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Old 01-28-2009, 12:38 AM   #361
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h23 intake manifold

I wanted to kno wear can i purchase a h23 intake manifold? I want to feel a lil more power i think its about time i start doing some things to my baby. What are other mods that i have to get for h23 intake manifold?

I was looking on ebay and i saw the n1 catback i was thinking of getting this catback. is this catback good or no. What is the difference between the sp2 catback and the n1 catback? Also the n1 catback only cost 130 bucks.
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Old 01-28-2009, 12:56 AM   #362
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The "N1" catback is garbage cheap crap. It will work, but it will be loud and sound like crap. Some people like that. The Greddy SP2 and Apexi WS2 are high quality, and have a deep, quiet tone. Much better for someone that doesn't want to be seen as an idiot ricer.

The H23 intake manifold comes from a 92-96 Prelude Si. That is the car equipped with the non-VTEC H23 DOHC engine. Check junkyards, ebay, and craigslist. You don't need to do anything to put it on. Some wiring needs to be done to make the IAB system work properly, though.
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Old 01-28-2009, 01:07 AM   #363
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What are those wires that i have to do on the h23 intake manifold?
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Old 01-28-2009, 08:24 PM   #364
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great info bro youve done your homework haha...hey i got a question whats the best bolt-on for hp under 500$???
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Old 01-28-2009, 08:32 PM   #365
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great info bro youve done your homework haha...hey i got a question whats the best bolt-on for hp under 500$???
Intake and exhaust in my book. The engine is an air pump more air in and out = more power.
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Old 01-28-2009, 10:17 PM   #366
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great info bro youve done your homework haha...hey i got a question whats the best bolt-on for hp under 500$???
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Old 01-28-2009, 11:13 PM   #367
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And yeah, I would hope that I've done my homework...
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Old 01-29-2009, 10:37 PM   #368
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I really want my cb7 to be a mustang killer, not just any mustang, but the gt, its rated at about 300+ or minus hp. How can I make my cb7 at least 240+hp? somebody needs to let these biggets know here in louisiana that a family 4 door sedan can whip their ass.. other wise know as the SLEEPER. Now, I know the first thing is to swap a h22a in my cb7 what next. What do I with the the power band?
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Old 01-29-2009, 11:18 PM   #369
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I really want my cb7 to be a mustang killer, not just any mustang, but the gt, its rated at about 300+ or minus hp. How can I make my cb7 at least 240+hp? somebody needs to let these biggets know here in louisiana that a family 4 door sedan can whip their ass.. other wise know as the SLEEPER. Now, I know the first thing is to swap a h22a in my cb7 what next. What do I with the the power band?
This technically isnt the right section for this kind of question. This is for f22a1 related performance mods, and budget performance mods for the motor. Ask that question in the Performance: Naturally Aspirated section or turbo. There are different ways you can go about getting that mustang beating power. d112crzy just shared with us how he shillacked one.
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Old 02-04-2009, 12:32 PM   #370
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what if i have a 3in cat back is that too big
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Old 02-04-2009, 06:10 PM   #371
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what if i have a 3in cat back is that too big
A larger exhaust will allow for more high end, and less low end. 3" is rather large, but it's not TOO big. It still allows for decent flow velocity in the upper RPM range.
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Hey will adding a after marked air filter to my bone stock f22a1 make a difference as apposed to the stock box.like noticable ?. im about to pick up a p12 ECU and just want to get as much ummh out of the old F22
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Old 02-11-2009, 05:22 AM   #373
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Hey will adding a after marked air filter to my bone stock f22a1 make a difference as apposed to the stock box.like noticable ?. im about to pick up a p12 ECU and just want to get as much ummh out of the old F22
If' you're asking if replacing the stock air box with a cone filter will make a noticeable difference, it will. It's only a few ponies, but your ass dyno will feel like more because it's going to sound a lot more aggressive at WOT.
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If' you're asking if replacing the stock air box with a cone filter will make a noticeable difference, it will. It's only a few ponies, but your ass dyno will feel like more because it's going to sound a lot more aggressive at WOT.
thanks .. but im guessing WOT means like opeing up (increasing rpms ) i just dont want it to sound extremely loud @ low end
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thanks .. but im guessing WOT means like opeing up (increasing rpms ) i just dont want it to sound extremely loud @ low end
WOT = Wide Open Throttle.

It's not going to be extremely loud at low rpms. You have to understand, the more power you want, the more air you have to move, the more air you move, the louder it's going to be. It's up to you where you sacrifice power gains for a quiet car.
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WOT = Wide Open Throttle.

It's not going to be extremely loud at low rpms. You have to understand, the more power you want, the more air you have to move, the more air you move, the louder it's going to be. It's up to you where you sacrifice power gains for a quiet car.
very tru . thanks once again , well it ordered and on its way so lets see how it werks out ..
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Old 02-12-2009, 09:24 PM   #377
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what about f22a6
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What about f22a6?

Read this thread, then if you have any questions, ask specific questions. It will make things easier for everyone.
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The majority of the gains for the F22A1 are converting it to the F22A6. If you actually read the thread, instead of just whoring for posts, you'd know that.

The H23 intake manifold can be used for some gains on the F22A6.
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Old 02-13-2009, 12:35 AM   #380
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The H23 intake manifold can be used for some gains on the F22A6.
I believe the F22A4 header will provide gains as well.
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