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Hi there,

I say yes no problem.

But don't take my word for it.


Below is a listing of inter-compatible Honda Accords and Rover 600's that all share the same fittings:


  • ROVER 600 I (RH) 618 i/Si
    115 PS • 85 KW • 03/1996 bis 02/1999
    KBA: 2055412
    ROVER 600 I (RH) 620 i
    115 PS • 85 KW • 08/1993 bis 06/1996
    KBA: 2055375
    ROVER 600 I (RH) 620 Sdi
    105 PS • 77 KW • 05/1994 bis 06/1999
    KBA: 2055395
    ROVER 600 I (RH) 620 Si
    131 PS • 96 KW • 08/1993 bis 02/1999
    KBA: 2055376
    ROVER 600 I (RH) 620 Ti Vitesse
    200 PS • 147 KW • 05/1994 bis 08/1998
    KBA: 2055390
    ROVER 600 I (RH) 623 Si
    158 PS • 116 KW • 08/1993 bis 06/1999
    KBA: 2055377
    HONDA ACCORD IV (CB) 1.8
    105 PS • 77 KW • 01/1990 bis 12/1991
    HONDA ACCORD IV (CB) 2.0 16V (CB3)
    110 PS • 81 KW • 01/1990 bis 03/1993
    KBA: 7100461
    HONDA ACCORD IV (CB) 2.0 16V (CB3)
    90 PS • 66 KW • 01/1990 bis 03/1993
    KBA: 7100460
    HONDA ACCORD IV (CB) 2.0 i 16V (CB3)
    133 PS • 98 KW • 01/1990 bis 03/1993
    KBA: 7100462
    HONDA ACCORD IV Coupe (CB, CC) 2.0 i 16V (CC1)
    133 PS • 98 KW • 01/1992 bis 09/1993
    KBA: 1153303
    HONDA ACCORD V (CC, CD) 2.0 i (CD4)
    116 PS • 85 KW • 03/1993 bis 01/1996
    KBA: 2131300
    HONDA ACCORD V (CC, CD) 2.0 i S (CD4)
    131 PS • 96 KW • 03/1993 bis 01/1996
    KBA: 2131301
    HONDA ACCORD V (CC, CD) 2.3 i SR (CD6)
    158 PS • 116 KW • 03/1993 bis 01/1996
    KBA: 2131302
    HONDA ACCORD V (CE, CF_, CD) 1.9 i (CE7)
    116 PS • 85 KW • 02/1996 bis 10/1998
    KBA: 2131308
    HONDA ACCORD V (CE, CF_, CD) 2.0 i LS (CE8)
    131 PS • 96 KW • 02/1996 bis 10/1998
    KBA: 2131309
    HONDA ACCORD V (CE, CF_, CD) 2.0 TDi (CF1)
    105 PS • 77 KW • 04/1996 bis 10/1998
    KBA: 2131311
    HONDA ACCORD V (CE, CF_, CD) 2.2 i VTEC (CE9)
    150 PS • 110 KW • 02/1996 bis 10/1998
    KBA: 2131310

    I hope that helps you find what you are looking for.

    All the best!


 

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It's on the to do list. First I need to sort out the clutch, can't get a pedal even after rebuilding slave and master cylinder. Brand new clutch master cylinder needed I think as it won't build any pressure. After that I need to fix the annoying misfire that's making it run so badly when accelerating hard. After that comes the coil overs :)
 

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Oh that is a shame. Certainly wont be going far without a clutch.

I am assuming you also have a coil pack issue. An MSD upgrade will work wonders for the performance. If you struggle to find one for the Rover I would suggest grabbing one for a Mitsubishi Evo and swapping out the harness. Even doable for converting 4 coil packs over to wasted spark with the same MSD coil ;)
 
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