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Featured My FlashPro experiences and datalogs (boost level and IAT temps with oem IC)

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



  1. mballester89

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    Does anyone knows if this fits 2017 civic hatch cvt?
     
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    How much does the flashpro effect MPG?
    Assuming you just do the smaller tune?
     
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    It's really not much different. Part throttle is unchanged. You have to control your urge to floor it, can be addictive cause it's exciting, that's about it.
     
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    Really, that's interesting.
     
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    My bad guys, I was under the impression messing with the ECU would screw with the warranty. I can just imagine fighting my dealership if for some reason I did have to use the warranty and they saw modifications on the car
     
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    I'm actually interested in this. Can the dealership see if the ECU had been flashed if you bring your car in after using flashpro to tune the car back to factory settings?
     
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    They can see how many times the ecu has been programed but they have no reason to check unless something happened to the engine
     
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    Any knows where is the ecu located for 2017 civic hatch?
     
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    probably in the same spot as the other models by the intake box
     
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    Sport Hatchback.
     
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    Got my FlashPro and it wont lock to my car due to an unrecognized calibration on the ECU already. Not happy and Hondata are closed for the day. Anyone seen this before
     
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    Click on help and send information to Hondata. They will get it fixed asap
     
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    Did that, no where to contact them, only gives me an option for quick support to connect with them by giving them a code while on the phone so they can control the computer. Im sure they will handle it when they open but damn what a bummer.
     
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    If that popped up than you clicked on the wrong one. It's something send information to Hondata. I'm not infront of my computer to see it. A screen should pop up and ask for contact info and description of the problem
     
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    Found it, it wasnt a clickable option until I hooked the Flashpro to the ECU and the computer. Thanks sir!
     
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