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Old 07-23-2009, 11:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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It is probably going to sound stupid but I picked up a VAFC while I was at the breakers. I got it on the cheap so it made sense. However I am not going to be using it on a VTEC. What I am wanting to know is if anyone knows if the VAFC can be used universally? I have been told that they have the same set-up as the SAFC however it also has the VTEC crossover adjustment. If that is true then I will be fine but I was hoping someone with one would chime in about it.

Specifically when you go to set up the pressure sender type that I need PR-1 where all Honda VTEC's use PR-6. I was wanting to use it to adjust for some larger injectors.

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No, You need the AFC for non and VAFC for vtec. Sorry, I wanted to know the same thing but opposite.
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I think it will work as long as you do not hook any of the vtec wireing up.

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I am pretty sure you can but I want to know for sure. As long as it has the same Pressure sender type as the safc then there shouldn't be a problem.

The are four types of Pressure senders. PR, FLap, HW, Karman. If on a VAFC it has this range of options then it should work just fine.Thanks
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