What is the Horsepower for an 1800cc Honda gold wing engine?
There is no direct correlation between engine displacement and horsepower. One 1800cc engine may produce lots of horsepower, while another of the same size will produce more torque but not as much horsepower. It depends on the engine design and what it was made for...In general, a long stroke, slow turning engine will produce more torque but less horsepower than a fast spinning short stroke engine.
A typical example would be a 1400cc sport bike, like the Suzuki Hayabusa, which turns out almost 200 horsepower, while a larger 1500cc V-twin Kawasaki Vulcan
The gl 1200 model is from 1984 to 1987. The only difference that shows in my manual is valve timing and maybe a few other things, unless it is fuel injected, or the aspencade model. Otherwise I do not see a problem. If you have the engine on the bench, then might be a good idea to change the stator and check the clutch.
Since you didn't mention the exact model, I've researched all four Honda Motorcycle models in 1983, with 1100cc engines. These include the 1983 Honda CB1100F Super Sport 1100 (valued at $3,515 retail), the 1983 Honda GL1100A Gold Wing Aspencade (valued at $3,030 retail), the 1983 Honda GL1100I Gold Wing Interstate (valued at $2,550 retail), and the 1983 Honda GL1100 Gold Wing (valued at $2,420 retail).
The Goldwing is a motorcycle built by Honda. One of the best places to get information on any Honda motorcycle is through a Honda dealership. Another is directly from the Honda USA website. The Gold Wing Road Riders Association or GWRRA may be able to assist with valuable information from experienced users as well.
There is no official set interval for changing the timing belt. Honda is vague about this so you have to use common sense. If your bike is over 6 years old or has over 30,000 miles on the ODO, engine had exceeded 6,000 RPMs, or the belt is noisy, I would highly recommend you change it. Do it wrong and you will have engine damage. Ignore the belt and you will end up with not…
Horsepower Heres the Honda engines hope you can find yours B20A (16-Valve, 4 Cylinder, DOHC, PGM-FI) Found in: Serial numbers 1000001~, 1500001~ and 1550001~ (Gold Valve Cover) 1985-1986 Honda Prelude Non-U.S. 1985-1986 Honda Accord Non-U.S. 1985-1986 Honda Vigor Non-U.S. Serial numbers 1600001~ and 1640001~ (Black Valve Cover) 1987-1989 Honda Accord Non-U.S. 1987-1989 Honda Vigor Non-U.S. Displacement: 1958 cc Compression: 9.4:1 Power: 160 hp @ 6300 rpm & 140 ft�lbf @ 5000 rpm Transmission: B2K5, F2K5…