This allows smaller engines, like the D16 to have high end power. Send a private message to AFAccord.
Featured How-Tos Honda Civic: I think I should create a signature.. Thag, Generally, at higher rpm, it is more efficient to open the intake and exhaust valves for a longer time, thus the longer duration and different grinds.
AFAccord, During some partial throttle conditions, yes, it will engage that low. Honda Accord: View iTrader Profile. I love people who modify vtec engagement points.
They would be correct, but... Originally posted by eminemslm0 ive heard that on the 7th gens its like 2500 - 3000 but search casue i know its on here. DOHC are way over rated!
Send a private message to accrd18. I chose the SOHC because they are plentiful and inexpensive to replace if damaged. Mine isn't the biggest or baddest, but if you jump me with a B16, it had better not be stock. What's new New posts New profile posts Latest activity.
Seeing that you aren't showing what you're driving doesn't bother me at all. Variable valve Timing and lift Electronic Control. Quick Reply: VTEC will engage at 2300rpm.
This is normal for single cams unless you have some bolt-ons then, you might actually 'hear' your vtec engagement. Oh well. I have a question. Under full-throttle, it is more beneficial to have VTEC engage at a higher rpm.
However, for everyday street use, I'd personally pass on the aftermarket turbocharger. Variable, 2300-3800 rpm, depending on conditions.
If you have further questions, please let me know. Report Follow. So to answer you who knows, we need some hard facts sheets from honda.