What engine is in the CRX?

What engine is in the CRX?

In North America, the CRX was marketed in two versions: economy and sport. The economy model used a new aluminum 1.3-liter CVCC engine. The sport model featured an aluminum 1.5-liter four-cylinder with three valves per cylinder and available with a 5-speed manual or 3-speed automatic.

Who makes CRX small engines?

The CRX Engine Line was born out of a combined 200+ years of industry leading engineering experience and innovation from FNA Group, Inc. They are a Single-Source, vertically integrated company that understands the importance of power, performance, reliability, and continuously meet the needs of professionals Worldwide.

What engine does a 1990 CRX have?

Used 1990 Honda Civic CRX Specs & Features

Base engine size 1.6 L
Cylinders Inline 4
Base engine type Gas
Horsepower 108 hp @ 6,000 rpm

What engine does a 94 del Sol have?

1.5 L 4-cylinder
1.6 L 4-cylinder
1994 Honda Del Sol/Engine

What engine does a 1989 CRX have?

Engine manufacturer: Honda D15-series
Horsepower net: 68.5 kW / 93 PS / 92 hp (SAE net)
/ 6000
Torque net: 121 Nm / 89 ft-lb
/ 4500

What engine is in a 1991 Honda CRX?

The Specs

Engine 1.6L SOHC I-4/105 hp @ 6,000 rpm, 98 lb-ft @ 5,000 rpm
Transmission 5-speed manual
Drive Front wheel
Front Suspension Control arms, coil springs
Rear Suspension Control arms, coil springs

Is Kohler engine better than Honda?

Honda won the race between Honda and Kohler engine pressure washers because the Honda engine pressure washer outperformed Kohler by five times. Because the Honda engine pressure washer has a higher fuel efficiency, I recommend purchasing a pressure washer with a Honda engine.

Which Del Sol came with B16?

The first time the B16-series set foot on American soil was in the B16A3-powered 1994–1995 Honda del Sol.

What motor is in a 93 Honda del Sol?

1993 Honda Del Sol/Engine

What is the history of the Honda CR-X?

The Honda CR-X, originally launched as the Honda Ballade Sports CR-X in Japan, is a front-wheel-drive sport compact car manufactured by Honda between 1983 and 1991. It was replaced by the Honda CR-X del Sol for the 1992 model year.

What kind of engine does a Honda CRX have?

Japanese buyers took advantage of the largest, 1.5 L, engine while still paying the same amount of annual road tax . Project Synchronicity Honda CRX was a collaboration between American Honda and Racing Beat to install a second 1.5 liter engine with automatic transmission into the hatchback cargo area.

What is a Honda CR-X del Sol?

The CR-X del Sol was also badged as the Civic del Sol and later the del Sol in some markets, and known as simply the CR-X in others. It is because of this that the del Sol is generally considered the “third generation CR-X” among enthusiasts, although it was a different car and Honda had seemingly quite different design goals when they built it.

When did the Honda CRX convert into a Spyder?

The R. Straman Company of Costa Mesa, CA converted 310 Honda CRX’s into convertibles from 1984 to 1987. The Straman-built CRX Spyder was the cover car on the July, 1984 issue of Road & Track Magazine. The CRX design was inspired by the Alfa Romeo GT Junior Zagato which the Honda CRX designer owned.