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f22a1 to h22

Discussion in 'Prelude' started by no name, Oct 15, 2008.

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    no name New Member

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    can you put an h22 head on an f22 block? i was told you could but im not sure
     
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    yes
     
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    what do you all have to do? is it like ls vtec wehre you need different lines and shit or does it basically jsut bolt on and run the vtec wires? what ecu do i need?
     
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    You would need the H22's ECU. Run a search on this, it's been covered before...
     
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    zone90cb7lx just a noob...

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    its a long process... i would recomend other options unless your really into what ur doing...i know ive said this a thousand times and ill probably say it agian....check out cb7tuner.com they have picture by picture project of the same thing or simular....
     
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    I agree. CB7Tuner.com will probably have some great articles on this. H/F-series is their specialty...
     
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    zone90cb7lx just a noob...

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    dude those guys probably have every nut and bolt vin number memorized lol
     
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    zone90cb7lx just a noob...

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    i think its cuz most of them are nice conadians lol
     
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    Its not a direct bolt on thing. A h23/f22b Dohc head would be easier.
     
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    i cant fin e andything on cb7tuner... werhe on ther do i look?
     
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    zone90cb7lx just a noob...

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    lol they even have a sticky and diy on navigating through there forum, they even have examples!!!! its dummy proof....
     
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