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h22a and trannsmision

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by domator, Sep 26, 2004.

  1. domator

    domator Junior Member

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    Hi,
    In my project car I am going to use an H22 engine from JDM. I would like to
    marry it with the lowest (numerically) total ratio transmission possible. As
    far as I know this will be manual transmission from the new Accord 2.2
    i-ctDi engine (EDM) which has top gear ratio: 0,69 and final drive ratio 3,29
    giving 2,27 total gear ratio.
    However I have a number of problems and questions:
    1. Am I doing right? Or maybe there exists a numericaly lower honda
    transmission?
    2. What is the symbol of this Accord 2.2 i-ctDi transmission?
    3. What torque it is build to support?
    4. And the most important: Will it fit the H22 engine ?
    Thanks for all answers.

    Piotr
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    may i ask why?

    unless you want to go 250 mph, using a long geared transimssion only makes you slower.
     
  3. domator

    domator Junior Member

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    Ok. Here goes explanation. (sorry for my english)
    It is off-road racing car. Engine and transmission will be mounted in a middle-rear part of car and will be longitunal (paralell ??) to a car. One drive-shaft will act as a front shaft and second one as a rear shaft.
    There will be rear subaru differential at the rear and the same (but rotated) at the front.
    In that case final ratio will be like divided by 3.7 which lower 250 miles/h to 90 m/h :))))
    And I need top speed about 90 miles /h.
    Piotr
     
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