Howdy all! Let me start by saying that I am a lover of all cars. I currently have a 1983 Chevy C-10 w/350 TH350 making around 330Hp/390Tq, also have 1985 Ford F-150 with 300ci I-6 (torquey thing), 2004 Hyundai Elantra GT (my wifes car), a 2004 Dodge Durango Limited w/345...and....1991 Honda Accord (that my sister-in-law just gave me because it's got a bad clutch, smokes pretty good and needs new CV's (about 245k miles on it). I'm posting because the Durango is of course a real killer on gas mileage but we needed it to haul all the kids. It's good for family trips, but not as a daily driver (100 miles round trip to work 5 days a week). I traded in a well used 1999 Subaru Impreza 2.5 RS for it. I have decided to use the Honda as the daily driver. Since the engine has a ton of mileage I thought that yanking it out and tossing in an H22A would be the best bet (if I can find one with all the fixings). So...I guess my first question is; "Was there a definite difference in power felt for those of you that went from the F22A# to the H22A?". I'll keep the F22 if the H22 doesn't deliver that much in performance. This is going to be the car that I put 40,000 miles a year on and I need it to drive well, have some nuts and do well in all weather. Thanks! Shawn Colorado Ah hell...If this in the wrong forum I apologize. There will be a few more questions regarding the swap like; "Will I need new axles from a Prelude? I'll be keeping the stock transmission unless I can find a packaged deal with a manual. If I keep the stock transmission then can I use the stock axles? And so on... Thanks gain.