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Old 03-26-2015, 08:19 AM   #1
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I'm back with my 2nd h22a swap

Hey cb7 people!
Feels good to be back in the game! My new set up is a
1992 ex sedan. Exterior is green, interior is tan. Overall body condition is 70% . The missing 30% due to famous quarter panel rust, passenger side quarter panel dent, driver side door (which looks like someone broke in, or locked the keys inside) and various minor dings.


I am planning to make this one something special.
the Original f22 had a bad head gasket. The whole car cost me $500 bucks

I took the motor and trans OUT.
This time i am looking to wire tuck any suggestions, tips or pointers.
i plan on keeping power steering
i don't plan on using AC, cruise control etc.
Somebody gave me this wire tuck link http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=163221

Stay tuned.. i will be updating as the car progresses.
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Old 03-26-2015, 08:22 AM   #2
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Hey.. so i managed to pry a h22a from my boys hands for $250. He had it collecting dust in his garage for a long time, with plans to put it in a teggy. He ended up going gsr.

Brand new harbor freight engine stand cost me $65. It's rated for 1000 lbs. I used a cherry picker to get the engine in mid air then used transmission bolts to attach it to the stand.

Next, i removed all accessories. I want to over haul the motor and upgrade cams, pistons, and valve train when i take it apart.

When i took the oil pan off, it had lots of new parts.
This included new pick up, sprayer thing, pistons, wrist pins, block guard, new cam shafts no trace of sludge.


I was like, "wow wtf this motor has been built" but i still cant identify if they were just new stock parts or upgraded .... i decided to leave it alone internally. I have 1 more h22 with a spun bearing.. i am better off building that. Also, a spare block.
The red top is a obd2 h22a4 with the spun bearing.. the spare block is under all the junk.

The funny thing is i got this motor for $250, my friend had no history of the motor and had no idea it was in such GREAT condition. LOL ...You're probably thinking "what a steal". That's how i felt.



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Old 03-26-2015, 08:26 AM   #3
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Okay so the original oil pan was steel and had a huge dent in it.
I took the aluminum pan from the h22a4. I cleaned and sealed it up with a new oil pan gasket and silicone in critical areas.
All my gaskets and special bolt needs were ordered from,
Honda this site has best prices. http://www.hondapartscheap.com/?gcli...770BoChh_w_wcB



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Old 03-26-2015, 09:34 AM   #4
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Future Plans

Future Plans

skunk2 intake manifold (yes)
Skunk2 throttle body. (yes)
aem chamber intake. (yes)
ks balance delete kit. (yes)
Ks auto tension. (yes)
Hondata thermal gasket (YES )
K&N oil filter. (yes )
aem cam gears 5 bolt (yes )
SKUNK2 thermal tb gasket (yes )
ACT streetlite flywheel. (Yes)
Action clutch level 3. (Yes)
aem rail & regulator. (Yes rail only)
Stock+ injectors. (Yes may go with hig impedance )
New stock crank pulley (yes)
msd ignition setup (not yet)
Timing belt. (yes)
Tri y v2 header. (Not yet)
Apexi cat back. (Not yet)
Test pipe. (Not yet)
mushroom filter breather. (yes)
'95 M2F4 trans (yes)
M factory lsd (Not yet)
New internal coil dizzy. (Yes)
Ngk wires and plugs. ( Yes)
Haport mounts
Innovative mounts.
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Old 03-26-2015, 09:45 AM   #5
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last night's paint job

The objective last night was to clean and paint engine head and block. Mission accomplished

Materials used

Wire bush set
Engine degreaser
pick tool
brake cleaner
Paint tape
razor blade
Engine paint color of your choice i used cast iron.

CLEANED AND TAPED


AFTER 4 COATS.
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Old 03-26-2015, 12:41 PM   #6
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Damn! When you say you're back, you mean you're BACK! Way to hit the ground running. Keep us posted.
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Old 03-26-2015, 02:37 PM   #7
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thanks

Lol yeah thanks man i gained a lot of mechanical experience since my old cb7 in 2007 ... i been itching to put my new knowledge to use.... stay tuned
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Old 03-26-2015, 06:52 PM   #8
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And he's back! I remember your old cb. What did you end up doing with it? I'm a north NJ member so I remember the old car back in. Do you still have the f22a6? Might need an external coil if your parting ways with it.
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Old 03-27-2015, 09:45 AM   #9
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hey i definitely have external coils laying around and a bunch of other stuff

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And he's back! I remember your old cb. What did you end up doing with it? I'm a north NJ member so I remember the old car back in. Do you still have the f22a6? Might need an external coil if your parting ways with it.
hey man back when i had the old cb7 i went and got a 04 g35 coupe. My girl at the time lent me 1000 cash towards the down payment. One day she was getting on my nerves and i was like f##* outta here and i sold the blue cb7 for 1000. Biggest regret ever.

but yo i have loads of stock parts laying around i know i have more then one coil.

the snapshot lost some quality let me know if u cant read lazy to retype.

