Engine J35A

In 1999, based on the J32 engine, Honda minders developed a new 3.5-liter J35A engine. It was based on a 235mm high V-block with six cylinders. The block had a forged crankshaft with a piston stroke of 93 mm and its compression height of 30 mm. The cylinder diameter was 89 mm. In addition, lightweight connecting rods with a length of 158.5 mm were present in the design. Also, in the design of the J35A engine, one can note the presence of only one camshaft (SOHC) in the cylinder head with 4 valves per cylinder and a system for changing valve timing and VTEC valve lift.
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Engine 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.
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Engine F22B / F22C

Engines Honda F22B (F22C) – 4-cylinder gasoline engines with 16 valves. Like all units of the F series, these internal combustion engines turned out to be worthy “workhorses” of the brand for a car with solid dimensions. The F22B has a working volume of 2156 cubic centimeters. Power type – injection. The gas distribution system is carried out according to the SOHC scheme – and, in the case of this unit, without the VTEC innovation from Honda. This configuration has a single camshaft located at the top of the cylinder head.
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