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Old 09-16-2010, 03:44 PM   #1
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H23 head F22 Block

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i have an F22A and i want to put an H23 non Vtec head i have laying around in my garage, what exactly would i need to make it work? like headers? timing belt? like everything i need, what would it be? please some one help me.
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Old 09-16-2010, 05:49 PM   #2
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you definitely need to use the site search button...there are a couple members who have done the build you are interested in..as well as complete lists of parts needed...just gotta look man..
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Old 09-16-2010, 06:04 PM   #3
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First off... it's a bad idea. Sell that head and use the money to have your F22A ported. The F22A head is superior to the H23 head.

You won't gain much from doing this swap, other than a second camshaft, and a lot of potential reliability issues. If you have to ask for someone to tell you everything you need to do it... you really shoudn't be doing such a swap. Everyone that has had any luck with these things understood their engines enough that they didn't need someone to hold their hand while doing it. All the noobs that want to be spoon fed tend to blow their engines up very quickly... that is, if they complete the project before giving up.

H/F engines are not like the B series... we have no "LS/VTEC" swaps. All hybrid H/F motors have nothing to offer... and they're really not that unique anymore to make that a good reason to do it.
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Old 09-23-2010, 02:26 PM   #4
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First off... it's a bad idea. Sell that head and use the money to have your F22A ported. The F22A head is superior to the H23 head.

You won't gain much from doing this swap, other than a second camshaft, and a lot of potential reliability issues. If you have to ask for someone to tell you everything you need to do it... you really shoudn't be doing such a swap. Everyone that has had any luck with these things understood their engines enough that they didn't need someone to hold their hand while doing it. All the noobs that want to be spoon fed tend to blow their engines up very quickly... that is, if they complete the project before giving up.

H/F engines are not like the B series... we have no "LS/VTEC" swaps. All hybrid H/F motors have nothing to offer... and they're really not that unique anymore to make that a good reason to do it.
I have to agree here, there is really no gain for you to do something like this. Honestly try just flowing out a few different heads and you will prolly find one that flows better than the others.

Go from there and drop some cams and valve train in that bad boy and call it a day! Again, I suggest going with something like our Stage 2 cam and valve train and bang you got good power and reliability without hassle and fuss!

If you need anything shoot me an email:

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