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H22a4 SH engine swap to base transmission

I have 1997 Prelude, swaped the old engine with SH h22a4 on base transmission, the intermediat shaft doesnt fit on the block of the engin, i custom made a metal plate to be as a pacer to make it fit, is there any other way to make it fit better?

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Is there a bearing the shaft fits into... you should be able to find a different diameter bearing for it.

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Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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