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Need some H22 advise on parts and brands

Ok before you tell me to hit the search button i have. I was just wondering if this was a good setup for about 220hp-250hp Engine will be N/A?
Motor will either be a JDM H22A or H22A4 since i will see which is better for the price that the sellers tell me. Parts are:
Darton Dry Sleeves- std bore 87mm
Wiseco forged Piston- std bore 87mm
Forged Eagle Rods
AEM Tru time timing gears
Skunk 2 pro2 camshafts
Clevite Rod Bearings
Skunk2 Tuner series valve springs and retainers
OEM H22A4 Throttle body
Bisimoto Header
Blox High Comp Intake and Exhaust Valves
OEM H22A Type S crankshaft
OEM H22A4 Intake Manifold
OEM H22A4 Fuel injectors
OEM H22A4 Fuel Rail
OEM Multi Layer steel headgasket
Type S air intake with K&N filter
Other Info:
Car will run on Apexi WS2 catback
Will have all the OEM sensors, starter, alternator, EGR valve and yes will have A/C.
And will temporarily be on a OEM F22A1 Auto tranny- until i save enough money to do the Manual swap.
IMPORTANT: will be on my Daily Driver so i need it to be reliable. So no its not a track car. So i won't be pushing the Sh*t out if on a daily basis. Just want to quiet those a holes that try to show off their turbo'ed SR20's or Turbo'ed 4G63 engines.
-So please give me some of your opinions biased or not i want to know on what brands are better than others. Are the Standard 87mm bore ok or should i go bigger. If you don't have a clue please continue and enjoy responding other threads. I don't want to hear "IDK but" or "Im not sure".
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Re: Need some H22 advise on parts and brands

Update: Motor will be an H22A4 and not the JDM H22A
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Re: Need some H22 advise on parts and brands

CLOSED! I have decided to work on the F22A1 instead. Since fixing either H22 would run me a fortune.
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Re: Need some H22 advise on parts and brands

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Ok before you tell me to hit the search button i have. I was just wondering if this was a good setup for about 220hp-250hp Engine will be N/A?
Motor will either be a JDM H22A or H22A4 since i will see which is better for the price that the sellers tell me. Parts are:
Darton Dry Sleeves- std bore 87mm
Wiseco forged Piston- std bore 87mm
Forged Eagle Rods
AEM Tru time timing gears
Skunk 2 pro2 camshafts
Clevite Rod Bearings
Skunk2 Tuner series valve springs and retainers
OEM H22A4 Throttle body
Bisimoto Header
Blox High Comp Intake and Exhaust Valves
OEM H22A Type S crankshaft
OEM H22A4 Intake Manifold
OEM H22A4 Fuel injectors
OEM H22A4 Fuel Rail
OEM Multi Layer steel headgasket
Type S air intake with K&N filter
Other Info:
Car will run on Apexi WS2 catback
Will have all the OEM sensors, starter, alternator, EGR valve and yes will have A/C.
And will temporarily be on a OEM F22A1 Auto tranny- until i save enough money to do the Manual swap.
IMPORTANT: will be on my Daily Driver so i need it to be reliable. So no its not a track car. So i won't be pushing the Sh*t out if on a daily basis. Just want to quiet those a holes that try to show off their turbo'ed SR20's or Turbo'ed 4G63 engines.
-So please give me some of your opinions biased or not i want to know on what brands are better than others. Are the Standard 87mm bore ok or should i go bigger. If you don't have a clue please continue and enjoy responding other threads. I don't want to hear "IDK but" or "Im not sure".
Just have the idea about such thing from my brother who did a H22A swap on his 94 and he used the old auto f22 transmission. just as oriented that you will need the p13 ecu as well as the p19 tcu. On the other hand the wiring is the same as if you were doing a b series swap in a lude. Such thing could also be available in some honda models such as civic and accord. The parts on one hand was delivered to me by an international part stores named Parts Train. You can take a look at some engines using the site as you wish.
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Re: Need some H22 advise on parts and brands

DO THE MANUAL TRANNY SWAP FIRST

other things:

- with pro2 cams you need pro valvetrain

- you need bigger injectors than oem

- mahle gold pistons doesnt need resleeving the block

- you need better IM than oem (or then get your oem ported)

- you can get as good headers as bisi a lot cheaper

- dont forget ecu & tune
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Re: Need some H22 advise on parts and brands

Good header like Vibrant would be better than Bisi, 3 inch exhaust piping from either SMSP or K Teller with an unrestricted exhaust like an N1 would be a bit better but meh, full engine build like you said (Skunk2 cams/gearshafts), Euro-R intake manifold with a 68 mm throttle body port matched to the manifold, good ECU tune, bigger injectors...

Still though...don't be expected to go around opening up a can of whoop ass on cars with SR20DET's or 4G63's like EVO's (Eclipse's sure, but...). 180sx's/Silvia's/Swapped 240sx's on stock tune and boost with mostly supporting mods and some internals can get 230 HP at the rear wheels no problem, and weigh like what...200 pounds less than a stock 4th Gen, and 400 pounds less than stock than a 5th Gen? And that's without weight savings on part of the S chassis Nissan. I've driven in a 240sx w/a red top SR20, running 6 psi of boost instead of the stock 7 psi and stock ECU. Had rear seats, sound system, spare tire, etc. and regardless it HAULED ASS. EVO's are quick too, for sure.

Even with a good build, without a turbo Preludes are more "fun" than "fast". I'm probably gonna get a lot of flack for this but w/e.
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