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Originally posted by dohcvtec_accord@Feb 12 2003, 12:53 PM
Start your own thread. Don't this guy's.
To get aftermarket forged pistons into a h22, you have to have it resleeved first.
I asked a local reputable tuner shop about the resleeving of an H22 to run forged pistons, and they had never heard of it. Can anyone shed any light?
Usually cockblocked is when a guy is denied by a girl. I mean, I could have sworn the guy was asking for info and not getting turned down by a chic.Start your own thread. Don't this guy's.
That dude's question was not OT. And searches bring up info in the subject and the thread. The thread was a discussion of H22 motors. It just so happens that usually people who involve themselves in discussions like that would have knowledge of the whole topic. It would be absolutely rediculous to start a thread for that question when there is already a discussion going on involving that motor. And XotikSol, if my memory serves me correctly the vin would be located on the front of the motor, on the tranny side. Spreading kindness does so much good for people! Everyone should try it!No need to be a dick about it. The reason people get told to start their own threads is, if someone wants to go searching for a topic he has a question on, he can find the threads easier, either by using the search button or skimming the thread titles to try to find an answer. It doesn't make sense to have a thread be called one thing, and then have multiple questions asked in the same thread.
Originally posted by dohcvtec_accord@Feb 7 2003, 12:55 PM
USDM H22A1 (93-96 VTEC): 190 hp, 156 ft-lbs (I think), 10.2:1 CR
USDM H22A4 (97 Â All Models): 195 hp, 157 ft-lbs (I think), 10.2:1 CR
JDM H22A: 200 hp, 161 ft-lbs, 10.6:1 CR
I think only the pistons, cams and exhaust header are different between the two, but I could be wrong. There are other subtle differences like emission controls, timing belt tensioner, etc. Nothing else that affects performance, though.