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When should I have vtec kick in

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by aCCoRD-TyPe-R, Nov 30, 2003.

  1. aCCoRD-TyPe-R

    aCCoRD-TyPe-R Junior Member

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    Iam just curoius to see if my vtec is off or if there is a better kick in time!
    I have a H22A And a Field VTEC controller and the redline is at 8200 RPM's and I have my VTEC set a 5300 RPM's Or sometimes I have it kick at 4800 RPM's. Is there any other settings you have that work good so I can try it out? Post imput!

    Shawn :D
     
  2. ek9r

    ek9r Senior Member

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    just keep so when you shift at redline, you are already in vtec in the next gear. Vtec is where you are making your power so that is where you want to keep the rpm's. just toy with it and figure out where that point is with your setup. we cant give you the exact rpm for your vtec setting because it differs with most people due to driving skills etc.
    good luck
     
  3. aCCoRD-TyPe-R

    aCCoRD-TyPe-R Junior Member

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    Cool, thanks! I figured that out and I was just wondering if anyone knew any better set ups! Thanks for your input and have fun! B)
     
  4. JDMilan

    JDMilan Senior Member

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    if I am not mistaken your crossover should be when your tq and whp figures crossover, dyno to see the differences in optimal power outputs.
     
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