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Help needed, i.d the H22A

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  1. gtastray

    gtastray New Member

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    Hi guys,
    I just got a 2000 CG5 ACCROD and trying to do a H22A swap wiz some of my friends.
    I know there are numbers of tpye for H22A engine.
    190hp,200hp,220hp.
    I just got a H22A but im not sure its the 220hp ones or the 190hp ones(the seller is not sure either).
    The question is, how can i identify what kind of H22A it is?
    Thx a lot!
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    what color is the valve cover, and is the stock manifold does it look like a header or more like a manifold. a pic would help
     
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    the engine is still on its way here... the seller said it's from Japan
    valve cover is red. stock manifold looks like a header
     
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    I thought there are only two kinds of H22A, Black top 190hp and red top 220hp.
    I didn't know there are more than these two.
     
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    well so far it sounds like a type s 220hp but we would need pics when you get it, and is it coming with a trans or just the engine only. there also a black top 200hp
     
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    97-2001 H22s made 200 horsepower, at least here in the US...
     
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    99+ had the 200 in the us the 97-98 had 195
     
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    It come wiz 5speed manual and driveshaft,wire&ECU.
    is there any part number i can check to make sure?
    Hopefully its 220hp engine wiz stock LSD. It's a good price any way.
    lol
     
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    yeah just when you get the trans we can tell if its a lsd or not
     
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    I didnt know there is a usdm H22A....this is the first time im into Vtec...
     
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    yeah they have came in preludes since 1994 i think it was
     
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    i'll post the pic when i have the engine and trans. thanks a lot!
     
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    There should be an engine code stamped on the front of the block, to the left of the exhaust manifold. Read that to us and we might be able to tell you more about the engine. I'm assuming this is European market stuff?
     
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    The code is: H22A 5101732
     
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    If all it says on the block is "H22A" then it's definitely a Japanese market engine. Since it has the red valve cover I would guess that it probably is the 220 horsepower version. Let me do a bit of research...
     
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    post a pic with the heat shield off
     
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    it is the 200hp motor. they do have 200hp black top h22's also. thwere should be an aluminum plate cliped top the sparkplug wires. that plate have a lot more info on it. some will be in japanise and the rest will be in english.
     
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    so the the red tops are the 220hp's ok...so by the EM(Exhaust Manifold) will is always say H22 or will it say the other versions of the H22 to, like H22a7 or something like that...

    this is not a Hoda School question but if you would like one go through the link.

    http://hondaswap.com/prelude/honda-school-304206/#post1329599
     
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