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The term Reduced Friction referred to the minimizing of forces that create friction in the shock absorbers , providing more efficient damping for the full suspension stroke. Also noteworthy, all Accords equipped with automatic transmissions used an electronically controlled rear engine mount to reduce low frequency noise and vibration. On idling and steady-state cruising that do not require supercharging, the movable flags--or wings--which are fully opened, allow exhaust gas to enter the enlarged nozzle area and pass through the turbine smoothly with little resistance.

When the Legend was introduced worldwide, the optional equipment list was minimal as commonly identified equipment regarded as luxury in nature was included as standard equipment, leaving the only option the choice between a manual or automatic transmission.

The major mechanical difference between the Legend and the Toyota, Mazda and Nissan sedans was that the Legend was front wheel drive, which Honda stated was "quite simply the most logical means to the ends the engineers desired: Efforts to minimize torque steer were achieved by the half shafts and the angles of the joints at the ends of those shafts being equalized, helping the Legend to accelerate in a straight line.

The Japanese-spec Legend was offered with three trim levels; the V6Xi with the 2. The V6Gi had the same level of equipment and luxury features as the V6Xi, whereas the V6Zi had reduced content and a lower price. The V6 engines were available with electronic, multi-port sequential fuel injection Honda called Programmed Fuel Injection, or PGM-FI and a variable length intake manifold on the smaller 2.

Transmission selections were either a four speed automatic transaxle with a computer controlled lockup torque converteror a five speed manual transaxle.

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In order for the sedan to comply with Japanese vehicle size requirements and reduced tax liability, the car with the 2. The slightly smaller bodystyle also allowed the Legend to compete with the upscale Toyota Cresta and Chaser and the Nissan Laurel.

The Legend offered many Honda "firsts", such as a driver side airbag, vehicle speed sensitive power assist rack and pinon steering, anti-lock brakes, seat belt pre-tensioners with Emergency Locking Retractors called E. The Legend was introduced with a double wishbone suspension for the front wheels, and a modified Chapman strut with trailing arm rear suspension Honda called "RF Reduced Friction Strut Rear Suspension" with progressive rate rear coil springs that stiffen as they compress to combine smooth ride and good handling.

The rear coil spring was separate from the strut and positioned so that vertical pressure was supported by the lower control arm. The term Reduced Friction referred to the minimizing of forces that create friction in the shock absorbersproviding more efficient damping for the full suspension stroke.

The rear suspension was upgraded to double wishbone starting with the model year worldwide.

The mount contained two fluid filled chambers separated by a computer controlled valve. All station wagons sold outside the United States were affixed with a small badge on the "C" pillar denoting the vehicle was built at the Ohio facility.

The turbocharger compressor housing had four vanes made from heat resistant Inconel alloy surrounding the turbine wheel on the inlet side of it that would fluctuate based on engine load and transmission gearing above 2, rpm to allow for increased airflow into the engine as needed.

The turbo compressor could generate as much as millimetres of mercury 8. According to an excerpt originally printed by Automotive Engineering dated January "The movable wings are positive pressure- and vacuum-operated, their angle changes are controlled by an eight-bit kilo byte computer that also manages fuel injection.

Positive pressure to the wing actuator is supplied by the turbo's supercharge pressure, controlled by a frequency solenoid valve, and negative pressure is generated by intake vacuum and accumulated in a reservoir which is also solenoid controlled.

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The CPU is fed signals including boost pressure, intake temperature, coolant temperature, throttle opening, engine rpmand vehicle speed.

This was one of the first U.

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The growing popularity of the Accord internationally was evident in the ever-increasing dimensions, which now matched almost exactly with the first generation Legend introduced in For this fourth generation Accord, Honda made significant engineering design improvements.

All Accords sold in North America came with a completely new all aluminum 2. Also noteworthy, all Accords equipped with automatic transmissions used an electronically controlled rear engine mount to reduce low frequency noise and vibration.

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The mount contained two fluid filled chambers separated by a computer controlled valve. At low engine speeds, fluid is routed through the valve damping vibration. Above rpm, fluid is routed around the valve making the engine mount stiffer. The Canadian Accord trim levels varied slightly from the U.

Fourth generation Japanese-assembled EXi Accords sold in Australia offered the same 4-wheel steering technology as was available optionally on the U. Honda Prelude, but was not included on the New Zealand-assembled versions.

Cruise control was dropped from the DX sedan, with air conditioning remaining a dealer-installed option. The LX kept the same features as the previous generation including air conditioning, power windows, door locks, and mirrors.

The 90—91 EX added 5 horsepower due to a different exhaust manifold design, slightly larger exhaust piping and a twin outlet muffler. Some models though rare were special ordered with an anti-lock braking system at that time abbreviated as ALB, now all automakers refer to it as ABS.

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A redesigned manual transmission with a hydraulic clutch was standard equipment in all trims while an all-new electronically controlled 4-speed automatic transmission was optional for all models.

Some new dealer-installed accessories were now offered including a single-disc in-dash CD player or trunk mounted 6-disc CD changer, stereo equalizer, fog lights, security system, rear wing spoiler, trunk lip spoiler, luggage rack, full and half nose mask, center armrest, window visors, sunroof visor, car cover, and a cockpit cover.

Because of tightening auto safety regulations from the NHTSA, all and Accords sold in the United States came equipped with motorized shoulder belts for front passengers to comply with passive restraint mandates.

These semi-automatic restraints were a two component system; a motorized shoulder belt along with a non-integrated and manually operated seatbelt. The shoulder belts automatically raced around each window frame encircling both the driver and front seat passenger whenever the front door closed.

The process reversed to release them when opened. The lap belts however, still required manual fastening. Honda of America badge installed on the "C" pillar In early for the model year, Honda unveiled the Accord wagon, manufactured at the Marysville, Ohio plant.

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