Top 3 Ranked Japanese Engines
In 2016, the top three goods that were imported were: vehicles, machinery, electrical machinery. The reasons why America bought $50 billion worth of automobiles from Japan in 2016 is because of the vehicles’ reliability and high-quality engines.
If you are looking to buy Japanese engines, low mileage Japanese engines, used Japanese transmissions, or used Toyota motors, don’t do so without reading this first.
Japanese engines deliver on all counts – performance, power, and precision. Here are the top three ranked Japanese engines to be aware of:
Honda produced two out of five top-selling cars in the U.S. in 2016: the Honda Accord and the Honda Civic. Which is why Honda promptly sold over 4.7 million automobiles in 2016.
The Honda B-series is ranked number one for a reason. There are four engines in this series which include the B16, B17, B18, and B20. Delivering 186 horsepower, the Honda B16B was manufactured for the Honda Civic EK9 Type R and is able to reach 8900 RPM.
This engine is as durable as it is powerful, its piston causes less friction for a more well-balanced crankshaft, dual-layered exhaust and inlet valve springs, and not to mention an unusual short block.
Coming in a close second is the Subaru EJ20. This powerful Japanese engine was originally used in the Subaru Forester, Subaru Legacy, and the Subaru Impreza WRX STI. You can find these Japanese engines for sale by themselves in automobile shops around the United States. Top performance vehicle is a name that the Subaru WRX STI has rightfully earned. And, due to the engine’s high endurance, the JDM Subaru is well-regarded and often used in pole positions at racing rallies.
Last on the list but certainly not least. It would be remiss not to mention the Nissan’s VR-series of engines. When you compare the group of DOHC turbocharged V6 Japanese engines, the Nissan VR38DETT is leaps and bounds above the rest of the V6s. Weighing a mere 600lbs, this compact engine is still fully loaded and holds the most power out of the three Japanese engines mentioned on this list. Speed is the name of the game when you choose this turbo engine.
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