List of Honda engines

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This is a list of internal combustion engines models manufactured by Honda Motor Company of Japan.

Automotive[edit]

Inline 3-cylinder[edit]

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

  • ECA1

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.

VTEC

Diesel

Inline 5-cylinder[edit]

V6[edit]

V8[edit]

Motorcycle, ATV and watercraft[edit]

1-cylinder[edit]

  • Honda CRF 50
    • Engine Type 49cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 39.0 mm x 41.4 mm
    • Compression Ratio 10.0:1
    • Valve Train SOHC; two-valve
    • Carburetion 13.0 mm piston-valve
    • Ignition CD
    • Hp:2.35
  • Honda CRF 70
    • Engine Type 80cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 47.0 mm x 41.4 mm
    • Compression Ratio 9.0:1
    • Valve Train SOHC; two-valve
    • Carburetion 13.0 mm piston-valve
    • Ignition CD
    • Hp: 3.45
  • Honda CD 70 (same as dream)
    • Engine type 72cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and stroke 47.0 mm x 41.4 mm
    • Compression Ratio 8.8:1
    • Valve Train SOHC; two-valve
    • Ignition CD
    • Hp: 6.74
  • Honda CRF 80
    • Engine Type 80cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 47.5 mm x 45.0 mm
    • Compression Ratio 9.7:1
    • Valve Train SOHC; two-valve
    • Carburetion 20.0 mm piston-valve
    • Ignition CD
    • Hp:8.5
  • Honda CRF100
    • Engine Type 99cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 53.0 mm x 45.0 mm
    • Compression Ratio 9.4:1
    • Valve Train SOHC; two-valve
    • Carburetion 22.0 mm piston-valve
    • Ignition CD
  • Honda CD100 (same as Pridor)
    • Engine Type 97cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 5.0 mm x 4.50 mm
    • Compression Ratio 8.4:1
    • Valve Train SOHC; two-valve
    • Ignition CD
  • Honda CG 125 (Atlas apni poorani technology)
    • Engine Type 124cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 56.50 mm x 49.50 mm
    • Compression Ratio 9:1
    • Valve Train SOHV; two-valve
    • Ignition CD
    • H.P. 11
  • Honda CRF150
    • Engine Type 149.0cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 57.3 mm x 57.8 mm
    • Compression Ratio 9.5:1
    • Valve Train SOHC; two-valve
    • Carburetion 24 mm piston-valve
    • Ignition CDI
  • Honda CRF230
    • Engine Type 223cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 65.5 mm x 66.2 mm
    • Compression Ratio 9.0:1
    • Valve Train SOHC; two-valve
    • Carburetion 26 mm piston-valve
    • Ignition CDI
  • Honda CRF250X
    • Engine Type 249cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 78.0 mm x 52.2 mm
    • Compression Ratio 12.5:1
    • Valve Train Unicam; four-valve
    • Carburetion Keihin 37.0 mm flat-slide with throttle position sensor (TPS)
    • Ignition CD with electronic advance and lighting coil
    • Starter Electric & kick

2-cylinder[edit]

  • Honda CX500
    • Engine Type 498cc liquid-cooled two-cylinder "Flying V-Twin" four-stroke
    • Bore and Stroke 78.0 mm x 52.0 mm
    • Compression Ratio 10.0:1
    • Valve Train OHV Cam-in-block; four-valve-per-cylinder
    • Carburetion Twin Keihin 40.0 mm butterfly with manual choke
    • Ignition Triple-wound stator, low speed, high speed, and charging, transistor ignition
    • Starter Electric only

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]

General-purpose engines[edit]

Current Honda general-purpose engines are air-cooled 4-stroke gasoline engines but 2-stroke, Diesel, water-cooled engines were also manufactured in the past. The current engine range provide from 1 to 22 hp (0.7 to 16.5 kW).

More than 5 million general-purpose engines were manufactured by Honda in 2009.
Approximately 70% of the general-purpose engines manufactured by Honda are supplied as OEM engines to other manufacturers of power products.

Current range (US & Europe)

1-cylinder

  • GX series
    • Mini 4-stroke vertical and horizontal shaft
      • GX25 (OHV) (2002 - ) (25cc)
      • GX35(OHV) (2005 - ) (35cc)
    • Horizontal shaft
      • GXH50 (OHV) (1999 - ) (49cc)
      • GX100 (OHC) (2002 - ) (98cc)
      • GX120 (OHV) (1991 - ) (118cc)
      • GX160 (OHV) (1991 - ) (163cc)
      • GX200 (OHV) (1995 - ) (196cc)
      • GX240 (OHV) (1986 - ) (242cc)
      • GX270 (OHV) (1991 - ) (270cc)
      • GX340 (OHV) (1986 - ) (337cc)
      • GX390 (OHV) (1991 - ) (389cc)
    • Vertical shaft
      • GXV50 (OHV) (1999 - ) (49cc)
      • GXV57 (OHV) (? - ) (57cc)
      • GXV160 (OHV) (1987 - ) (163cc)
      • GXV340 (OHV) (1986 - ) (337cc)
      • GXV390 (OHV) (1990 - ) (389cc)
  • iGX series
    • Horizontal shaft
      • iGX240 (OHV) (2010 - )
      • iGX270 (OHV) (2010 - )
      • iGX340 (OHV) (2010 - )
      • iGX390 (OHV) (2010 - )
      • iGX440 (OHC) (2005 - ) (438cc)
  • GC/GS series (OHC)
    • Horizontal shaft
      • GC135 (1997 - ) (135cc)
      • GC160 (1997 - ) (160cc)
      • GC190 (1997 - ) (187cc)
      • GS160 (2004 - ) (160cc)
      • GS190 (2004 - ) (187cc)
    • Vertical shaft
      • GCV135 (1997 - ) (135cc)
      • GCV160 (1997 - ) (160cc)
      • GCV190 (2004 - ) (187cc)
      • GSV190 (2004 - ) (187cc)
  • Mini 4-stroke series (OHC)
    • GX25 (2003 - ) (25cc)
    • GX35 (2003 - ) (35,8cc)

