THIS IS PRELUDEPOWER'S TRIBUTE FOR YOU BUDDY. THE SKY HAS ANOTHER STAR TO LOOK AT.
The 3 genners and the rest of the community will not forget you bro!
This is my h22 manifold, and also how you can bolt one to a b20a5 head.
This picture is after 8000 very hard miles with around 16psi. You can see the side load wear on the cylinders, but i guess its not really that bad because its very light at this stage. My first block only lasted 6 months and this is my 4th. Tight pistons are the key to building a long lasting b20. I expect this block to last around 50,000 miles
The picture of the head above has b18a ARP head studs. The stud kit comes with one washer, I just added an extra because the b18a stud are a tad longer than the b20a's. Also the center studs had to be cut down because they touched the cams. I only used the factory washer on the two center studs.
Can you see how beefy those splines are! This is a factory traction lock system, also note how I had to grind down the b20a5 block for the intermidate shaft, I wonder if there is a better clearance there on the jdmb20a block?
Hey! I’m looking at purchasing a 91 prelude. They are asking $2,000. He has put in a new b20a5 engine with 220km. Has all new belts and power steering lines done. He also is throwing in a deal of a new paint job for an extra $800 - $1000
Ok guys I'm new here and I have 91 prelude si that I am putting an f22b in and I'm looking for recommendations a manual transmission..(the b21a1 that have will not work so I'm looking for a work around)
I'm taking the initiative, hopefully this will end up being stickied, so that I can be immortalized in my glory for such a brilliant idea.
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