What engine does a 93 Civic EX have?
1.6 L 4-cylinder1993 Honda Civic EX / Engine
Is a 1993 Honda Civic EX VTEC?
On the USDM EX/CDM EX-V, Honda added the VTEC engine, a power sunroof, body coloured mirrors (beginning 1993), rear sway bar, ABS, upgraded stereo, and deluxe wheelcovers.
What Motor came in a 1993 Honda Civic?
Used 1993 Honda Civic Specs & Features
|Base engine size||1.5 L|
|Base engine type||Gas|
|Horsepower||102 hp @ 5,900 rpm|
What engine does a EG6 have?
It is equipped with an B16A engine. It is a naturally aspirated engine with a displacement of 1595cc. The EG6 could produce 185hp.
What EK Civic had VTEC?
What Civic Engines Have Vtec? The EX, EX-L, HX (6th generation), Si, Si-R, VTi VTiR, and Civic Type R (CTR) are all VTEC models.
What kind of engine does a D15Z4 have?
D15Z4 was a version with a new non-VTEC 16 valve SOHC head, modified pistons, sequential fuel injection system and a new ECU. The power was 105 HP @ 5,800 rpm, and the torque was 140 Nm @ 4,200 rpm.
What kind of engine does a D15B1 have?
D15B1 was a version with a dual point injection system and a 16-valve SOHC head. The compression ratio was 9.2, the power was 71 HP @ 5,500 rpm, and the torque was 112 Nm @ 3,000 rpm.
What is the difference between a D14Z1 and a D14Z2 engine?
The D14Z1 and D14Z2 engines are identical, the difference is only one small gasket under the throttle body in D14Z1 which restricts the air intake of the engine, this happen in some European countries.
What is the difference between D15B8 and D15Z1?
D15B8 was an analog to the D15B6 for Civic CX. The power was 71 HP @ 4,500 rpm, and the torque was 113 Nm @ 2,800 rpm. 14. D15Z1 was an analog to JDM D15B VTEC, but with an improved head; it uses the VTEC-E system, 27.75 mm high pistons, and a new ECU.