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Old 03 Oct 2007, 01:40 pm
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Default F22B1Vtech VS. H23A1 HONDA?

I have a 94 honda accord w/ a newly replaced F22B1 engine that is currently auto trans. I have come across a deal where I can buy a 94 prelude front "clip" w/ a manual transmission for a great price from what folks tell me. I have also located the other manual parts( pedal, shift cables, slave cylinder, etc.) for an additional 125.00. I intend on a street/strip set up for my daily driver - nothing over the edge but I do enjoy mods. A lot. Question being; does anyone know if this would be a better setup to run over what I have already? Cause I have forked out quite a penny in it already but it seems to lack the horsepower gains I expected. I am not pleased but also not completely finished - overall which would be the better build to satisfy my needs?
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