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Old 29 Dec 2008, 12:01 am
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Default 04 acura rsx with vtec controller?

i have a 2004 acura rsx base with no mods but was wondering what would happen if installed a vtec controller on it? would it do anything? thanks. its a i-vtec engine too
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Old 29 Dec 2008, 01:01 am
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Not really. First reason would be because it's a base model. Your i-vtec motor is not a lift motor, like the rsx type-s, which is the fast version. Yours is the economic i-vtec. 2nd reason is that the only reason anyone would really need a vtec controller would be if they did some tuning on the internals of the motor. So basically, a vtec controller for you would be a waste of a few hundreds bucks and thats about it. Hope this helps.
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