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Old 10-04-2011, 04:50 PM
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3rd gen beginner.

I'm new to Prelude tuning, I've had my 3rd gen for about a year now. Eventually I want to do an H22 swap, but I have to save up for that one. Does anyone know what performance parts I can get that I will be able to use on the B20 and the H22?
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Re: 3rd gen beginner.

I'd do your suspension or something you can keep on your car when you do an engine swap instead of throwing money into the b20 engine that you won't be able to use when you drop an H22 in. Or just keep it all stock and have that much more money saved for your H22 swap, then go from there.
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I'm new to Prelude tuning, I've had my 3rd gen for about a year now. Eventually I want to do an H22 swap, but I have to save up for that one. Does anyone know what performance parts I can get that I will be able to use on the B20 and the H22?
No, there are no performance parts that you can use on both. Do like Steve says and upgrade something besides the engine for now.
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Re: 3rd gen beginner.

Yep like Steve and Mike said above, just upgrade things like your suspension, wheels, interior.

Because once you go H swap, the only things that you will be able to keep will be those items.

Your catback will need to be modified in length, your intake will no longer fit right, so you will need to custom make one, and the header will not be the same at all.

But when you are ready, make sure to contact me so I can point you to the most current and up to date parts and information on this swap.
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Re: 3rd gen beginner.

Yep like steve, mike, and sean said before. just do performance upgrades and save some dough, through on an exhaust for the hell of it anyways. lol keepin the dream alive
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