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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by danielthemanual1, Apr 22, 2007.

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    danielthemanual1 New Member

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    i am debating on either getting a h22 or a b18
    i know the h22 is cheaper and has more horses but is it worth it in to long run?
     
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    what car are you putting it in
     
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    well i like the h22a but in the long run the b series is more reliable
     
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    they are also 2 times the money to put in and running right
     
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    H22 prices seem to be falling lately. Complete changeover from Hmotors is 2199, which is fairly close to the B16 swaps. Keep in mind you will spend about 600-700 to finish any swap completely (exhaust, mounts if needed, fuel lines, throttle linkage, etc.)
     
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    B series for reliablility. H series to haul ass. B series also to haul ass but H22 has some torque behind it
     
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    I'd say b18...but I am partial to the b-series.
     
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    heres what i used for my h22a swap ,mounts,prelude shiflinkage and shifter, 90-90 integra axles,90-93 accord half shaft,90-93 accord fuel rail. slim line fan.
     
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    H22 swaps are fast no doubt, but there are other ways to get that kind of power without the extra weight in the front. GSR would be a great swap. Any B16 is a decent swap also.
     
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