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H22 H2b Crx

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by Z6CRX, May 23, 2007.

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    Well this has been sitting under a cover for quite some time, almost done though. Every step of the way plauged by problems. Mostly just dead stuff and broken sensors.

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    More to come later
     
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    keep us posted.. looks like its gonna be a monster
     
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    thanks, my friend Chris just got the hood fabbed up will post pics later
    100x better welder than I
    I also jsut realized this isnt supposed to be the hybrid part of the forum :D
     
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    Holy Crap LOOK AT THAT COWL!!!
    :ph34r: its not stealth anymore
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    shoulda just raised the back of the hood.
     
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    Looked at raising the back of the hood. but in the end the valve cover would have hit and the spacers would add up to be like 2 mayve 3 inches to clear everything at that angle. Im also using the stock manifold so the butterfly valve thing (whatever the heck its called) adds about an inch.

    I know you can use the spacer with the EJ/EG but not quite so well with the ED/EF

    This seemed like the best solution, I'm not in favor of the cowl, but at least it is functional or a good reason to be there :D , unlike 90% of them i see.
     
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    very well. carry on then. :)
     
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    Hood's pretty much prepped so far and works (mostly).

    Right now I just need to find another obd1 distributor for it H22/H23
    Can anyone confirm that the h23 bolts up though, cause ill just head to a junkyard around here and get it cause the crank sensor is dead in the current. I already replaced the sensor with one from an LS, and just makes it worse.

    All thats left after that is o2 and finding a good map sensor.^_^
    This thing is going to be rough looking for the next few weeks till I decide to "try" to get it painted.
     
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    Well, I figured I'd give a bit of an update.
    I had way too many issues with that particular chassis. I had something electrical that i couldn't quite trace out, as well as issues with the brakes later one.

    For the short time i could drive it, it got up and went pretty good.
    So i just pulled the motor and its sitting in my parent garage in PA right now.

    Anyone in central PA that has a pre-1988 civic/crx chassis they would like to donate ;). If i cant find something ill just sell the complete engine.
     
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