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H22 SH in a eg hatch..will it work???

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by Sicarbnrex, Jan 26, 2009.

  1. Sicarbnrex

    Sicarbnrex New Member

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    I posted this question on a different thread and then realised I should have just made my own. I have a 95 cx hatch. I also have available to me at a very low cost a prelude sh motor and trans. I haven't been so involved with the swap scene in a while since I just bought my 6th honda and trying to get back in the game. Is this SH motor and trans completely useless or can I use both, one or the other? :confused:.. Any input on this is greatly appreciated!!
     
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    eg6sir Supa Mod Moderator VIP

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    those are EF mounts
     
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    haha my bad i thought it said crx lmfao my bad
     
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    so now that we have that all cleared up haha.. do you guys have any info for me cuz this motor and trans is soooooo cheap!!!
     
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    Stleger184634 just curious in your buddies swap did he use the SH prelude motor and trans??
     
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    he used a m2b4 so he would not have to make an adapter plate to get rid of the atts =P
     
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    hate to sound like an idiot but what is a m2b4???
     
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    MthaFuknGreen Green on the scene.

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    i was gonna say, wouldnt the atts give you some problems?
     
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    anyone have any input here??? im tryin to buy this motor in the next couple days before he changes his mind on the price!!!
     
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    ok am I asking an impossible question here or am I not getting any responses because I'm a new member?
     
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    MthaFuknGreen Green on the scene.

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    the atts would give you some trouble.
    i dont think itll be worth the trouble, but if the engine is cheap enough, buy it.
    why would no one respond just cuz youre new? lol
    thats just silly.
     
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    I have built a few eg's with h22s. the SH motor is a great motor for the eg. however, the atts tranny sucks. and is a pain in the ass to make work in the eg. what you want to do is get the h22, then get a manual tranny from a prelude or accord. the m2b4 is a good one, hardest to find.
    the SH block is a little different than the others, the mount place on the back of the motor for the half-shaft mount it different. its missing holes. they can be drilled and tapped, i recomend you have a machine shop do it.
    here is some info from over at honda tech on the trannys available, and the codes. the code can be found on a sticker on the front of the tranny.
    ussually has a barcode next to it.
    Prelude

    M2A4 - JDM 4G
    M2B4 - JDM 4G LSD
    M2F4 - USDM 4G
    M2U4 - JDM 5G Type-S ATTS/USDM Type-SH ATTS
    M2Y4 - JDM/USDM 5G Base
    M2Z4 - JDM 5G SiR S-Spec/JDM 5G w/ LSD option

    Accord

    T2T4 - JDM Accord SiR-T (F20B) LSD
    T2W4 - JDM Accord Euro-R LSD
    U2Q7 - EDM Accord Type-R LSD


    M2A4 - 3.307 - 1.950 - 1.360 - 1.071 - 0.787 - 4.266
    M2B4 - 3.307 - 1.950 - 1.360 - 1.071 - 0.787 - 4.266 LSD
    M2F4 - 3.307 - 1.950 - 1.360 - 1.071 - 0.870 - 4.266
    M2U4 - 3.285 - 1.956 - 1.344 - 1.034 - 0.812 - 4.266 ATTS
    M2Y4 - 3.285 - 1.956 - 1.344 - 1.034 - 0.812 - 4.266
    M2Z4 - 3.285 - 1.956 - 1.344 - 1.034 - 0.812 - 4.266 LSD

    Accord

    T2T4 - 3.285 - 1.956 - 1.344 - 1.034 - 0.812 - 4.266 LSD
    T2W4 - 3.285 - 2.090 - 1.481 - 1.071 - 0.812 - 4.266 LSD
    U2Q7 - 3.285 - 2.090 - 1.481 - 1.071 - 0.870 - 4.266 LSD

    check out this article.

    http://www.preludeonline.com/f89/atts-removal-147883/
     
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    thank you very much for the info! I figured being new people would see how long i have been a member and figured it was just a dumb question and leave it alone. I appreciate the help you guys gave me. Ill probably just buy the block and work with another tranny. Thanks again!
     
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