Displacement: 1.6 L; 97.3 cu in (1,595 cc)
Bore x Stroke: 81 mm × 77.4 mm (3.19 in × 3.05 in)
Rod Length: 134 mm (5.3 in)
Power: 170 hp (127 kW; 172 PS) @ 7,600 rpm & 150 N⋅m (111 lb⋅ft) @ 7000 rpm
The Honda B16A is the first B-series engine, a part from the family of DOHC engines with four cylinders that Honda introduced in 1988. It was the first VTEC engine (B16A SIR-V), and was initially found in the 89-93 Honda Integra XSi, 89-91 Honda CRX SiR and the 89-91 Honda Civic SiR. As its name indicates, it has a displacement of 1.6 liters, and produces 170 horsepower.
The second generation can be found in the 92-93 JDM Honda Integra XSi and JDM Civic SiR, the 92-94 JDM Civic SiR/SiRII, the 92-95 JDM CR-X del Sol, 96-98 JDM Civic SiR/SiRII, as well as the 96-00 JDM Civic Ferio Si. The redline of the B16A engine is 8200 rpm, and VTEC engages at 5500 RPM.
The B16A engine also comes with one of four transmission options: YS1, S4C, Y21 and S21, with optional LSD. Due to the popularity of the 92-95 Civic, finding a B16A engine for sale is difficult if you’re in search of a good condition one.