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boosted f22

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> BA-BB /CA-CD' started by PhyRe, Jan 14, 2006.

  1. PhyRe

    PhyRe Senior Member

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    which f22b is the one that has the iron sleeves. the dohc out of a lude or the sohc out of the accord.

    i have a 93 lude si with blown motor and i need it up and running asap. the driver of the car (my sis) is going the body kits lights and crap way but since it needs a motor i thought why not grab up one of those iron sleeved motors everyone throws away for the h22 swap and boost the shit out of it. i was planing on doing that to the h23a block that was in there but ive heard all h series have the something or other fiber sleeves and you cant use forged pistons in the block with out resleeving. so why not the f22b. but which one. ive see a few, the f22b and the f22b1/b2. f22b1/b2 i have the great boost loving comp of 8.8:1 and with the b1 i have vtec. but with the the f22b i have 2 cams no vtec and higher comp of 9.2:1. so which has the magic sleeves and if they all do ill stick with the sohc vtec but if you have any info let me know.
     
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    the f22b1 has iron cylinder walls thats all i know but if u wanted a f22a1 i got one for sale soon.
     
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    does anyone have any info on the CL f23? sohc vtec thats all i know is it the same as the f22s specs? any info on any f series will help.
     
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    It's OBD2, and I think it's similar to the OBD2 F23's in 96 and up accords. Maybe 97 or 98.

    I think it's the same motor, since folks have H22'd their CL's.
     
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    rihihiheally? im going to have to lookin into that.
     
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    At least one member did it before.

    He hasn't been on in a long time. He also did the manual conversion I believe. I remember he was on Hondaswap several times asking wiring questions and such.
     
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    I dont know why it wouldnt work. The only thing i would wonder about would be the mounts. other than that, it should be pretty simple.
     
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    The Acura CL's have that sportshift option and shit. I think I'd keep the auto. I'd pimp a 5 spd Accord wagon in a heartbeat tho.
     
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    comes stock 150 hp and 152 ftlb trq. 86mm bore 97mm stroke. 9.3:1 cr
     
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    This is a very old thread..
     
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    f22b1 swap questions

    I have a 93 accord lx wagon with a f22a1 engine and 5-speed manual tranny. Will the f22b1 v-tech bolt to my tranny? And what other headaches am I looking at here!:confused:
     
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    Please make a new thread. Don't resurrect this one to talk about something off the topic...and 6 years after the discussion ended.
     
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