There are approximately 400,000 cars in the US with K24s in them. This will be the swap that will make the K swaps mainstream. There will be well over a million K powered cars from Honda on the road within the next two years. Their sheer numbers will insure that the engine will remain reasonable in cost. I predict that in the next 6 months or so, someone will come out with K24 cams that will allow the engine to make 200hp without doing a head swap.92si said:Ok, heres what im thinking. For cost reasons, I would like to install a K24 from an accord ($750) in my Si then down the road swapping the K20a2 head onto it (piece it together). Im wondering if K20EG's wiring harness will work for this? Also header? What do you guys think?
It's also a better engine for boost. They come with a very strong crank and lower compression than the K20s. But the big reason is the 2.4 liters of displacement. I would venture to say that with the correct aftermarket designed cams and a JR supercharger with K-pro you could get 300 hp from an otherwise stock K24A1. And it would have 200 ft/lbs of torque too.