The 2.3-liter Honda H23A engine was assembled at the company’s Japanese plant from 1992 to 2002 and installed on some modifications of the fourth-generation Accord and Prelude models. There were two versions of the motor: with a black cover without VTEC and charged with a blue cover.
The Honda Prelude is a Japanese sports car in the Honda Motor Co., Ltd. line. Manufactured from 1978 to 2001. The car was originally produced for the European and North American markets. The 2nd and 3rd generation cars are dubbed the “youth dating model” thanks to their “low nose and hidden headlights.” The car was manufactured in the body of a two-door coupe with a front-wheel drive layout, as well as with an open top.
The 2.2-liter Honda H22A engine was produced at an enterprise in Japan from 1991 to 2002 and was installed on sports modifications of the Accord model or the popular Prelude coupe. The motor was offered in a couple of versions: less powerful with a black cover and more powerful with a red one.
The 2.2-liter Honda F22B engine was produced at the company’s plant in Japan from 1991 to 1997 and installed on popular concern models such as the Accord, Prelude or Odyssey minivan. The F22B power unit was produced in SOHC and DOHC modifications, with and without the VTEC system.
The 2.0-liter Honda F20A gasoline engine was produced by the concern from 1989 to 2002 and was installed on a number of popular models of the Japanese company, primarily on the Accord and Prelude. There were three carburetor and five injection modifications of the F20A power unit.