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Old 11-07-2003, 06:34 AM   #51
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I'm installing an h22a into an EK and I have the hcp mounts and A/C bracket. What Belt do I use. I'm guessing a four rib belt that is about as long as the stock belt.
Anyone that has kept A/C on the their h22a swap I'd appreciate the help.
There are several users who kept their A/C. I know fastwanabe did, I think junglerunna02 has, and a few others.
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Old 11-07-2003, 06:41 AM   #52
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nice. what lines, condensor are used? any or much custom bending or anything? i would like to see it, cuz i wanna put mine back, but im kinda scurred, ahha cuz i ripped out all the a/c componets, lines, wires and everything outta the engine bay.. ***** always harder to put back in then it is to take out...
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Old 11-07-2003, 04:41 PM   #53
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Ok, there is many many questions that people are still asking and not reviewing the information...

Others using HCP mounts, and Place Racing and such, please post up info that you have on that. Such as trimming the passenger side mount, etc..

Here is info on the new HASport billet kit.

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You remove or hack off the passenger side bracket which is on the frame rail. You can also remove it by heating and tapping on the spot welds.

Then the passenger mount will mount up like this (excuse the dirty picture). This is my old EX Coupe:

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From the bottom angle:



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Ok, there is many many questions that people are still asking and not reviewing the information...
is that a hint towards me? ehhehe... (sorry, i should try searching eh...)

ok some info on place:

PLACE RACING MOUNTS IN TO EK (99 civic to be exact)
it is a straight bolt in setup. no trimming necessary in the engine bay.
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Old 11-10-2003, 07:46 AM   #55
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is that a hint towards me? ehhehe... (sorry, i should try searching eh...)
haha, nope. Just others..
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Ok, there is many many questions that people are still asking and not reviewing the information...

Others using HCP mounts, and Place Racing and such, please post up info that you have on that. Such as trimming the passenger side mount, etc..
here is my trimmed passanger side mount using the HCP kit
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The question still remains oon 'HOW FAR DO YOU CUT THE PASSENGER SIDE BRACKET'

Thanks
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as much as you need to shift through all of the gears...HCP says 1"- 1 1/2"
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as much as you need to shift through all of the gears...HCP says 1"- 1 1/2"
Maybe this could be why some axle setups work better or worse on certain h22 eg civics, because some people might have cut more or less off the passenger side bracket.

I didn't do this swap in an eg this is why I brought this up. If Im totally wrong let me know and I will delete this.
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Nah mute point. Because the pilot hole should be the same no matter how much
of the bracket you use..
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Nah mute point. Because the pilot hole should be the same no matter how much
of the bracket you use..
yep that is correct.

you can see how much I hacked off.


heres is a pic of HCP's new billet mount. The rest are all black.

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great pics...kinda what i was looking for...

Jason, i'm starting the swap soon, so gear up for some helping hands..if you may..hehe
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Im still using the old HCP ek22 drivers side mount without the front crossmember, and everything seems to be holding up extremely well knock on wood.
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Aight let me know.. But I know you not waiting till winter and ish?!?
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great pics...kinda what i was looking for..
heres a beteer one I hope.
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:thumbs up: remind me to buy youi a beer next time at a meet...i've been asking for a close up for a long time...thx man

funny...you will be seeing your twin soon..hehe vx teal hatchie
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ok i got a question, on the hasport instructions that came with the mountkit it says u need to remove the passenger side mount (yeah i know) but it also says to remove the little plate on the underside of passenger side rail ... thats the first ive heard about this. Does anyone know any info on this?

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Thanks Josh, very very nice pictures!

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ok i got a question, on the hasport instructions that came with the mountkit it says u need to remove the passenger side mount (yeah i know) but it also says to remove the little plate on the underside of passenger side rail ... thats the first ive heard about this. Does anyone know any info on this?
Little plate? I don't recall a plate that was on the passenger side frame rail. The only pieces on there is the spot welded passenger tranny mount, and the underside tranny bracket which bolts underneath the frame rail -- where the HASport tranny bracket bolts up to.

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hmm, i wish my scanner was hooked up cuz id scan the instructions and post em. This is news to me as well about this plate but its about 2''x2'' and about 1/2'' higher then the framerail (theres one on the driver side framerail too but i cant think what its there for lol) the instrutions say ''Next remove the plate shown(figure 2) on the underside of the same framerail(as mount being removed). This plate needs to be removed or it will prevent the Hasport right-hand mount from seating properly'' o well ill find out soon enuff

Ill try to find a pic or sumthin to help ~MiKe~
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Thanks Josh, very very nice pictures!
no problem Brandon... show project civic the pic of the pass side mount so that way he know where to look for.
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o i know what to look for and i know what to do but ive never heard of removing this certain little plate before(never heard nobody talkin about it) but all of a sudden the hasport instructions say remove it? o_O weird shizzle
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You do not have to remove lower plate on the passenger side. You are looking at old instruction from HASports previous mount kit. The billet kit does not need this mod to work. On my instructions it had the same reference and photo of the lower passenger side mount. The only difference was that there was a X threw the photo to not do that step. If you look at the passenger side billet mount it has a notch where it meets the body this is to compensate for that lower plate so you do not need to remove it.
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wOot thanks double

EDIT: **** lol i just went to look at them and i must have the old kit cuz theres no notch, o well off it comes


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Refer to Poisons post on the 2nd page about the Hasport billet kit. There are a few pictures that might help the 4th pic from the top is the passenger side mount for the underside of the frame rail. Notice it has a notch to compensate for the bracket if you don't have the billet mount kit as pictured in Poisons post you need to remove that bracket from the underside frame rail. The 7th pic in Poisons post is where that mount meets the lower passenger side frame.
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