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Old 05 Jul 2011, 12:16 pm
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Default difference is the difference between this two honda engines?

what is the difference between honda accord 1993 engine f20z2 2.0i 16 valve and honda accord ( i cant tell which) engine f20z1 2.0i 16 valve. which is released first?????????????

which one is better????????
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Old 05 Jul 2011, 12:31 pm
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F20z1 has a slightly higher compression ration 9.5 to 1. Thus giving it 15 more horse power for a total of 130hp. They came out at the same time and are the same block. They are interchangeable. mount wise.
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