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    Default DOHC Vs SOHC i.e Altis engine Vs Civic engine

    Guys,
    I was reading the following article on the net on DOHC Vs SOHC.

    "Advantages to having a DOHC engine over a SOHC is that the engine has twice as many intake and exhaust valves as a SOHC motor. This makes the engine run cooler and more smoothly, quietly, and efficiently."


    Has any one really noted the difference ?? of Altis engine run cooler and more smoothly, quietly, and efficiently because of DOHC ??


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    Quote Originally Posted by accord7362 View Post
    Dont kn much about DOHC or SOHC , but I did give a SHOCK to 1.8Altis(auto) 2008-09(old shape) with my L15A, Vtec steermatic

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/mem...-accord7362-24

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    the thread is about efficency, quietness and smooth.

    from my judgement, given the real value of both cars compared to luxury cars, they are pretty quite, adding more damping material is lot of work to make them quiter depends on how quite you want them to be.

    i rather live with some noise.

    abt efficeny and smooth, both engines are running on different systems which makes it complicated to valuate on cars used by general public, people have tons to things to do in a day than worrying abt car was smooth.
    ,,, unless you know the track, you're not good enough to sit behind the wheel." K T

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