Good evening all. Wanted to do a general hello and do an introduction, didnt see a specific member introduction thread so I wasnt sure where to post this. Im an avid accord owner, im on my 3rd one now, a 1997 EX Sedan , Sherwood Green. I got the car recently on a trade from a younger fellow that was more about looking "fresh" than doing basic car upkeep so Im playing catch up on maintenance. Short background, im a 32 yo husband and father thats a "back yard " mechanic that enjoys doing my own projects. Ive done a , 6 M GE into a 1986 Toyota Cressida (rare 5 speed edition) and also a JDM h22 A swap into a 95 Accord DX (that wiring was real fun!) So now that I have relative experience I wanted to seek advice because the basis of my searching have come up with vague and broad answers. Im doing the F 20 B "blue top" swap into my current car in the coming months. Please dont try to sway my opinion, ive ran the H22 and im not going that route, so im staying with F 20. Most of the basis of my questions is, what is needed in the swap? Im already an EX so VTEC is already wired in. Do I need to add wires for the secondary intake runners like on the H22, or did this engine even come with them? Im currently and automatic right now, but im also doing a double kill and swapping in a manual version of the F 20 at the same time (limited slip FTW ! ) I read the transmission mount needs swapped to the manual version so Ill be doing that as well. Im OBD II so from what I gather, I use my F 22 engine harness on the F 20? The basis of my findings were "uhhh its the same as the H 22 swap." Well if so, is there any write ups pertaining to this swap? There are dozens of them for the H. What parts can interswap? I know on the H 22 the clutch components were specific, sometimes shared with the F 22 as well. Ive read most of the components of the F 20 are interswapped with the H 22, does this include clutch components as well? Thank you everyone. I hope to bring what knowledge I can to help others. Im a MECA certified installer, so Ive got alot of audio experience so hopefull that will help on this forum. I was a moderator on the now deceased AccordinglyDone.com so I try to stay as professional as I can.