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Contents
 
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    * 1 Executive Summary
 
    * 2 Introduction
 
    * 3 Before Disassembly Section
 
    * 4 Disassembly Procedure
 
    * 5 After Disassembly
 
          o 5.1 Part Table, including:
 
    * 6 Assembly
 
    * 7 After Assembly
 
    * 8 References
 
          o 8.1 Guide to Writing Wiki Code
 
          o 8.2 This is an example table
 
 
Executive Summary
 
 
This section is much like an abstract and summarizes the entire report
 
Introduction
 
 
This section should include an introduction of the product and a brief description of group members (i.e. who was responsible for which sections or tasks)
 
Before Disassembly Section
 
 
General notes about the product (it's condition, how it works, how many parts, types of materials, etc)
 
Disassembly Procedure
 
 
    * Document each step to disassemble the product
 
    * How difficult was each disassembly step?
 
    * What types of tools were required to perform this step?
 
    * Include a picture of each disassembly step
 
 
After Disassembly
 
Part Table, including:
 
 
    * Part number
 
    * Part name
 
    * Number of parts of this type
 
    * Part material
 
    * Part manufacturing process
 
    * Image of the part
 
    * CAD file for selected parts
 
 
Assembly
 
 
    * Document each step to reassemble the product
 
    * How difficult was each assembly step?
 
    * What types of tools were required to perform this step?
 
 
After Assembly
 
 
    * Does it still work?
 
    * Conclusion remarks
 
 
References
 
 
APA Style You must use this format (It's easier than MLA, so don't worry).
 
Guide to Writing Wiki Code
 
 
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Finally, use the "Show Preview" button on the bottom of the page to see how it looks before saving. It will allow you to catch and edit your errors without having to edit the page again. Just don't forget to save it when you're really done.
 
This is an example table
 
 
 
[[Image:Honda R20A Engine.JPG|250px|thumb|R20A]]
 
[[Image:Honda R20A Engine.JPG|250px|thumb|R20A]]
 
The [[Honda]] R series [[Straight-4|inline four cylinder]] engine is new for the 2006 [[Honda Civic]] (Non-Si). It is [[fuel injected]], has an aluminum-[[alloy]] [[cylinder block]] and [[cylinder head]], is a [[SOHC]] 16 [[poppet valve|valve]] design (4 valves per cylinder), utilizes Honda's [[i-VTEC]] system, and produces 138 (JDM)<!--what's this cryptic abbreviation--> and 140 (USDM)<!--what's this cryptic abbreviation--> [[Horsepower|hp]] (103 (JDM)<!--implies JDM uses English horsepower rather than metric horsepower, is that true?--> and 104 (USDM) [[kilowatt|kW]]) @ 6300 rpm and 128 [[lbf·ft]] (174 [[newton metre|N·m]]) @4300 rpm [[Society of Automotive Engineers|SAE]] net ([[torque]]), with the [[redline]] at 6800 rpm. The R series is [[undersquare]] with a bore and stroke of 81 x 87.3 mm ([[stroke ratio]] of 0.93); it has a high [[compression ratio]] of 10.5:1, features a "[[drive by wire]]" throttle system which is computer controlled to reduce [[pumping losses]] and create a smooth torque curve.  The engine uses many technologies to improve economy.  Piston rings are given an ion plating, weight is reduced with plastic and aluminum parts and variable length intake manifolds that maintain ram air at a wide rpm range. The automatic transmission model is rated at [[CARB]] ULEV-2 (Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle) with 25/36 city/highway mpg (U.S. gallons) . It also uses the same computer ([[ECU]]) controlled coil-on-plug [[Ignition system|ignition]] as the Honda [[Honda K engine|K-series]] engines; it has no [[distributor]]. The R Series [[Internal combustion engine|engine]]'s OEM service manual is available at [http://www.helminc.com/helm/product2.asp?sku=61SNA03&Style=2HDX04HSEQ85VCP&mscsid=CEX46G3DKPT78NC8DUCT1JMC226D3402 HELM INC.] <!-- Unsourced image + description text removed: The following picture is the engine assembly with the new compact 5 speed [[automatic transmission]] assembly to the right of it.
 
