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accord newbie..... h22a onto 95 accord

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> BA-BB /CA-CD' started by vegascd7, Jul 18, 2009.

  1. vegascd7

    vegascd7 New Member

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    this is my first honda, 95 accord cpe 5 speed...unfortuntely it blew the stock f22.... previous owners!!!
    i bought a 92-96 spec h22a..

    what do i need it to make it work on my accord...? parts list...!!
    i know it bolts on... the oem mounts will work except the drivers side...
    95 accord..OB1 ...

    thanks!
     
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    vegascd7 New Member

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    forgot to that my accord is an EX model...
     
  3. jimboburgess

    jimboburgess Go fast, Go Cheap

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    in the accord, you must use the prelude transmission mount, and also the prelude driver side mount. also use the prelude rear tranny mount BRACKET, or it wont fit right... other than that, use the accord wiring harness on the prelude motor and itll plug n bolt right in no problems, also too, i never used my EGR once swapped, so idk if maybe your using a chipped ecu or not, but if you are i wouldnt bother even hooking it up, just block it off....
     
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    use accord half shaft and axles, they fit just fine with no binding
     
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    DESPAIN yep....mmhhm.......yep...

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    from what i know of them........ or at least when you buy a hsaynes. the prelude and accord are all in the same book. the are the same basic platform....
     
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