Valve matic vs VVT-i

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Shaka

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#4
Valvematic is a new technology in toyota engines which have replaced VVTi engines in 2009. it is more efficient in fuel consumption and gives more power.
 
#5
there is no much difference between the two, valvematic is an improvement on the "Variable Valve Timing" with intelligence technology, so you will expect to get 5-10% difference in fuel economy and 10% in power output....meaning vavematic is better than VVT-i
 

kender9

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#6
What r we comparing asshole?
Weka picha ya engine parts.
Listen here U demented, haram airhead, my question was not directed to mumo like U, mwenye interest zake tu ni porn, kuombaomba pocket money from paros to buy 2nd generation pombe, n mogoka. I was addressing real people.
 

kender9

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there is no much difference between the two, valvematic is an improvement on the "Variable Valve Timing" with intelligence technology, so you will expect to get 5-10% difference in fuel economy and 10% in power output....meaning vavematic is better than VVT-i
there is no much difference between the two, valvematic is an improvement on the "Variable Valve Timing" with intelligence technology, so you will expect to get 5-10% difference in fuel economy and 10% in power output....meaning vavematic is better than VVT-i
S.O.S thanks for the advice though am 100% sure I had seen that almost word for word from the Internet, I was hoping to get something for a layman's understanding e.g. Gari ya Vvti 2000cc inakunywa ngata ya 1800 from Nai to Naks while ya Valvematic inakunywa ngapi, in terms of maintenance ni gani expensive to......... You get me?
 

vincelly

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Listen here U demented, haram airhead, my question was not directed to mumo like U, mwenye interest zake tu ni porn, kuombaomba pocket money from paros to buy 2nd generation pombe, n mogoka. I was addressing real people.
Really?what u gonna do abt it?
 

Shaka

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#15
i don't you would notice much difference between the two in fuel consumption. Fuel consumption is determined by many other factors making the 5% difference not that significant
 
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