Sure the HondaJet is nice but does it have VTEC
Maybe Fatlace makes jet-sized stickers
Honda’s cute little business jet just got FAA approval, and we’ll admit that we’re tempted by its engine-over-wing configuration — which ought to cut down on NVH and improve cabin comfort — and its entirely reasonable $4.5 million price tag.
But we’d assumed it wasn’t VTEC-equipped, which was kind of a dealbreaker.
Now, you might think that the HondaJet’s pair of GE Honda HF120 engines, being turbofans, have no need for a variable valve timing and electronic lift control system as such. And we’d have agreed with you — until the video below surfaced. Look closely, and you can see that the plane is actually rolling on stanced Enkei 92s: