Now I've called hasport and I've searched on the net. And after talking to hasport I'm even more confused. Here's the situation: I have a 94 EX civic coupe that's automatic. I already have the parts to convert it to standard. I'm installing my H22 which came from a 96 prelude but it doesn't have a distributor. I read that I would have to get a 92-93 accord distributor then swap the guts of that into the prelude distributor. Why? And I thought 90-93 accords used the same distributor? Then I spoke with hasport and they said I didn't have to do this, that I can just use the prelude distributor and call it a day. So what should I do? Then to top things off hasport also told me that I had to switch some of the 96 preludes censors because they are OBDII and the 94 civic is OBDI. Why would it matter if I'm using the preludes original ECU? Can somebody give me some indepth knowledge please! If anyone knows what needs to happen with the wiring and distributor can you feel me in I'm trying to have my car on the road by next week. I can't find nothing on the internet that gives in depth knowledge about the wiring and what's needed.