the only problem with the h22 block is that it was always put in the heavy ass prelude. even though it's a lot more torquey than the b-series motors, it needs all of it to get that body rolling. an h22 could be quite an interesting swap into a civic or integra, although it could make it too front-heavy.
quote:[HR][/HR]Prelude. I like the prelude better because it isnt as common as the integras and the H22A has just as much aftermaket support. The GSR is a fine car, no doubt, but I am partial to the lude.
quote:[HR][/HR]Blespace, you plan on driving the car in stock form or using these engines for a swap into something? [HR][/HR]
Most likely in stock form. H22A swaps inside Civics/Integras are well wicked at the drag strip, but with all that weight up front, going in a straight line and understeering are the only the hybrid is good at.
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