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Old 03-30-2015, 01:23 AM   #10
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progress this past weekend

I was frustrated with working on the floor. I set out to home depot to buy a work bench. They did not have any so i figured maybe i could build one.

While i was in the store i Googled work bench plans and i found this website. http://www.familyhandyman.com/worksh...bench/view-all

In the link, you will find step by step plans for what u need and how to build this thing.



Here are some snap shots of the process.




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Old 03-30-2015, 01:36 AM   #11
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restore and modify f22a6 brackets

So today i decided to get the brackets off the f22a6. I used a bench wire wheel, sandpaper, and brake clean to prep the brackets. I decided to go with the f22 power steering pump, so i cut off the excess because you only use 2 bolts to mount it to the h22a. I used a larger nut to shim the bottom hole but first i sprayed 3 coats of vht epoxy black 250 f salt and corrosion resistance.



oh yeah those alternator bolts and hardware on the table are far from new, that wire wheel works magic 22 yrs of rust.
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Old 03-30-2015, 01:46 AM   #12
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tackled some things

I managed to put on a new water pump, oil pressure switch, re threaded engine temp sensor , due to the old one being broken off inside



i for got to take a few pics maybe i will update later.
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Old 03-30-2015, 09:44 AM   #13
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Awesome progress man. Keep it up. Glad u were able to put the work bench to use right away.
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Old 03-31-2015, 09:10 PM   #14
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Awesome progress man. Keep it up. Glad u were able to put the work bench to use right away.
Thanks man post for you guys and to look back upon memories.

So today the weather was freezing rain, so i put the heater in the garage. I decided to go to work on my skunk 2 intake manifold. Striped cleaned and preparing for paint insured i masked off import parts, such as threads injector holes pipes and ports. (Any one knows were i can find port and polish tips?) Also i swap cooling pipes from my other block because the h22a's was rusty i painted this as well. I ordered a hondata thermal gasket from ebay $55. The skunk2 thermal gasket was about $15 cheaper . Hd blue and sk2 white.. i choose hondata because i trust their claims and dyno results.





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Old 04-01-2015, 02:18 PM   #15
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the mail is here

look what came in the mail.
Its all oem gaskets a few nuts and seals.
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Old 04-02-2015, 08:30 AM   #17
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So after some research that ks tuned balance eliminator kit is missing some major components. So i contacted them and they were kind enough to sell me the kit with out the block off plate being that i have it already. It saved me about 30 bucks. I also ordered the manual tension which goes in place of honda's failure prone auto tension. No conversion required it cost $125. All together with shipping $219


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I'm not sure if it comes with all those gaskets but that is on their website but i will see when it gets here. If it does they are excellent. I will update on the install. It requires me to remove the oil pan, oil pump housing,pick up, balance shafts, main bearing caps.
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Old 04-02-2015, 10:45 PM   #18
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sneaky success

Today was the highest temperature so far of 2015 With a high of 67 f. My woman said that i don't ever spend time with her. so i took her biking and left my other woman home (h22a)

When we got home i sneaked into the garage. I got some things done. I managed to install the cooling pipe & thermostat housing with 3 new oem o-rings. I installed the oil cooler with new o-ring & 2 new oil cooler hoses. I threaded a new heater hose pipe from honda due to heavy rust.
I installed a new k & n oil filter from advance auto parts.
i unmasked the intake manifold & idle control valve and set aside. I cleaned the throttle body also.











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Old 04-05-2015, 02:03 AM   #19
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my parts came in.

I received my shipment from ks tuned. The kit did not come with gaskets. So i bought a felpro front seal kit for 95 prelude vtec. The kit consist of front shaft seal, crankshaft seal, rear shaft , silicon ,sump seal, and 2 seals behind the oil pump housing.





TOOLS USED

Dead blow hammer
Hand torch
Torque wrench 1/2 at least 55ft lbs
High temp thread lock red rated 450 f
Razor blade
Pry bar
10mm socket
12mm socket
14 mm socket
12 point 12mm socket
Oil resistance silicone

I got caught up in the build process i forgot to take some great pics. Her is is a pic after the install.


Here is a link from ks tuned that shows the process of the install but i did it with the crank shaft in and my magnectic drain plug should catch the filings.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mKx9B8PSriU
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I'm loving this thread.

This is a reminder to tell me I need to find a house with a serious garage.
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