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Old 06-07-2007, 11:09 AM
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Default VTEC ENGINE SWAPS

IM NEW TO THE FORUM AND WAS SO IF THERE IS ALREADY A THREAD ABOUT THIS JUST REPLY WITH THE LINK PLS. THANK YOU

IWANT TODO A VTEC MOTOR SWAP WITH MY 91 ACCORD WHAT ENGINES WOULD FIT AND WHAT WOULD BE EASIEST TO DO?
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Vtec motor swaps arent hard... ECU and engine and wireing harness for ur vtec and ur done... have a good day bye!
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If you are looking to do a motor swap for more power, drop in an H22. Go to www.cb7tuner.com and look around. That site is dedicated to 90-93 accord owners with H22's. Shadow1992 on here is the resident H22 expert.

Here's a link to another thread on the forum http://www.hondaaccordforum.com/m_57..._/tm.htm#59508
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If you are looking to do a motor swap for more power, drop in an H22. Go to www.cb7tuner.com and look around. That site is dedicated to 90-93 accord owners with H22's. Shadow1992 on here is the resident H22 expert.
I agree 100%!!!!!
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or you could just use the money you would spend on that and work on a faster f22/23
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AccordLX5Spd,

Is there a site like that for 6th gen accord? I'm looking to do the same swap except on my 98 Accord.
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Yes, www.6thgenaccord.com
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u could, but u'll soon reach a limit and won't b able to keep going. I would choose to go for a H22 engine swap (more mods, parts, andpsi resistance). But, there again, that's my opinion...
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u could, but u'll soon reach a limit and won't b able to keep going. I would choose to go for a H22 engine swap (more mods, parts, andpsi resistance). But, there again, that's my opinion...
The H22 responds pretty well to N/A mods but once you go boost - which isn't a good idea on one with its high compression ratio- the rings are also a major weak point in the motor.
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u could, but u'll soon reach a limit and won't b able to keep going. I would choose to go for a H22 engine swap (more mods, parts, andpsi resistance). But, there again, that's my opinion...
The H22 responds pretty well to N/A mods but once you go boost - which isn't a good idea on one with its high compression ratio- the rings are also a major weak point in the motor.
I think Shadow1992might disagree. He runs an H22 with 24psi. Well....his is "massively modified" as he says in his signature. So I guess you could be right.
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