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Old 02-13-2015, 07:03 PM
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I have been having a really hard time finding out, if my 92 is a S or Si, Certain things I have purchased for a S and it fits like a glove, but other things have not. How can I tell for sure?

It is stock white with navy blue interior. It does not say on my registration
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Re: Type of 92

Look at your VIN number. If it says, "JHMBB2...", then it's an Si. If it says, "JHMBA8...", then it's an S. Another indicator is the engine (assuming it's original) -- if you look at the engine number, engraved on a flat spot to the left of the exhaust manifold, it starts with the engine type. The S came with an F22A1 (shared with the Accord), the Si with an H23A1. The S did not have ABS; the Si had it as standard. There are a host of other differences, but those are the easiest to find.

In fact, they're the same chassis, so anything that fits on an S chassis will fit on an Si, and the reverse is nearly true.
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