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H22 into a 99integra

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by fourshort, May 6, 2005.

  1. fourshort

    fourshort Junior Member

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    I'm looking for info for a friend on what all is needed to swap a h22 into a 99 integra. do i need to change all motor mounts? where is a good and reasonable place to buy them? on a budget. any info would help. thank's in advance
     
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    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    its the same as swapping it into a civic ... check the reference section im pretty sure there is an article on it
     
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    wanderinman Senior Member

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    You said you needed it on a budget, what exactly is your budget. I was going H-series in my 96 teg for a while, but found out it really can't be done cheaply, your lookin at LEAST 2-2500 assuming you do all the work yourself.

    But to answer your other question;
    You'll need mounts (500ish), customs axles, a modified shift linkage, of course the motor/tranny, the ECU for the H22, and I'm sure various other nick-nacks to make it all work.
     
  4. xj0hnx

    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    You don't use a modified shiftlinkage, you modify the chassis to use the Prelude linkage. You have to cut a bigger hole where the linkage comes through to accomodate the cables.
     
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    VTECin5th Administrator

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    Also, the mounts we bought were $249 on ebay.
    HCP i think, they worked great; no 'lining up' issues other than you will have to cut a piece of the tranny mount frame.
     
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