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Discussion in '88-91 Honda Civic/CRX' started by jdmefsedan2, May 28, 2006.
what do you guys think should i go h22a in th ef sedan> or shoc itb's
A H22 motor is relatuvely cheap.
A sohc on ITB's takes a little more dedication. There are not many companies out there that make a direct bolt-on ITB system for the SOHC motor. Most people custom make thier own, using Motorcyle throttle bodies.
Here is a link. with some info.
I really do not trust anything that is fabbed up to fit something it wasnt originally suppose to fit.
So in the end I would recommend that you do the H22 swap. in the end you will have a better running, more reliable car. Thats has mor HP and Tq than the single cam.
And this is coming from a person who loves ITB setups.
Good luck with your decision.:thumbup:
Like an h22 in an ef civic? :hithead:
I think the H is too much if you want to take it arond turns.
If it was me I would do a K, B, or D.
The D with ITB is cool... and you dont have to make some thing fit its all redy there lol.
Well good luck for what every you do.
doesn't the h22 make the crx difficult to steer?