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B20 CRV into a 91 Prelude

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> BA-BB /CA-CD' started by Alvin, Nov 29, 2003.

  1. Alvin

    Alvin Junior Member

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    Hey guys,

    My 91 prelude (orignal B20 @ 190Kmiles) has a nasty knock/tapping going on and i'm looking at swapping a complete JDM or CRV longblock. Is this just a bolt in and go deal? Shoudl it bolt up using the stock motor mounts/tranny etc?

    Thanks a bunch
     
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    CRV engines are OBD 2, so it wouldn't be just a drop in and go. Whether or not it bolts up is another deal. Don't know.
     
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    nah dude it isn't gonna bolt right in- The b20a5 in the prelude is the only b series motor that doesn't share the mounts with the rest of the b-series- There might be a way to make it get in there but imo it really isn't worth it-
     
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    The motor mount locations on the motor aren't the same?


    If they are the same style motors I should be able to use the factory intake manifold/exhaust/sensors with just the new block/head.


    I mean the motor that cam out of it is a B20, whats different about a late model b20?


    That doesn't make sence.. Would you share where you've learned this?

    I'm trying to get familiar with my new import car.
     
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