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obd1 and obd2 intake manifolds

im not 100% sure on this but h22 obd1&2 intake manifolds are interchangable correct.
i dont wanna start my project without knowing if i can do so, im gonna convert a obd2 engine to obd1 and want to know if the engine will run right.


and are the 4th gen modles prewired for vtec?
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Re: obd1 and obd2 intake manifolds

dude you dont need to change your motor. You do although have to change your dizzy/wiring/computer have fun.this is the smartest way but you can always get those wack as all hell conversion harnesses computer still needed.
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Re: obd1 and obd2 intake manifolds

i understand that i dont need to change motors but im about to start a new build on the side i guess im gonna have to make something work lol

ill make a progress thread so all of you guys know whats up
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Re: obd1 and obd2 intake manifolds

that being said Manifolds are the same.....
OBD1-92-95
OBD2-96-present day
1 year the 4g was obd2,
Manifolds should bolt right up.
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Re: obd1 and obd2 intake manifolds

so then it should work with the h23v blue top correct.
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Re: obd1 and obd2 intake manifolds

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so then it should work with the h23v blue top correct.
dude as far as I know the heads bolting pattern are the same the block is the difference....
cams of course in head are a bit different.
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