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    dear i wona change my civic 95 engine for more better speed and pick can anyone tell me about any honda 95 engine like type-r etc


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    meray khiyal say Type-R 1.8 engine is best choice for your car
    sTiLl No OnE cAn BeAt HoNdA

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    if ur swapping in civic 95 den ur choices arent limited and u can go with any honda straight4 engine dat pleases u:
    B16B:
    VTEC
    Found in:
    1997-2000 Civic Type R[EK9]
    Displacement: 1595 cm³
    Compression: 10.8:1
    Bore: 81mm
    Stroke: 77mm
    Rod/Stroke ratio: 1.84:1
    Power: 185 hp (137 kW) @ 8200 rpm & 118 ft·lbf (160 N·m) @ 7500 rpm
    Transmission: S4C With LSD

    B16A

    Note: All J.D.M. obd0 B16A engines are stamped 'B16A' (with no number after the "A" to identify version).

    VTEC
    Found in:
    1988-1993 JDM Honda Integra RSi/XSi (DA6/DA8)
    1989-1991 JDM Honda CRX SiR (EF8)
    1989-1991 JDM Honda Civic SiR/SiRII (EF9)
    Displacement: 1595 cm³
    Compression: 10.2:1
    Rod/stroke ratio: 1.74
    Power: 158 hp @ 7600 rpm & 111 ft·lbf @ 7000 rpm
    Transmission: S1/J1/Y1/A1/YS1

    1992-1995 JDM Honda Civic SiR/SiRII (EG6/EG9)
    Displacement: 1595 cm³
    Compression: 10.4:1
    Power: 170 hp @ 7800 rpm & 116 ft·lbf @ 7300 rpm
    Transmission: S4C

    1992-1995 EDM Honda Civic VTi
    Displacement: 1595 cm³
    Compression: 10.2:1
    Power: 158 hp @ 7600 rpm & 111 ft·lbf @ 7000 rpm

    1992-1996 JDM Honda CR-X del Sol SiR
    Displacement: 1595 cm³
    Compression: 10.4:1
    Power: 158 hp - 167 hp & 111 ft·lbf - 116 ft·lbf

    B18A
    Non-VTEC
    Found in:
    1986-1989 Accord Aerodeck LXR-S/LX-S (Japan)
    1986-1989 Accord EXL-S/EX-S (Japan)
    1986-1989 Vigor MXL-S (Japan)
    Displacement: 1834 cm³
    Compression: 9.4:1
    Bore: 81 mm
    Stroke: 89 mm
    Dual Keihin Carbs
    Power: 160 hp (97 kW) @ 6100 rpm & 128 ft·lbf (164 N·m) @ 4700 rpm
    Transmission: A2N5, E2N5

    B18C5
    VTEC
    Found in: USDM DC2 Acura Integra Type-R (Integra Type-R)
    1997-2001 Integra Type-R (**Note: This model was not produced for the 1999 production year)
    Displacement: 1797 cm³
    Compression: 10.6:1
    Bore: 81 mm (3.189")
    Stroke: 87.2 mm (3.433")
    Rod Length: 137.9 mm (5.429")
    Rod/Stroke Ratio: 1.58
    Power: 193ps/189hp (141 kW) @ 8200 rpm & 127 ft·lbf/172 Nm @ 7500rpm
    Transmission: S80 w/LSD

    H22A
    The H22A debuted in 1993 for use in the Honda Prelude VTEC as the H22A1. Versions of the H22A would be the Prelude's signature high-performance engine worldwide until the end of Prelude production in 2001. It was also used in the 1994–1997 Honda Accord SiR and 1998–2002 Honda Accord Euro-R in Japan and Accord Type-R in the UK and Europe(however different cams and a different intake manifold were used in the Euro R H22A). The H22A in the Prelude Type-S, CH6 Type-R and CL1 Euro-R came with the trademark red crinkle finish valve cover.