2-cylinder (V-Twin)

  • GX series
    • Horizontal shaft
      • GX610 (OHV) (1994 - ) (614cc)
      • GX620 (OHV) (1993 - ) (614cc)
      • GX630 (OHV) (2009 - ) (688cc)
      • GX660 (OHV) (2009 - ) (688cc)
      • GX670 (OHV) (2001 - ) (670cc)
      • GX690 (OHV) (2009 - ) (688cc)
    • Vertical shaft
      • GXV530 (OHC) (2003 - ) (530cc)
      • GXV610 (OHV) (1995 -) (614cc)
      • GXV620 (OHV) (1995 -) (614cc)
      • GXV630 (OHV) (2009 - ) (688cc)
      • GXV660 (OHV) (2009 - ) (688cc)
      • GXV670 (OHV) (2001 - ) (670cc)
      • GXV690 (OHV) (2009 - ) (688cc)
  • GC series (OHC)
    • Vertical shaft
      • GCV520 (2003 - ) (530cc)
      • GCV530 (2003 - ) (530cc)
  • HD series (diesel)
      • HD6500 (G390) ( 2004 - )
      • HD7500 (G395) ( 2004_ )

Past models

  • Early models (all 1-cylinder, air-cooled)
    • type-H (1953 - ?) (2-st., 50cc)
    • type-T (1954 - ?) (4-st., side-valve, 130cc)
    • type-VN (1956 - ?) (4-st., side-valve, 172cc)
    • T10 (1962 - ?) (4-st., side-valve, 19.7cc) (training purpose only, not marketed)
    • G20 (1963- ?) (4-st., side-valve, 132cc)
    • G25 (1966–1969) (4-st., OHC, 59cc)
    • G40 (? - 1969) (4-st., side-valve, 170cc)
    • G45 (? - 1968)
    • G65 (? - 1979) (4-st., side-valve, 240cc)
    • G28 (1969–1977) (4-st., OHC, 67cc)
    • G50 (1970–1978) (4-st., side-valve, 187cc)
    • GT50 (? - ?) (4-st., side-valve, 187cc) (kerosene type)
    • G41 (1970) (4-st., side-valve, 171cc)
    • G42 (1972–1979) (4-st., side-valve, 170cc)
    • GS65 (1976–1977)
    • G35 (1976–1980) (4-st., side-valve, 144cc)
    • GV35 (1976–1979)
    • G80 (1979) (4-st., side-valve, 296cc)
  • G series (1-cylinder, air-cooled, side-valve)
    • Horizontal shaft
      • G100 (1981–2002) (97cc)
      • G150 (1978–2003) (144cc)
      • G200 (1978–2003) (197cc)
      • G300 (1978 - ?) (272cc)
      • G400 (1978 - ?) (406cc)
    • Vertical shaft
      • GV100 (1990–2003) (76cc on K0 version, then 97cc on K1 and K2))
      • GV150 (1979–1991) (144cc)
      • GV200 (1979–1991) (197cc)
      • GV400 (1979–1986) (406cc)
  • GX series (1-cylinder, OHV)
    • Horizontal shaft
      • GX110 (1983 - ?) (107cc)
      • GX140 (1983 - ?) (144cc)
    • Vertical shaft
      • GXV110 (? - ?) (110cc)
      • GXV120 (1984 - ?) (118cc)
      • GXV140 (1991–2001) (135,1cc)
      • GXV270 (1986–2003) (270cc)
  • Mini 4-stroke series (OHV)
    • GX22 (1997–2004) (22,2cc)
    • GX31 (1997–2005) (31cc)
  • GX series (2-cylinder in line, water-cooled, OHC)
    • Horizontal shaft
  • GX360 (1989 - ) (359cc)
  • GX640 (1994 - ?) (635cc)
  • GD series (Diesel)
    • Horizontal shaft
  • GD320 (1990–1995) (1-cylinder, air-cooled, OHV) (317cc)
  • GD321 (1994–2002) (1-cylinder, air-cooled, OHV) (317cc)
  • GD410 (1989–1995) (1-cylinder, air-cooled, OHV) (411cc)
  • GD411 (1994–2005) (1-cylinder, air-cooled, OHV) (411cc)
  • GD1100 (1990 - ?) (3-cylinder in line, water-cooled, OHC) (1061cc)
  • GD1250 (1990 - ?) (3-cylinder in line, water-cooled, OHC) (1061cc)

Marine engines (current range)[edit]

  • 1-cylinder (OHV)
    • BF2.3, BF5
  • 2-cylinder (OHC)
    • BF8, BF10, BF15, BF20
  • 3-cylinder (OHC)
    • BF25, BF30 (552cc, 6-valve)
    • BF40, BF50 (808cc, 6-valve)
    • BF60 (998cc, 12-valve)
  • 4-cylinder (in-line, 1496cc, SOHC, based on L15 automotive engine))
  • 4-cylinder (in-line, 2354cc, DOHC, based on K24 automotive engine)
    • BF115 (new), BF135, BF150 (VTEC)
  • 6-cylinder (V6, 3471cc, SOHC, based on J35 automotive engine)
    • BF175, BF200, BF225 (VTEC)

Aircraft[edit]

References[edit]

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