Originally Posted by Casper1612
We had a Fairmont in the garage and some other Aussie car with a VVT 5.4 liter in it. I couldn't tell what it was because it was all camoflauged.
Er, the 220 V8 is VCT, not VVT. Difference between the two I believe is VCT controls advance and retardation, and VVT controls period valve opening.
EG: standard Corolla = VVT-i, Variable Valve Timing, Sportivo Corolla = VVTL-i, Variable Valve Timing and Lift (greater valve clearance during opening period.
Falcon VCT (I6 or 220 V8) controls Advance and Retardation of Degrees BTDC (Before Top Dead Center) and the like. for valve openning, but the during of opening is the same (contrasted with VVT which has longer opening/closing but same timing).
I could be way off though