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Originally Posted by Torque
I was just dropped off here by aliens one day. They got bored with me.
| Originally posted by 4evrwyntr@Apr 12 2005, 03:15 PM |
Cool. So single VANOS and the limited V-Tec Work on intake, but what about double VANOS (a la eurospec e36 m3)? That's intake and exhaust, right? What are the other companies' versions of variable valve timing called?
| Originally posted by ILiveToRide+Apr 12 2005, 04:56 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(ILiveToRide @ Apr 12 2005, 04:56 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-4evrwyntr@Apr 12 2005, 03:15 PM |
Cool.* So single VANOS and the limited V-Tec Work on intake, but what about double VANOS (a la eurospec e36 m3)?* That's intake and exhaust, right?* What are the other companies' versions of variable valve timing called?
| Originally posted by 4evrwyntr@Apr 19 2005, 11:00 AM |
Any difference between the two (WT vs. WTi)?
And I know, lots of questions, but I AM rather new to the whole car thing (only really got interested after doing some information gathering on my now currently owned bmw pending further monthly installments)...
What benefits does variable valve timing give (number-wise)? I can guess it also depends on the kind of VVT (like porsche's vs. the V-Tec), but is the difference noticeable?
Seeing that the last two cars I drove had VANOS, I'm not sure if I could tell the difference (1995 had VANOS, right?).
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