1993 Honda Prelude F22B Engine Turbo kit

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oriax123
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1993 Honda Prelude F22B Engine Turbo kit

Unread post by oriax123 » Mon Apr 22, 2013 3:31 pm

Hi there! New here, I have a question for you guys!

I have a 1993 Honda Prelude Si 4WS DOHC 2.2L with a F22B JDM Engine that came with the car when I bought it, my question is would I be able to use any of these turbo kits with this engine?

Link 1 :http://www.ebay.com/itm/321075757744?it ... m=&vxp=mtr
Link 2: http://www.ebay.com/itm/150876687350?it ... #vi-ilComp
Link 3: http://www.ebay.com/itm/1992-1993-1994- ... 1f&vxp=mtr

Or what would I need in order to convert any from the links above to make it fit and work with my engine?

 

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Re: 1993 Honda Prelude F22B Engine Turbo kit

Unread post by ProTech » Tue Apr 23, 2013 6:08 pm

We're not here to tell you if certain upgrades or hot rod parts will work on a certain type of vehicle or not. This forum is for people who have questions about repairs or problems with their cars. Why don't you just ask the people selling those items if any of them will work on your car or not.
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Re: 1993 Honda Prelude F22B Engine Turbo kit

Unread post by oriax123 » Tue Apr 23, 2013 7:09 pm

Ok how about thism

My car has been leaking coolant and dont know if its the water pump that needs to be replaced or if its a cable. How or where can I find the leak so I can repair this leak.

Thanks

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Re: 1993 Honda Prelude F22B Engine Turbo kit

Unread post by ProTech » Tue Apr 23, 2013 7:26 pm

Ok, this is another one of those 'common sense' questions. How do you find a leak? Look for it!!

Since I can't see the car in person, I can't tell you where it's leaking from. You will have to nose around in the engine compartment and determine where the coolant is coming from. If you've got a cooling system pressure tester, you can pump up the system which should make the area the leak is coming from more prevalent.
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