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Vafc or Spoon Vtec?

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by CRX2NR18, Jun 7, 2004.

  1. CRX2NR18

    CRX2NR18 Senior Member

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    which one should i use to hook up vtec on my obd0 crx , d16a6/z6 mini me. Im going to a power add on like nitrous or turbo . but im not sure which one of these to get? vafc or spoon vtec controller
     
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    NotUrAverage_Si Senior Member

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    Most people are familiar with the apex'i vafc, I've never met anyone using the spoon vtec controller. The vafc is probably cheaper.
     
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    Import R Senior Member

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    I have the A'pexi VAFC and I think it's fairly straight forward on its use. I have no personal experience with the spoon one. A friend of mine has the fields vtec controller and he likes it. I'd say for ease of use and just plain out overall asthetics, go with the A'pexi.
     
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    neither, get a real engine management system. turboedit/uberdata/hondata.
     
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    CRX2NR18 Senior Member

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    cant OBD0, i might do a conversion to OBD1 tho
     
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    turboedit runs on obd0
     
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    spoon V-TEC controller is really, really, straight forward all it is, is a knob you turn up or down to control the RPM that V-TEC engages.
     
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    brian11to1 Senior Member

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    The very latest you can make VTEC engauge is 5K... which for Joel on the Highway is about 75-80 mph's not a real benefit.
     
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