That depends on what you plan on using the vehicle for. If you drive with a lead foot, it may be worth it. It also depends on the state of the rest of the vehicle. If you need major body work or other serious repairs, it probably isn't worth it. You may have to upgrade the transmission to handle the extra power, maybe not. If you upgrade your HP you might want to upgrade your brakes as well! :)
definitely the h22 engine from it's older brother prelude. is the best engine with 200hp stock. most of the people who have done that says that the prelude engine H22A1 will fit direct bolt in in any 90-97 Honda accord engine bay.
About 150hp the 3 l engine can be upgrade to 200hp
There are plenty of places to get a Yamaha 200hp outboard engine. You can try many different marina's, outboard engine repair shops or outdoor pro shops.
If you are talking about VW MKV GTI (2006-current model), then it has a 2.0 Turbo I4 engine, 200HP.
130hp for the normally aspirated engine (non turbo) and 200hp for the turbo engine.
This engine is about 200hp and 300 ft pounds of torq
1.8 Liter DOHC VTEC Engine hydro operated tranny 200hp/134tq/11.1 Compression Ratio
in 95 they went to the vortec engine but a 94 (like mine) had 200hp and 300 ft/lbs torque from the factory
It would depend on the year and engine size. A 1995 Jimmy with the 4.3L made 200hp. In 1996, it made 195.
Usually about 140 horsepower, but that number varies. A 2.0 litre turbo by VW is 200hp.
The 3.8 liter v6 engine is rated at 200hp and 225 torque, according to the manufacture.
The 1993 model, 200hp Johnson outboard, has a dry weight of 448 - 453lbs, depending on the particular model.
200hp@ 5200rpm 235ft lb of torque 9 miles a gallon
depending on the engine the 5.7 350 had 260hp and 333 ft/lb tq. the 4.3 had 200hp and 290ft/lb tq
The 2010 GTI is powered by VW's 2.0 TFSI engine with 200hp. The DSG models hit 60 mph in 6.7 seconds and get 24/32 mpg city and highway.
200hp & 225ft of torque