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I have a 94 honda accord ex w/ vtec 2.2, the problem is, I cant feel the vtec kick on. Is there a way to test it or something? I have a dmm and all kinds of tools, I just dont know how to test it. any help would be great, thanks
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It will not engage until the car is nice and warmed up. Then you might have become immune to it, for this is not a common problem. Go drive a different car then come back to your honda and you will most likely feel it all come back to you.
..i know it isnt a turbine...but the fact of the matter is that once you enter the powerband, which is controlled and altered by the ytec system, you can feel the increase in performance...which is why my buddies S2000 doesnt seem like much until it hits about 3500rpm..and i believe that in the S2000, the powerband is very high...
anyway....if someone cant feel a point in the acceleration of the car where it really gets into the powerband, theyre either immune to it, or they know less about cars than you claim...on cars with work done to them, the engine just has a different sound to it once it has reached its peak...
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