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Well, I just wanna show you guys how my d16z6 with the comp 59300 sounds like. It was due on 2nd gear with my left hand holding the digicam. Third gear sounds even better but since I only got one hand, it was kinda hard so I just let off. acceleration seems slow huh? I think I didn't floor it all the way since I was a bit too busy focusing on the cam. I'll get more vids up if interested. Hope ya enjoy. any question? feel free to ask.

mods are, dc 4-2-1, whale penis, Skunk2 Im, rsr ex-mag.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHQFkK7wDtY 2nd to redline

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RTMyns_uJg 1st to 3rd gear

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paqGxhAYNfA 3rd to redline

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwdMLgQLxmA 2nd to 3rd gear

I just upload it to youtube. can't believe I forgot to add the link, lmao.
 

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never knew how audible sohc vtec was with a cam (or without for that matter...) but now i know - sounds good :)
 

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Sounds good.. Nice and smooth.. Why you have it set so low though? It came in around 4800 right? I would move it about 5300 or 5400 because that cam makes good power on low cam until 5200 or so.. I had it on dyno once..
 

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As for the vtec to engage early, I'm still using a stock p28. I have a hondata s200 right now but I need to get my ecu socketed. I haven't tune it yet so I'm sure when I do, I may gain a few more or 1-2, who knows. B series vtec are always noticeable, even stock haha. Well, I just upload a few more clips so enjoy.
 

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I geuss I;m the only one that thinks thats not a very noticable vtec crossover. Thats how my cammed crossover is. Our cars sound simular. I should get some video of the car.
 

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