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H22 vs B18

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by Xirish3x, Jun 5, 2009.

  1. Xirish3x

    Xirish3x New Member

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    I have a 96 Civic hatch that i'm looking to swap something in it. I'm curently stuck with a d-series..In my choices im indecisive between a H22 and a B18. on both of them if i swap them after getting enough money i would boost it. I was just wondering what would be easier to swap into my car...and im thinking about building it as well... What would be a better stepping block to achieve a low 12 second civic?
     
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    well if your gonna boost it i would go with the b18. much easier to put in
     
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    Which one is cheaper?
     
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    the b18 will be cheaper to build, but as far as just buying one and putting it in the car the h22 will be cheaper
     
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    Alright Thanks alot
     
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    There's always the H2B option, H22 with a B-series trans. The kit is around $1300 I think, but it does come with mounts as well. More expensive then a straight H22 though.
     
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