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Questions for honda 97 accord, h22a engine

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by shawty, Oct 13, 2006.

  1. shawty

    shawty New Member

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    i have some more questions about main stuff.
    q1: whats the difference between drilled and slotted brakes?(maybe i should just get both. like drilled+slotted)
    q2: whats a electronic fuel pump pressure control?
    q3: whats in the vavle train?(like everything!)
    q4: is it worth it to bore a h22a?
     
  2. AHHVTEC

    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    gte both drilled and slotted and yea its worth boreing but you have got to resleeve a h series to do that you might as well stroke it to . 2.6 litter
     
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    shawty New Member

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    so whats it do- boreing. and i plan to resleeve it and also im getting new stroket kit
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    boreing resurfaces the cyclender walls but it will also make it to were you got to get bigger pistons./it makes the sleve bigger just buy a good stroker kit
     
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    boring takes the material off of the cylinder walls making it possible to get larger pistons in there so that you up your displacement. but dont waste your money buying a stroker kit. just put in f22 or h23 crank and rods with jdmh22 pistons. you could buy a 100mm crank with those rods and pistons. talk to the guy at collectiveracing.com he has a bad ass 2.6L h22. he makes kits for the h22 so talk to him
     
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