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I apologize ahead of time if this has been covered, but while my searches bring up plenty of good information on the older cars and ITB's, very little is to be brought up with the newer ones with VVT.

Currently I own a 2002 6 speed LS, I've looked over turbo's and superchargers, but am honestly just not looking for ultimate power. Plus I have always had a thing for that looks and sound of the ITB's.

My main question of this post is about the management Rev9 gives the option to include for their ITB kit. How are the base maps on there? Are they okay enough to allow for basic instant start up? How about okay enough for even a week of mild driving before being able to get to the tuner?

Other than that, that's about the only question I have left with the Rev9 kit before I order, although if you feel there is anything more worth knowing about it and 01-05 cars, feel free to let me know, the more info the better.
 

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message "Beck" he is PR guy for Chikara Motorsports, they have many vvt itb cars, with the right management it works great. Chikara uses "freedom ecu" and that is fully capable of running vvt and itbs with good base maps. talk to Ken aka "beck" more if your interested.
 

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Drop us an email and we'll answer. We can pretty much do anything with these ECU, our supplier actually has done some for 2002 if I remember.
 

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Sounds wonderful, I plan to be placing a order for the kit in the next ~2, maybe 3, weeks. I'll go ahead and get an email written up with my questions and hopefully have everything taken care by order time.
 

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Hope to hear back from you on how everything works out.
I'm still patiently waiting for just a confirmation that my kit has even shipped. Once I get it though it's going to be a few weeks before I install it, need to round up a few more things first. When it's all in and good though, I'll be sure and say how everything is working out with it.
 
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