1kperday at gmail.com
Mon Mar 12 22:21:51 PDT 2007
My whole problem is VVT is completely unnecessary on that engine. It's
tech for tech's sake and adds weight, complexity, cost, and a hassle
when adjusting valves (how much is TBD).
The ZX-14 is not what anyone would call down on power, even in stock
form, and if you remove the secondary throttle butterflies and add a
PCIII, it's a friggin' MONSTER from bottom to top of the rev range.
On 3/12/07, Steve Northrop <blackgpz at rochester.rr.com> wrote:
> I wonder if they're having trouble with the variable valve timing in the
> engine. They're supposed to be using a system similar to Toyota's VVTi,
> putting a servo on the end of the intake cam, letting the ECU advance or
> retard it. If they get it right, it will be the only motorcycle with this
> type system on it and will be vastly superior to Honda VTEC for
> driveability, mileage and emissions.
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