1991 Honda Accord CB7 JDM H23A VTEC Project Update
This is an update on what is going on with my Honda Accord project. This video was made because I got a few requests on what's been going on, what I've done, and what I will be doing soon. More to come... P.S. Sorry about the wind noises...
1993 Honda Accord CB7 H22A 5 Speed
Since I've been getting so much flak on how shitty my car is in a for sale video I made about a year ago, I decided to update the car. Obviously I decided to keep it. Engine: JDM H22A Chipped P72 NGK Iridium Plugs New OEM NGK Wires New OEM Coil New OEM Igniter AEM True Cold Air Intake Apexi World Sport 2 Cat-back Exhaust system Magnaflow Hi-flow catalytic converter Feel's Header Drivetrian: H2A5 5 Speed Transmission OE Prelude Clutch Fidanza 7lb Flywheel New OE Clutch Master/Slave Custom Braided Steel Clutch Line New Front Wheel Bearings Suspension/Dynamics: Skunk2 Springs (removed because they suck) Tokico Blues (removed) Prothane Master Bushing Kit New Upper Control Arms Front/Rear Ingal's Front Camber Kit Function Form Type I Coil Overs New Rack and Pinion Falken Front Strut Bar New Tie Rods ST 27mm Front Anti-Roll Bar Progress 22mm Rear Anti-Roll Bar Wheel/Tire/Brakes: Konig Blatant 17x7 Kumho Ecsta AST 215/40/R17 TAS Auto 11.1" Front BBK Conversion (calipers/rotors/pads) TASPRO Stainless Steal Brake Lines HAWK HP Plus Front/Rear [B][COLOR="red"]Interior:[/COLOR][/B] Deteriorating and random stereo New Blower Motor Exterior: One Piece Headlights Smoked Corners Yellow Stained High Beams Audi A6 HID Retrofit 6000K JDM Yellow Foglights Accord Inspire Side Markers Honda Window Visors (Wrapped in 3M Di-Noc) Carbon Fiber Radiator Brackets Engine Bay Dress Up Hardware
94 H22a Accord First Start
First start after my engine swap from f22b2 to an H22a. 1994 accord. 1995 h22. No down pipe, radiator, belts, and throttle cables hook up.
90 91 92 93 Honda Accord CB7 JDM H22A / H23A Swap - First Start
This is only a test! Lol! I wanted to give shout outs to ALL OF YOU who have watched this project take place and to everyone who has participated in its completion along the way! Thank you again, a