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Does any one know if a single cam F22 crank will work in an h22.
F22a1 crank is identical to an H23a1 crank (95mm stroke). Same part number same everything, so if some sense it will fit in an H22 block if you were doing an H23vtec, but its not a direct replacement for an H22 crank (90.7mm stroke).

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F22a1 crank is identical to an H23a1 crank (95mm stroke). Same part number same everything, so if some sense it will fit in an H22 block if you were doing an H23vtec, but its not a direct replacement for an H22 crank (90.7mm stroke).

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Is there any crank that has a 90.7mm stroke other than an h22?
 

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F22C but the mechanics of that might get a bit more exciting.


It's pretty common for people to use F22 crank + F22 rods + H22 pistons. It's certainly not something that would be OEM approved but it's good for power. F22 pistons wouldn't work (besides being low comp) because F-series bores tend to be 85mm and the H22 is 87mm.
 
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