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
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
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
Intro and outro music by Kevin Macleod (Incompetech.com).
Fully Built Turbo H23 Honda Prelude Project
The begining photos of my car are from the day i bought it. The videos in
the middle are me having fun a year later with my newly installed turbo kit, and the end is me taking my engine out,
fully building it and there is a list of everything i used in the build.
This is for people who appreciate a correctly built h23 street beast.
Stay tuned though, the engine is coming in soon, and im expecting 400wtq on
Honda Accord VTEC timing belt and water pump Honda Accord VTEC High Detail How to
You can buy a quality belt and water pump online here
Special thanks to Spanky for filming this video for me. : ) My last
Honda Accord video was
very well viewed, but lacking in good sound, stability, and lighting so I
did another one with some help. Enjoy High Detail How to do a timing belt
and water pump Honda Accord VTEC
HONDA V-Tec Operation
HONDA V-Tec Operation
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Describes the operation of the HONDA V-Tec variable valve timing system.
Like never seen before, this animation goes into details on the mechanical
principle of the V-Tec system. The Honda V-Tec system is a dual setting
variable valve timing system. It is meant to give high efficiency and low
power at lower RPM and high power and low efficiency at higher RPMs. There
have been a few incarnations of V-Tec, which came out in the late 80's, but
their principle is the same. See it all here with high quality visual
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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?
Turbo Honda Prelude Open Downpipe
i took my downpipe off last night to put on some heat wrap! Well, i figured
id disconnect it from the whole Exhaust using my V Band flange. What do i get?
more power. Wow. Amazing. its almost like VTEC again. So, if you want to
know what a turbo h23 sounds like
without Exhaust, by all means watch
P2646 Honda Accord ,VTC strainer
P2646 Honda Accord ,VTC strainer. This Honda would not run at higher
speeds. It would start bucking and stall out if held to the floor. After a
bit of cleaning it seems to run fine. Do not try just removing the screens.
If you try to run a Honda with out the VTC strainer any dirt that the
screen would of caught will now go in to the little oil passages and be
hard to remove. I am also Leary of trying to add cleaners to the engine
when experiencing VTC Strainer problems.If the debris stuck in the VTC
Strainer bad enough to set a P2646 code then I would be afraid the debris
would break down smaller ,get through the VTC strainer just to get caught
up in the valve train oil passages.
How To Adjust Valves Honda B18C VTEC 4 Cylinder -EricTheCarGuy
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Discussion about this video:
B Series Timing Belt Video:
Valve adjustment tool:
Long feeler gauges:
VTEC explanation video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nc800hkqY2M
I think this might just about complete my valve adjustment videos on Honda
engines. There are only a couple more that I can think of that I haven't
covered like the Vigor 5 cylinder engine and the DOHC VTEC found in the NSX
(that will be a fun one trust me) but that's about it. As you can see in
the video this valve adjustment requires a special tool. You don't have to
use the same one that I used in the video but you won't be able to
accomplish this procedure without some sort of special tool. Once again
make sure the engine is cold and it's probably not a bad idea to run back
through them after you go through the first time just to make sure
everything is still in spec, it's strange how one revolution of the crank
shaft can change things. Otherwise good luck.
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