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1993 honda accord lx coupe

Discussion in 'Accord' started by joniboi, Feb 17, 2010.

  1. joniboi

    joniboi New Member

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    okay i have a 1993 honda accord lx coupe original motor stock non vtec factory motor all it has is an aem short ram air intake and i want more power out of it but i dont want to do a full engine swap yet and i been hearing u can put an h22 head on it and u can get more power ou of it what would u recomend i do with a 200 dollar budget
     
  2. 99sidude

    99sidude Moderator Moderator VIP

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    There isn't much you can do with a $200 dollar budget.

    30 second google search got me this on the h22 head swap

    G22 Swap:

    f22b2 block
    h22a head. machined/resurfaced
    h22 obd1 intake manifold
    p13 ecu or p28 chipd
    f23 head gasket
    f22 water pump
    h22 water pump
    h22 timing belt[​IMG]
    f22 alternator
    f22 water pipe from f22a
    h23 crank pulley
    h22 headers
    h22a dizzy
    f22 motor mounts of course
    as for tranny I'm usin my jdm h22 tranny with light weight flywheel & exedy stage 1 clutch exedy throwout bearing
    h22 axles bc of my tranny
    you have to plug 2 oil holes on the head.
    you have to use f22 water pump with h22 water pump gear
     
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    joniboi New Member

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    oh i see thanks 99sidude
     
  4. BrutalB83

    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    With $200 as your budget you can give your car a tune-up, and that's about it. I'd budget at LEAST $500 for that head swap...
     
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    tsellersjr93 CB7 with vtec gotta love

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    i say get some headers. It worked for me until i did my swap
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    That's a pretty decent idea. Megan Racing makes decent quality headers for fairly cheap. I think you'd have to drop a bit more then $200, but not a whole lot more...
     
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