My experience with JEM wasn't great. I won't say any more but with that in mind I would go to Yavuz at Unigroup by everyone's rave reviews.
On stock cams VVT work best on 1600rpm and off at 6000rpm give or take a few hundred, if you have VVT then I'd say use it. Yes you can turn it on or off if you have adjustable ecu.hey,
got my car tuned finally, found a local guy in CBR that did a good job and gave me back some good results. Pumping out 100kw atw. pretty happy with the outcome. Will post some photos later on the dyno specs. One thing though, since i put the new cam gears i noticed a change with VVT. Now it seems that it doesnt kick in at 4krpm like before. The tuner says its in agressive mode all the time... so is that because VVT has been removed or can you choose to have it on or off? i dont mind either way..the car seems to be very responsive but i do miss the change in sound .
yeh it is..other then a fpr n trumpets - pretty standard. What sort of ecu are you running? would that be the difference in the afr curve?Yes. most pull anywhere between 85/90rwkw stock engines with some blacktops making up too 105rwkw.
Is this a stock engine, i have close to perfectly straight afr pegged at 12>1