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h22a in 6gen 4door civ?

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by butterfinger, Jul 24, 2003.

  1. butterfinger

    butterfinger Junior Member

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    Has anyone swaped an h22a into a 6th gen 4 door civic before? And how did it go, what did you need to swap it(any extra mounts..etc), is it worth it?....etc..
     
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    butterfinger Junior Member

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    wow 7 views and no replies.... <_<
     
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    do some reading and searching and you'll find tons of info I'm sure.
    Any H series into any civic is going to require alot of extra parts and work

    it is not worth it IMO, just go with something that fits like a B16 or B18 and you won't have as many headaches
     
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    thnx for the replies. but civicious, i read on a different site that you could fit a/c and power stearing...is this true or just a lie? if it is then what is the "best" motor for a 6gen 4-door civic?
     
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    rudeludenotmeanthough Senior Member

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    just told you if it was true or a lie
     
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    damn...thnx for the heads-up :thumbsup:
     
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    damn, you're putting in an obd0 motor in an obdII car?? what tranny are you using?
     
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    LS tranny has horrible gearing for NA
     
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    for turbo, that has been a debate for a while... some say its better some say worse, you should let us know how you like it when you do yours :)
     
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    I still say the longer gearing is worse, a GSR tranny would be a good way to go.


    Milan
     
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