The [[Honda]] R series [[Straight-4|inline four cylinder]] engine is new for the 2006 [[Honda Civic]] (Non-Si). It is [[fuel injected]], has an aluminum-[[alloy]] [[cylinder block]] and [[cylinder head]], is a [[SOHC]] 16 [[poppet valve|valve]] design (4 valves per cylinder), utilizes Honda's [[i-VTEC]] system, and produces 138 (JDM)<!--what's this cryptic abbreviation--> and 140 (USDM)<!--what's this cryptic abbreviation--> [[Horsepower|hp]] (103 (JDM)<!--implies JDM uses English horsepower rather than metric horsepower, is that true?--> and 104 (USDM) [[kilowatt|kW]]) @ 6300 rpm and 128 [[lbf·ft]] (174 [[newton metre|N·m]]) @4300 rpm [[Society of Automotive Engineers|SAE]] net ([[torque]]), with the [[redline]] at 6800 rpm. The R series is [[undersquare]] with a bore and stroke of 81 x 87.3 mm ([[stroke ratio]] of 0.93); it has a high [[compression ratio]] of 10.5:1, features a "[[drive by wire]]" throttle system which is computer controlled to reduce [[pumping losses]] and create a smooth torque curve.  The engine uses many technologies to improve economy.  Piston rings are given an ion plating, weight is reduced with plastic and aluminum parts and variable length intake manifolds that maintain ram air at a wide rpm range. The automatic transmission model is rated at [[CARB]] ULEV-2 (Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle) with 25/36 city/highway mpg (U.S. gallons) . It also uses the same computer ([[ECU]]) controlled coil-on-plug [[Ignition system|ignition]] as the Honda [[Honda K engine|K-series]] engines; it has no [[distributor]]. The R Series [[Internal combustion engine|engine]]'s OEM service manual is available at [http://www.helminc.com/helm/product2.asp?sku=61SNA03&Style=2HDX04HSEQ85VCP&mscsid=CEX46G3DKPT78NC8DUCT1JMC226D3402 HELM INC.] <!-- Unsourced image + description text removed: The following picture is the engine assembly with the new compact 5 speed [[automatic transmission]] assembly to the right of it.

Revision as of 23:24, 6 October 2008

The Honda R series inline four cylinder engine is new for the 2006 Honda Civic (Non-Si). It is fuel injected, has an aluminum-alloy cylinder block and cylinder head, is a SOHC 16 valve design (4 valves per cylinder), utilizes Honda's i-VTEC system, and produces 138 (JDM) and 140 (USDM) hp (103 (JDM) and 104 (USDM) kW) @ 6300 rpm and 128 lbf·ft (174 N·m) @4300 rpm SAE net (torque), with the redline at 6800 rpm. The R series is undersquare with a bore and stroke of 81 x 87.3 mm (stroke ratio of 0.93); it has a high compression ratio of 10.5:1, features a "drive by wire" throttle system which is computer controlled to reduce pumping losses and create a smooth torque curve. The engine uses many technologies to improve economy. Piston rings are given an ion plating, weight is reduced with plastic and aluminum parts and variable length intake manifolds that maintain ram air at a wide rpm range. The automatic transmission model is rated at CARB ULEV-2 (Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle) with 25/36 city/highway mpg (U.S. gallons) . It also uses the same computer (ECU) controlled coil-on-plug ignition as the Honda K-series engines; it has no distributor. The R Series engine's OEM service manual is available at HELM INC.

Contents

R16

R16A

  • Found in:
    • 2007- Honda Civic (Singapore Local Market FD4)
      • Displacement: 1595 cc
      • Compression: 10.5:1
      • Bore & stroke: 81.0 x 77.4 mm
      • Power: 123 bhp (125 PS, 93 kW) @ 6200 rpm Net horsepower
      • Torque: 15.6 kgf·m (151 N·m, 113 lbf·ft) @ 4200 rpm Net horsepower

R18

R18A1

  • Found in:
    • 2006- Honda Civic (JDM FD1, USDM FA1, USDM FG1)
      • Displacement: 1799 cc
      • Compression: 10.5:1
      • Bore & stroke: 81.0 x 87.3 mm
      • Power: 138 bhp (140 PS, 103 kW) @ 6300 rpm (JDM Spec)
      • Torque: 17.7 kgf·m (174 N·m, 128 lbf·ft) @ 4300 rpm

R18A2

  • Found in:
    • 2007- Honda Civic (EDM FN1, EDM FK2)
    • 2008- Honda CRV
      • Displacement: 1799 cc
      • Compression: 10.5:1
      • Bore & stroke: 81.0 x 87.3 mm
      • Power: 138 bhp (140 PS, 103 kW) @ 6300 rpm
      • Torque: 17.7 kgf·m (174 N·m, 128 lbf·ft) @ 4300 rpm

R20

R20A1

  • Found in:
    • 2007- Honda CRV (RE2)
      • Displacement: 1997 cc
      • Compression: 10.5:1
      • Bore & stroke: 81.0 x 96.9 mm
      • Power: 148 bhp (150 PS, 110 kW) @ 6200 rpm
      • Torque: 19.4 kgf·m (190 N·m, 140 lbf·ft) @ 4200 rpm
    • 2008- Honda Accord (CP3)

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