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    FAQ Is a K24Z3 a good engine? K20 heads (or K24A2 heads) must be swapped on to make far more power than a K24Z3 engine, which arrives with its own set of complications. With that being said, if you're interested in having more power, a K24A motor setup could be well worth the extra money. How much Horse Power does a K24Z3 have? 190-201 horse power at 7,000 rpm Does K24Z3 have VTEC? K24A4 has VTEC. K20Z3 does not have VTEC. However K20Z3 is almost identical of K24A4, the difference only on the displacement, valve events and of course the compression ratio (12:1 vs 11.5:1). This question makes sense because both of them are from K series, and people assume both of them have VTEC because they are from the same family. What makes VTEC special? VTEC (Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control) is a system developed by Honda that allows for more power and efficiency by controlling when and how much the valves open in their engines. The word "VTEC" only refers to the cam switching part of the system. The cam switching is controlled by oil pressure and changes depending on engine load and rpm (engine speed). 1) How does VTEC work? Honda's K series engines has two types of cams: the intake and exhaust. During normal driving conditions, these cams are synchronized so that the valves open and close at the same time. If this is not happening, it means that something is wrong with your car. An example of when these cams are NOT synchronized is when you fully press on the accelerator pedal, causing an increase in engine load. The camshafts will then be switched to high-lift mode so that more air can flow into and out of the cylinders (cam phasing). These kinds of switches happen at 4500 rpm (redline) on a K20Z3; while it happens much earlier (~3000 rpm) on other models such as Integra Type R or Accord Euro R . 2) How does VTEC improve performance? VTEC allows for both: higher torque and more horsepower. This is because the valves can open wider (allowing for a bigger and smoother flow of air into and out of the engine), reducing pumping losses; as well as allowing for higher compression ratio (more fuel efficient) or even turbo/supercharging (higher horsepower). You may be interested in the K24Z7 Engine