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the b16's and b18's have interchangeable heads right? i mean one b16 can swap heads w/ any other b16 and any b18 can swap heads w/ any other b18 right? well, would the f22 be the same way? i have a friend w/ a 92 and he wants to put the f22b head on his f22a block. if i remember correctly the f22b is the twin cam 2.2 that came in the 92s in japan. would he be able to pull the swap off, or it all just wishfull thinking? and even if he did pull it off, would it be worth the money he'd blow on getting everything shipped over?
 

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the b16's and b18's have interchangeable heads right? i mean one b16 can swap heads w/ any other b16 and any b18 can swap heads w/ any other b18 right? well, would the f22 be the same way? i have a friend w/ a 92 and he wants to put the f22b head on his f22a block. if i remember correctly the f22b is the twin cam 2.2 that came in the 92s in japan. would he be able to pull the swap off, or it all just wishfull thinking? and even if he did pull it off, would it be worth the money he'd blow on getting everything shipped over?
The question you've got to ask yourself is: 'Will it be any less expensive than just swapping in an H22A?'

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Hmm... I think the 5th gen accords may have F22B's. I'm pretty sure my 145HP SOHC VTEC is an F22B1.

I think you are refering to the F20B and F20A DOHC series. That which I'm not sure if it would fit.

I have heard that the JDM equavalent of the h23a motor is labeled an F-series, but is essentially similar to the h23a, so I am doubtful that the motor will work w/ an USDM F22 block. I don't know for certain thou, there are a few guys at [omg this is gay, I can't type the url for another honda enthusiast forum?!?!?] at other boards that know this shit.
 
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