No vcam on vs off graph, I guess because to get the most out of "vcam off" you also have to make a new tune for that situation. Otherwise it isn't fair.
But from what I can dig up online HKS say there is a shed load torque at low to mid range, and somewhat more at the high end. I suppose more torque means more exhaust volume which then in turn means a slightly earlier spool too. You can see the graph I hot-linked to.. the dotted line is "off".
I listed the mods. I forgot a few. Induction improvements (pods inside a stock looking airbox). Oil cooler. Nismo radiator and thermostat. Hard pipe kit. Nismo timing belt. HKS cam gear on the exhaust cam. 780ps clutch. Stoptech brake kit. Chassis bracing. Coilpacks. Hotter plugs. Fuel rail. Metal gasket.
Abbey it would be great to see any additional information/results from your testings!I think I have a dyno plot of a car with V-cam run with static value,s in the cam map from 9o to 120 degreein 10 degree intervals , to see what works and doesn't. I showed how well the kit worked , will go and have a sort out today while on the dyno.
hum it's interestingAttached is a dyno plot from a RB fitted with a Step B kit , running static value from 100 to 125 degree's cam timing.
Think it shows what the V-cam can do very well. Car was only running 0.8 bar boost , base map to check V-cam benefits , once we had and idea on the cam angles we built a V-cam map.