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f22 into crx

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by d16z6si, Oct 17, 2009.

  1. d16z6si

    d16z6si New Member

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    Ok so i have always been a sohc person. I have had my share dual cams, and love surprising people with off the wall crazy built sohc. So this one is a new swap for me. If anyone has any help i really need all that i can get. Thanks A lot:(
     
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    c-rex-beat yeah, it's a vtec.

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    I have thought about this swap before but more like a frankenstein motor build. could be done fairly cheap. theres a mount for it so why not right.
     
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    riceracerex D-Series Ninja

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    How many aftermarket parts are there for a f22? Ever heard of the infamous G23 Frankenstein Build?
     
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    It's basically the same as doing an H22A swap... Mounts, Axles, etc... Unless you are using the Prelude version though you will have to use SOHC Prelude post bracket. Personally I think it's a lot of work for what you are going to get out of it but people will defiantly be surprised when you pop your hood.

    88-91 Honda Civic/ CRX EF H-Series Swap, DIY
     
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    ok so im going to do this all myself what axels do i need to run i have the accord but its smashed so what all should i use is the ? i guess
     
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    c-rex-beat yeah, it's a vtec.

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    non vtech accord
     
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    What motor exactly? You could swap on a couple different heads to increase power a bit. f22b2, f23a1, maybe even the non vtec f22a4 head, I have seen people run h23 heads on the f22 blocks as well but if you wanna stick with sohc I would go with the b2 probably. But either way I am glad to see another sohc guy sticking to them. I debated on a b18 swap in my civic when I blew my motor but ended up buildin a mini me instead.
     
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    SOHC's are going a long ways these days. Speed Factory just ran a 10-second D16y8 with a bad trans and stock cam. Using a nasty 600+ HP Vitara Setup. If they would change the gears and introduce a cam they would easily break into 9's.
     
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    92stoccord Big Member VIP

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    I wanted to swap an H22 for a while, but when I realized that I could put just as much power down with a good turbo and tune, I figured I'd stick with the f22 and rebuild if I have to, but then I remembered I have no money, and decided to drive it till it dies. F22 would be pretty cool. Built SOHC is always respectable. Good luck!
     
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    I recommend using an H22A half shaft and H22A EF swap axles if you can.
     
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    good luck with this, and keep everyone posted. sohc is the new B.lol..
    Old school builds like single cams will always atay freash.
     
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    lol. Stay fresh.. damn i'm retarded
     
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    riceracerex D-Series Ninja

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    :lolhammer: Welcome to Honda Swap
     
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    ok sorry i could not post anything yesterday my computer took a shit im not really to sure what the motor is for sure the car is sitting at my buddies shop and i guess my little rex got nominated for the swap so i need h22 axels and half shaft for an ef i heard from some where the the b18 axels will work is this true or is someone full of shit
     
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    TurboRex90 Golden EG

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    I see good 'ol SwapSwap poped in on this thread.
    Love your guys products :D

    But, glad your sticking with a SOHC. :D

    Pics when it starts !?
     
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    i will deff have pics up as soon as i start on the swap im takein it to my buddies shop on wendsday :) so excited im just doing stock si right now till i have everything for the f22 plus i wat to do complete rebuild and bore and head work you know all the works before it gets put in
     
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    ok so i went to jis shop today the motor is an f22b2 out of a 96 acord
     
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