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h23 for boost or h22

so i have a 97 prelude with triptronic tranny and im swapping it out for a manual tranny. but im wondering should i do a h23 or h22 for the swap reason i ask is later on down the road i want to boost 6 pounds on the stock block. so any opinions would be nice.
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Re: h23 for boost or h22

h22 stock internals/block can handle up to 6-8 lbs. I have no idea about the h23. but i'm doing the h22 stock turbo thing, almost done with it
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Re: h23 for boost or h22

h22 10lbs
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Re: h23 for boost or h22

well im glad to know someone else is turboing a stock prelude let me know how it goes for real. i would like to see if you run into alot of problems. but now my question is are you manual or automatic
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Re: h23 for boost or h22

h22A is a closed deck, can probly handle 10lbs on a good tune. there is an h23 block that is closed deck but im not sure which it is, wanna say h23a.lol and the h23 bottum end will give you a little more torque. anything closed deck with a good tune will be fine
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Re: h23 for boost or h22

automatics can't handle a stock engines power, let alone anything more
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Re: h23 for boost or h22

yeah thats what i figured and i have a h22a so i have a closed deck and i thought only 7 pounds could be run on a stock block but i guess i was wrong. so now i just need to see about h22 tranny or h23 which i hear all the time is better for boost.
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Re: h23 for boost or h22

*sighhh*
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So, you wanna go turbo, huh?


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