man, theres hella places in so cal...get the vafc, its a GREAT mod..nice gains throughout the band
Thanks alot man.....I really appreciate it. You can email me at [email protected] when you find a place. Hell, I'll go with ya if I can get a chance to. Talk to you later.vtec98 said:Dude I live in Palmdale so I know how you feel. I am gonna go find a place this weekend to get mine Dyno tuned. I'll let you know where is a close place.
a VAFC wont work on a non-VTEC car. you can get the SAFC. the SAFC is for non-VTEC carsstillstock said:i heard the vafc is awesome. in a mag they put it on and finally got 8 more whp from a IS300. i've only seen them put on higher end engines and vtec engines...would it help any on a F22A4...aka 130hp non vtec honda accord engine from early 90s.
and would it affect emissions any?
i've never heard of a controller that controls both of them. you can get the VAFC and the AVCR. the VAFC will control the VTEC and the AVCR is a boost controller that looks just like the VAFC. VAFC is around $300 and AVCR is around $500pokey said:hey is there a controller that runs both vtec AND boost control for a turbo? i wanna get the vtec controller, but i'm getting a turbo this summer, so i want a boost controller too. any ideas on the best one??
youre comparing $800 worth of electronics and an AEM system that sells for around $1700. theres a ton more you can do with the AEM and the Hondata (Hondatas only available for OBD1 and pre-OBD) but you also pay for it. Hondata is around $700 just for the regular set-up. add the turbo control to it and its around $1200. so its a bit more moneystillstock said:hell for that much you may as well spend alittle more and get a AEM plug and play stand alone engine management system