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F22B2 Wants N/A Bisimoto

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Old 07-09-2009, 01:06 AM
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Default F22B2 Wants N/A Bisimoto

Anyone familiar with Bisimoto? I want to make my F22B2 N/A. Not really lookin into a huge boost but I wanna be able to run with the stock Mustangs of the world so 250hp? Where is a good place to start as far as internals? I don't have VTEC should I start with that? Their headers are mighty pricey but I'm guessing they are the best out there for my specific engine. Is a camgear goin to make a difference in hp? I figure that cams/valvetrains will, I know an ITB would as well, but besides that is there any boost I can gain from that, or maybe purchasing pistons from them?

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Old 07-10-2009, 12:45 PM
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If you want N/A power youre talkin some big $$$. for an f22b2 youre gonna want to overhaul the internals and externals. N/A power is difficult and not cheap on 4 cylinders. you would need high compression pistons, rods, sleeves, cam, gear, valves, springs, port/polish, good header, ported or advanced intake, etc. plus fuel delivery and a very good tune. I probably missed some things lol

to beat mustangs personally i dont think youre gonna need 250 Hp. personally i would recommend an engine swap to the H22a, 200 hp and a lot easier, you get VTEC this way too.
 
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Old 07-12-2009, 01:38 AM
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thanks a lot
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Old 07-14-2009, 10:02 AM
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this is false, I currently have a 91 honda accord f22a1 bisimoto level 2 cam pro valve springs intake full exhaust port and polished head non vtec and i walk your average mustang gt all day they are dogs
 
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Old 07-14-2009, 11:57 AM
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youre very welcome texas

no its not false, you should reread. I was describing what it would take to make high N/A power out of the motors. mustangs are easy to beat, an f22a1 with a built head is some strong stuff. sure you can have all that work done, what did it cost you? I was just saying that its more value to just swap in an H22. they have lots more potential.
 
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Old 07-26-2009, 07:35 PM
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If I wanna drop maybe $300... obviously not expecting a big gain... what should I get? I already have intake and exhaust... The stock headers look pretty big... anything I should look at? Will a VTEC head give me more throttle response or allow for the transmission to shift faster? Because my car is currently non-VTEC.
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Old 07-26-2009, 08:07 PM
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vtec is not intended to work at the low end of the rpm band. vtec works by changing the amount the heads open and other timing things under heavy load (meaning above a certain rpm). hondas in fact are infMOUS for lack of low-end power, but they certainly make up for it in the high end. The only way to bump up urlow-end power seems to be a small turbo on a really low boost of maybe 5-6psi, ans this will (in theory) produce much better throttle response on acceleration as well as add some extra hp all throughout. Unfortunately, a kit as i mentioned with a good build can cost upwards of 3-4k.
 
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Old 07-26-2009, 10:28 PM
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So should I get a cam gear? Or get my cam regrinded? note its SOHC
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Old 07-27-2009, 03:26 AM
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any sort of aftermarket "regrinding" is just going to create fracture spots. It is best iif you get a new part. so yes a new cam gear would alter the rate at which the cams open and close etc. which is wat vtec is. by altering the cam gear ration you are essentially(although not exactly) creating a dohc type engine, the most powerful type made by honda.
 
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