I’m wanting to know if this was true. I’m looking to rebuild my zc but don’t know what parts to get. A little lost here. Any help would be great!
So we sayin buy parts for a z6? I thought ZCs had more of an aggressive cam than a normal z6.
Jan 16, 2013the zc is a z6 with a bit and i mean a little bit more aggresive cam
Dec 31, 2013everyone always acts like the cams are super different but theyre actually such small differences you wont notice a bit
I know... I know...
This has been covered a million times, but I want to make sure what I've read is correct. A ZC head with a few goodies has become available and I want to make sure that it will work with my Z6.
If I'm not mistaken, the SOHC VTEC ZC is essentially the JDM version of the USDM d16z6, in which case it should work with my z6 (P28 - chipped).
Can someone please confirm this?
Sorry again for the extraordinarily newbish question.
I will take a picture just for you boss.Before doing anything, you need to remove the valvecover and look inside.
The non-vtec ZC engines cam in all sorts of styles from the 80s to 00s.
Yours could easily be the one that is similar to a d16y7 nonvtec. Just because it has a vtec valve cover, doesnt mean squat.
Sorry. 😢. I’m a newbie.
All Dseries are "ZC" motors
There is obd0(A6)
There is twin cams
There is OBD1 vtec and non(z6 and d15b nonvtec)
There is OBD2 vtec and non(y8 and y7)
Heres the scoop. Apologize. Have been busy. But we got pictures guys.d16a1 is dual cam, so no.
Likely says "AT" as in automatic transmission.
Picture of the valvetrain guts will show the scoop
Does it have a VTEC solenoid? Does it have a code cast on the head? Post a pic of the cam
See posted pics belowDoes it have a VTEC solenoid? Does it have a code cast on the head? Post a pic of the cam