Engine Honda F23A

F23A engines are 4-cylinder in-line gasoline engines. They were intended for widespread use – in Japan, China, Europe and North America. Like other engines on Honda’s F-Series, they power Honda vehicles used for family travel or just for easy transportation. The gas distribution system is carried out according to the SOHC VTEC scheme. At the top of the cylinder head is one camshaft for intake and outlet valves. Continue reading Engine Honda F23A

Engine Subaru EJ20

Mass production of the EJ series engines began back in 1989. The first car to receive the 2.0L EJ20 powerplant was the Subaru Legacy. This engine replaced the outdated EA82 engine with a volume of 1.8 liters. The base of the EJ20 was a 201 mm high boxer block made of aluminum alloy with four cylinders with a diameter of 92.0 mm, cased with a material of cast iron. Crankshaft with 75.0 mm stroke. Continue reading Engine Subaru EJ20