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So for my curiosity I wanted to know if the belt for the FK8(K20C1) would work on the Accord(K20C4). Both have different parts numbers but I think I remember seeing that the reason for that was that the belt on the FK8 had more rigidity to prevent slipping for its power and to handle the heat under the hood. When I was searching for a replacement belt I came across the HKS belt for the type r which looks cool but the price idk id rather go with the oem type r belt if it fits. I then searched the diagram for both cars and they look about the same. Has anyone accomplished this yet?
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I’m at 49.9k and I do spirited driving daily but not to crazy. I started to hear a faint squeal but only when the hood is popped open you can hear it.
 

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I’m at 49.9k and I do spirited driving daily but not to crazy. I started to hear a faint squeal but only when the hood is popped open you can hear it.
FYI at 48k i had to replace mine. noticed a 4 inch section on one side of the belt where it was kind of ripping slightly. Bought a continental brand from autozone and good as new. Was suprised because my old accord had 80k plus with original serpentine. Now reading your thread seems like some of these belts last only around 50k.
 
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