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Old 08 Jul 2013, 06:35 am
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Default What's the difference between a Honda prelude Si and the prelude with the Vtec?

What's the difference between a Honda prelude Si and the prelude with the Vtec?
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Old 08 Jul 2013, 06:48 am
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If you're talking about the 4th generation (1991?1996), then the Si had a non-VTEC H23A1, and the VTEC had the H22A1.
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