I just got done replacing my F22B1 VTEC with a similar engine in my 94 Accord EX. I replaced only the engine (w/ intake & exhaust manifolds, throttle body, & fuel rail/regulator/injectors), leaving the stock auto tranny and components (alternator, radiator, PS pump, etc.) I had previously in the car. Now that I have everything wired up, I got it running for about 10 minutes and it stalled. It sounded as if something choked the engine out, i.e. water in the fuel, bad vacuum. Since then I haven't been able to get it running again. Every time I try to crank the car up, the engine's turning over, but it just doesn't seem to have the oomph to get it going. I've checked the ignition system, fuel system, and vacuum lines and all seem to check out o.k. I have a 94 Accord 4dr EX w/ auto tranny, and the engine I got is from a 95 Accord 2dr EX w/ 5-spd. I noticed that my old engine altogether had three more vacuum lines than the new one, so I figured it was for the auto trans. I hooked them up like they were originally. Now my new engine was sitting in a covered 'barn' for a good six months outside of the car, but all electrical connections and stuff were protected from the elements. I think this is all the info you guys might need to give me a little help or if this happened to you, how you corrected it. Thanks.