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My new swap

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> BA-BB /CA-CD' started by tab, Feb 19, 2005.

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    tab Super Moderator

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    Last year, about six months ago, I was forced to sell my LX. It's complicated, but the basic jist is that an old friend held the title and filed bankrupt. Car had to go, like NOW. I took a day off of work, and stripped the car. I recovered nearly everything in 11 hours.

    I recently added my AEM cam gears, polished the valve cover, and changed the timing belts.

    Is there ANYTHING that someone wants a picture of while I put a JDM OBD1 H22A into a 1992 Honda Accord EX?

    this is a F22A6 to H22A swap. I have a digital camera, and have no problems with enlightening some of you with the finer details. Let me know by tomorrow morning, (today, <8 hours after post) if you need certain information.


    This is going to be a simple swap for me. The wiring harness is almost the same, excluding the IAB difference. My mounts, hoses, and such are the same as before in the LX, and I dropped the complete exhaust system from the other car before stripping it.

    Let me know :)
     
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    Are the axles on the f series tranny interchangeable with the axles on an h tranny? Say from a f22a1 series equipped prelude?
     
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    I believe so. I'm pretty sure dohcvtec_accord said that they were the same part number. Either way, I just use my stock axles, and they work perfectly. I don't even have a intermediate shaft to mess with.
     
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    They're definitely interchangeable. After I did my H22 swap into my 95 Accord, I reused the axles that I had been using with my F22B1.
     
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    If you haven't done it yet, take pictures of every single step. It would be a good swap guide for the site.
     
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    What about the shift linkage? Same same, or get the new one?
     
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    I did take step by step pictures. I've written a ton of things down. But just a few days ago I found a pretty decent guide that I can link to. I may write an article, but I haven't touched a manual swap. I know there aren't many changes, but I hate to half ass anything.
     
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    same
     
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    If you do have the time, write something up- that was HondaSwap can have an Accord swap guide of its own. :thumbsup:
     
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