It would take an actual fitment test, but I'm willing to bet they would work. Pretty radically, since they are nowhere near the same diameter... Well, we should find out shortly, since the '90 tranny should be here soon. The tranny DOES bolt up and the spline IS the same.
So, does Quaife have a diff for the 90-93 F22 Accord? The input section of the mainshaft, though, is larger in diameter where the pilot bearing is. The newer one is "finned" a little more, but has all the same mounting points, brackets, and bolt holes.
It has been speculated that the VSS are not interchangable...otherwise, I would've swapped to a 91 box along time ago! in my experience, the VSSs should swap, since the 4g/5g ones do (5g does not have the p/s regulator/lines). So that means the 88-89 are almost identical, and the 90-91 are different. - 90-91 are identical across all models internally. I helped online with a few tranny swaps, and a fellow had accidently purchased the 90/91 clutches...wouldn't swap over.
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1.000/same Gear I 3.250/3.166 Gear II 1.857/same Gear III 1.259/same Gear IV .0936/same Reverse 3.00/same Final Dri: 4,187/4,266 Someone get us 90/91 numbers!!! So that means the 88-89 are almost identical, and the 90-91 are different. - 90-91 are identical across all models internally.
Well, I have a '90 Si 5 speed on the way to replace the munched gearbox that my project car came with. I have to do some research tonite on the car, I will try and research what gears were used in what years on the 3g B series. Lemme have the doors Careful about the tranny..VSS are totally diffrent; the 88-89 is cable driven, while the VSS on 90/91 is electronic. Well, I need the gears more than anything else, so... I found a guy from Ebay that had one w/40k miles on it for $200 shipped. Speaking of which, I have a gauge cluster from a 3g that I need to get rid of- 89 Si w/40k miles, auto. I did some reasearch on the p/ns of tranny parts, and I can tell you a few things: - The 88-89 Prelude shares NOTHING internally with other B series trannies. - The 88-89 are the same except for 1st gear on the '89.
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