There's a couple reasons it won't happen. For one, there's only so much you can do with the normally aspirated engine. For example, KTuner only offers one base map compared to the numerous maps of the turbo models. Hondata doesn't even bother.
The main reason is that from a business point of...
So the OP said "needed" mods.
I agree on KTuner and the better tires.
Intercooler is a nice upgrade, no doubt, but not absolutely necessary. I've done pretty well without one in the past 3+ years being tuned. Oil catch can not so much. Clutch, it really depends on the power of the tune and...
Just my opinion, so take that for what it's worth. You can't go wrong with either car.
Don't rely on other people's opinions. Get the car that best suits your needs.
For example, do you often have 3 or 4 passengers? The Accord would be better.
Want to spend less on gas? The Civic.
The link I posted with you agreeing with me and JR was the only thing regarding this I had seen you post. Never saw this video before. My apologies.
Let's have KTuner verify this new info so we can clear up the confusion.
Yeah, that's the thing. Knock Control while mostly a reflection of fuel quality also is affected by things like ambient temps and load.
I just wish TSP or Phearable would release a paid update that included the artificial knock rise disable feature.
Short term fuel trims fluctuate wildly but + or - 10% is the range you want to be in mostly. Long term fuel trims should ideally be close to 0 but in the real world, anything up to around the + or - 7% range is acceptable.
Even going back to the early 10th gen tuning days of Vit in 2017, he mentions IAT1 being at the MAF:
Now of course we're talking about North American vehicles.
^ What he said.
Arrowspeed, this is the third time I've seen you tell everyone they're wrong. I guess you may want to tell JR from KTuner he doesn't know what he's talking about, too. He's stated numerous times IAT1 is pre and IAT2 is post.