Ok So Ive Got A 92 DA And I Know Im Gonna Have To Do An OBD2 To OBD1 Conversion but Streetlightz.com Makes A NIce Set Up For The Swap But What I Wasnt Sure About Was Should I Use An H to B Mount Set Up For It Or Is There An F To B Mount Set Out There Somewhere As Fas As Parts Are Concerned i Know About The Different Head And H block So Im Not Worried Bout That Just Didnt Wanna Buy The Wrong Motor Mounts And As Far As The Trans Goes Whats A Good Trans I Can Put In Thatll Line Up And Work Properly With The F20b
if your going to go H/F2B, then you need to consider which kit your going to be using first. QSD or Bisi/Evolution. i would suggest you use the QSD kit, as they have (as of late) been found to be more of a street application. some quick break down information for you.
uses oem or aftermarket b-series mounts for the chassis application
drivetrain geometry stays exactly as stock
hood clearance sucks, since the transmission doesnt move locations down for clearance with the taller engine
needs one off header. iirc, there is one company that does make a H2B h22a header for this kit
custom mounts are needed, if you dont get the mounts from them
drivertrain geometry is modified, depending on mounts
depending on mounts, hood clearance could be a major issue
off the shelf header is currently being sold
i would suggest you visit honda-tech and read up on the FAQ about H/F2B swaps.
not 100% accurate, but close enough for government work.
also the f20b dohc has a lot of parts availible from the USDM market. a lot of the parts for the h22a fit. other parts will come from the h23 and f22. just takes a little searching to figure out which parts you need to buy from which engine.
i am currently building a F2B DB1, i am using a f22a6 as my f-series of choice :D.
edit: could you please not caps the first word of every word you type… or turn off the caps lock so the system doesnt do that for you. thanks man.
There is a write up on honda tech too about this. Looks like a very beefy frankenstein and it will make more hp than the h22 or the f20b that you’re talkin about with very little machining. in fact I believe this is quicker easier and probably cheaper than an lsv… just a thought tho.