    Specifications
    Bore × Stroke: 87.0 × 90.70 mm
    Displacement: 2157 cc (132 cu. in.)
    Valve Configuration: DOHC, 16 valves, VTEC
    Type: In-line 4 cylinder, aluminum block and head
    Compression ratio: 10.0:1 (North America); 10.6–11.0:1 (Japan)
    Max power: 190PS/187hp (CD6 Accord); 200PS (BB1/4/6 Prelude SiR's); 220PS (Euro-R & Prelude Type-S) ;A7 220bhp DIN (Type-R)(142–164 kW)
    Max torque: 156–167 ft·lbf (207–217 Nm)
    Redline: 7600 rpm
    Rev Cut: 7800 rpm
    Engine Control System: Honda Systems PGM-FI with port fuel injection
    Valve Gear: Belt-driven dual overhead cams, 4 valves per cylinder, variable timing and lift

    K20A
    Bore is 86 mm & Stroke is 86 mm for all of the K20 engines.
    Found in:

    2007- Honda Civic Type-R (FD2)
    Displacement: 1998 cc
    Compression: 11.7:1
    Power: 222 bhp (225 PS, 165 kW) @ 8000 rpm
    Torque: 159 ft·lbf (215 N·m) @ 6100 rpm
    Redline: 8400 rpm

    2001-2005 Honda Civic Type-R (EP3)
    Displacement: 1998 cc
    Compression: 11.5:1
    Power: 212 bhp (215 PS, 158 kW) @ 8000 rpm
    Torque: 149 ft·lbf (202 N·m) @ 7000 rpm
    Redline: 8400 rpm

    2001-2006 Honda Integra Type-R (DC5)
    Displacement: 1998 cc
    Compression: 11.5:1
    Power: 217 bhp (220 PS, 162 kW) @ 8000 rpm
    Torque: 152 ft·lbf (206 N·m) @ 7000 rpm
    Redline: 8500 rpm

    2003-2006 Honda Accord Euro-R
    Displacement: 1998 cc
    Compression: 11.5:1
    Power: 217 bhp (220 PS, 162 kW) @ 8000 rpm
    Torque: 152 ft·lbf (206 N·m) @ 7000 rpm
    Redline: 8500 rpm

    K20A3
    Found in:

    2002-2005 Honda Civic Si
    Displacement: 1998 cc
    Compression: 9.8:1
    Power: 160 hp (119 kW)* (119 kW) @ 6500 rpm
    Torque: 139 @ 5000 rpm

    2002-2006 Acura RSX
    Displacement: 1998 cc
    Compression: 9.8:1
    Power: 155 hp (116 kW)* (115 kW) @ 6500 rpm
    Torque: 139 ft·lbf (188 N·m)* (191 N·m) @ 4000 rpm
    Redline: 6800 rpm

    F22C1
    In 2004, Honda produced a stroked (to 90.7 mm) version of the F20C, increasing displacement by 160 cc to (nominally) 2.2 L. Dubbed F22C1, it was originally designed for the North American market, and introduced for the 2004 model year. Rated torque increased from 153 ft·lbf (207 N·m) at 7500 rpm for the F20C to 162 ft·lbf (220 N·m) at 6200 rpm for the F22C. However, redline was reduced to 8000 rpm and power output is rated identical to the F20C. Despite the displacement increase, the car to which the F22C1 is mated retains the name of Honda S2000. In 2006, the engine fully replaced F20 engines in the Japanese market as well which strangely enough resulted in a drop in rated power output from 250ps(JIS) to 242ps(JIS) despite the greater displacement, taming rumors that Honda was interested in a dual-engine option, or that the torque/redline tradeoff was only intended for the North American market. The UK/European/Australian are currently the only markets in which the S2000 retains the 2.0 L F20C. Applications:
    2004-2007 Honda S2000 (North America)
    2006 Honda S2000 (Japan)

    hope it explains n some engines r available in shershah market for sale
    Petrol head.

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