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Old 10-24-2007, 08:04 PM
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i have an h22 jdm motor the bottom end is getting ready to go so i need to build it. what is the best way to build a bottom end? I'v heard running a type s piston is a lot better so please help me

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Old 10-24-2007, 09:48 PM
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hone the cylinders and start on fresh metal and use over sized Type S pistons.
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how big should i go on the piston size
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They come in standard and .025 oversized. Get those.
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wat about the rest of the bottom end like the rods h-beam or i-beam and wat should i do to the head
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Old 10-28-2007, 01:18 AM
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get a good valve job done to the head. if ur lookin for performance get a 3, 4, or 5 angle valve job. if not just get a standard one. the more angles u have in it the faster it will wear the angles off. if its a DD i probly would not get more than a 3 angle. when i did my head i just got a standard one b.c i am pretty much stock just keep that in mind. as for bottom end i dont know too much about it sry
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You might an reuse the ones you have, depending on the condition. If they need changing, order some from Honda.
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do u guys kno were i can get an lsd tranny for my h22
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good luck with that. honda lsd trannies are rare. just get an aftermarket lsd and throw it in there. I have a quaife, it's nice.
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get a good valve job done to the head. if ur lookin for performance get a 3, 4, or 5 angle valve job. if not just get a standard one. the more angles u have in it the faster it will wear the angles off. if its a DD i probly would not get more than a 3 angle......
can u explain yourself abot the angle wearing issue......
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when they cut the seats for the valves the more angles they cut the tighter the valve will seat. when u get say a 5 angle valve job they put 5 small cuts into the head, when the angles are smaller they will get rounded off faster and the valve will not sit as tight on the head.

with the standard valve job there is just one cut into the head. it might not fit as tight but there will be very minimal wear b.c the area the touching over a bigger surface.

the total area is the same for any angle job. it just becomes divided up with more angles put into it.

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would it be better if i got an h23 crank shaft and put it on or is better to run the h22 crank
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what kind of valves spring and retainer should i go? when i built the head and also what kind of cams and camshaft
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i would stick with the h22 crank. i think they are different. not 100% on that tho. as for cams go with crower cams. i think crower also has springs so go to the site and check it out
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