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H22 into civic EG swap

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by H-Ridah, Dec 9, 2006.

  1. H-Ridah

    H-Ridah New Member

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    Hi,

    I read a lotta threads on the H22 swap but some things are still unclear to me. I put a list together of parts I’ll need for my swap into my EG Civic. I’m not sure about some of the parts so here goes:

    1.Prelude Front Clip (Can get it for like $ 1800)

    2.Front and Rear GSR Brakes
    Will the GSR brakes work with my stock civic lines or will I need the whole brake “system”?

    3.GSR Fuel pump/Prelude Fuel pump
    I thought of the GSR fuel pump. Will this work with the H22? Does the Prelude Pump fit in my civic?

    4.H Series Rear Engine Bracket

    5.H Series a/c Bracket

    6.Hasport Engine Mounts
    Will GSR mounts work or do I really need aftermarket mounts?

    7.Hasport Axels/GSR Axels
    I’m not sure if the stick GSR axels will hold up well enough.

    8.GSR Gauge Cluster/Sir gauge Cluster
    Or will the prelude cluster fit?

    9. Manual to automatic Transmission Bracket (my car is automatic)

    10.Prelude or GSR Pedal Assembly

    I want to buy a brand new clutch and flywheel for the swap. But I’m not sure if I have to buy them for the lude or the civic. Can someone clear this up for me?. I assume the
    Prelude ones.

    How much can I lower the car for a good clearing?. Cause I heard that with the H22 it will scrape the ground if the car is too low

    Sorry for so many questions.
    Thanks
     
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    trappd-in-859 New Member

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    3. Just get a Walbro 255lph fuel pump. It will work perfectly for whatever you plan on doing.

    6. You will need aftermarket mounts. B-series mounts won't work on an H-series engine.

    Correct on the clutch/flywheel.

    I'd say maybe an inch- inch and a half. Make sure you get stiffer springs for the front so you wont bottom out so easy.
     
  3. H-Ridah

    H-Ridah New Member

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    Thanks for the advice dude. Any suggestions on springs?
    And how do I recognize stiffness when buying springs?
     
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