should i do Ls turbo or h22 turbo for my 88 ef hatch

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Asked by Aug 18, 2010 at 02:40 PM about the 1988 Honda Civic

Question type: Car Customization

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ull have to build the 22 to make good power. just do a ls vtec turbo

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ok thanks thats wht im goin to do then im gettin the engin and ecu from one of my friends for 500 idk if i should put it in a 88 hatch or a 91 civic both are light but im likin the hatch look better but ill drive any kind of honda

Definiately go with the Ls turbo more horsepower

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H22 doesnt handle forced induction very well

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that all depends on your setup ...if its a drag car or highway car the h22 would be fast as all hell but if you want to turn without understeer then go LS

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