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Old 12-08-2009, 07:45 PM
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Default THIS is how VTEC works

I like the K series and I am not too big of a fan of the I vtec, but as I learn I will love it like the B-series.

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Everyone should know that, that is for a specific honda marine motor, but the principle is identical. good find!
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This always made me laugh!

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WTF is VTEC and should I get it for my car that I might buy? I need the Civic to be more of an off road/snow tackling car, will VTEC help?
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Is it like a turbo?
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Well for starters if you are trying to do rally and go in the snow you should think about gettin a subaru wrx sti or a mitsubishi lancer evolution. Civics are tuners they are not meant for offroad fun in the snow dum dum. They are designed to be small low profile cars that you can tune to your liking while still getting great mpg
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WTF is VTEC and should I get it for my car that I might buy? I need the Civic to be more of an off road/snow tackling car, will VTEC help?
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Is it like a turbo?


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Well for starters if you are trying to do rally and go in the snow you should think about gettin a subaru wrx sti or a mitsubishi lancer evolution. Civics are tuners they are not meant for offroad fun in the snow dum dum. They are designed to be small low profile cars that you can tune to your liking while still getting great mpg
Lol at the tuner explanation of a civic......... its just a lil eco car that is easy to work on, any car can be "tuned"
 
 
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