Integra GSR: VTEC

Preview of my integra's vtec... Windows are rolled up and I'm accelerating slowly to show how it well it engages. 1 of 2 videos, justing showing how my VTEC kicks in at 4400rpms... LOUD. This is not a "race video" or anything like that, just a small demonstration. Enjoi :)

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Just showing actual crossover point... 4400rpm In no way am i trying to go fast, this is just to show the vtec crossover