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F22B in 91 Accord

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> BA-BB /CA-CD' started by 91acord, Aug 2, 2003.

  1. 91acord

    91acord Junior Member

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    1st off my car is a 91 accord lx 5-speed. 2nd I was wondnering if this engine(F22B) would bolt right in(could i use my stock tranny and ecu)? Also how hard is going from no OBD to OBD1...? Thanks




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    90 accord Chicks dig the box Moderator VIP

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    get an h22. lots easier and more commpnly donr. more people will be able to give you better quality posts about it.
     
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    Well i wasnt asking about an h22, my cai sucked in water in a flood we had and my motor blew. I dont have the money right now so i was wondering about this engine... any help would be appricated, thanks
     
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    yes it is pretty much a straight drop in. you'd have to wire vtec, a knock sensor, etc.
     
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    dohcvtec_accord WRX Sellout

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    Well, it depends on whether he means an F22B1, an F22B2 or a true F22B -

    F22B1: Wire VTEC
    F22B2: More or less a straight drop in
    F22B: Probably a knock sensor, not much else
     
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    i assumed the b1.. my fault.
     
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    Hey man, I got the same car as you. We come stock with an F221...the F22B is just a step up from what we got now. Better off goin with an H22A1 from the prelude. Its an easy bolt in motor for our cars.
     
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    :werd:

    To answer your question, yes. Any H or F series engine should bolt right in, with little or no modification to your mounts. Even easier with the F series. You can use your tranny, and MAYBE your ecu. Depends on the exact engine that you get. Little things might change, but they bolt up about the same.

    Check the reference section for the differences in HP, torque, VTEC or Non-Vtec, Single or Dual OverHead Cams (DOHC)
     
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  10. dohcvtec_accord

    dohcvtec_accord WRX Sellout

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    It bolts in much like an H or F series engine.

    That one you listed doesn't come with a tranny though...
     
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