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Discussion in 'Engine / Exhaust / Transmission / Tuning' started by dc2turbo, Dec 16, 2016.



  1. dallasjhawk Senior Member

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    Get my FlashPro today. I was down to 20 miles left in my tank and remembered to fill it with 93. Im guessing 93 is ok even though hondata high octane tune is 91? Man I cant wait to load the first calibration this evening, going to run the civic tuned high. No intake yet, probably ordering the mishimoto this week
     
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    By factory map, do you mean the tuned +3psi? I dont see "stock Equivalent" for the CVT like I see for the MT? IS there a return to stock somewhere that I am missing?

    CVT No Stock.jpg

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    0-60mph Stock map with InJen intake 9-11psi
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    FlashPro High Tuned Map with Injen SRI
    traction control kicked on for a sec on this run
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    Sorry, I fogot to turn off the radio.
     
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    Click on online then return to factory
     
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    93 will be fine and run better
     
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    Sweet, I couldnt remember how I did it on my 8th since its been a couple years. Your posts and videos have me excited. Waiting impatiently for the delivery man to arrive.
     
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    I figured as much, once I get the intake, Ill either get Vit to tune it, or run it over to my local fp tuner and have them tune it for 93 with intake
     
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    I plan on getting both eventually, but what would give you the best bang for your buck? A SRI or a tune?
     
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    Tune by far
     
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    What technique are you using to launch? I have the CVT, but having trouble getting it to launch without bogging or simulating shifts.
     
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    no technique, just step on the gas and go. Too cold for the tires to grip to brake and gas to launch it
     
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    So you're getting 5.7 seconds 0-60 without launching? That's pretty crazy. What's the pull feel like on 19 psi?
     
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    When I goofing around, Ill put the brake hold on at a red light, drop it to "S" and then just hammer down until I hit the speed limit. Never bogs or "shifts" funny on me. Ill try it when I get my flashpro this afternoon.
     
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    tiny turbo = fast spool. launching isnt really necessary but it would help. Like I mentioned before, the time is probably a bit off. It's a benchmark for myself to see if there's any improvement.

    It's no 400hp car but you can feel it slightly push you back into your seat. another words your butt dyno will feel the difference from the factory map
     
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