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I'm curious if anyone has any advice on putting a h series in my crv. I know I need to cut the h2b plate to fit the rt4wd trans. Will ek h series mounts bolt up? I know i need to modify headers to fit. What other things will i need to do? I plan on using a p28 with hondata and wiring vtec. Any other advice would be greatly appreciated!!
 

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So, for the rest of us curious to know what you're up to...

What's an H2B? What car is in from? Why is it better than a B20?
 

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So, for the rest of us curious to know what you're up to...

What's an H2B? What car is in from? Why is it better than a B20?
H2B is a H22/23 (from a Prelude or JDM Euro R) and "B" is a B-series transmission, since the H-series are known to be weak.

It's better because they have more bottom end and also VTEC. Hardest part is retaining AWD but it is possible.
 

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Interesting. I had read that the B20 was basically a B16 from the Prelude, but with larger cylinders.
 

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Interesting. I had read that the B20 was basically a B16 from the Prelude, but with larger cylinders.
Honestly, they couldn't be any more different. Rod/stroke/bore are all totally different. Head design is no comparison, not to mention the B16 has VTEC. Not sure where you read that info, but I'd be wary of anything taken from that source.
 
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