/rear) 54.9/50.0
Hiproom (in., front/rear) 52.1/41.0
Cargo Volume (cu. ft.) 8.7
Interior Volume (cu. ft.) 78.4

CAPACITIES
Engine Oil with Filter (qt.) 5.1
Fuel (gal.) 15.9
Cooling System (qt.) ?? ??

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you really only need a few tools to work on a Prelude everything you want can be accomplished with
1- 8mm combination wrench
2- 10mm combo wrenches (wrench with open and closed ends)
2- combination tapet style closed end 12mm/14mm wrenches (one with diff size on each end)
2- combination tapet style closed end 17mm/19mm wrenches
1- small soket wrench set, or just 8mm 10mm 12mm 14mm 17mm 19mm and 21mm sockets, and a ratchet
1- BFH (big ******* hammer)
1- large prybar
1- peice of pipe, jack handle or something to use to get more torque to break bolts loose

some items will require some special tools, axel nuts use a 36mm socket, flywheel bolts are 12point 17mm and pressure plate bolts are 12point 10mm, and a ball joint sperator is helpful to get bal joints apart, but not needed
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usdm 1993 was the first year the prelude vtec was avaliable in the us

JDM i know they had vtec cars over there in the late 80's but i think in 92 the VTEC prelude was avaliable from japan, maybe even 91?
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Check out this 4th Gen site

http://www.preludecrazy.com

Click on the "Compare 4th gen specifications from around the world!" Link
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here is some stuff from the 97 prelude FSM.


Vehicle Identification Number
1,2,3: Manufacturer, Make and Type of Vehicle JHM: Honda Motor CO., LTD Honda, Passenger Car
4,5,6: Line, Body and Engine Type BB6: Prelude, H22a4
7: Body Type and Transmission Type 1: 2-Door Coupe/5-Speed Manual
2: 2-Door Coupe/4-Speed Automatic
8 Vehicle Grade (Series) 4: Prelude
5: Prelude Type SH
9 Check Digit
10 Model Year V: 1997
11 Factory Code C: Saitama Factory in Japan (Sayama)
12-17 Serial Number Starts with 000001

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Paint Code Color
B-83M Nortic Mist Metallic
G-83P Eucalyptus Green Pearl
NH-592P Flamenco Black Pearl
R-94 San Marino Red
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Anyone know the stock spring rates???
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