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    Default difference in i-vtec and vvtec

    guys please help me regarding difference b/w i-vtec and vvtec engines...
    which is better ?

    fuel consumption
    pick-up
    overall


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lahoreee View Post
    guys please help me regarding difference b/w i-vtec and vvtec engines...
    which is better ?

    fuel consumption
    pick-up
    overall
    Sir about what engines are you asking ?
    Readers are Leaders.

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    I-vtec = fuel economy while reducing the power
    VVtec = Improving power a lot while reducing economy a lot.

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    VTEC is Variable Valve timing and Lift Electronic Control. Basically your cam profile switches and depending on the design of the cam, the valve timing may be advanced or retarded and will have more lift and duration.

    iVTEC uses this AND also does cam timing. Basically an adjustable cam gear controlled by a computer that will advance or retard the cam how ever the computer feels fit.

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    Hi All PakWheels,

    I m new in P.W. but I like this site. Coz in this site professional and non-professional were discus a lot of problems. I think this is the good signal to help each other. So I thought to join this site and learn a lot of thing with the help of professional’s on this site.

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    Kyoun k I have a car (Honda 1995) and I have no idea to how to maintain it.
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    @black_scorpion: bro wot u wana ask about ur ''95 civic??
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