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bkl89 said:
Well the cluster is an 88/89 so probably that year for sure. You could email him and ask if you're interested or PM Volks and hook yourself up with a sweet set of his rings and support a fellow pp.com member.

Rings on some of the pics here:
http://www.divwebdesign.com/lude/gauges/index.htm



They're awesome!
 

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I agree they look wicked, as I have them in my car.

Talk to volks first because he might have a set, and I'm pretty sure he had different sets for the different gauge clusters (88/89, 90/91)

Volks' look way better anyways and you should support this community before you support someone on ebay.
 

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Old I know but is there any difference in the rings that fit the 88-89 compared to the 90-91? So far the I have found nothing on this? I believe the guage face itself is different but not the bezel itself.
Jason
 

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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/USA-...010QQitemZ200051457744QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWD1V

Here's a distributor selling cluster rings for prelude BA4 I'm not sure whether these apply to 90-91 or 88-89. If someone could clarify, that'd be much appreciated. (My VIN begins with BA4, and its a 90-91, but you never know...)

-CJ

EDIT: lol, I should really read the first post. Nevermind. Anyways I sent an inquiry to determine what year it is made for.
 

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Old I know but is there any difference in the rings that fit the 88-89 compared to the 90-91? So far the I have found nothing on this? I believe the guage face itself is different but not the bezel itself.
Jason
I DO HAVE SOME FOR SALE 88-89 ones. The one that have the Lip on them . Not the flats ones


Gauges sizes are not the same, reason for different bezels.
The 90-91 gauges are bigger around than 88-89.

Non-4ws 3g Preludes listed as BA4 and the 4ws models are BA5.

BA4 = Model without 4WS (including INX Type)
BA5 = 4WS Type (including INX Type)
BA7 = SiStates with B21A and 4WS
In rest of the World are all Prelude from 88-91 are named BA4


These are all Engine Types for the Prelude:


In Japan:
B20A = 110HP PGM Carb SOHC 12V
B20A = 145HP PGM-Fi DOHC 16V
B21A = 150HP PGM-Fi DOHC 16V

Overall in the World:
B20A3 = 109HP PGM-Carb SOHC 12V
B20A5 = 137HP PGM-Fi DOHC 16V

In Europe:
B20A9 = 140HP PGM-Fi DOHC 16V
B20A4 = 114HP PGM-Carb SOHC 12V
B20A7 = 150HP PGM-Fi DOHC 16V

In North America:
B21A1 = 150HP PGM-Fi DOHC 16V

In Australia:
B20A6 = 150HP PGM-Fi DOHC 16V

Model type:

In Japan:
XL = BA4 = B20A ( Carb )
XR = BA4 = B20A ( Carb )
XX = BA4 and BA5 = B20A ( Carb )
Si = BA4 and BA5 = B20A ( PGM-Fi )
SiTCV = BA5 = B20A ( PGM-Fi )
INX XX = BA4 and BA5 = B20A ( Carb )
INX Si = BA4 and BA5 = B20A ( PGM-Fi )
INX SRS = BA5 = B20A ( PGM-Fi )
SiStates = BA7 = B21A

In Europe:

2.0EX = B20A3 and B20A4
2.0-16 = B20A5, B20A7 and ( only 90-91 ) B20A9

In North America
S = B20A3
Si = B20A5 and ( only in 90-91 ) B21A1 ( in Canada Type SR )


Edit:
You can check your Chassis Code for more infos:

J = the country
HM = HONDA MOTOR
BA4 = Chassis Type
1 = Transmisson Type ( 1 for MT and 2 for AT
8 = Engine Type ( 7 for Carb and 8 for PGM-Fi with CAT and 4 without CAT)
00= nothing for European Use also 00
C = Production Town
2 = Production year: ( 0 = 88, 1= 89, 2=90, 3=91 )
07353 = Serial Number in the production year


Prelude
3rd Gen
88-91 - BA4
88-91 - BA5 (4WS)
88-91 - BA8
88-91 - BA9
 

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REPLY FROM d_globaltrader

Hello,
my instrument is from 1990 but we have problems with seller for modell
90-91. I think it is only for models from 88-89.
Best regards Frank

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