Happy Birthday to the Venerable Honda CR-V Compact Recreation Vehicle. Ok, so the long version of the name didn't stick, but the CR-V has stuck around since its bow in 1997. Power, such as it was, came from a 1972cc inline 4- cylinder that belted out 126 horses and 133 pound feet of torque. Hardly enough to pull grandpa's finger at the family picnic. Fast forward a quarter century and the engine loses a quarter of its displacement, using a mere 1500cc to make 64 more horsepower and 50 more pound feet of torque than the original! At 190 hp from a 1.5L engine, Honda once again proves that they are one of the top manufacturers when it comes to dynamite in small packages. So, in addition to following the minimum standards of service set forth in that thing no one reads called the Owners Manual, there are ways to even further protect your high output engine. One that we know and love (and manufacture and sell!) is our J&L Oil Separator Co. 3.0 unit that helps reduce carbon build up and blow-by that gets back into your intake tract. They maximize performance and the efficiency of your engine, too! Plus, it's a simple installation that you can do at home. At just $159.00 and available in both clear (silver) and black anodized finishes, it's a smart way to care and feed for your Compact Recreation Vehicle known today, simply as the 2022 Honda CR-V.