Apexi's Power FC will control EVERYTHING about VVTLi on the 2zz engine (and can most likely control everything about VVTi on the 1zz). The trick is finding a tuner with enough skills to utilize all these capabilities to its greatest potential.
well The Long Beach GP is almost here. I wonder if we will see teh ECU modification from Split Second on the celebrity Celicas thsi year? I really wonder if they found out how to do it with all those Corporate Toyota resources.
umm did you read, there is no vvtl-i controller You could get a powerfc that would give you control of it but thats not its main function.. Just adding the powerfc would probably make you lose like 30hp before tuning. You would have to find a shop that is very good at tuning the powerfc and spend some big bucks to get it tuned to your car to yield any decent gains. The chances of being able to take advantage of a lower cam engagement is very slim unless your running some form of forced induction
without tuning just putting the powerfc on wont do anything
I almost want to say that the maps on the powerfc are not stock since it would be hard to get teh exact stock maps from toyota so they are probably close enough though to work in place of the original ecu, I just think without a little tuning right away your going to see a loss