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F22 gearbox to h22a lude

Hey guys my friends old cb7 accord is about to go to the wreckers and it has a manual gearbox, is it worth getting for my bb6? What do I need off the car and to but separately aswell, cheers in advance!
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Re: F22 gearbox to h22a lude

The gear box from an F22 from an accord will bolt right on. All F series transmissions (except F20C from the s2000) will bolt right on to any H series motor. I had a P2A8 trans (99 accord) bolted onto my H22A and everything fit perfectly. Not sure why you would want the accord trans though unless you do a lot of long distance driving (accord trans is "better" for gas mileage) or your prelude trans is going out or you are doing a 5 speed swap.
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Re: F22 gearbox to h22a lude

^^ yep. Great for cruising.
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Re: F22 gearbox to h22a lude

It's more of a necessity thing cos the trannys an arse, will I be able to get EVERYTHING I need off the donor?
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Re: F22 gearbox to h22a lude

I've hunted and trimmed down a list of parts needed for the swap, can anybody please clarify these or any parts I may be forgetting, and also, what out of this list will
I be able to pull outta the cb7, I'm already under the impression the clutch needs replacing, it's one of the reasons the cars being scrapped on to of lots of structural rust too many $$$ for it, it's done 180,000kms which I guess is the same as the bb6. It isn't going into gear, could be any number of problems with it, I plan on inspecting a vast majority of parts thoroughly before putting them on the bb6, if I can get cheap oem 2nd hand I'll be happy

Really hoping this comes to fruition, I really wanna drive a type s 5 speed with phat front tyres that can drag good. I'm sure I can do this on a serious budget cos I'm getting all the parts I need virtually for free. Also gonna get help from the bros and I would be laughing mate

Anyways here's the list


Transmission -
Trans mounts-side

Flywheel and bolts - This depends on the brand you get, look it up

Clutch Kit and bolts - This depends on the brand you get, look it up.

Clutch Master Cylinder

Clutch Slave Cylinder

Clutch Dampener – (I think this comes with the clutch?)
Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS)

Reverse Switch

Hydraulic Clutch Line

5spd Starter – (I bought mine new for $135 at a parts store) /

Clutch Pedal Assembly

Brake Pedal Assembly
Shifter Assembly
Shift linkage

Auto ECU (chipped) or 5speed ECU (OEM) - $50 / $65-$150 /$842

5spd Intermediate shaft (half-shaft)
5spd Axles - You can use the same axles as an automatic trans
5spd Gauge Cluster (the auto will work)

Cotter Pins (assorted sizes) - check your hardware store

Assorted Nuts and Bolts
Shifter Boot
Shifter Knob
Throw out bearing
Pilot bearing

You will also have to either convert your ECU to a 5spd by following
http://honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=1275452
, or you will have to get your new M/T ECU reprogrammed to work with your car by Honda IF you have the red key to your car. If you don't then you have to get a locksmith to reprogram your immobilizer which costs ~$150.

If you buy a new 5spd ECU you will have to go to Honda and get it programmed to work with your car. This costs about $150-$200

*I say unavailable because they don’t sell it as an assembly, you have to buy the cover, the board, the plastic etc and assemble it yourself.

Now considering that you get used parts, and all of the pieces of the used parts (seals, boots, bearings) are in good shape and don’t need to be replaced, then that should be about 99% of what you need. In my case, we replaced the boots on the axles, throw out bearing, and a couple other small things just to be on the safe side. You could also check junk and salvage yards for all these parts, but take someone with you who knows what all of these parts look like, or see my thread
here on preludepower.com
with pictures of all my parts when I got them in.
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'90 Auto B20A5 80,000kms INX "DD/project/early mid life crisis car"
'98 auto b20b orthia "small time project"
'91 manual DA9 B18A1 integra "swapped orthia for"
'96 SS BB6 Honda prelude h22a SiR s-type" swapped integra for"
'95 Mk1 Ford Mondeo (don't ask)
'94 BB4 Honda prelude, manual vtec h22a, chipped ecu, heavy duty clutch with short shifter (doner car)
I'm always the final owner of any prelude I own.


I'd rather lose by a mile because I built my own car than win by an inch because someone else built it for me.
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Re: F22 gearbox to h22a lude

If you're doing a 5 speed swap in a 5th gen, you don't need a new ecu. You can modify the stock ecu (if you are relatively good with a soldering iron) and it will work fine. I've been driving my 5 speed swapped 99 for almost 2 years now with no issues. That list sounds about right. Get all of the trans mounting bolts from the donor car. I believe some are different lengths than the auto ones. You may also need the rear trans mounting bracket from the 5 speed as well. There are plenty of writeups on how to do the swap, it's not too difficult, just takes some time and patience.
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Thanks man for putting my mind at ease! Hopefully most of the parts are in relatively good knick and other than a few necessary new parts should cost sod all :) I'm no good with a soldering iron but the auto sparky I do work experience with (Ive started my journey to becoming a mechanic/auto electrician) should be able to do that in minutes I'll have to send him the write up lol

Very exciting stuff people!
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'90 Auto B20A5 80,000kms INX "DD/project/early mid life crisis car"
'98 auto b20b orthia "small time project"
'91 manual DA9 B18A1 integra "swapped orthia for"
'96 SS BB6 Honda prelude h22a SiR s-type" swapped integra for"
'95 Mk1 Ford Mondeo (don't ask)
'94 BB4 Honda prelude, manual vtec h22a, chipped ecu, heavy duty clutch with short shifter (doner car)
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