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Old 12-19-2010, 02:43 PM
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H22 head on F22 block

I am not sure if there is a thread out there for this I tried looking but didnt see it but I am wondering what all is done to actually put the head onto the block and have vtec work on it I got a F22A1 and want to put a H22 head on it
are the oil and water pumps the same?
what timing belt?
anything have to be modified with the valves?
and im not sure how the vtec is even hooked up im sorry im slowely getting into hondas so do you need a wiring harness for vtec or what sorry for being a noob at this everyone I just want to know what I would be getting myself into if I did that
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Re: H22 head on F22 block

Here is a link for you that has everything you need to know in it:
http://www.honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=1046336

If you are still wanting more then search "G23"
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Here is a link for you that has everything you need to know in it:
New Frankenstein Engine = G23 (F23/H23 write up, Long, 56K beware) - Honda-Tech

If you are still wanting more then search "G23"
thanks for the link I forgot what they called that motor im getting all kinds of crap from some of the honda guys because im thinking of building a hybrid motor (different) they think if it isnt oem or jdm then it isnt ment to be
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Re: H22 head on F22 block

It would be mean on boost... ^_^
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It would be mean on boost... ^_^
thats actually what I want to do probally just throw 10psi at it and call it a day but it seems there is alot that goes into this builid so im not sure about it yet if I do anything crazy I may get the civic hatch and throw a J32A1 motor in it that the V6 civic motor or acura tl so idk yet im doing alot of research into alot of these builds but for a beast ass car I may do a V6 hatch I know alot about that buid and the only hard part is getting the motor and transmission we will see in the near future when I get back in my own state and get the money situated
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Re: H22 head on F22 block

The motor is easy to get. The tranny and wiring, not so much.
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thats actually what I want to do probally just throw 10psi at it and call it a day but it seems there is alot that goes into this builid so im not sure about it yet if I do anything crazy I may get the civic hatch and throw a J32A1 motor in it that the V6 civic motor or acura tl so idk yet im doing alot of research into alot of these builds but for a beast ass car I may do a V6 hatch I know alot about that buid and the only hard part is getting the motor and transmission we will see in the near future when I get back in my own state and get the money situated
TO be honest that build isn't really all that bad. My mechanic has done quite a few and all of them, I repeat all of them have been built for boost applications. You just have to fill 2 holes in the head, then pull the gear off of the f22 water pump and press it on to the H22. There are a few little things that need to be taken care of but in all actuality it's not as bad as people think. As far as I'm concerned, when it's comes to haters it just makes me want to go against the grain even more. This motor has been built numerous times and holds up fine. I haven't heard one story yet of anyone having major issues. If you decide that you want to do it don't let people get to you, just do what you want and when it's all said and done you'll be happy.

Here is another link for you to check out (disclaimer: Pirate from Honda-tech is a cool head and he won't like me posting this link in here for you for some personal reasons but it has some good info):

K24 VTEC Versus G23 VTEC - Tech Knowledge - Import Tuner Magazine
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Re: H22 head on F22 block

thanks for the link on that ya I try not to think what people say about anything but before I got into hondas he told me the one main rule is do not listen to anyone else when it comes to performance or telling you what to do just do what you want I like the sound of the G23 it sounds like a all around beast ass motor especially if boosted and I love boost so what I think im going to do is just get a H22 for now help my girl get her a new car then boost it and then build a G23 over time I want a fast car but also want it for daily driver so I dont want sumtin to crazy
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