The Honda 1.7 engine, also known as the B17A series and D17A, was a four-cylinder automobile engine from Honda. It was first introduced in 1982 in the Civic and Integra cars with a displacement of 1,695 cc (102 cu in). The following year it was used in the CRX as well, which had a smaller bore size and shorter stroke than the B-series engines. In 1986, the D17A4 replaced the D16A6 as one of two optional engines for Acura Legend models equipped with an automatic transmission; this version produced at 5500 rpm and of torque @ 3000 rpm.
Honda D17A1 Engine
The D17A1 is a Honda Civic engine 1.7 l 4 cylinder built in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007. It can also be found in the 2004-2005 model year Honda Accord V6 and the 2007 model year Acura RSX Type S (with VTEC).
Honda D17A2 Engine
The D17A2 is the engine used in the Honda Civic 1.7L. The D17A2 is a four cylinder, double overhead cam (DOHC), 16 valve engine that has a displacement of 1754cc.
Honda D17A3 Engine
The D17A3 is a 1.7 L (1,688 cc) SOHC i-VTEC engine that was used in the Honda Fit from 2002 to 2007 and the first generation Honda Insight from 2001 to 2005. It is also used in the Toyota bB (as the 2NR-FE).
The engine had previously been used in some models as an OHC design with a displacement of 1,700 cc until around 1995 when it was replaced by the same capacity DOHC unit still in production today.
J series engines have an interesting history as they were derived from larger naturally aspirated engines and are thus sometimes referred to as JLX engines or just J’s by enthusiasts. The block has been modified for use with inline 4 cylinder layouts instead of V6 layouts though its bore spacing remains unchanged which means that all parts made for these engines will work on both versions regardless of whether they’re OHC or DOHC setups
In terms of performance ratings, this particular unit produces 103 hp @ 5400 rpm along with 103 ft/lbs @ 4000 rpm while weighing only 309 lbs!
Honda D17A4 Engine
The D17A4 is a 1.7L inline-four engine that was made available in 2004 Honda Civics. It was also used on the 2005, 2006, and 2007 models of this vehicle. This 2-valve per cylinder SOHC engine has a bore of 80 mm (3.15 in) and a stroke of 75 mm (2.95 in). The total displacement is 1,697 cc (97 ci), making it one of the smallest engines available for use in American market cars at this time!
Honda D17A5 Engine
For the 2003 to 2005 model years, Honda used the D17A5 engine in its Civic. The displacement of this engine is 1694 cc, meaning it has both a bore and stroke of 86 mm x 86 mm.
Honda D17A6 Engine
The D17A6 was a first-generation Honda VTEC engine. It was built from 1991 to 1994 and features an SOHC 16-valve dual cam design. The displacement of this engine is 1,700 cc (102 cu in), and it produces 130 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 114 lb-ft torque at 4,000 rpm.
Honda D17A7 Engine
The Honda D17A7 is a 1.7-liter engine that powers the 1987-1989 Honda Accord LX, the 1988-1990 Honda Prelude Si, and the 1989-1990 Acura Legend Coupe V6. The engine code for this motor is D17A7. It has a displacement of 1671 cc and produces 128 hp @ 6000 rpm with 122 lb/ft @ 4500 rpm of torque.
The compression ratio is 9:1 with a bore x stroke of 75mm x 79mm (2.95″ x 3″). The cylinder configuration is inline 4 and it uses SOHC (Single Overhead Camshaft). The fuel system consists of port injection and the cooling system uses liquid cooling with an electric fan for air circulation.
The transmission used in this vehicle was either a 5 speed manual transmission or an automatic transmission with overdrive gear ratios available as well as paddle shifters in some models
There are 7 models of Honda 1.7 engine
The Honda 1.7 engine is a four-cylinder, overhead valve design. It was produced in the following models:
- 2004 Honda Civic engine 1.7 l 4 cylinder
- 2003 Honda Civic engine 1.7 l 4 cylinder
- 2002 Honda Civic engine 1.7 l 4 cylinder
- 2001 Honda Civic engine 1.7 l 4 cylinder