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Trinidad21112 Aug 7, 10:32pm - #243012 
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Vetc controller

Is it possible to put a vtec controller in Celica GTS, Since we have a something like a vtec which is out VVTL-I or lift?
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Haulin_A_Doo Aug 7, 10:46pm - #243013 
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There is a huge debate on this. The VAFC will supposedly work with the 2zz because it's not made just for vtech it simply controls when the cam switch is made, but is a large debate.

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ev3 Aug 8, 3:51am - #243015 

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actually im pretty sure it will work. a lot of the celicas here are using it... so i dont see why not. it also works for MIVEC
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Speed4TheNeed Aug 8, 3:53am - #243016 

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^^ any links you can give us to people who actually have it and discussed it?
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Clos Aug 8, 4:20am - #243017 
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Originally Posted by Speed4TheNeed
^^ any links you can give us to people who actually have it and discussed it?

yeah i dont think he knows wat he is talking about, and he thinks the power fc is the vtec controller, give us some links and show us
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Speed4TheNeed Aug 8, 4:39am - #243018 

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the fcon pro can be used in place of the power fc.
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VSGTS14 Aug 8, 5:09am - #243019 

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power fc is the only thing

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Speed4TheNeed Aug 8, 5:19am - #243020 

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um, trial uses both the power fc and fcon vpro wave
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Sancho Aug 8, 7:01pm - #243021 

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Originally Posted by Trinidad21112
Is it possible to put a vtec controller in Celica GTS, Since we have a something like a vtec which is out VVTL-I or lift?


I'm no expert, but I think it is possible, but you wouldn't be able to take advantage of lift in the VVTL-I engines. Just what i've heard. idunno

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Haulin_A_Doo Aug 8, 7:10pm - #243022 
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The problem would be interfacing with Toyota sensors & computer.
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ev3 Aug 9, 7:41am - #243023 

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i saw it on a celica in one of our local magazines (im in Australia) and they called it a VVTL-i controller. so i looked at the close-up shots and it was actually a VTec Controller...Clos, i think i would know the difference between the powerfc and a vtec controller.
im also pretty sure i also saw another celica at an autosalon event here with it.
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Speed4TheNeed Aug 9, 8:55am - #243024 

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i just wish it werent a debate and we could view an article or actual celica with it.

recommending a 'maybe' isn't going to help anyone. (and that is not mean to be derrogative to any of these responses...its just a fact)
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