I am a proud new owner of a 95 Del Sol. I could really use some help! Check her out here: http://www.sounddomain.com/ride/2412293/1 I just bought a 95 Del Sol with the DOHC VTEC for my daily driver(for $6300 @ dealer). It has DC Headers, Exhaust, DC Intake, Cam Gears, Fields VTEC Controller/SFC, billet 'braces' on shock towers and under the car... thats it for mods I can 'see'. Car has 70K miles. Headin to the dyno on Monday as I do not trust 'tuning' with Autometer A/F gauges!, have a few questions. 1. Why is there an 'auxiliary' oil filter in the engine bay? Because the stock one is so hard to get to? 2. What RPMs should I set the VTEC to engage that will cause the best acceleration? 3. What is a good A/F to tell my tuner to shoot for on this motor? I drive 120miles every day, 12.5 down low? 13 up top(@VTEC and up)? 4. How much power should I expect from this motor? 135WHP? 5. Please explain the procedure for 'bleeding the clutch', clutch fluid was dry when I bought. Just like brakes? 6. I just looked closely at the 'Cam Gears' which are visible, the rear one is set to the '4th tick'(I would read as 4 or 8 degrees advanced, since the gears say 'each mark = 2 crank degrees') the front one is set to 1st tick counter clockwise from 0. This looks like bad news to me... How do I correct this? I'm thinking I'll just ask the tuner to fix. They should both be '=' right? I would think having the cams 5-10 degrees off would be very bad? What is the recommended 'timing' the cams should be set for?