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Honda H-series Engines


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The most famous Honda VTEC fours can be found in Civics, Integras and S2000s. But what about the Prelude and its similarly sized cousins found in the Japanese market? These vehicles can be bought with H-series 2.2 or 2.3-litre VTEC engines (the biggest VTEC fours ever made) and they’re s-o underrated it’s not funny.

The first application for the H-series four-cylinder was in the nose of the Japanese market Honda Prelude Si VTEC of late 1991.

Using a 87mm bore and 90.7mm stroke, the BB1/BB4 Prelude’s H22A engine displaces a total of 2156cc. The engine is equipped with a DOHC, four-valve-per-cylinder head with PGM-FI multi-point injection system and a distributor ignition system. But more important is the VTEC variable valve timing and lift system that lets the engine produce great top-end power – try 147kW at 6800 rpm and 219Nm at 5500 rpm. The compression ratio of the VTEC H22A is set to 10.6:1 which requires the use of premium unleaded fuel.

The H-series engine is designed for transverse mounting and, in the Prelude, is available with either a five-speed manual gearbox or a four-speed auto. Drive is to the front wheels.

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