H22 Vs F22

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Asked by May 26, 2008 at 02:12 AM about the 1992 Honda Civic

Question type: Car Customization

I got a 92 honda civic hatch and i'm trying to decide weither i want to do an H22 N/A swap to it or if i want to swap in an F22 Turbo. They both have their pros and cons just dono which i should do.

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I have to say that the h22 is a great motor and will handle any other add on you wann do to it very well I had a 99 prelude that after i was done with a supercharger and Nos would some almost anything it ran 10.2s in the quarter

H22 all the way, and you can always boost it later. Theres a reason not many do the f22, besides that you can easily hit 200 on a stock d16 turbo or 350hp on a built d16 turbo. If you do the H22, make sure to make it a h2b (h22 with b-series tranny). Those are killers!

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Yeah i was gonna do the b-series tranny on it for sure

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h22 for sure. its a good lil swap for ur bubble. pretty goood power and not a bad price. but if money isnt a problem and u wanna run sick times in the bubble. k20a2(rsx type s motor). its the lates craze. for good reasons

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