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hey guys i have a 95 honda accord with a h22 swap in it i was wondering what the best way to build my h22 i am goin n/a so please help with some info
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You need to provide a lot more info, such as your budget first of all and what your overall goals are (low-end torque, high-end power, etc.)
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my buget is around 3000 im looking to get in to 13-14 sec but about your low wnd or the high end not for sure on that yet
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3k on a n/a h22a won't get you very far. a custom header (they're the only way you'll see gains on a h22a) will already set you back $1k+ <-- emphasis on the +.
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as of right now i have a skunk2 intake manifold and 4-1 headrs apexi full exhust system and a under drive pully
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Re: new to the page but need some help

well 1500 would get you a itbs which would definitely help you alot....
then theres type s pistons and camshafts and valve train upgrade ... but that definitely gonna run you more then 3k all together.
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Re: new to the page but need some help

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well 1500 would get you a itbs which would definitely help you alot....
then theres type s pistons and camshafts and valve train upgrade ... but that definitely gonna run you more then 3k all together.
ITB's on a stock motor?

are you wanting to run 13/14 on street tires? drag radials? slicks?

there is a big difference.


gearing/suspension/tires/tuning
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hey guys i have a 95 honda accord with a h22 swap in it i was wondering what the best way to build my h22 i am goin n/a so please help with some info
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Re: new to the page but need some help

$3000 should be enough for upgraded pistons, cams, and a sick Nos system... as long as you do the work yourself.

I agree on what "hotrod" said a good header to match that intake manifold will def made a huge deference.

But are you wanting it to still be a street comfortable ride, or a bare bones drag car.

13-14 secs is starting get pretty fast so to get there you'll have to make some serious choices on what you want.

My friend has a H22a Accord set up for drag with Type S pistons and cams, header,intake manifold and 150 Nos shot on a full throttle switch and it MOVES!! but it is stripped BARE! no a/c, only has a drivers seat, no interior and the biggest slicks you can fit. the accord isn't a light chassis so its tough to get that perfect balance of speed and comfort. good luck!

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Re: new to the page but need some help

That intake manifold on N/A engines is probably losing power for you. Stock or Euro-R is the way to go on N/A applications. H22 Preludes running a skunk2 valvetrain with Skunk2 Pro1 cams have run as low as 14.1 on street tires (with some weight reduction as well). Even if you can get all the parts you need for $3,000, you're still missing the most important part, the tune.
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