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WTB Single Piston Rod h22 92-97

Discussion in 'Parts: For Sale/Trade/Wanted' started by accordguy, Apr 5, 2006.

  1. accordguy

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    Does anyone have any spair H22A1 92-96 single piston rod laying around. If so i'd be willing to buy it so hit me up thx. Massivebicep@aol.com
     
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    scottp11 The Seniorest Member....

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    I have 3 good ones from an H22A4. I don't know if they're the same, but if they are, I got you.
     
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    According to this post I got from another site they are. how much you want for one with shipping.


    Well, since I started this a while back in another thread I figured it was about time to finish what I started and make a definitive answer thread for anyone looking for piston, rod, crank and block specs or compression ratios of various H, F or H/F combinations.
    Anything anyone wants to add to this thread post up whatever info or specs you have and Ill add it to this original post. I am putting up only what i have personally measured and or quoted direct from the helms manual. I dont want this thread to get cluttered with he said she said specs so Im asking that we limit contributions to first hand spec acquisitions and or helms manual references only. Whatever I have missed or havent measured myself, please feel free to post and contribute. The items i have yet to measure or discover I will leave blank until myself or another member provides the information.
    Im going to start by adding a few specs that I can think of off the top of my head now, I will return later tonight and add some more info which will include a few CR calculations.
    If I leave something blank and you have the information/specs plase post it up and I will edit this post and ad the new additions to the thread.
    Blocks
    Block Type
    H22A4 Block = Open Deck
    H22A block = Closed Deck
    H23A block = Open Deck
    H23A1 block = Closed Deck
    F22 block = Open Deck
    F23 block = Open Deck
    F20B block = Open Deck
    Deck Height
    H22A4 Block = 8.643
    H22A block = 8.643
    H23A block = 8.643
    H23A1 block = 8.643
    F22 block = 8.643
    F23 block = 8.643
    F20B block = 8.643
    Bore
    H22A4 Block = 87mm/3.425
    H22A block = 87mm/3.425
    H23A block = 87mm/3.425
    H23A1 block = 87mm/3.425
    F22 block = 85mm/3.346
    F23 block = 86mm/3.385
    F20B = 85mm/3.346
    Note:
    Due to various available piston diameters (A/B) actual bore diameter may vary
    Rods
    Length
    H22A4 = 5.633
    H22A = 5.633
    H23A = 5.572
    H23A1 = 5.572
    F22 = 5.572
    F23 = 5.551
    F20B = 5.709
    Width
    H22A4 = .935
    H22A = .935
    H23A = .935
    H23A1 = .935
    F22 = .935
    F23 = .780
    F20B = .935
    BE Bore
    H22A4 = 2.008
    H22A = 2.008
    H23A = 2.008
    H23A1 = 2.008
    F22 = 2.008
    F23 = 1.890
    F20B = 1.890
    Pin Bore
    H22A4 =
    H22A = .8649-.8654
    H23A =
    H23A1 = .8649-.8654
    F22 = .8649-.8654
    F23 = .8649-.8654
    F20B =
    Pistons
    Bore
    H22A4 = 87mm/3.425
    H22A = 87mm/3.425
    H23A = 87mm/3.425
    H23A1 = 87mm/3.425
    F22 = 85mm/3.346
    F23 = 86mm/3.385
    F20B = 85mm/3.346
    Note:
    actual diameter may vary depending on code of piston (ie, A [​IMG]
    Compression Height
    H22A4 = 1.221
    H22A = 1.221
    H23A = 1.203
    H23A1 = 1.203
    F22A1 = 1.203
    F22A4 = 1.203
    F23A1 = 1.181
    F20B = 1.221
    Dome Volume
    H22A4 =
    H22A =
    H23A =
    H23A1 =
    F22A1 =
    F22A4 =
    F23A1 =
    F23A4 =
    F23A5 = -18cc
    F20B =
    Wrist Pin Diameter
    H22A4 = .866
    H22A = .866
    H23A = .866
    H23A1 = .866
    F22 = .866
    F23 = .866
    F20B = .866
    Crankshafts
    Stroke
    H22A4 = 90.7mm/3.570
    H22A = 90.7mm/3.570
    H23A = 95mm/3.740
