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I've seen a 3.2/3.5 with cylinder heads that have a large single exhaust port vs the three individual exhausts port. Any idea what model and which car this came in?

Newbie here and just trying to understand whats available. I'm hearing a good engine for my use (SandCar) is a 3.2 w/sleeves stroked to a 3.5 with these heads. I currently have a Turbo'd 3.5 but planning on upgrading in the offseason and researching options.

There any performance engine books out on j32a and j35a?

Appreciate any info.
 

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The cylinder head from a CL-S has the best flow (J32A2) which is a 3.2 Liter engine.
 

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The large single port exhaust (integrated cast collectors) can be found on 03+ accords (J30), 04+ TL's (J32), 05+ MDX's, Odysseys, Pilots and RL's (J35).

The RL engine is the hotness 290hp NA :banana:
 

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bartleyl said:
Hoping someone can point me in the right direction.
I've seen a 3.2/3.5 with cylinder heads that have a large single exhaust port vs the three individual exhausts port. Any idea what model and which car this came in?

Newbie here and just trying to understand whats available. I'm hearing a good engine for my use (SandCar) is a 3.2 w/sleeves stroked to a 3.5 with these heads. I currently have a Turbo'd 3.5 but planning on upgrading in the offseason and researching options.

There any performance engine books out on j32a and j35a?

Appreciate any info.
I can vouch for the performance of the 3.0L V6
in my six-speed Accord coupe. The motor is a
jewel, happiest blasting toward redline. Today,
there is no aftermarket support for this engine.
As time passes J motor go fast bits will be produced,
but not until the prices of the vehicles they came
in comes down. Hardened internals would
have to be custom CNC manufactured. I've been
looking for a chart of the J-series engine family history.
I'm trying to find out what model the 3.5L RL engine is.
Let me know if you come across something like that.

This link is to a page on the JDM Honda website. Not
sure which one but find the page with the tech
discussion on the J motor from the new Legend (RL).

http://translate.google.com/transla...ient=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official

or try this one, in Japanese.

http://202.47.19.26/auto/

Good Luck.
 
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