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This is a list of engines built by the Honda company of Japan. They produce a range of engines used in there own brand cars and motorcycles and by other manufactures for the range of 'power products' engines for applications such as mowers and generators. Honda have also being involved in building one Aircraft engine model.

Some of the power products range of engines are also used in a number of Honda branded products such as Generators, mowers, outboard engines.

Car engines Edit

Inline 3-cylinder Edit

The Honda Insight hybrid contains a 1.0L 3-cylinder engine:

  • ECA1
    • ECA1 2001-2008 Insight

Inline 4-cylinder Edit

The number in the engine code gives the approximate displacement of the engine. e.g. B18A would have an approximate displacement of 1.8L, H22A1 would have an approximate displacement of 2.2L.

Some engines below were available in more than one market.

(Europe)

VTEC

Inline 5-cylinder Edit

V6 Edit

Motorcycle, ATV and watercraft Edit

This section may be better suited to a table format

1-cylinder Edit

  • Honda CRF 50
    • Engine Type 49cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 39.0mm x 41.4mm
    • Compression Ratio 10.0:1
    • Valve Train SOHC; two-valve
    • Carburetion 13.0mm piston-valve
    • Ignition CD
    • Hp:2.35
  • Honda CRF 70
    • Engine Type 72cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 47.0mm x 41.4mm
    • Compression Ratio 9.0:1
    • Valve Train SOHC; two-valve
    • Carburetion 13.0mm piston-valve
    • Ignition CD
    • Hp: 3.45
  • Honda CRF 80
    • Engine Type 80cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 47.5mm x 45.0mm
    • Compression Ratio 9.7:1
    • Valve Train SOHC; two-valve
    • Carburetion 20.0mm piston-valve
    • Ignition CD
    • Hp:8.5
  • Honda CRF100
    • Engine Type 99cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 53.0mm x 45.0mm
    • Compression Ratio 9.4:1
    • Valve Train SOHC; two-valve
    • Carburetion 22.0mm piston-valve
    • Ignition CD
  • Honda CRF150
    • Engine Type 149.0cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 57.3mm x 57.8mm
    • Compression Ratio 9.5:1
    • Valve Train SOHC; two-valve
    • Carburetion 24mm piston-valve
    • Ignition CDI
  • Honda CRF230
    • Engine Type 223cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 65.5mm x 66.2mm
    • Compression Ratio 9.0:1
    • Valve Train SOHC; two-valve
    • Carburetion 26mm piston-valve
    • Ignition CDI
  • Honda CRF250X
    • Engine Type 249cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 78.0mm x 52.2mm
    • Compression Ratio 12.5:1
    • Valve Train Unicam; four-valve
    • Carburetion Keihin 37.0mm flat-slide with throttle position sensor (TPS)
    • Ignition CD with electronic advance and lighting coil
    • Starter Electric & kick

2-cylinder Edit

  • Honda CX500z/A/B
    • CX500 z Engine Type 496/497cc liquid-cooled two-cylinder "Flying V-Twin" four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 78.0mm x 52.0mm
    • Compression Ratio 10.0:1
    • Valve Train OHV Cam-in-block; four-valve per cylinder
    • Carburetion Twin Keihin 40.0mm butterfly with manual choke
    • Ignition: 2 coils (on a multi winding) stator, split low speed & high speed at 5550 rrpm with advance and retard.
    • Separate 3 phase regulated/rectified stand alone charging system (2 banks of 7 coils mounted on stator) - machine will continue to run if battery is removed!
    • Capacitive Discharge Ignition (CDI) - wasted spark.
    • Starter Electric only.


  • Honda CX500 Eurosport/GL500 Silverwing
    • Same as above but with an intergrated transistorised ignition and charging system.
    • Re-profiled cam shaft for a more 'sporty' ride.
    • All coil windings on the stator are used for charging, the engine draws power from this single system for ignition as well.
    • Machine will not run if the battery is removed......

4-cylinder Edit

  • Honda VFR800(A) (RC46) (2002-2009)
    • Engine Type 781cc liquid-cooled four-stroke 90-degree DOHC V4
    • Bore and Stroke 72 mm x 48 mm
    • Compression Ratio 11.6:1
    • Valve Train VTEC chain-driven DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
    • Fuel Delivery PGM-FI fuel injection
    • Starter Electric only

6-cylinder Edit

The Honda CBX motorcycle (1978-1982) contains a 1047cc inline-6 cylinder engine. The engine used a DOHC 24-valve cam-over-bucket valvetrain to support high RPMs.

Power equipment Edit

Honda's 1 and 2-cylinder 4-stroke GX, GC, and GS engines provide from 1 to 24 horsepower and are commonly used in trimmers, lawn mowers, generators and other power equipment.

1-cylinder Edit

  • GX series (OHV)
    • Horizontal shaft
      • GXH50
      • GX100
      • GX120
      • GX160
      • GX200
      • GX240
      • GX270
      • GX340
      • GX390
    • Vertical shaft
      • GXV50
      • GXV160
      • GXV340
      • GXV390
    • iGX series
      • iGX440
  • GC/GS series (OHC)
    • Horizontal shaft
      • GC160
      • GC190
      • GS190
    • Vertical shaft
      • GCV160
      • GCV190
      • GSV190
  • Mini 4-stroke series
    • GX25
    • GX35

2-cylinder Edit

  • GX series (OHV V-Twin)
    • Horizontal shaft
      • GX610
      • GX620
      • GX630
      • GX660
      • GX670
      • GX690
    • Vertical shaft
      • GXV530
      • GXV610
      • GXV620
      • GXV630
      • GXV660
      • GXV670
      • GXV690

Aircraft Edit


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