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I know this is prolly a dumbass question and i prolly know imma get cracked on for this one...but can u swap a non vtec F22 head wit a Vtec F22 head??? and if so can yall tell me wat i need to make this happen...All Comments are greatly appreciated:TU:
 

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i understand dat but i here people talk about other engines
 

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Yes, you can. Heck, if you have the funds/means, you can swap an H22 head onto an F22 block.
 

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I heard F22 Blocks are Strong as hell
 

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b1 head will work on the a1 block. you'd be much better off going with an a6 head though. they flow much better than the b1 vtec heads.
 

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f22 blocks are unbalanced pile's of crap
you obviously dont know crap. those blocks are actually really well engineered. They can withstand quite a lot of boost, especially the f22b1 out of the 94-95 ex. There are countless accords still going strong on the road. My accord just rolled over to 250k with no issues. These are really reliable engines. Next time you decide to post, remember not to pull something out of your ass and post it on here.
 

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I heard F22 Blocks are Strong as hell
You pretty much heard right. They have iron sleeves. Rods seem to be pretty strong. Main drawback is open deck, but eh, that's nothing.

f22 blocks are unbalanced pile's of crap
Your name fits you well. But I understand every body has their own opinion AND your statement is relative.. So yes, compared to a Ferrari block an F22 block is what you said.


b1 head will work on the a1 block. you'd be much better off going with an a6 head though. they flow much better than the b1 vtec heads.
This guy obviously either has first hand experience or has read a lot from those that do on such sites as www.AccordinglyDone.com (AD = best forum ever), and cb7tuner.com




As far as the original question please check out www.AccordinglyDone.com Check out the Tech Articles and do some searches and you will come up with more information on the heads, blocks, and head swaps then you can use.

I'm sure you aren't local to me (IA) but if you are I have an F22B1 and B2 sitting in the garage if you are interested in, you know, comparing blocks or something.
 

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thanx Guys i appreciate ya help and advice on this question...how much a f22b1 or f22a6 head go for...BTW i live here in florida
 
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