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Old 10-20-2007, 03:22 PM
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honda prelude help?

i have a 92 prelude si with the stock h23a1 engine (if im correct that is the stock) and i was wondering what other types of engines can i put into this lil sucker? do i have options?
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Old 10-20-2007, 04:08 PM
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Well the Si 2.4 is an awesome motor...i recommend a turbo..i had a 91 Si 2.4 and wanted more power also..so i put a t3 turbo on it and i was running high 12's.....good luck
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H22 engines are the way forward, beter reliability and very easy to modify, Superchargers and Turbos with very little mods to the main engine. Type R VTi's are around 220hp as standard. Rock solid engine with torque, wiring is almost a direct match and the management system will work, may have to use the distributor off the original engine would recommend APEX or JACKSON RACING vtec controller. Good luck hope this helps.
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