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    When your engine produces a loud noise, it’s a good indicator that you need to take action. And, every now and then, engines give us no notice at all before succumbing to their fate: nothing but crushed pistons and valves are left behind. Buy second-hand Honda engines from a national network of auto wreckers and engine importers that provide as much as a two-year guarantee on qualifying motors and transmissions! Inside our supplier’s stock, you will discover used Honda engines for a variety of vehicles, which includes gas and diesel units. If you want to discover the highest-quality second-hand motors and gearboxes, you might submit an enquiry from this page.

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    About The F Series Engines

    Serial production of the F20 family engines began in 1989, initially for the Accord and Ascot models. In these powertrains, engineers at Honda Motor Co., Ltd. decided to use an open aluminum BC with a height of 219.5 mm. All 16 valves on the F20A / B / B6 / C range are driven by either one (SOHC) or two (DOHC) camshafts. The main and main advantages of the F20 series power units are, perhaps, a good torque indicator and excellent acceleration dynamics for a two-shaft motor. As for single-shaft engines, we can say that at one time they had the only plus and were great for large and "heavy" cars. Power plants F20A / B / B6 / C are part of a large family of "F-motors" and have analogues among the units: F18, F22 and F23, only with different nominal volumes. Another related series of engines from the "H" family (H22 and H23), produced in parallel with the representatives of the F20 line, is also very close to them from a technical point of view. Almost all F20 engines were discontinued in 2001 when they were replaced by the K20A. Modification F20 - F20C, delayed on the assembly line of the Honda company until 2009. Since the power plants of the entire series are structurally similar, but differ in the degree of forcing, maximum power and some other characteristics, we will consider them separately. You may be interested in the F22 Engine