Accord u don't want to mess with
This is my boys 2 door accord with h22 head with a h23 block if u see it in the streets don't try it you'll just embarrass urself
s2000 slides off the road ( I was loosely filming )
Due to the scum of the universe who cant read... Comments have now been disabled. My friend crashed his old car in a ditch 5 years ago. I was the passenger. Not too much damage was done. He did buy this with his own money. We were little kids then.
Honda Prelude,H23 Vtec swap, Sick 2000,motor in 94 si body
My Honda prelude h23 vtec , it a 94 si body with a 2000 h23 vtec from japan, i just painted the valve cover, but still need exterior paint. Lots of work left to do but i'm happy how it's comeing along, and she's running very strong
Boosted H23 Honda Prelude
My Original H23 turbo Thread: (27 pages, 661 replies, 26,000 views)
Building my H23: (147 Pages, 3671 Replies, 92,707 views)
My Progression Thread: (This is my current update thread)
My H22 turbo Install/Tune: (10 pages, 231 replies, 8,100 views)
How about my MANY prelude videos on here? http://www.youtube.com/user/retardedfolks#grid/user/6B66CDBDFB49BC58
94 Accord Turbo GT17
94 Honda Accord turbo GT17. F22b1, f23 IM, stock internals, ARP headstuds. Mild base crome tune P28, 17lbs. 2.5' Exhaust, stage 3 clutch. Just playing around no more than 5k shift.
Honda Accord VTEC Solenoid Gaskets Replacement
In this video I show you how to replace both VTEC solenoid valve gaskets (valve to cylinder head and solenoid to valve) on 1994-1997 Accords.
This is a common cause of oil leaks on the upper passenger side of the engine next to the distributor shaft seal, distributor o ring, and valve cover gasket.
It seems the same engineers who buried the Accords fuel filter also decided to make the VTEC solenoid valve difficult to remove as well. One of the bolts for the valve is buried so deep you have to partially drain the cooling system and use a u-joint to get it out.
I take your through the process step by step from removal of all the parts to re installation.
This video ran a bit longer than I wanted it to but considering how deceptively easy this job looks at first glance (until you can't get that one remaining hidden bolt on the valve off to remove it) I decided to leave in as much detail as possible.
You will need to add new coolant and bleed the cooling system to avoid engine damage after you're done. If you need that info here is the link to my cooling system bleeding video.
Honda part numbers used in the video:
Solenoid to valve gasket: 36172-P0A-005
VTEC valve to cylinder head gasket: 15825-P0A-015
VTEC oil pressure switch o-ring: 91319-PR3-003
Thermostat housing to intake gasket: 91312-P0A-000
Thermostat housing to connecting pipe o-ring: 91314-PH7-003
These part numbers should work on all 1994-1997 Accords with VTEC but as always check with your dealer to confirm these part numbers will work with your vehicle.
Intro and outro music by Kevin Macleod (Incompetech.com).