What kind of timing system does a Honda Prelude have?

07/10/2020 Off By admin

What kind of timing system does a Honda Prelude have?

variable valve timing system
The Prelude VTEC engine uses a performance version of Honda’s innovative variable valve timing system (VTEC stands for Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control).

What engine does the 1991 Honda Prelude Si have?

Used 1991 Honda Prelude Si Specs & Features

Base engine size 2.1 l
Base engine type Gas
Cylinders Inline 4
Horsepower 140 hp @ 5800 rpm

Does a 1991 Honda Prelude Si have a VTEC?

In some countries, the Prelude with 2.2 VTEC engine was called the VTi-R. Later the 96 prelude SI/SR was introduced with a 2.3 Non-VTEC engine….Fourth generation (1991)

Fourth generation (BA8/9, BB1-BB4)
Wheelbase 2,550 mm (100.4 in)
Length 4,440 mm (174.8 in)
Width 1,765 mm (69.5 in)
Height 1,290 mm (50.8 in)

Can a Honda Prelude drift?

No, you can’t drift, but you can slide the rear end out for short periods of time.

How many miles can a Honda Prelude last?

Re: How long will a Prelude last? I am doing my rebuild at 137,000 miles but that is because the previous owners did not take care of it at all. It is a Honda motor, it can easily last up to 200-250k miles when slightly abused and 500k if driven right its whole life.

Why did Honda discontinue the Prelude?

Why did Honda stop making the Prelude? Unfortunately, as Honda’s premium alter ego Acura gained in popularity, the Prelude’s semi-lofty price tag cut sales significantly toward the end of the fifth-generation.

Is the 1988 Honda Prelude a good car?

The 1988 Honda Prelude has many fans who still drive them today. They say the car is a blast to drive, handling corners at high speeds with ease. They also say they are extremely reliable, and in the event there is a problem, they are very easy to fix.