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H22 in 91 CRX Si

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by Mykon CRX, Sep 27, 2003.

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  1. Mykon CRX

    Mykon CRX Junior Member

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    Sep 27, 2003
    I'm new here, browsed around, didnt see anything that answered my questions: link me up if this is an old question...

    What is the best H22 to swap into a Rex?
    What are the parts I need?
    The engine bay is tiny, will I lose any functionality?
    Are there books available? (like the b16 swap guides seen on ebay)
    What is the HP range I should expect?
    Will I have to mod the engine bay?

    Here are my skills, so you know what level of understanding I am at:
    Electrician, Woodworking, Plastics, Webdev, Graphics, Cad, Metal Cutting...

    The only mods I've performed myself to the current 1.6 liter Si: Header, (no cat - flex-pipe), 2 1/4 pipe, Tsudo Exaust, Matrix short ram Intake, replaced distributor, plugs, wires, battery, and lots of electrical tune-ups... (I've only had this CRX a couple of weeks.)

    I realize I'm wasting time modding the stock engine, because right now I'm lucky to push 150 HP with these huge stock rims... So is the H22 worth it?

    And no, I'm not gunna drop a B16 in it for a measly 20-30 HP gain....

  2. civic15.8

    civic15.8 Senior Member

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    Feb 17, 2003
    first this is in the wrong section second i think you are getting your self into more than you are going to want to do. you can expect around200Hp 161Trq (JDM) 190Hp 156Trq (USDM)
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