Last edited by Franco Tirador; 03-20-2014 at 12:40 AM.
looks nice. Could use a wash! bump
It's not the speed that kill's its the sudden stop at the end.
a little more info on the engine
This engine series was used in the CF4, CF5, CF9, CL3 Honda Accord and Honda Torneo from Japan. It uses a DOHC VTEC cylinder head similar to the H22A found in the Prelude but was designed to comply with many countries' sub-2.0 liter tax. The automatic transmission versions received the lower hp version (180 hp), as it was tuned for more mid-range torque than its manual transmission counterpart. The F20B manual version also utilized stronger cams, intake and throttle body from the H22 type S. The difference between f20b manual (200 hp) and auto (180 hp) is cams, intake, throttle body and the gearbox for manual come with t2t4.
Accord SiR wagon, SiR-T F20B 97-01 2.0 L
Valve train: four-cylinder, DOHC VTEC, 16-valve
Bore: 85.0 mm
Stroke: 88.0 mm
Displacement: 1997 cc
Torque: 145 lb·ft (197 N·m) @ 5500 rpm
Horsepower: 197 hp (147 kW) @ 7000 rpm
Red line: 7400 rpm
Fuel control: OBD-2
Last edited by Franco Tirador; 09-09-2012 at 02:00 AM.
Got a brand new nice radio for the car
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seems like a fair price, but only have 3k to pay if interested. good luck tough
sorry cant do 3k, thanks tho
drove it around town today, got emissions done, passed with 0 issues, im going to start dayling it this coming week, gets nice mpg btw
i also got a carbon fiber hood for it and a new radio
throw some serious offers ia, VERY solid car here, it has nice oem sound by the way, ther rear speakers say something about "acoustic" something, but i have to say it's the best oem sounding speakers i have heard
Bump...always wanted a prelude. Its acoustic research....great OEM speakers.
Want a B16a EJ coupe?? Its got a sunroof....
thanks for the offer, but not thanks, yeah i always wanted a bb6 lude too, im enjoying it right now, i may lower it soon, but with my other car being so low i like the stock height of the lude lol
new lowered price
Last edited by Franco Tirador; 09-23-2012 at 12:53 AM.
thanks for the bump, ill post better interior pics later
nope, it's just been my comfy DD, got a carbon fiber hood for it. Why what's up?
got some 06+si wheels for it, o shet
Bump - I'm looking for a prelude - but looking for stock, the F20b is better matched to a lighter car still unique though!
And did this used to be a SH? It has all the right parts..
the f20b moves this car a bit better than the H, and it's made better so it will last longer than the H, recently i pulled up close to like 2 bb6 at lights and they were both knocking lol, and you know your preludes, yes it used to be an SH (shift knob and wheels) :-) i still have the SH tranny/transfer case if someone wants to turn it back into an SH lol, i would not, SH are a b***h to work on and they not even worth it
I would say thats surprising, but you said its a relatively young JDM motor, so thats not surprising. It's not the first time I've heard of an f20b going into a BB6, but its not the most common thing. I'll second that comment about SH's being a pain to work on. It doesn't require personal experience to know that something like ATTS is going to be a biznatch to work on. After it goes out, it's almost impossible to repair, and becomes dead weight. Bump again for a clean looking Lude.
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yeah, these engines only came in heavy cars, accord wagons and so forth, Honda did not put them in integras/civic for a reason, it's too heavy for them
^^ have to disagree...
Not too heavy. Torque is a beautiful thing.
'82 TE72 SR5 Sport Coupe
so just wondering,
what is it like?
i thought the lude needed that extra tq?..
how does it pull with the f20?
it pulls VERY good, i mean it's the same crap as the H, just built better, the engine is healthy and low miles so of couse it's going to pull nice, i chose to spend a bit more for the F20B over the h22 because i have always liked this particular engine and the walls are iron, so you have a VERY good foundation for just dailying or build it for NA or boost, no need to send the block off to be sleeved. Let just say this guy has a bunch of money and he chose to go with the F20B for his bb4 over the H, and from what i can tell the internals of the F20B is still STOCK.
With a little bit of money you can get the engine on steroids like this one, but im not looking to put the car on steroids, right now it's just a stock quiet daily that i dont have to worry about the engine knocking or all the crazy crap that those a4s do
^big mikes car^
i wish i had never sold my lude...
i like it!! take my teg lol
Originally Posted by TheDrunkScotsman
Good luck with selling, good sir.
Fair price, nice car!
sell me the f20b?
no my fren, im falling in love with this motor, right now is my reliable daily
I understand, just thought I'd try. I should have an F20B+LSD tranny combo by january.
you will be a happy camper
Bump for a nice deal! Like the F20B!
97 Integra GSR
yeah, me too, I think this is the engine im going to use in a sleeper im planning to build after i build this, sounds real beastly when you get on it too