Originally Posted by ssjr0498
However, any smartie can make out that a car with a weight of 985kgs and 106BHP (STOCK FORM) will be faster/quicker than a car which weighs 975kgs but with 94/91 BHP (STOCK FORM) CUZ OF SOMETHING CALLED PWTR AND THE FORMER HAVING A "VTEC". So ideally how can the latter pull away from the former if it were pulling gear to gear??
Please guys,If there is something else I am unaware of please enlighten me.
I did't want to rage a war here though.
Let's not get into battles. Though Shrey, it would help if you did some reading up on Honda's variable valve timing system, as it's not a miracle that you make it out to be when you say " ..former having a VTEC." It was developed initially to compromise between low RPM and high RPM engine performance, to increase overall engine VE. Also, to increase power alongwith fuel efficiency as I think Japan had some sort of tax on engine capacity. Oh well, we'll close the thread now, since it always ends up like this. We will only open it for the videos now, if ever.