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Need for a TB in a Continuous Valve Lift system?

If you had an engine with DI and a true Continual Valve Lift system would you need a Throttle Body?
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Re: Need for a TB in a Continuous Valve Lift system?

Believe BMW has engines that work without a TB. System is called valvetronic. They still have one for redundancy though as well as to provide the initial vacuum (for the PCV valve, etc.) before a pump kicks in. Probably other manufactures have similar systems either currently or in the works.
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