Engine Theory, Build, Etc Discussion.

Discussion in 'Engine & Transmission Mods' started by BlkCurrantKord, Oct 15, 2007.

  1. ryan s

    ryan s they dont think it

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    be like it is
    for reference, when buschur racing builds a car, they throw it on the dyno immediately and tune it as soon as it runs.

    here's a q:
    best flowing head? f23/f22/h22/h23? i have a premonition it's f22 non-vtec but just want to check.
     
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    BadgerType Resident ***hole

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    you can lose ur P/S, it aint tht bad

    accord axles are the ones tht will work. if u cant find f20b things u need, usdm h23 is the EXACT same as far as the head. h23 tranny i would reccomend, since the f20b (h22) tranny is very, very short.

    mobil 1 synthetic oil is good, gsr timing belt, honda man. tranny oil, h23 header with no cat and custom bent crushed exhaust should be fine. make sure to include an oil pressure gauge into ur budget as well. ALL HYBRID ENGINES SHOULD HAVE ONE.

    search pirateMcFred on ht and DSA on here for build help, since they did the same damn thing
     
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    BadgerType Resident ***hole

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    ryan... i think its the h23
     
  4. BlkCurrantKord

    BlkCurrantKord Super Moderator

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    FYI - F20B is comparable to the H22. F20A is comparable to the H23.
     
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    BlkCurrantKord Super Moderator

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    I hate Buschur Racing and all the damn Evo's around here running their stickers. That and whoever the other big DSM guy in OH is.
     
  6. Kid2000EX

    Kid2000EX Well-Known Member

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    I was readin about Buschur Racing last night in a magazine! They do some okay work. Not blown away though!
     
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    ur right, f22b = h23
     
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    1. h22 water pump gear - someone on HT did this to run an h22 timing belt
    2. if the k20a2 rods wont fit, then i guess ill use some crower rods
    3. i wasn't sure if i would be buying the s200 or the s300, but someone on HT, yes HT, said that it would be easier to tune with the s300, so im getting that instead
    4. im trying to see what brand header to use, rmf, hytech, since i dont want to be using the stock header
    and thanks to those who offered their input
     
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    get some f22/f23 rods
     
  10. DarkSideAccord

    DarkSideAccord nadeshiko fobz ftw..

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    isn't it f20a = h23? and f20b = h22.... i know the f20b=h22 is true, but not sure abt the other one


    as for header, get the one tht's meant for whatever head u're getting..
     

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