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Old 21 Jul 2008, 01:01 am
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Default Which Honda engine is this?

Which Honda engine is this?http://images.nonsenceboi.multiply.c...nmid=106156692
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Old 21 Jul 2008, 01:16 am
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It looks like the H22-A or H23.
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Old 21 Jul 2008, 01:31 am
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h22 lol not even close. it looks like a d16 or d15 sohc. found in the older civics,del sols.
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Old 21 Jul 2008, 01:46 am
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this is a 16 valve honda engine mostly found in late 80's honda to 95its a d15b engine SOHC found in around 100hp
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Old 21 Jul 2008, 02:01 am
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It's a D15B7 from a '92-'95 DX or LX. And I'll tell you exactly why it's that specific engine. Check out the connectors for the distributor. There are 2 plugs for it, meaning it's and OBD1 distributor. It is however possible that they put the B7 onto a Y7 engine, in order to keep it OBD1 for the specific car it's in. The valve cover says that it's a 16-valve engine, so that rules out the D15B8 ('92-'95 CX); which shares the same distributor with the B7. There is also no VTEC solenoid or pressure switch, so it's definitely not a VTEC engine. Looking at the spark plug wires, they are in the back, further signifying that it is a non-vtec engine. The '96-'00 D16Y8 also has the spark plugs in the back like that, but it being a VTEC engine has already been ruled out. So that leaves the D15B7 and the D16Y7 as possibilities. But look at the intake manifold. The Y7 manifold has the throttle body positioned at the TOP of the manifold, instead of coming off the passenger's side. Someone could have put a B7 intake manifold on a Y7, but not as likely as it just being a B7.
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Looks like a F22a sohc non-vtec found in 4th gen preludes and 4th gen accords.Looks exactly like a F22a powered Prelude. series engines don't have external ignition coils, in both pictures you can see the external coil next to the distributor.
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