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Old 03-15-2013, 09:07 PM   #1
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Picked up a nice civic EX with a rare swap, especially rare for a civic! Needs some finishing to run to its potential, but when It's dialed in this will be a nasty sleeper. 134k original miles.

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H23A Dohc Vtec Bluetop (painted red >_< )
H22 transmission
Prelude Axles
Stage 3 clutch (brand unknown)
Skunk2 IM
STR 70MM Throttle Body
CB7 3" Short Ram Air Intake
OBD2 -> OBDI harness
5th Gen Accord Injectors/injector box
Phearable.net P28 Chipped ECU
NGK Iridium Spark Plugs
Generic 4-2-1 header
3" Exhaust
Magnaflow Cat
Vibrant Silent Resonator
Vibrant Muffler
Working AC!

Interior:
JDM Shift Knob
Black 97 Lude front seats

Exterior:
2" Drop Springs on new oem struts
15" Rotas wrapped in Falken ZE512s
SI Front bumper
SI Front Grill
SI Red Clear Taillights

ICE (electronics):
Kenwood Radio
Elemental Designs EDI 9000.2 components up front

Plans:

Future-
Tint
Front lip
Lude Front Seats -DONE
Window, rear window visors
reinstall power steering
Better headers
Wideband and Tuning -have, install soon

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Old 03-15-2013, 09:07 PM   #2
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Just.. leave the iacv propped on the intake manifold why don't you!



The skunk 2 relocation kit... will find a way to hide this behind the manifold later.

Has a Huge STR Throttle Body as well, 70mm I believe



And I bang my head on this every time I get in, so annoying!


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Old 03-15-2013, 09:21 PM   #3
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Needs a few things cleaned up and tucked away, and the p13 ecu designed for H22 injectors but using much smaller accord injectors are making it run pretty poorly. The MAF sensor is also just floating since there is no intake pipe, I am going to see if my old CB7 will fit in the bay, there isn't too much room with the battery up in the corner. It doesn't pull much more than my CB7 atm, so this is definitely way off its potential 200hp, especially with the huge intake manifold and TB. The headgasket was just redone along with the head and timing belt, and its pretty squeaky clean. Having AC in texas is a must as well, and its amazing that it has been kept and is functional with this swap! The AC pulley is literally a couple milimeters from the wall.

Not driving it until I get a cat and resonator put on, its just "ticket please officer!" loud, and at the same time I am trying to find some H22 injectors and get a phearable chipped ECU so I don't blow anything up as it has to be way off tuned. Wideband and proper dyno tuning will come before long but thats a bit more than I can spend atm.

Other than being bright red, I want it to be as sleeper as possible. Rare swap, tons of torque, easy to drive DD.
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Old 03-15-2013, 09:27 PM   #4
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Old 03-17-2013, 09:23 PM   #5
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Old 03-18-2013, 12:09 AM   #6
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H22 injectors installed to replace way-to-small accord injectors. Pulls much better and runs a bit better as well. Accord CAI upper pipe section is the right length, but this TB is soo much bigger I will need some hose adapters to make my old one fit, or find a bigger pipe.

Headers seam to be leaking, I thought perhaps from the flex pipe but it looks like the upper to lower bolt up is spitting some black stuff onto the block. Looking into the TriY headers, need to see if they will clear the larger H23A vtec oil pan.

Also considering (not right away, but around when I get a wideband and tuning) perhaps a 75 shot, since there is not way I will get a turbo and be able to keep AC. With the headers, TB, S2 intake mani tuned I think over 210HP should be easy, so 260-270 with nos is attainable, and would put the car in the 12 sec range. ^_^

cat and silent resonator will be here in a couple days.

Stock mirror put in to replace wink mirror, cracked windshield replaced, registration and inspection done. =)

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Old 03-18-2013, 02:33 AM   #7
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Old 03-20-2013, 06:06 AM   #8
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Not bad looking, but that H23 isn't working right because it's in that Fisher price toy. It needs to go in your accord: )
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Old 03-20-2013, 06:29 AM   #9
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Not bad looking, but that H23 isn't working right because it's in that Fisher price toy. It needs to go in your accord: )
Rofl! Ima put a rear windshield sticker on it, you got beat by a fisher price toy XD
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Old 03-22-2013, 03:33 PM   #10
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Exclamation

Stupid car decided it wanted to scare me on the way to work. Got stuck either in full vacuum or what felt like full throttle acceleration while only slight throttle. I figured it might just be the map sensor not being inside vacuum (new intake get here today) but since the only variable was my changing the injectors, I put the old ones back and it runs like it did before. I guess I will wait and install them when I get a chipped ecu, for whatever reason while the h ones should have run it better on the p13, it didn't.

