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Old 04-09-2007, 05:36 PM
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Will IT Fit

Will a H22 vtec fit perfectly on a Si h23 ? or would i need some other conections or what other things would i need other then the esu computer.
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what'chu talkin bout boyy??
wanna put the H22 head on the H23 block??
or do an entire H22 swap??

cuz both can be done.
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But you need that scoop on the hood. Is it true that they're big enough to fit your lunch box and all your camera gear in it?
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I was thinking of doing an entire H22 swap
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It will fit. just gotta run the Vtec wires.
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Old 04-09-2007, 09:03 PM
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And get a VTEC ecu like a p13 or p28 because the p14 in the Si won't allow VTEC to engange. But otherwise, the wires as statedabove need to be there. Other than that, it's a direct swap, same motor mounts and all that good stuff.
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are you can just get a obd1 H22a vtec ECU.. lol
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Ok and the h23 trany will also fit the h22 vtec.
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yep, it has longer gears too

= longer veeeetakkkkkkk
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OK I got the h22 vtec engine i can't fine the VTEC ecu.
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Hey, People I was just wondering if u could use the p14 ecu in with an h22 vtec I mean would it still turn on and run.
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Old 04-26-2007, 06:56 AM
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what do you mean you cant find and ecu for it
I know a guy that sells them chip tuned for about $175
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http://www.phearable.net/
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im pretty sure that you it will run you just wont have the Vtec feature.
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Yeah I found the p13 but I have not receive it in till next week but I was just wondering if I could use the p14 in till I get my Ecu (p13) deliver and if the p14 will do any side affects or some thing like that to my car. And I was wondering if u guys know how to run the v-tec wires because I hade an SI h23 before with none v-tec or do u just put in the ecu (P13 when I get it) with out any wiring to the ecu or engine. Because there both OBDI. Any help will be appreciated
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Hey I am having problems with shops. I am swapping my h23 to an h22 V-Tec they tell me it dose not have the same harness is that true do I have to go buy the harness ??
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Does anybody know if the 93 SI h23 is all ready pre-wired for V-Tec.?
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Does anybody know if the 93 SI h23 is all ready pre-wired for V-Tec.?
ECU pinouts: http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=918703
Howto wire vtec: http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=1004852


Some are some aren't, you need to look at the ECU connectors and check for wire A4 (grn/yel wire) and D6 (lt blu or lt grn wire). If those wires are there then its wired for vtec, if not you need to run the wires from the harness to the vtec pressure switch and solenoid.
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Thanks for the info bro.
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Oh and one more thing can I put my h23 alternator, distributor, and starter (ect). Into my h22 v-Tec. Or do I have to take that off an h22 v-Tec engine.
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You can use the accessories from the H23 but you'll need to use the H23 crank pulley. The H22 pulleys have one less rib in them.
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SO u have to use the crank pulley ur if u want.
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SO u have to use the crank pulley ur if u want.
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OH ok so if I change the water pump do it mater wish one I use.(H22 -H23)

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