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From Auto to Stick

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> BA-BB /CA-CD' started by Sleepyboi925, Oct 8, 2003.

  1. Sleepyboi925

    Sleepyboi925 Member

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    I have an auto 91 accord and i am doing a h22 swap and i plan on changing my auto into stick. What problems or what do i need to do the transmission change, i know it's a lot of labor and a lot of work, but i want the most power from my motor, so can someone give me the details of it and what parts i need, thanks
     
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    Frankie P. Senior Member

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    Well, I am not too sure how work and/or parts you need, but I do know just doing the swap yourself will be a good $2000. Good luck man.
     
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    It is really not that tideous at all. I did it on a 93 accord and also a 96 civic Ok this is what you will need

    Of course the swap, h22, tranny, shifter and cable linkage from a 94 up Accord 5 spd. and h22 ecu (pr3 or p72) and 94up accord axles for 5 spd.


    You can use the hydraulic master cylinder, lines and slave cylinder from a 90-93 Accord 5 spd, or you can buy the whole clutch assembly for about $100-$125 from Honda

    Get a flywheel and clutch if you dont already have won for the new 5 spd tranny

    Also you will have to do rewiring since your car is OBD 0 and a H22 will be at least an OBD 1. But should not be that devastating. i.e. distributor, alternator, injectors, main harness to ecu.

    other than that dont really see what else you will need to do
     
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    Um, rewiring unnecessary, except for maybe the transmission wires, VTEC, knock sensor, and IAB. Not that hard.
     
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