His profile says it's an SI. Numbers are low but it depends on the dyno... I had a friend making 180 instead of 240 just because aVSA was enabled (on the dyno confusing the ECU), so that's why I'm asking. If the 2 lines are stock vs tuned the gains seems pretty solid.
There are 3 levels of aVSA, if the full retard of that level is reached but the wheels still slipping then you will encounter some amount of throttle pullback, you can minimize throttle pullback by "disabling" traction control.
Installed on @David228cx civic and feels way better, the clutch actuation is more precise and there's minimal engine movement when you left the accel pedal. Vibration is more noticiable at low rpm but once the car is moving the increase is minimal. Definitely waiting for mine to arrive and install.