Also pretty sure vtec is not kicking in. I am going to soon redo some of this wiring with proper soldering, and I'll check the vtec, because at a glance it is wired up at the solenoid.
Heading to shop shortly to have cat and resonator installed, and check on the clearance of this leaking header I need to wait ($ $) to replace.
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Old 03-26-2013, 09:06 PM   #11
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Traded the SI wheels for some rotas. Even swap. Guy happens to lived right around the corner for me. He has a nice 95 civic coupe with a light boost build, and wanted to go way lower so he traded his rotas with big tires. A bit too big, probably going to swap them onto wife's accord. Also installed ebay 3" cb7 intake. Had to cut about 3" off the end of the pipe. Perfect angle however, I'm happy with it. Runs a bit better, but I still really need to get it tuned. Also rolled on some sound deadening in the trunk. Now there is almost no exhaust noise from the rear of the car at all, only the slight growling from the leaking header. Take care of that and it will be a great flowing 3" that is almost stock quiet!







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Old 04-01-2013, 09:41 PM   #12
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Looks good. With the 345 injectors you should be running the resistor box.
I got my hondata s300 from pherable. It took less than a 9 days, me shipping them getting and me getting back.

I will have to agree tho put that motor in the CB. Its a damn icon on these boards.

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Old 04-02-2013, 12:03 AM   #13
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Looks good. With the 345 injectors you should be running the resistor box.
I got my hondata s300 from pherable. It took less than a 9 days, me shipping them getting and me getting back.

I will have to agree tho put that motor in the CB. Its a damn icon on these boards.

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That's what I figured, it must have just been the map being too far off to run it. I have a phearable ecu with basemap coming in a few days then I can put them back on.

I don't have the time/resources/place to do a double swap. If I did I would have just rebuilt the cb7's f22b dohc. This torque monster in a civic should make for a screaming n/a beast. I may throw a 75 wet shot on it for kicks, would easily put it in the 12's. I don't feel this is a car I will keep as long as I've had my cb, it's just what was in the budget that would be happy to drive for a while.
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Old 04-05-2013, 06:26 PM   #14
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Phearable ECU installed, along with the 345CC injectors. Also put some new Falken 512's on the rotas since they had way too big of tires, and put old tires on the wifes accord.

7.3k Rev Limit
7k Check Light Shift light
4.8k Vtec
4.3k Full throttle start limit

Throttle is much better in the lower RPM range, the pedal response on the P13 when starting from a stop during normal driving was not good, probably due to running so lean. It was also idling around 500 rpms with it shifting every couple minutes up or down 1-200 rpms. It sticks at 1.1k now. It pops a little bit from being a tuned map vs stock, but its running better and not popping a CEL while driving. Now I Just need to figure out what ecu he used and see if I can do an EGR delete since its just scratching my skunk2 intake.
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I think they use p06 or p28 so the answer should be yes you can delete it.

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I think they use p06 or p28 so the answer should be yes you can delete it.

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Unless you pay extra I think they normally convert a po6 to vtec, I did not know I could delete it with the po6. I opened it and the chip is in the bottom right when holding the ecu with pins to the left, and my po6 has the chip on the top right. Maybe it.is a po6? They cleaned off the outside very well. Everything looks crisp and clean inside, cleanest of any ecu I've seen thus far. And the USB header output is already added as well, I've got a hulog USB I was going to use on the cb that I will use later after I get a wideband.
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P06 is a civic or del sol ECU if I remember. Neither of which have EGR.

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From what I read only Prelude and accord had EGR.
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Nice! I bet this thing is lots of fun!
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Old 04-09-2013, 07:16 AM   #19
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Was lots of fun. Cruising on the highway it decided to pretty much blow up. I knew it didn't sound right and I should have had someone check it out before I drove it. I'm beyond pissed. Hopefully it's just the valves and I can have it rebuilt correctly.
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update

So I was right to freak out when I Saw the oil pan all smashed in when I had the exhaust put on a week ago. Oil return was crushed and the motor was oil starved. Block has to be rebuilt and head is going to get checked at machine shop.

I may have to ditch the block and try to find an h22 block, if the head is even still good.

Wiring is a hack job and the shop says nothing looks new, so much for the timing belt having been replaced... maybe re-used off another car >.<
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