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Old 05-25-2006, 12:28 PM   #26
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it will still work like the rest, plus it will look good with rubber stuck all over the side of it
no rubber on the car for me ...I made some custom wide fenders with a pair that I had lying around don't want to mess up my new paint job

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no rubber on the car for me ...I made some custom wide fenders with a pair that I had lying around don't want to mess up my new paint job
My paint is flawless and his rubber all over it all the time. You can rub vaselene (sp?) on the fenders if you want to keep the rubber from sticking.
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from everything i've heard on the H2B i can't get it out of my head... search for the tranny currently underway and purchase of kit imminent
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from everything i've heard on the H2B i can't get it out of my head... search for the tranny currently underway and purchase of kit imminent

do it!
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Old 05-27-2006, 07:30 PM   #30
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so...... that alternator... how did you all make it fit? I kept my balance shaft assembly and just removed the belt... I'm shaving down the P/S pulley..
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so...... that alternator... how did you all make it fit? I kept my balance shaft assembly and just removed the belt... I'm shaving down the P/S pulley..

explicitspeed.org ....cool *** dude, i bought one for like 75$ shipped..I dont have it yet but when i do ill post some pix..Matt (Skunked) is rockin one
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Old 05-27-2006, 09:56 PM   #32
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even though i still have the balance shaft assembly?
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Old 05-27-2006, 09:58 PM   #33
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even though i still have the balance shaft assembly?

i think you have to take that out?
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Old 05-28-2006, 01:31 AM   #34
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Expltcitspeed sells d series alternator brackets for both applications, with or with out the balance shaft assembly. If you just took out the belt, you would just get the OEM style bracket.
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I need some driving impressions everybody! I have a 93 hatch w/ b16a and a y21 tranny at the moment. I need more power though and am not wanting to boost. I have been researching the h2b for awhile but I dont get the problems with the alternator. I understand the webbing on the back of the block however.

I want some driving impressions. Anybody using this in a dd car? Hows the power? Ive never driven a h22 before, and I think im going to love the torque and power.
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Old 05-28-2006, 01:12 PM   #36
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I need some driving impressions everybody! I have a 93 hatch w/ b16a and a y21 tranny at the moment. I need more power though and am not wanting to boost. I have been researching the h2b for awhile but I dont get the problems with the alternator. I understand the webbing on the back of the block however.I want some driving impressions. Anybody using this in a dd car? Hows the power? Ive never driven a h22 before, and I think im going to love the torque and power.
The position of the motor with the b series mounts puts the motor so far forward, you need to bring the alt closer to the block..so it'll clear the headlight


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The position of the motor with the b series mounts puts the motor so far forward, you need to bring the alt closer to the block..so it'll clear the headlight


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That is NOT the reason. Frame rail to alternator clearance is needed therefore running a SOHC alternator that utilizes a 3 rib belt would give you the needed clearance.

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That is NOT the reason. Frame rail to alternator clearance is needed therefore running a SOHC alternator that utilizes a 3 rib belt would give you the needed clearance.
Couldnt you just run a 3 rib belt on the H alt?
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Couldnt you just run a 3 rib belt on the H alt?
yes, but the prelude still a 5 rib alternator pulley that is too wide. If it's possible to swap a SOHC alt pulley on the H22 alt that should give enough clearance.....
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yes, but the prelude still a 5 rib alternator pulley that is too wide. If it's possible to swap a SOHC alt pulley on the H22 alt that should give enough clearance.....
K, so its not just the belt that needs clearance but the pully as well. Should be easy enough to aquire a SOHC alt.

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K, so its not just the belt that needs clearance but the pully as well. Should be easy enough to aquire a SOHC alt.
yeah, it's the pulley, but the belt is close too. The explicit kit was too easy to buy and install to play with anyhting else IMO.

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haha i feel like i've done everything the difficult way
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haha i feel like i've done everything the difficult way

i mine as well wiped my *** with the directions.
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i mine as well wiped my *** with the directions.
hahahha mr. i'm not gonna shave off the back of my block until the motor is IN the car
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hahahha mr. i'm not gonna shave off the back of my block until the motor is IN the car
OUCH!!!

Shave it first unless you want to cuss and make your arms sore
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OUCH!!!

Shave it first unless you want to cuss and make your arms sore
hahah i did mine the right way... Tony wasn't so lucky

I'm so excited, i finished up the wiring last night... All i have left is my suspension and to put the alternator on once i get my relocation kit And then i am DONE!
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hahah i did mine the right way... Tony wasn't so lucky

I'm so excited, i finished up the wiring last night... All i have left is my suspension and to put the alternator on once i get my relocation kit And then i am DONE!
nice, put the suspension on and you can get it on the ground

PS-You don't need the alternator for a quick spin around the block open header
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nice, put the suspension on and you can get it on the ground

PS-You don't need the alternator for a quick spin around the block open header
HAHA that's what iwas planning on
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I guess I did not realize that the alternator is on the front of the h22, interesting. Also, these balancer shafts, are they required to be removed? Or is it optional? Wouldnt this throw off the balance of the engine in general and possibly hurt things?

I am starting to buy things for the swap soon I believe. Is my list correct?

H22A(Can get longblock for $1295 shipped!)
H2B Kit

Aftermarket B series clutch/flywheel/pressure plate

The h2b relocation deal from explicit

What else exaclty? Ive already got my b tranny/axles/ecu. What ecu are you guys running in a eg hatch? Would a p30 work or is a p28 preferred?
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