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Old 12-24-2007, 10:23 PM
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car smokes when v-tech kicks in

hey anyone know why my lude smoke when the v-tech kicks in
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Becuase when vtec kicks in, it gets very rich. Its not damaging, just fuel-consuming.
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Old 12-24-2007, 10:28 PM
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k thanks just making sure would it be black smoke
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Old 12-24-2007, 10:29 PM
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Well...these cars consume oil like mutha fukkas anyways...but smoking isnt good, no matter if you're in vtec or not. Smoke means way too rich and/or burning oil. Head gasket maybe? I know I know...I'm a worst-case kinda thinker
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alright how could i fix it if it is rich
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Black smoke - rich fuel
White smoke - coolant
bluish smoke - oil

black smoke does not mean its bad, its just more fuel used than needed and it is done that way to make the motor less prone to detonation.
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you can fix it with crome or hondata tuning. Some people will say use VAFC, but i highly suggest against that. If you are pretty stock right now, don't worry about it.
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k thanks just got the lude on sat so i am steadly finding small inperfections

yeah i am completly stock
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H22's run rich. Unless something else is wrong, then you're alright.
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White smoke - coolant
White smoke is fine, its condensation and is normal, if its PURE white like clouds then you have problems, and yes your burning coolant, most likely a head gasket.
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White smoke is fine, its condensation and is normal, if its PURE white like clouds then you have problems, and yes your burning coolant, most likely a head gasket.
Nice one man, most people get that mixed up and freak out in the winter when there car is just warming up and a white smoke comes out. A++ today for you.
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I thought that blue smoke was an electrical hazard Oh, and it is VTEC dude lol
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is it normal for me to be going through lots of oil ? i think im going through about a litre a month and i had an oil change and the guy said there was no leak...is that normal ?
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is it normal for me to be going through lots of oil ? i think im going through about a litre a month and i had an oil change and the guy said there was no leak...is that normal ?
if you vtec it alot then yea...vtec burns oil
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yea if I'm not mistaken vtec uses oil pressure, and the H22's are notorious for burning oil. The more often you cross over into vtec the more oil youre going to consume; its the way of the h22-world
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yeah, i just changed over to a 10w-40 so it wont burn as easily, cuz i vtec it a good amount of times in between normal oil changes....i did use 5w-30 at first and then 10w-30 and still burned easlily....so ill see how 10w-40 handles the pressure...
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I noticed black smoke a lot too..but i also noticed that it does it only when your oil level is very low. so it could be any or a combination of the above. try using a fully synthetic oil like gtx magnatec or lucas oil - it contains an oil stabliser which makes ur engine run quieter
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yea im switching to synthetic next time i have to change oil....all vtec burns oil which is why they came up with ivtec, it doesnt burn oil
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I dont think there is much difference between vtec and ivtec..or perhaps i could be wrong
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I dont think there is much difference between vtec and ivtec..or perhaps i could be wrong
iVTEC is VTEC but with cam timing. The computer advances or retards the timing as needed. Here's a more in deth look of iVTEC though for anyone who cares to know.

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If you are planning on switching from regular oil to pure synthetic, I recommend doing a smooth transition into it. In other words, if you have been running regular oil in the motor since it was brand new, I would do 1 or 2 (at least) oil changes with synthetic BLEND before going over to pure synthetic. I've been using valvoline's synthetic blend 10w-40 and it seems to have helped a bit with the smoking in vtec problem. Also, this is very common with ludes for a few reasons. Not only does vtec consume oil, but H22s are known to have fairly weak piston rings, and there's a good chance you could be getting a little bit of blow-by. I had that problem with my #1 cylinder when I first got my car, I used that "Motor Restore" stuff in my last oil change and that seemed to help too. It also lessened my "piston slap".
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good idea...i went from synthetic to traditional oil (dont ask why because i dont know) in my jeep without a gradual transition and i think that may be why it knocks now heh
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Nice one man, most people get that mixed up and freak out in the winter when there car is just warming up and a white smoke comes out. A++ today for you.


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Yeah that white smoke happened to me before but thankfully I found out it was the coolant but yeah does the coolant have anything to do by how long the motor takes to heat up because sometimes I have to wait 10-15 min before hearing that beautiful sound after 5100 rpms.. or is it just me?
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By white smoke, you mean out the tail pipe? Thats a blown head gasket. As for the warming up part not too sure but I think it is a sensor that measures engine temp. Usually on start up your car will rev at a higher rpm, this is more like a electronic choke so to speak. Once that rpm comes down its warmed up and VTEC should be able to kick in.
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yeah, i just changed over to a 10w-40 so it wont burn as easily, cuz i vtec it a good amount of times in between normal oil changes....i did use 5w-30 at first and then 10w-30 and still burned easlily....so ill see how 10w-40 handles the pressure...
you'll whp and it is proven ( seen it on a dyno chart for a civic )
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yea im switching to synthetic next time i have to change oil....all vtec burns oil which is why they came up with ivtec, it doesnt burn oil
I'm going to tell you right now its going to drink it like I drink beer man. Dont use synthetic oil in a h22
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