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Old 11-22-2011, 09:30 PM
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the diffrence between h22a4 base h22a4 type s

whats good guys i just wanted to kno whats the diffrence between the h22a4 for a base compared to the h22a4 type sh and what are things your going to have to change if your getting a h22a4 base for a type s? thanks guy.

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Re: the diffrence between h22a4 base h22a4 type s

For the record - you're aware you're talking about 3 different motors right?

Base H22a4
SH H22a4
Type S H22a


Far as I know - there is no such thing as an a4 type s. it's just an H22a Type S


base h22a4 vs an SH h22a4 difference is in the block. the SH has the oil filter relocated higher up to give room for the ATTS unit - which you would need to block off if you were to use an SH h22a4 on a base since the base has no ATTS unit. You can't install a base H22a into an SH unless you're willing to lose the ATTS function. So you would need new axles if i'm not mistaken.
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Re: the diffrence between h22a4 base h22a4 type s

lol thanks wings my bad the sh and the base
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Re: the diffrence between h22a4 base h22a4 type s

Sh = class
Base = style
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Re: the diffrence between h22a4 base h22a4 type s

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Differences Between Base and SH Models

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"One version of the fifth generation Prelude, a high-performance model called the Type S, was only available in Japan. It was equipped with the 2.2 L H22A, featuring VTEC and producing 217 hp (162 kW; 220 PS) @ 7200 rpm and 163 lbfft (221 Nm) @ 6500 rpm. With a compression ratio of 11.0:1, 87.0 mm (3.4 in) bore x 90.7 mm (3.6 in) stroke and VTEC-valve timing, lift and duration were adjusted to 12.2 mm (0.5 in) intake and 11.2 mm (0.4 in) exhaust.

Honda also overhauled the air box and replaced it with a more efficient design that is often referred to as Dynamic Chambering, along with a larger throttle body design bored to 62 mm (as opposed to the previous 60 mm). The exhaust system was also treated to a redesign, with the pipe cross sections becoming more cylindrical rather than oval. The three-way catalytic converter was also increased in size, as well as the exhaust piping from 2 to 2 in (51 to 57 mm).

In addition to a higher output engine both Type S and USDM Type SH featured an overhauled front suspension layout which offered a more effective camber curve. The fifth generation curb weight was 1310 kg (2882 lb), and ground clearance was 140 mm (5.5 in). Unlike the SiR S-spec that had an LSD, the Type S acquired the Honda technology known as the Active Torque Transfer System (ATTS).

The gearing on the Type S matches all other fifth-generation Preludes that had a manual transmission except for the five-speed 2.2 VTi VTEC and had a final drive ratio of 4.266:1. The Type S had an Active Control ABS system, different from the others which had the standard ABS systems.

The interior featured newly developed Cabron and Excene upholstered seats which most people see it as leather and alcantara laced with red stitching. Manufacturer styling options included seat lettering. The exterior styling of fifth generation Preludes was standardized for most models. All had a sunroof except for the Type S model."

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Re: the diffrence between h22a4 base h22a4 type s

So tehcnically speaking, If one were to "aquire" a Type S motor, would it be able to fit into a Type SH just as easy using stock engine management and wiring harnesses? would anything additional be required? and Would I score points on the coolness scale for having a type S motor? :D
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Re: the diffrence between h22a4 base h22a4 type s

Ah and one more thing. the SiR h22A (220 HP) how does this differ from a type S motor? other then the fact that type S motors came in type S cars.
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Ah and one more thing. the SiR h22A (220 HP) how does this differ from a type S motor?
SiR have LSD tranny, Type S have ATTS
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