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  1. jdmkid92
    03-23-2011 02:37 PM
    jdmkid92
    ok basicly what i'm saying is can i use the throttle body thats on my f22a4 motor instead of the one that comes with F20a dohc
  2. HondaFan81
    03-21-2011 12:15 PM
    HondaFan81
    Take the time to type out sentences appropriately, I can not understand you.

    If engine assembly were installed in your vehicle engine bay, will the throttle body face the passenger or driver side fender?
  3. HondaFan81
    03-18-2011 12:55 PM
    HondaFan81
    Are you saying the throttle body is on driver side fender instead of passenger?

    This was not the case on the JDM F20A DOHC intake manifold that I worked on, it was similar to USDM F22a6 but had one IAT sensor on opposite side.
  4. 91_CB7_Sedan
    03-09-2011 11:37 PM
    91_CB7_Sedan
    obd1
  5. jdmkid92
    03-08-2011 01:12 PM
    jdmkid92
    ok thats whats up mines a 5 speed because mines a 1991 would i need the jump harness because the PT6 is from a 1992 and that obd1
  6. HondaFan81
    03-08-2011 11:51 AM
    HondaFan81
    PM or send another chat message if you have further questions. Come this warmer weather, I will be completely swapping the same JDM F20A DOHC I previously worked on into a different vehicle (new owner). Simple entire engine/auto tranny swap now, everything was already done by me prior.
  7. HondaFan81
    03-07-2011 12:10 PM
    HondaFan81
    I have the information on my computer at home, but by memory the 90-93 Accord P/S and ALT belt will work. If you have A/C compressor installed, used the A/C version of ALT belt.

    You can use F22a4 transaxle and engine wiring harness. On wiring harness, you will need to cut the intake air temp sensor (IAT) plastic wire conduit (plastic wire organizer) to allow it to reach the sensor. This IAT is located on driver side of intake manifold, where USDM are on passenger. Also, make sure to use your USDM F22a4 transaxle vehicle speed sensor or your speedometer will be off.

    Best interchangeable USDM ECU for JDM F20A DOHC is PT6 from 90-93 Accord with F22a6 engine. I would stick with one from vehicle with same type of transaxle (manual or automatic). Ultimately, try to find a PT2 ECU (actually for JDM F20A DOHC engine), but are rare.
  8. CB7 Sleeper
    02-19-2011 10:22 AM
    CB7 Sleeper
    Yes you can use the one off of your F22A6, and BTW if you want a rundown on the JDM F20A DOHC swap, talk to Hondafan81. That's my buddy Cisco that figured everything out for my swap, he has all the information you need. I can guarantee he will answer all of your questions, he also has the timing belt/water pump combination figured out for the F20A. There's a lot of misinformation floating around, so you best PM him and you'll get correct information.
  9. Cb7xChun
    02-13-2011 07:08 PM
    Cb7xChun
    i did it awhile back. i think i used the h23a ones. but im not sure. they should have it up on the forums somewhere
  10. jdmkid92
    02-10-2011 10:21 PM
    jdmkid92
    i got a new timing belt a long time ago cuz i thought i was going to fix my f22a6 motor will i be able to use it on the F20A dohc or do i have to get another one because some ppl say on cb7 use 1988 dodge carvan 2.5L timing belt sum say dont use the prelude timing belt and shit idk what to do i'm going crazy

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    What up CB7 tuner head.. im Stephen and im a jdm junkie im a real lay back try of guy love going to car meets and clubing & drinking anything else just ask
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