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Old 23 Aug 2007, 12:48 pm
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Default where can i get a jdm b20a for my 88 accord?

the 85-89 accord came with a sohc FI 2.0L I4 engine with A20A3 being the engine code. that only produced 122HP. in japan, europe, and and basically everyware but the US, the 85-89 accord was made with an optional DOHC FI 2.0 I4 engine with the engine code being B20A. this engine produced 160hp. this engine is also found in the 2nd gen preludes as an out of the us option aswell. i have a couple of friends in new zealand that see them everyday, problem is they dont want to pull one because the shipping would outragous. i live in california and i need to find someone close this way that can get one or know ware one is. also this engine is very,VERY similar to the B20A found in the 3rd gen preludes (89-91)(88 if it is jdm) but even with the same engine code, it is in fact a differant engine. any help is greatly appreciated.alexIT TYPICALLY HAS A GOLD OR BLACK VALVE COVER
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Old 23 Aug 2007, 12:52 pm
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this website may have some info for youhttp://mustardcat.brinkster.net/p3g/...dmb20a.htmhope it helps
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Old 23 Aug 2007, 12:54 pm
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passwordjdm.com, gspeedindustries.com
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