How much HP can you get out of a K24?

The max flow on a K24 is rated around 37lbs/minute. You can expect about 370 hp at the crank (give or take) when the K24 is pushed to the limit. Of course you can try to push past this limit, but you will hit the point where you run into diminishing returns.

Which K24 is best to build?

The general recommendation to get the best basic setup with the K24 is to buy any K24A cylinder block, along with a K20A2, K20A Euro R, or KA20A Type R head. Be warned that this only applies to the K24A series engines. The K24Z cannot be used due to the pistons making contact with the K20’s cylinder head.

Is Honda K24 a good engine?

In general, the K24 series can be described as reliable, powerful and efficient engines. An average lifespan is about 200,000 miles (300,000 km).

Why is the K24 so good?

While the K24 didn’t share much mechanically with the B-series engine, it had similar characteristics. Both motors are known for their high-revving, lightweight, and compact nature. Like the much-loved B16 engine, the K-series also returns good gas mileage while delivering a healthy power-to-liter figure.

Can you turbo a K24?

Since the K24 can handle forced induction well, it’ll come as no surprise that many owners opt to go down the turbocharged route with their build. If you intend to go beyond 400 hp, then a turbo kit will likely provide the best option for the money.

Is K24A same as K24A2?

Registered. From what I understand, it’s completely different. Your K24A2 has 3-lobe VTEC while the K24A is just intake side. With that being said, you’d at least need a new wiring harness, and probably a different ECU.

How many miles will a K24 last?

Regardless, all of the K24 variants are reliable engines that should easily last 200,000+ miles.

What K24 has the most horsepower?

Honda K20 and K24 Engine Specs

Honda K-Series Engine Specs K20A K20A2
Horsepower: 221 hp @ 8000 RPM 200 hp @ 7400 RPM
Torque: 159 lb-ft @ 6100 RPM 142 lb-ft @ 6000 RPM
Bore and Stroke (in / mm): 3.386 x 3.386 / 86 x 86 3.386 x 3.386 / 86 x 86
Compression Ratio: 11.7.1 11.0:1

What kind of engine is a Honda K24?

The K24 is one of several engines in Honda’s popular K-series. The series launched in 2001. The engines stand out for friction-reducing technology and electronically controlled ignition timing. All are four-stroke, four-cylinder engines.

Why did Honda change the K20A to K24?

So, they took the K20A design and simply made it bigger, because bigger engines are going to make more torque and at the time Honda wasn’t really making turbocharged engines, so the only option was to just increase displacement. The K24 engine from Honda is last in the K-Series.

Is a K24 a good project car?

Honda K24s make awesome project cars and with a few sensible tuning upgrades you can greatly improve your driving experience.

Can you add a turbo to a K24?

K24 Turbo upgrades The more air to get into an engine, the more fuel it can burn and uprating the induction with a turbocharger upgrade makes massive power gains. NASP engines need quite a lot of work when you add a turbo, so we have a separate guide to help you take into account the pros and cons of going this route on your K24