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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.



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    YES, absolutely
     
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    Noticed you have a touring, is it a 17? I saw a note from Hondata to not use the update on 17 Touring yet

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    Is that it? Where is the ecu#, I don't see it, I do think even know what to look for. Do I have to look for # and letter, how many digits? Sorry guys I don't know much about this stuff that's why I'm asking here so you guys can help me out. Thanks

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    It's on the other side, in between the ECU and the Airbox, at the bottom. It is nearly impossible for me to see with the Mishimoto intake in there. I just pulled the trigger and hoped for the best.
     
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    Just tske your cell camera down there and snap a pic
     
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    Haha, that is the first thing I tried, It is way to tight of a fit unfortunately. I have a small mirror on a stick that I may be able to use. But I haven't had the time to try.
     
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    bump
     
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    Thanks. I'm gonna try that when I get home.
     
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    Yeah, I knew you had experience with it, just didnt know what was up with the 17 touring that he said dont use it. So weird how sometimes it all just goes haywire. They'll figure out for sure
     
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    How accurate is that 0-60? 5.7 seems too good to be true. Would it be possible to get additional testing done using other methods?
     
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    click on the link and you can watch a video on a 6second run

    The datalogs are readings from the ECU. I'm going by 0-60mph from the speed sensor(vss). As stated before how accurate it is who knows. It's a benchmark for me to see if there was any improvement from stock. With factory map, I ran a 7 second. On FlashPro, I ran 5.7-6.1 on 93 octane. So it's a 1 second improvement for me
     
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    What makes it completely different is sea level, and the conditions
    its definitely pretty accurate. Win :thumbsup:
     
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    It would be interesting to compare knock sensor readings after some more seat time on the modified setting, and compare it to the old 87 readings. Thanks for posting , great info !
     
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    Sea level is part of it, but any tuner will tell you, it would vary from my SI to my neighbors SI. The tunes wouldnt work the same in each car.
     
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    I got to run around town today with some decent weather and my goodness, the way this thing pulls with that +6psi tune is awesome. Its such a difference. I cant wait for my intake and custom tune. The butt dyno says yes the FP made it faster already
     
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