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Old 02-18-2008, 12:44 AM
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Icon1 Questions!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

The header on ebay that cost about 35+shiping can the fit on a stock lude and are they good im looking to get one............
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Old 02-18-2008, 01:31 AM
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go a lil bit up in price like the $75-150 range my buddy got some nice headers for his 96 special edition teg and it keeps up wih a h22 prelude he has some other mods but that with 3in down pipping its pretty good the headers were cheap but made good i would highly recomend it if you dont have alot of money to buy name brand ones.
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the megan are pretty decent for the money. if you have an h22, i wouldnt waste money on a header not unless is the high end ones like rmf, smsp, vibrant. it will have lil to no gain.
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couple of things. one is what he ^^^ said. if you have a h22a, just stick with the stock header... you're just wasting money. second is the headers for a h22a and h23a are different. so if and when you buy one, make sure you get the right header.
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If you have a N/A H22, you should only buy a header if you fall into one of the following categories:

Category 1: You have damage to your existing header, and you want to replace it with either a stock oem honda header, or one of the MANY oem replicas that are falsely flaunted as performance upgrades (DC, Megan, Ebay Specials, etc... 90% of these are almost identical in design to the OEM Honda header... some of them have a larger collector, but that's not really worth spending them money on them unless you need a replacement)

Category 2: You have assloads of money to blow and you can afford to pay upwards of 1000 dollars to make dyno proven gains by buying a custom header (SMSP, RMF, etc...)

I can't speak for H23... but as far as H22 goes... it's not like a B series where you can buy any random e-bay special header and make 20 hp out of it... the H22 was tuned aggressively and well from the factory... which has advantages and disadvantages. Advantage: You get a bad ass performing motor straight out of the box with little else that the average person needs to do to it to be happy with it. Disadvantage: You are not the average person, adn you want more out of your motor... parts/services for the H22 are amongst the most expensive out of all the honda engines.
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