OK, I forgive you.
Anyways, the VVL and the original, unmentionable system are really well designed. You know how our stock cams (98-99) are weak overall. The JWT cams kick ass above 4500, are are pretty good above 2600. But below that they aren't smooth at idle or while cruising at 2000-2400rpm. These systems give smooth economic low rpm performance and high-powered upper rpm performance. Of course, if you only have 1.6L, you are going to get your ass kicked until you hit the high cams. And if you against a modded SR20DE your high cams are futile. Sorry, stupid Civic SI owner (my friend immediately dismissed me when I said I could take his stock SI. He didn't even think twice. He is now educated
Just combine our stock (well, lets use a 92 intake cam) cams below 4000rpm with the wolf cams above 4000rpm. Wouldn't that be sweet! hellooooooo VVL.
I wonder if the VVL technology helps Nissan with emissions? We've all seen the 7500rpm limit go to 7100 (boo, hiss) and now 6600 in the 2000 SEntra.
BTW, the lopey idle of the JWT cams is not bad at all, my tach needle barely moves at idle, and I'm not complaining about it.