What engine does a 98 Honda Prelude have?
2.2 L 4-cylinder
1998 Honda Prelude/Engine
What does Type SH mean on Prelude?
The front-wheel-drive Prelude coupe’s fifth and final generation debuted for 1997 and included the Type SH, or Super Handling, model and its then new Active Torque Transfer System (ATTS). It carries 63.1 percent of its 3035 pounds on its front wheels.
What Hondas came with H22?
H22. The H22 debuted in the U.S. in 1993 as the H22A1 for use in the Honda Prelude VTEC. Since then, versions of the H22 would become the Prelude’s signature high-performance engine worldwide until the end of Prelude production in 2001.
How much horsepower does a 1998 Honda Prelude have?
1998 Honda Prelude/Horsepower
How much does a h22 weight?
Registered. Mine weighs 598 pounds.
How much does a 98 prelude weigh?
2,954 to 3,042 lbs
1998 Honda Prelude/Curb weight
How long is a 1998 Prelude?
1998 Honda Prelude/Length
Why did the Honda Prelude have a low hoodline?
When the 2-liter 16-valve DOHC engine came out the hood had to be slightly modified since the larger engine could not fit under the original hood. The original 1.8-liter engine was developed specifically for the Prelude to allow a low hoodline, even tilting the engine backward to make it lower yet.
What kind of wheels does a Honda Prelude have?
The Prelude was only available in three models for Canada and two models for the US (the Base and Type SH). All models came with 16-inch alloy wheels and 200HP (203 PS). The 2.0i and JDM Si trims came with 195/60 R15 steel wheel, and the JDM Xi came with 14″ steel wheels.
What is the top speed of a 1988 Honda Prelude?
In 1987, Road & Track published a test summary that shows the 1988 Honda Prelude 2.0Si 4WS outperforming every car of that year on the slalom, with a speed of 65.5 mph (105.4 km/h), even besting exotics such as Porsche and Ferrari.
What is the fifth generation Honda Prelude called?
Honda also released a special edition fifth generation Prelude, called Motegi. The name of this special edition derives from the ‘twin-ring Motegi’ motor-racing circuit, located in Haga District, Tochigi, Japan. This track was built in 1997 by Honda as part of their effort to bring the IndyCar series to Japan.