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Euro-R (Accord) Intake Manifold on H22A

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> BA-BB /CA-CD' started by JDM7o3, Jul 12, 2004.

  1. JDM7o3

    JDM7o3 Junior Member

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    I just purchase a Accord Euro-R Intake Manifold. I know this intake manifold is specifically designed to fit a Accord Euro-R cylinder head (F20B). The intake manifold also can be successfully fitted to a H22A cylinder head. But with a few modifications. I'm curious to know, what kind of modifications is need to ensure the proper installation of the Euro-R Intake Manifold? :worthy:
     
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    Um, the H22A is just as good as the F20B, if not better. I wouldn't do any modifications, since there will be no gain. If you want to improve power through modifications, look into port work, cams, throttle body enlargement, an H22A4 intake, or something else worthwhile.:shrug:
     
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    dude this is the accord euro-R were talking about. It is better than the stock h22a manifold. Dyno tests have proven it.
     
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    The Euro-R manifold is quite a bit different from the stock H22A manifold. No secondary butterflies, hand-polished runners, etc.

    Anyway, there's an awesome write-up over on honda-tech about how to install it. Do a search, you'll find it. The install looks to be quite difficult, though.
     
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    Sorry, I was confused with the Accord SiR, which has a lower HP rating. I've never seen a Euro-R. Is it better than the 97-01 JDM Prelude 220 HP H22A?
     
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    http://www.supercars.net/cars/2000@$H...0Euro%20Rg.html

    Looks like it's similar, but I don't think it's the same. I know for a fact that it's tricky to get the Euro-R manifold to bolt up to a base JDM H22A, while it's quite easy to bolt up a Type-S manifold. :shrug2:
     
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    any idea as to how difficult it is to bolt up? i have one, mani, and a 97 lude engine. lemme know if you guys find a link or somethin.
     
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    As I said, do a search over at honda-tech. I know they've got a complete write-up of the install.
     
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    [​IMG]


    Here's a picture of an Euro-R Intake Manifold.
     
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    dohcvtec_accord WRX Sellout

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    That's the one. I've got a brand-new one sitting in my bedroom right now. Anyone wanna buy it? :D
     
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    id think about it ut for what you proably want for it and how much of a pain in the ass it is to make it work i think ill just buy a skunk2 seems how they just came out with one for the h22 :D
     
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    I'd let it go for pretty cheap, since it's just been sitting in my house forever. Like $220 shipped or so.
     
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    The jdm type-s and euro-r accord have the same hp and torque, take your pick.

    and heres your euro r accord
    [​IMG]
     
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    If your not interests in OEM intake manifolds. Skunk2 offers an aftermarket intake manifold. Racingworks.com is offering this H22A intake manifold for $338.40, plus $13.58 ( UPS Ground, US only ) for handling & shipping, and your automatically charged for insurance on the item of purchase. Esitmated price came out to be $362.47

    Prelude Type - S, Euro-R, Accord Type - R, or Skunk2 Pick one!
     
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    I'de prob. pass on the Euro-R manifold. The Type-S would prob. be a better bet with the matching Type-S throttle body..

    Anyone know if the Skunk2 manifold has been released?
     
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    it has been released as far as i know....and i dont see the euro r or type s mani's being wothwhile now that the skunk2 is out and is a direct bolt up affair....fuck modyfying something just to get it to fit right
     
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    I just wanted to know what is the best way to add another 40hp+ to my accord type R 1999
     
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    Intake, header, exhaust, maybe some cams, and tuning...
     
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