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Old 01-19-2013, 04:14 AM
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Obd1 to obd2 motor questions

so I got some parts listed up on cl and someone offered me a jdm h22 obd2 block.(dont know engine code yet) I have 2 h22a1 heads sitting in the garage and the guy told me that the obd1 head will bolt right up to the obd 2 block, (someone will say anything to sell something) my question is will it bolt up and if so what is needed to make it run right? do I have to change out any sensors,wiring or anything else? the only answers I got off of google is use the same gasket as the block. sorry for the noob questions most honda guys probally already know this
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Re: Obd1 to obd2 motor questions

obd1 block is closed deck and obd2 is open

you have to get a4 head gasket there, but otherwise you can use that a1 head just fine

try google next time
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so I don't got to do anything with sensore correct?
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