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Old 09-27-2006, 02:05 PM   #1
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Variable valve timing??

does anyone have any links for variable valve timing and its current or future uses in motorcycles........thx
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mmm the power of VTEC... many things will come of this!
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honda wasnt the first one...... ricers and their "vtec" stickers....oh well the more stickers the more hp right :laughing6 , back on topic.......

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Variable_valve_timing
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There were some Honda VFR Bikes that had Vtec. On inline 4 bikes, it is just more weight/complexity and not really worth it.
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i think it is standard on the VFR now. On the most current model they raised the point at which it activates in the rev range. It was a common complaint that it would usually occur while accelerating through a corner.
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