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The BIG BAD LIFT... #306071 Oct 21, 1:47pm Oct 21, 1:47pm
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The BIG BAD LIFT...
I have a question regarding the gts's lift. i not that technically advanced so if im asking a stupid question, please dont hate. my question is...the lift engages at 6k rpms, well is there a way to reprogram so that it would engage at 5k rpms? if it was possible, would it make the car go faster? any downsides? i know ive read something about this before but i cant remember it.


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Re: The BIG BAD LIFT... [Re: SIKZBEEDGTS] #306072 Oct 21, 1:49pm Oct 21, 1:49pm
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Originally Posted by SIKZBEEDGTS
I have a question regarding the gts's lift. i not that technically advanced so if im asking a stupid question, please dont hate. my question is...the lift engages at 6k rpms, well is there a way to reprogram so that it would engage at 5k rpms? if it was possible, would it make the car go faster? any downsides? i know ive read something about this before but i cant remember it.


It is possible. however, it makes the car go slower. There is a HUGE loss in power. Torque curves and what not. thumbsup

Re: The BIG BAD LIFT... [Re: Rocketman] #306073 Oct 21, 2:51pm Oct 21, 2:51pm
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It's a mechanical process unlike VTEC which is elecrical.

Re: The BIG BAD LIFT... [Re: robare99] #306074 Oct 21, 3:01pm Oct 21, 3:01pm
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The apex-i power fc, with the power fc commander. It allows you to adjust the high cam engagement, but like Rocketman said, you loose too much peak power to make it a wise descision. The pfc also allows you to change your rev-limiter, that is much more beneficial for speed. thumbsup

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