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  1. greg
    September 12, 2016

    My 2000 integra is duel cam so does that mean it is an vtec?

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    • Robert
      January 21, 2017

      Not necessarily, a vtec engine can be single cam or dual cam, the way vtec changes profiles is by building pressure in the engine not by literally changing cams. Usually it will say on the engine “VTEC”

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  2. Ronwin
    January 27, 2017

    Can i put a vtec on my b18 Honda ballade luxline

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  3. A.M. Kirchner
    March 30, 2017

    I have a Honda Civic with a “base” engine that must be replaced.

    If I have it changed to a V-tec engine, can it be done utilizing the existing wiring harness, and the existing ECU ??

    or

    Should I stick with the base engine – since this is NOT a high performance car ??

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  4. A.M. Kirchner
    March 30, 2017

    thank you for your advice.

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  5. Caldwell
    February 3, 2018

    wanting to know is the any difference between a vtec engine block and a non-vtec engine block i went and bought a non-vtec engine and come to find out i have vtec motor they look totaly diffrent so i was just wondering if anyone out there could help me with this problem

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  6. Chad
    November 27, 2018

    The 1.7 blocks are all the same. The difference is in the head, cams, ecu operation and the vtec actuator assembly on the side of the head. The cams have a bigger lobe sandwiched between 2 smaller lobes and its easy to tell. The computer actuated the variable timing on the vtec assembly, which causes the bigger cam lobes to start working. You will need a vtec head complete with cams, and probably swap out the ecu, maybe some splicing in of the vtec plugs if your harness doesn’t have them. Blocks are the same for non and vtec.

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  7. eddy
    October 18, 2020

    can i simply drop in a b20 vtech engine into my integra ?

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