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H2B kit for h22a

Discussion in 'Prelude' started by Italia954, Nov 5, 2008.

  1. Italia954

    Italia954 New Member

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    Where can I find the conversion kit, so that I can put a b series tranny onto my h22a? how much are they?
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  3. daveholiday

    daveholiday Do work

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    Too bad you're asking for this now. A guy on here was trying to sell one quite some time.
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator

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    Are you trying to put this into a Prelude? The H2B kits only work on Civics and Integras, FYI. I mean, it will work to allow you to bolt the engine and transmission together, but the transmission won't bolt up to the Accord chassis without fabricating custom mounts...
  5. Italia954

    Italia954 New Member

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    yea, i have a 93 prelude and want to but a b series tranny on my h22a.is it worth it?
  6. !JDM_EF-9!

    !JDM_EF-9! I'm just EF'n..

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    well its shorter gears..
    soo its up to you..
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    95b16coupe New Member

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    read the post i quoted above yours.
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    What are you talkin about? :confused:
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    95b16coupe New Member

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    this guy is asking about h2b for his car and brutal explained it to him. h2b is for honda/acuras and not prelude/accords.

    it's not recommended because it would take custom mounts on top of a very expensive conversion, plus the cost of the tranny.
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    Personally I don't really think it's worth the effort and expense. Yes, the gearing is shorter on the B16 and Type R transmissions, but then again, the red-line on the H22 isn't as high, and it's a larger motor, so it's got quite a bit more torque. Those short gears are important for an engine like the B16 that's got no torque and makes all of it's power up high in the RPM range. For the H22 though, the factory gearing works fine...
  11. BMan88

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    Here's some info from H-T that may help.


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    [​IMG][​IMG] « Re: Anyone have the specs on the Euro R/ATR transmission? (satan_srv)« » 12:40 AM 5/29/2005 Reply Edit
    Here are all the specs I have find out on H22 gear ratios.
    Prelude
    M2A4 - JDM 4G
    M2B4 - JDM 4G LSD
    M2F4 - USDM 4G
    M2F5 - EuDM 4G
    M2P4 - EuDM 5g Vti-S 4WS
    M2V5 - EuDM 5g Base 4WS
    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
    [COLOR=blue! important][COLOR=blue! important]Accord[/COLOR][/COLOR]
    T2T4 - JDM Accord SiR-T (F20B) LSD
    T2W4 - JDM Accord Euro-R LSD
    U2Q7 - EDM Accord Type-R LSD
    Full Gear Ratios
    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
    M2F5 - 3.307 - 1.950 - 1.360 - 1.071 - 0.870 - 4.062
    M2P4 - 3.285 - 2.090 - 1.481 - 1.071 - 0.870 - 4.266
    M2V5 - 3.285 - 1.950 - 1.344 - 1.071 - 0.870 - 4.062
    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 [​IMG]
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    That's not really that useful unless you're also going to post up B-series gear ratios for comparison...
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    thats alot of work for a relativly crappy transmission choice to put on an h series motor...definately not worth it. if u want shorter ratios go with the h23 tranny...stronger,more reliable,made for your chassis and no modifications to make it work,plus its built to actually properly move the power out of an h series...even if u could put a b series tranny on ur h22 it would rip those tiny little gears apart. ive seen built b series motors tear up those trannys.
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    Don't post in here again please. You have no clue what you're talking about...
  16. dubgkizzle

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    alright,then i guess i dont know what im talking about.sorry didnt mean to pis u off,was only agreeing with u about the ammount of work compared to an h tranny.wont post on this thread anymore as asked...again sorry.

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