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Old 20 Sep 2004, 11:53 am
Piotr Domownik
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Default h22 + transmission

In my project car I am going to use an H22 engine from JDM. I would like to
marry it with the lowest (numerically) total ratio transmission possible. As
far as I know this will be manual transmission from the new Accord 2.2
i-ctDi engine which has top gear ratio: 0,69 and final drive ratio 3,29
giving 2,27 total gear ratio.
However I have a number of problems and questions:
1. Am I doing right? Or maybe there exists a numericaly lower honda
2. What is the symbol of this Accord 2.2 i-ctDi transmission?
3. What torque it is build to support?
4. And the most important: Will it fit the H22 engine ?
Thanks for all answers.


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