Yes, S-VCM will automatically disengage if it senses the engine coolant temperature reaches a dangerous level (around 207-210°F). VCMTuner II does the same thing. Neither S-VCM nor VCMTuner II actually interfere with functioning of the cooling system - they just allow the van to raise hell as it normally would if an overheat is imminent. Regardless of which one you choose, if your van actually overheats (which isn't actually very likely - the Odyssey has a very capable cooling system) you will see that coming in real time on the coolant gauge, along with the other warnings that would happen if VCM weren't disabled.Will SVCM disengage when operating temperature goes up? And restore real operating temperature so the car won’t overheat.My concern is overheating without showing correct temperature from the gauge.
Yes, as far as I know it is still available and it's still an awesome choice.What about the original VCM Muzzler II? Is this not available anymore?
Directly from their manufacturers' websites is the best way to go regardless of your location. The S-VCM controller is made in Canada and the VCMTuner II is made in the US. Google whichever one you want and they will come right up.Ok thanks, where's the best place to buy either of those from Canada?
Thanks CroMath!Directly from their manufacturers' websites is the best way to go regardless of your location. The S-VCM controller is made in Canada and the VCMTuner II is made in the US. Google whichever one you want and they will come right up.
If you want a VCMuzzler II or a MaxMuzzler, then the best buying method is to DM either @verbatim (for a VCMuzzler II) or @maxud (for a Max Muzzler) right here at Odyclub. They are both active forum members and extremely knowledgeable and helpful. And if you reach out to them from here, it's cheaper because you can avoid paying eBay's fees that way.