Engine & Gearbox H22 EG Civic Track Build ......... In Progress

Discussion in 'Honda F/H-Series' started by TehDeyaniS, Monday 3rd Nov, 2014.

  1. TehDeyaniS Junior Member ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

    Here is my 1995 Honda Civic EG engine converted to a H22a7 from an Accord Type-R, when I got the car it had already had the conversion done a few years back & has had allot of work put into it.

    I bought it from a someone that used it for a few track days & as a bit of fun but had not been that well looked after ...... lots of bolts missing / sheerd off, bodge fixes & poor maintenance. so much time has been spent fixing the idle problems & fuel cutout problems that happened right after buying the car.

    Im planning on turning this into a fun car for track days and local drag races, nothing competitive just for my own satisfaction.

    Engine -

    •AEM Long Arm Induction Kit 

    •Powerflow 2.5" CatBack Stainless exhaust system

    •2.5" Decat

    •U2Q7 LSD Gearbox

    •350bhp upgraded Driveshafts 

    •Magnecor KV85 Competition HT Leads

    •Solid polyurethane engine mounts 

    •Alloy Rad with fan •Walbro 255 fuel pump

    •EGR Delete

    •Solid Fabrications Custom stainless downpipe

    • AC & PAS Delete 

    Chassis -

    •koni hight & dampener adjustable coilovers

    •Front strut brace

    •Rear welded in strut brace

    •Upgraded to disk brakes all round

    •Skunk2 camber arms front & rear.

    •Battery relocated to the boot

    •Under sealed & protected underneath.


    •Cobra Suzuka Pro fixed bucket seats on OMP rails.

    •Securon 4pt harnesses

    •Full stripped interior including sunroof delete, boot skins cut out & half dash removed.

    •Accord Type-R Interior Clocks

    •Switchgear for rad & fuel pump cut off.

    •Deep dish suede steering wheel.

    •Oil temp gauge.

    •Painted back interior.


    •Carbon bonnet

    •Carbon spoon mirrors

    •Carbon Japspeed spoiler with custom boot mounts.

    •Bolt on arches

    •15 x 8 et0 Rota Grid V's

    •JDM black imported Headlights

    •Aluminium Rear diffuser

    Future plans for this year is to make my front diffuser with air dam, canards then have my roll cage built & fitted, new ecu & remap.

    I managed to find a post from the person who put the engine in & did most of the work so feel free to show them this post.

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  2. smithy Top Contributor ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

    Love it. So wish I'd have gone h22 before I started building my b18c engine. Interested to see where it goes!
  3. TehDeyaniS Junior Member ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

    cheers bro, they are great engines & give great power & torque. hopefully try & get mine to the 230 - 240bhp N/A soon with a few extras. Iv been looking into making my own aluminium dash to save some weight & for general cool race look as iv already got the cutoffs & switches  
  4. EGH_22 Club Veteran ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

    The original owner who built it is on here its petrol heads old one mate was good when he it looked after it.

    Either way still a good motor you got and its changed abit on the body work
  5. Karleg6 Club Member ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

    Love the look of it dude.. Spoiler is great and really like the way you done the wings and used the bar as a spacer.. Simple but effective. I've a h2b eg6 myself @ ~250hp.. Done the balance shaft delete and have skunk 2 cams. Great fun on the track
  6. Kyron Club Veteran ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

    United Kingdom kyron Wolverhampton
    A few h series popping up now, I also wish I went for my initial idea of h swap just couldn't find a healthy engine at the time and got a b18c however craving more power and more torque so the H swap would've been better for me I think lol

    Like to see this progress , I'm all for the track inspired Civics.