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    Re: Progress thread

    Are the prelude carb and FI transmissions different?
    I know the SI one will work on the accord but don't know about the carb one.
    Originally posted by Shady_Pro:

    ya piggy backing our ecu's is like putting webbers on your lude....useless!...



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    Re: Progress thread

    Any ideas on if a carb prelude trans will work on the a20? I actually found a manual Prelude trans from an '87 but it's a carb one. Need to verify before buying =P
    Originally posted by Shady_Pro:

    ya piggy backing our ecu's is like putting webbers on your lude....useless!...

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    Re: Progress thread

    1989 Accord CV Half Shaft, Driver's side MT:

    Overall Compressed Length (In): 36-7/16 Inch
    Inboard Shaft Connection Style: Spline
    Outboard Shaft Connection Style: Spline
    Number Of Inboard Splines: 27
    Number Of Outboard Splines: 26
    ABS Tone Ring Included: No
    Axle Nut Included: Yes
    Axle Nut Hex Size (mm): 32mm
    Axle Nut Thread Size: M22-1.50
    Axle Nut Head Type: Flanged Hex

    1987 Prelude Dual Carb Driver's Side Axle:


    CV Axle Shaft New; Front; Driver Side; Manual Transmission
    New Or Remanufactured: New
    Overall Compressed Length (In): 36 Inch
    Overall Compressed Length (mm): 916mm
    Inboard Shaft Connection Style: Male
    Outboard Shaft Connection Style: Conventional
    Number Of Inboard Splines: 25
    Number Of Outboard Splines: 24
    ABS Tone Ring Included: No
    Axle Nut Included: Yes
    Axle Nut Hex Size (mm): 31.8mm
    Axle Nut Thread Size: M22-1.50
    Axle Nut Head Type: Hex


    The 1.8 engines use smaller axles, so you will want to skip that.

    I believe the bellhousing has the same pattern, but it's actually smaller since the Prelude has a smaller clutch or flywheel as well.

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    Re: Progress thread

    So really to make it work I would have to take accord axles and have a shop put the prelude ends on them that go into the diff.
    Even then what would I do for a clutch and flywheel? Use the prelude ones?
    hmm. Thanks for the information.
    Originally posted by Shady_Pro:

    ya piggy backing our ecu's is like putting webbers on your lude....useless!...

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