If you have a Honda, you may want to figure out how to build Honda horsepower. There are a few simple steps you can follow to build Honda horsepower.
- First, you need to make the engine breathe better. You can put a new cold air induction kit. It brings a larger amount of cold air into the engine thus making more power for your Honda. You can also change the exhaust to help take more air out of the engine. You can replace the exhaust manifold with a high flow header, high flow catalytic converter, and a high flow cat-back exhaust system to help take the hot air out of the engine.
- You can also change the ignition system. This will burn fuel faster and more efficiently. Change the spark plugs, wires, ignition box, distributer, and coils to do so. MSD is the most popular ignition box because they give three sparks to burn fuel instead of the one spark most companies make.
- You can lower the amount of weight the engine needs to rotate. You can add a lightweight crank pulley and lightweight flywheel. Then convert the oil pump and water pump to electric to lower the resistance the engine has which increases horsepower.
- You can swap the engines to build Honda horsepower. Honda has many different engines that you can swap in to have a better foundation for making power. You have the 1.5 and 1.6 liter single can nonvtec and vtec also known as the D series. And the 1.6, 1.8, 2.0 liter known as the B series, a 2.0, and 2.2 liter known as the H series, the 2.0, and 2.4 liter knows as the K series, and finally the 2.0 and 2.2 liter known as the F series . There are several choices to pick from so it’s all up to you.
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