well i believe its around 130 to 150 ish.
VTEC doesn't produce a set horsepower. The question is too vague to answer completely, but US Civic EXes produce between 125 hp ('92-'05 EX) and 140 hp ('06-'09 EX).
Also, for future reference, the term is "VTEC" (Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control). This might help searches in the future.
non-vtec d16 engines have about 106 horsepower
20 hp hahahahaha
240HP Asian Version
came with the 125 hp d16z6 engine, I believe
The horsepower is engine specific, without the engine code VTEC is all of the turbo lag without the turbo =)
most 91 Honda civics are the dx model with a 1.5l non-Vtech engine putting out 102 bhp
A Vtech dect phone can be obtained at a starting cost of about $38.00. They can be purchased at www.amazon.com.
its vtec not vtech.
VTech Socrates was created in 1988.
F22A1. SOHC NON VTECH. 2.2 liter I4 125-140 horsepower @ 145 ft/lbs torque
Based on the specs you provided above, most 4 cylinder car engines range from 110-150 HP. Most 1.6 L cars have around 130 HP.
340 Horsepower 340 Horsepower
The 2009 Grizzly is available in several different horsepower configurations. The standard horsepower is 225. There were options for as much as 360 horsepower.
it's vtec not vtech... vtech is a cordless phone company... i have a 95 gsr and i use mobil 1 full synth...
Vtech computers can be bought from ebay with prices ranging from $7 to $25. Vtech computers have a purpose of teaching little kids how to type and explore.
A VTech battery is a battery that is used for your VTech wireless phone; the battery is basically going to power your phone, and allow you to continue to use the phone when it is not on the base.
it has 240 horsepower