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1994 accord engine swap to h22a help

Discussion in 'Accord' started by madmott, May 8, 2011.

  1. madmott

    madmott New Member

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    hey guys i have my loved Honda accord 1994 vti, its got 260 000kms on the clock. time to change the engine i want to do a engine swap from my f22b vtec engine to a h22a jdm engine. aswell as a manual conversion, i have read up a bit and found out its a very easy conversion. i am a apprentice working at sydney city lexus so i have some experiance aswell as a workshop of mates willing to help me and use their tools and hoist. so id like a guide on how to start my project what ill need how ill go about doing it pretty much everything that could help me in compleating this conversion with out problems. thanks
     
  2. 94tuner

    94tuner New Member

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    Might help a little bit
    H22A swap guide
     
  3. jusaccord

    jusaccord New Member

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    wha kinda h22 engine is good for a 94 accord
     
  4. BrutalB83

    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    Any of them really. They're all bolt-in swaps. From a wiring standpoint though, something OBD1 will be easiest (pre-96 engines)...
     
  5. jusaccord

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    thanks i jus found one too, 96 h22 vtech blue top
     
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    I think your best bet would be a jdm h22a 92-95 from hmotorsonline. I believe the complete change over is around 2100.00. The engine is obd1 which is what you want and the complete change over would supply you with almost everything you need, minus the stuff you need to do the auto to manual conversion.
     
  7. nusdogg

    nusdogg JDM H22A

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    I'd go with a JDM H23A VTEC blue top; siick engine. But yeah, for simplicity, you want to stay with OBD1.
     
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