H22 DOHC VTEC, 1994 Honda Prelude N/A Drag Race Build Slideshow.
Special thanks to James Goldman and JAMES AUTO SERVICES, JAS RACING.
Check out the other build video here:
KAIZENSPEED's H22 Timing Tensioner directly replaces the stock H22 auto
tensioner and eliminates the annoying H23 manual tensioner conversion. CNC
machined from billet aluminum with a hardened tension rod and jam nut. We
include a special adjustment wrench with each tensioner. Installing the H22
Timing Tensioner takes only five minutes during a timing belt change.
Included in this package is a Gates timing belt. Don't waste your money on
a blue "racing" timing belt, buy from the company who supplies the OEM's.
This is a good, quality belt with a warranty.
Why replace it? The stock H22 automatic tensioner, also called a hydro
tensioner is known for premature failure, causing bent valves at the least.
Our H22 Timing Tensioner fixes that problem and eliminates the need for an
H23 manual tensioner conversion.Simply remove two bolts and install our
billet H22 Timing Tensioner. Never use H23 manual tensioner conversion
For nearly a decade we've had the problem of failed auto/hydro timing belt
tensioners on the H22 and F20b. Brand new hydro tensioners often fail right
out of the box! In the old days, we would use the H23 manual tensioner
parts, which had a host of annoyances. Installation was time consuming and
there are a lot of little parts involved in the conversion. The H23
tensioner spring can come off it's post and get chewed up by the timing
belt. And most importantly the H23 tensioner pulley was larger which made
installing the timing belt a real pain! Now you only have to remove two
bolts and set the tension, which takes less than five minutes during a
timing belt change.
Fast Eddies Racing H22 Reverse Head (New Build)
After a two-year absence from the scene our reverse-head H22 is running
again, but now with a few modifications to provide better reliability.
Though we haven't finished tuning it yet (We are still breaking it in), we
have put over a thousand miles of day-to-day real world street-driving on
it, and we have had no problems what so ever, and it even gets up to 25 MPG
on the freeway. This video was made immediately after the initial timing
program was installed in the AEM computer, and there was no Exhaust installed on the van, which explains the
raspy sound when I revved the throttle. Since this video was taken we've
made vast improvments under the hood, as well as to the appearence and
reliability of the system itself, but we are far from finished. This
vehicle is merely a test-bed for the potential of the Odyssey platform, and
we will delve further into this chassis to see how much further we can go
while staying FWD. The next Odyssey we build will be taken to the next
level, and this we can say with confidence. Stay tuned for more updates as
we move into the tuning phase to enhance efficiency, as well as make
improvements to the wiring harness.
Visit Us at: Facebook.com/FastEddiesRacing
1992er Honda Prelude Widebody h22a (jdm) Part I
Honda Prelude bb3
Motorswap auf H22a (jdm 200 ps) mit turbo
gesleevt, gehont und auf 89mm gebohrt!
Wiseco Kolben 9er Verdichtung
Alle Lager/Lagerschalen/Dichtungen neu!!
Skunk 2 Pro Series Ansaugbrücke
Skunk 2 Pro Series Drosselklappe 70mm
Skunk 2 Pro Series turbo
Invidia G200 Komplettanlage
turbosetup steht noch nicht ganz fest.
s14a Scheinwerfer vorne
Honda Prelude bb6-9 Rücklichter (neuer Entschluss
Recaro SPEED Halbschalensitze
kompletter Rückbank-HIFI Ausbau
K-Sport Bremsenkit VA 330mm
K-Sport Bremsenkit HA 304 mm
Chamberkits an beiden Achsen
Radius RSF 11 "forget" Felgen 18"
und einige Spielereien kommen noch dazu!