Found in the Japanese 4th gen 1992-1996 Prelude Si VTEC (2WS BB4 & 4WS BB1). It produces 200 PS (147 kW; 197 hp) @ 6,800 rpm & 161.5 ft⋅lbf (219 N⋅m) @ 5,500 rpm and comes with a black valve cover.
The Honda H22A engine is one of Honda’s large high-performance engines that were produced from the 90s to the early 2000s. It shares a lot of design features with the Honda F engine, and it was also used as a racing engine for quite a bit. For example, the F20B, even though a part of the F family, is basically a destroked H22A engine, developed for the 2-liter class of international racing. It was sometimes converted into an F3 engine to be used in JTCC and BTCC.
The H22A has a DOHC VTEC variant that was only sold in Japan. If you’re looking for an H22A engine for sale, it comes in the 1992-1996 and the 1997-2001 Honda Prelude, the 1994-1997 Honda Accord SiR Sedan and SiR Wagon, as well as the 1999-2001 Honda Accord Euro-R. It produces either 187, 197 or 217 horsepower, depending on the specific variant, and comes with either a black or red valve cover. If you’re looking for a H22A engine for sale, make sure you get the output you want.