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no-vtec to vtec question

Old 10-Sep-2003, 10:53 PM
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no-vtec to vtec question

ok if i do a mini me setup on my D16y7 using Y8 manifold and head. do i need to change the Distrubitor or rewire it, or does it work the same? from some people i heard its diffrent...
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there is no changes needed to the distributor
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thanx for the help
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you need a ecu, or shift light or rpm activate switch to get vtec to engage.. +ve
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