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h23 v-tech?

Discussion in 'Prelude' started by HondaElite, May 30, 2007.

  1. HondaElite

    HondaElite senior member

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    i was wondering what i would need and i heard something about a cooling problem they had with it..and i had a question on what hatch would be easier to swap it into...i was thinking ek...anything helps thanks
     
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    ek is right ,, but its vtec
     
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    yea h23 vtech 2.2 head on 2.3 block
     
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    thats vtec
     
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    dam right...=]..but is converting a h23 to a h23 v-tech worth it?
     
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    sure as long as its at least 900mhz
     
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    It's not "V-Tech," it's "VTEC." V-Tech makes phones, hence the 900 mhz comment. He was messing with you.

    Anyways, if you're wanting a motor to put into a Civic, then I'd consider a B-series before an H-series. H-series into a Civic isn't a bolt in job. It's really tight in the engine bay, plus you have to cut into the Civic's transmission tunnel to get the shifter up through.

    A B-series would be a much easier swap. You can do a hybrid build on those too; if you're looking for something torquey I'd suggest a B20 bottom end with a B16 or B18C head.
     
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    boostedf22 dis is why im not

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    X2..... I needed that laugh tonight.
     
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