Got Honda Engines? We do...


Honda remains a fierce competitor in the automotive industry in the U.S. From its American point of entry in the 1960s, Honda Motor Company has produced effective vehicles that showcase technological advancements. The global market for car, truck and SUV sales has strengthened the preowned automotive parts market. It is this popularity that will keep automakers producing quality components that are recognized for decades to come. This auto industry website is setup to market used Honda motors for sale at a fair price for the public. 

The GotEngines.com company first built this website in 2007 to connect with purchasers of automotive motors over the Internet. Since that period of time, thousands of people daily choose this source to learn about the history of auto motors and how to purchase different blocks for a direct vehicle replacement.

Specs for Honda Engines

Inventory is produced for hybrid, gasoline and diesel enabled vehicles each year in Japan and inside of the U.S. Sizes are clearly defined by companies like Honda and other JDM manufacturers. The classified inventory in the automobile division is based around five types of designs.

  1. Three-Cylinder
  2. Four-Cylinder
  3. Five-Cylinder
  4. Six-Cylinder
  5. Eight Cylinder

The smaller motor blocks that were produced in the early 1970s for the Accord were either three or four-cylinder builds. A resurgance in popularity for the smaller displacement has helped create interest in hybrid cars. Many of the subcompact autos built after 1999 feature the original three-cylinder displacements. This trend is continuing for most three and five-door hatchback designs on the market. 

Types of Blocks for Honda Engine Swaps

Both European produced and domstic manufactured motors are numbered with a unique system. This system is not based on size although easily classifies the different blocks. Engine codes are used by Honda to determine the unit that will be placed into a newly built motor vehicle. The past and present codes used for all cylinder motors include the following:

  • A
  • B
  • K
  • C
  • J
  • D
  • L
  • E
  • N
  • F
  • LM
  • G
  • R

All of these blocks can be purchased using this website as a price and ordering resource. Each of the designs correspond to three types of brands that are built by Honda for its global vehicle fleet. These are broken down into the following list:

  1. VTEC
  2. Non-VTEC
  3. Diesel

Displacements for Honda Vehicles

Someone who is seeking information about replacing a foreign built vehicle motor can struggle if a VIN number is unknown. A simple way to identify the type of motor needed was created in the early 1980s. There are distinct codes now used apart from the letters on the motor blocks to determine the displacement. Once the year of a vehicle is known, the displacements will always correspond to one of the numbers on the motor block. 

  • 1.0
  • 1.2
  • 1.3
  • 1.4
  • 1.5
  • 1.6
  • 1.7
  • 1.8
  • 2.0
  • 2.2
  • 2.4
  • 2.5
  • 2.7
  • 3.0
  • 3.2
  • 3.4
  • 3.5
  • 3.7

Where to Buy Used Performance Engines

Honda is one of many brands that are represented on this website to help a casual purchaser of auto parts. The types of car engines for sale on this website correspond to the numerous vehicle brands available. The Civic, Del Sol, SI, Accord, CR-V, Fit, Odyssey, Inspire, Pilot are represented in the available blocks that can be purchased as used condition editions. Someone making use of this website can begin a search for the right size unit.

A search option at Got Engines uses the year and make to help determine what type of foreign motor is needed. These options determine what inventory is displayed and what prices are available nationally. The listed sale prices always include a huge discount the MSRP. This second hand resource to buy like new condition motors remains a dedicated portal for the auto buying public.