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The H23 motors stroke is a lot longer thant the h22s, so does the H22s piston a higher compression to make up for the shorter stroke, what this all comes down to is that I just bought me some JDM h22 pistons to put into my H23, and the pistons Im buying are 10.6 to one on the H22 motor with the smaller stroke, but will the pistons yield a higher compression because Im putting them in my H23 engine, I dont know if this is a dumb question or what it was just something I was thinking about
 
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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by gotryce:
The H23 motors stroke is a lot longer thant the h22s, so does the H22s piston a higher compression to make up for the shorter stroke, what this all comes down to is that I just bought me some JDM h22 pistons to put into my H23, and the pistons Im buying are 10.6 to one on the H22 motor with the smaller stroke, but will the pistons yield a higher compression because Im putting them in my H23 engine, I dont know if this is a dumb question or what it was just something I was thinking about</font>
Rod length and/or stroke can affect compression, but Honda usually runs the pistons up to the top of the deck of the block, so the usual way to affect compression is piston design.

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