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e2q6 transmission what engine bolts to it?

Discussion in 'Accord' started by car54, Apr 10, 2015.

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    car54 New Member

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    Have 1989 Honda Accord with a20a1 on manual transmission e2q6. Will a b20a5 or d16z6 bolt to my transmission?
     
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    The z6 def will not.
    the b20a5 from the early prelude MIGHT.... the a and early b blocks were very similar. someone else can verify that?
     
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    My sponsor gave me the b20a5, but I can buy the d16z6. I really just want to know what parts mate to what and best application for paved circle track. IMG_343567280634022.jpeg
     
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    Very cool. We actually have a couple circle/dirt track members here.

    Needs HondaSwap.com stickers :D

    is there a rule book to follow for the build? what you can and cannot do for power, etc?
     
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    Stickers are always good. As far as rules yes there is but we don't race for points or money. There is a claimclause though and anyone can buy your car for $1500. I'm just getting into it but I am a mechanic and I want to learn so I can apply to aftermarket builds.
     
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    Cool so kinda like lemons.

    Did the car not come with an engine set up? I would tjink running stock with some massive porting and a small tire to get gearing advantage is what you'd want to do
     
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