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Old 06-12-2018, 06:26 AM   #11
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Where did this 130hp come from? The Accord’s F22A1 is rated at 125hp for all years. The F22A4 is rated at 130hp. Granted, the only difference between them is the exhaust manifold, but let’s keep the information accurate. Especially if we’re going to be condescending.

Internally, all F22A engines are identical. That means you can bolt all the parts unique to the F22A6 onto an F22A1 and get that full 140hp. Alternatively, dropping the F22A1 into the car and reusing none of the F22A6 parts (including intake and exhaust manifolds) will only require the use of a PT3 ECU, lengthening the o2 sensor harness (an extension harness is the smart way to do this), and tucking the IAB wiring out of the way.
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