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    b18c itr vs h22a

    http://www.jdmsource.ca/v2/product.asp?ID=52 = h22a.
    http://www.jdmsource.ca/v2/product.asp?ID=17 = b18c itr.

    which motor would you choose and why







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    Re: b18c itr vs h22a

    hit me on AIM

    type r 0149

    I have done massive motor work with both, and have alot of awnsers for you



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    Re: b18c itr vs h22a

    Quote Originally Posted by SAG3
    brb while i pull 6 g's out of my ***.




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    Re: b18c itr vs h22a

    FWD honda's were so 4 years ago, lol.

    I used to be really into them, untill i realized that FWD and race car dont belong in the same sentance



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    Re: b18c itr vs h22a

    Quote Originally Posted by TypeR0149
    FWD honda's were so 4 years ago, lol.

    I used to be really into them, untill i realized that FWD and race car dont belong in the same sentance

    FWD + AutoX = FTW!!




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    Re: b18c itr vs h22a

    Quote Originally Posted by TypeR0149
    FWD honda's were so 4 years ago, lol.

    I used to be really into them, untill i realized that FWD and race car dont belong in the same sentance
    all cars are capable of racing...in some way or another.




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    Re: b18c itr vs h22a

    i guess almost anything is capable of racing, car or other movable objects.

    hey i was a HUGE honda fan, untill I drove a real car. I owned 2 Type R's and countless swapped civics



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    Re: b18c itr vs h22a

    i have the jdm h22a now and love it but if i were to do another swap id go with the b18c for a few reasons. id rather go n/a so the high compression on the b18c is better also the b18c is much more mod friendly meaning you get much more gains from things as simple as a cai.




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    Re: b18c itr vs h22a

    Quote Originally Posted by SAG3
    I have the K20Z3. (my new Si)

    Really depends on what car you are putting the new motor in. Guy around here has a H23 in a CB7. Low 12's. Then another guy has a B18C and is running 15's...yes the H series is turbo'd but yeah.



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    Re: b18c itr vs h22a

    getting my 2.0 liter itr tuned this weekend. hoping for good numbers.
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    Re: b18c itr vs h22a

    order it yet?




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    Re: b18c itr vs h22a

    What kind of civic do you have? I have a 99hb cx and I think im going with the h22.I'm not a speed demon and I need it to be veeeery reliable(so turbo is out of the question).I like the torque of the h22. The very thing I worry about is the ground clearance.I was told that the old pan sits low and my car is lowered.




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    Re: b18c itr vs h22a

    Quote Originally Posted by baker001
    What kind of civic do you have? I have a 99hb cx and I think im going with the h22.I'm not a speed demon and I need it to be veeeery reliable(so turbo is out of the question).I like the torque of the h22. The very thing I worry about is the ground clearance.I was told that the old pan sits low and my car is lowered.
    i have a 98 ex. my car is also lowered. im also no speed demon, but its fun every now and then to give it a little gas.




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    Re: b18c itr vs h22a

    the oil pan does sit low but not too low. it shouldnt be a problem.




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