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  • Honda F engine

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    The Honda F-Series engine was considered Honda's "big block" SOHC inline four, though lower production DOHC versions of the F-series were built. It features a solid iron or aluminum open deck cast iron sleeved block and aluminum/magnesium cylinder head.

  • Honda J engine

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    The J-series is Honda's fourth production V6 engine family introduced in 1996, after the C-series, which consisted of three dissimilar versions. The J-series engine was designed in the United States by Honda engineers. It is built at Honda's Anna, Ohio and Lincoln, Alabama engine plants. It is a 60° V6 – Honda's existing C-series were 90° engines. The J-series was designed for transverse mounting. It has a shorter bore spacing (), shorter connecting rods and a special smaller crankshaft than the C-series to reduce its size. All J-series engines are gasoline-powered SOHC 4-valve designs with VTEC variable valve timing. One unique feature of some J-family engine models is Honda's Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) system. The system uses VCM to turn off one bank of cylinders under light loads, turning the V6 into a straight-3. Some versions were able to turn off one bank of cylinders or one cylinder on opposing banks, allowing for three-cylinder use under light loads and four-cylinder use under medium loads.

  • Honda Accord (sixth generation)

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    The sixth generation Honda Accord was available as a four door sedan or a two door coupe and was produced by Honda from 1998 to 2002.

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