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Old 04-22-2018, 09:30 PM   #1
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Wink f22b dohc built head

hello ive just made a pretty big purchase and was wondering if i need to run adjustable cam gears or not..

crower cams stage 3 na p/n:62483-2


valve spring, ti retainers, and retainers p/n:84177


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Old 04-22-2018, 10:21 PM   #2
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Yes on cam gears. Is this a turbo or n/a build. Eaither way port the head to really get the benafits from those cams.
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Old 04-23-2018, 03:49 PM   #3
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Many people elect not to use adjustable gears, as they can be a pain to set perfectly. I don’t believe it’s necessary, but it’s true that you’ll be able to pull more from your setup with a good set.
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Old 04-23-2018, 09:46 PM   #4
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i think im will get it tuned with the stock cam gear for the time being unless i can find a good set of b series cam gears that someone would trade parts for.. i scored an h22 block with goodies and m2s4 (h23usdm) transmission for 80$ from a facebook group today

alternator relocation bracket & a cable to hydro conversion

1320 balance shaft delete with a newish oil pump

ks tuned manual tensioner (the OG)

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a low mile xtd 7 or 8 pound flywheel, 6 pluck clutch, & pressure plate

h22 has new ring but the kid did not gap the ring and scored the cylinder walls..=( he also said it has king race bearing in it as well

do you think i could reuse the ring in another block that has low comression if i gap them properly ?
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Old 04-23-2018, 09:48 PM   #5
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Yes on cam gears. Is this a turbo or n/a build. Eaither way port the head to really get the benafits from those cams.
this is going to be an n/a build for a while I wanna rebuild the lower end for the big boost before I go turbo
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Old 04-24-2018, 08:10 AM   #6
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XTD is crap. That exact clutch is what put my cb7 out of commission (ended up being permanent, due to an unrelated incident). At the very least, use an oem throwout bearing. The xtd one will most likely seize on you.

B series cam gears? Why?

The H22 has FRM cylinder walls. Very delicate, and difficult if not impossible to repair when damaged. A scored cylinder wall may mean that block is useless without an expensive resleeve. If you’re interested in boost, now is the time to beef up that block for it.
If you’re building another block, I wouldn’t use parts that have been in a failed build. That used ring had seen the wrong end of a cylinder wall. I doubt it would seal properly.
Don’t cut corners on things that will be expensive or frustrating to correct if they fail.
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Old 04-24-2018, 07:57 PM   #7
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Also, why is this in the appearance section?
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Old 04-24-2018, 09:42 PM   #8
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Why are you gathering h22 parts for the f22b head? Iím confused here
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Why are you gathering h22 parts for the f22b head? Iím confused here
for 80 buck i could not pass it up ill be transfering the manual tensioner and the balance shaft delete the alternator relocation bracket all on the f22 im selling the rest.



im going to post this in the rite thread like deev said i accidently posted this in the apperence section
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Old 04-25-2018, 08:29 PM   #10
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Old 04-25-2018, 09:32 PM   #11
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for 80 buck i could not pass it up ill be transfering the manual tensioner and the balance shaft delete the alternator relocation bracket all on the f22 im selling the rest.



im going to post this in the rite thread like deev said i accidently posted this in the apperence section
The f22b is Manuel tensioned already
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The f22b is Manuel tensioned already
i dont think mine is, but ill post pic later to confirm.
ill be pulling the motor out today and taking it apart tomorrow
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Old 04-26-2018, 01:34 PM   #13
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F22B should be manual. H22 is auto, unless the previous owner converted it.
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Old 04-27-2018, 05:04 PM   #14
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I actually have a set of Brian crower cams in my turbo coupe. They are the biggest set I could get from them. They are about 7 years old lmao. I donít have cam gears on mine and I regret not getting them befor the tune. If I were you I would get a very good set. As for your tensioner, all f22a/b motors are Manuel tensioned. Only h22a and f20b came hydrolic.
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Does Manuel have to do the tensioning? Can’t it be someone else? :-p
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Itís quicker if you install a short shift manual tensioner
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Does Manuel have to do the tensioning? Canít it be someone else? :-p
Lmao nope has to be Manuel he also does my lawn to but hey at Keats heís using Honda stuff lmao
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wow! Impressive parts for the that build. I would go with an aftermarket LSD for that transmission.
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wow! Impressive parts for the that build. I would go with an aftermarket LSD for that transmission.
Agreed. Quaife and M-Factory seem to be the top choices for street cars. OBXís unit is supposedly pretty decent for what it is, too. Donít bother with a phantom grip (I saw you mention it in another thread), unless you can snag one cheap and donít mind doing the work to install and remove it once it fails/sucks. Theyíre not totally useless, but a true lsd is far better.
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If your looking at LSD options, you may want to look at a WaveTrac lsd. I've been shopping around lately, and I think I'm going to buy one in a few weeks. It has advantages over the Qualfie and M-Factory, it eliminates zero axle load disengagement. This means it will stay engaged even on decel and other conditions that experience zero axle load.
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