Users' questions

What car does a F23A come in?

What car does a F23A come in?


Which VTEC engine is best?

Pure Japanese Muscle: Five Best Honda VTEC Engines of All Time

  • REV system (1983 Honda CBR400)
  • DOHC VTEC (1989 Honda CRX)
  • i-VTEC and the K Series engine (2002-2005 Honda Civic Si)
  • i-VTEC With Variable Cylinder Management (2005 Honda Odyssey)
  • VTEC TURBO (2017 – Present Honda Civic Type R)

Is the Honda VTEC engine reliable?

Honda claims that there has never been a warranty claim against their VTEC systems – as in, the solenoids and variable valve/timing system is quite reliable. This isn’t at all to say that these engines don’t fail – of course they do – however they have a very good track record for reliability if maintained correctly.

When did the Honda F23 VTEC come out?

Honda installed the F23 VTEC into two of its cars: the Honda Accord and the Acura 2.3 CL. Prospective buyers could choose to upgrade to the F23 VTEC during the 1998-2002 Accord model years. During the 1998 and 1999 model years of the Acura 2.3 CL, Honda offered the F23 VTEC as a premium upgrade.

What kind of engine does a Honda F23 have?

Identification Honda’s F23 consisted of an iron-aluminum alloy block and aluminum alloy heads. Honda built the F23 as an inline four-cylinder, which aligns all of the cylinders in a single row in the engine block. Honda installed the F23 VTEC into two of its cars: the Honda Accord and the Acura 2.3 CL.

When did Honda start making the VTEC engine?

Japan-based Honda Motors first introduced its VTEC, or Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control engines in 1989. Honda began manufacturing the F-Series engine as a larger displacement power plant for its Accord and Acura line.

How big is the injector on a Honda F23A?

The stock F23A injectors size is 240 cc/min. The firing order on this engine is 1-3-4-2. This engine is one of the representatives of the Honda F-series, which included engines like F18, F20, F20C, F22 and F22C.