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Old 05-09-2008, 09:10 PM
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I saw another thread talking about this.

So I'm posting a dyno plot of a friend's car that we did back in 2001.
It is 2 consecutive runs with and without the VICS electrical connector disconnected.

It looks like VICS should be active from 3500 to 5600 RPM.

Car was a '99, AVO kit, GT2554, 6 psi, stock exhaust, TEC2 in "parallel" mode - factory ECU was running the VICS.
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looks like having VICS is a good thing.... if im reading that dyno chart correctly.

whos car was this done on? are you in california?
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I'm just gonna throw in the "VICS is not VTCS" here. if you have a 2001-2005, the effect is not the same. That's all.

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the torque difference is astounding
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