Complete List of Honda Turbos, Types, Sizes, Prices For 2015/2022

Honda built their name by producing super fast naturally aspirated (NA) cars that utilized the power of VTEC to achieve big horsepower from relatively small four-cylinder engines.

That was until 2015 when Honda released the ninth generation FK2 Type R Civic with a 2.0L, inline, 4-cylinder engine that produced 306 BHP.

A Honda Civic base trim has a Mitsubishi TD025 turbocharger. Mitsubishi is the OEM (original equipment manufacturer) supplier for Honda turbochargers between the years 2015 to 2022.

Unfortunately finding out exactly which turbo is on which model Honda can be time-consuming and a little confusing, that’s why I went and did some research and compiled a complete list covering all Honda turbos between the years 2015 and 2022 including prices and serial numbers.

YearModelEngine SizeTurbo TypePart NumberPrice
2015-2017FK2 Civic2.0L K20Mitsubishi TD04 L64947706001$1,367.65
2016-2021Civic EX, EX-L, EX-T, LX, Sport, Touring1.5 LMitsubishi TD02549173-07504$999.95
2017-2021FK8 Civic2.0L K20Mitsubishi TD04 L64947706001$1,367.65
2022FL5 Civic2.0 L K20Mitsubishi TDO4 L64947706001$1,367.65
2018-2021Accord2.0 L K20Mitsubishi TD02518900-6A0-001$970.00
2018-2021Accord1.5 LMitsubishi TD02518900-6A0-001$970.00
2017-2021Civic Si1.5 LMitsubishi TD0318900-5PA-A01$1,020
2017-2021Honda CRV1.5 LMitsubishi TD0318900-5PA-A01$1,020

What Turbo is in The Honda Civic Type R

The Honda Civic Type R has a Mitsubishi TD04 L6 turbo, this is a single-scroll, oil-cooled turbo. On the compressor side, it has a 40.53mm inducer and a 55.98mm exducer. The exhaust turbine inducer is 46.88mm and the exducer is 41.18mm. The TD04 has a 0.51 A/R ratio and a maximum rotational speed of 190,000 RPM.

The 2023 Honda Civic FL2 will come with the same TD04 L6 turbocharger as used in the previous FK8 Type R but the turbo will be slightly modified to improve performance and reduce turbo lag at low RPM.

Are Mitsubishi Turbos Reliable

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) is world renowned for producing the strongest, most compact, lightweight turbochargers in the world and have been producing them since 1957 in their state of the art US plant in Franklin Indiana.

How To Know if Your Turbo is Getting Bad

The first symptom you will likely notice if your turbo is starting to fail is smoke coming from your exhaust. This would indicate that the oil seal inside the turbo is no longer sealing the oil causing it to leak into your exhaust.

The other symptoms may include loss of power, heavier fuel consumption, or unusual whistling noise coming from your turbo.

For a complete breakdown of how a turbo works you should check out this article which goes deep into the mechanics of a turbocharger. This will give you a good foundation to work from in the future.


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