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Old 08-06-2011, 02:04 PM   #1
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Default 99 Accord w/ H22 swap???

Got a 99 accord 4dr ex 5pd, Well im just curious as to what all i would need to do the JDM H22 swap in this car. I used to have a 90 Accord w/ the JDM H22 and all i needed was 3 new wires for VTEC and the P13 ECU. I used the stock motor mounts for the swap. Can i use the stock mounts on the 99 accord or do i need to just get the hasport mounts? Also with the car already being wired for VTEC am i going to have to change anything on the wiring harness? My 90 accord had a hydraulic clutch and so does the 99, so will it be a bolt up with the shift linkage or will there have to be modifications done to? Last question is the axles, i used the stock axles on my 90 so would this be the same here on the 99? Any help would be awesome!
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Default Re: 99 Accord w/ H22 swap???

I'm not sure for the engine mounts on the 6th Gen Accord. Not too sure about the engine harness on the 6th Gen as it's got the 3-wire IACV involved. And yes, you can use either your F23 Intermediate shaft with driverside axle or get the H22 Intermediate shaft with driverside axle. Passenger side is the same; either the H22 or F23 passenger side axle will work. Shift linkage does not need any modifications done to it. They're all cables and will bolt up.

I'd check the FAQ section for more info.
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