    H23A1 = 95mm/3.740
    F22 = 95mm/3.740
    F23 = 97mm/3.818
    F20B = 88mm/3.464
    Main Journal Diameter
    H22A4 = 55mm
    H22A4 = 50mm (1997 Only)
    H22A = 50mm
    H23A = 55mm
    H23A1 = 50mm
    F22 = 50mm
    F23 = 55mm
    F20B = 55mm
    Rod Journal Diameter
    H22A4 = 1.888
    H22A = 1.888
    H23A = 1.888
    H23A1 = 1.888
    F22 = 1.888
    F23 = 1.771
    F20B = 1.771
    Cylinder Heads
    Combustion Chamber Volume
    H22A4 = 53.8cc
    H22A = 53.8cc
    H23A = 53.8cc
    H23A1 = 50cc
    F22A1 = 50cc
    F22A4 = 50cc
    F23A1 = 50cc
    F23A4 = 50cc
    F23A5 = 50cc
    F20B =
    Intake Valve Diameter
    H22A4 = 35mm
    H22A = 35mm
    H23A = 35mm
    H23A1 = 34mm
    F22 = 34mm
    F23 = 34mm
    F20B = 34mm
    Exhaust Valve Diameter
    H22A4 = 30mm
    H22A = 30mm
    H23A = 30mm
    H23A1 = 29mm
    F22 = 29mm
    F23 = 29mm
    F20B = 29mm
    Head Gaskets
    Bore
    H22A4 = 88mm
    H22A = 88mm
    H23A = 88mm
    H23A1 = 88mm
    F22 = 86mm
    F23 = 87mm
    F20B = 86mm
    Thickness
    H22A4 = .026
    H22A = .026
    H23A = .026
    H23A1 = .026
    F22 = .026
    F23 = .026
    F20B = .026
    Note:
    Gasket thickness measured after crush
    Bearings
    Main Bearing Thickness
    Blue: 2.013 - 2.010mm / 0.0793 - 0.0791
    Black: 2.010 - 2.007mm / 0.0791 - 0.0790
    Brown: 2.007 - 2.004mm / 0.0790 - 0.0789
    Green: 2.004 - 2.001mm / 0.0789 - 0.0788
    Yellow: 2.001 - 1.998mm / 0.0788 - 0.0787
    Pink: 1.998 - 1.995mm / 0.0787 - 0.0785
    Red: 1.995 - 1.992mm / 0.0785 - 0.0783
    Rod Bearing Thickness
    Blue: 1.510 - 1.507mm / 0.0594 - 0.0593
    Black: 1.507 - 1.504mm / 0.0593 - 0.0592
    Brown: 1.504 - 1.501mm / 0.0592 - 0.0591
    Green: 1.501 - 1.498mm / 0.0591 - 0.0590
    Yellow: 1.498 - 1.495mm / 0.0590 - 0.0589
    Pink: 1.495 - 1.492mm / 0.0589 - 0.0587
    Red: 1.492 - 1.489mm / 0.0587 - 0.0586
    Main Bearing Width
    H22A4 = .784
    H22A = .784
    H23A = .784
    H23A1 = .784
    F22A1 = .784
    F22A4= .784
    F23A1 = .784
    F23A4 = .784
    F23A5 = .784
    F20B = .784
    Rod Bearing Width
    H22A4 = .762
    H22A = .762
    H23A = .762
    H23A1 = .762
    F22A1 = .762
    F22A4 = .762
    F23A1 = .609
    F23A4 = .609
    F23A5 = .609
    F20B = .762

    More to come.....
    Contributors
    Thank you to the following for their contributions:
    PirateMcFred



    [quote name='Accord Guy' date='Apr 5 2006, 04:48 PM' post='674592']
    [quote name='scottp11' post='674586' date='Apr 5 2006, 04:37 PM']
    I have 3 good ones from an H22A4. I don't know if they're the same, but if they are, I got you.
    [/quote]

    Are they from a h22a4 92-97and below if so there good.
     
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    scottp11 The Seniorest Member....

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    I don't know how much a single connecting rod usually costs... What are you willing to pay for it?
     
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    As long as it from a 92-97 and below i'd would be willing to pay 30 bucks with shipping. considering http://www.rpmrons.com/Hondakits.html this web site sells it for 50 bucks with shipping but they are out of stock. I can paypal you the money and you can send it 2-3 Priority mail United States postal service
     
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    why a 92-97 rod? they are the same. i have spare pistons(h22 factory CR), and spare h23 rods. a full set of both.
     
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    Because a 98 and up prelude use a 55mm crank so the rods use slightly larger bearings a 97 and below has a 50mm crank so the rods need to match the right crank..
     
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    oooo, rod bearing width. my bad.
     
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    hey man i need one of those rods text me when yu get this 276 685 1491 asap
     
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