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  1. 2.0L CivicX 2.0L Tuning - BIG Gains Confirmed For The Second Time

    Most Windows installs nowadays come with FTDI drivers already pre-loaded. In that case it's as simple as running the software and plugging the device in. Be sure to watch the tutorial video for guidance.
  2. How do I switch maps on TSP stage 1?

    Always a good idea!
  3. How do I switch maps on TSP stage 1?

    Honda directly.
  4. My KTuner experience - an ongoing journal

    If you're building a tune and want to map switch, use a Starter 21 instead of Stage 2 to start with.
  5. How do I switch maps on TSP stage 1?

    This would be the correct file for you currently. You unfortunately have not gotten Honda's update to the newer software and won't have additional advanced features until you do. There's also a CVT controller update, which is why you can't run the newer software version by just flashing it in.
  6. 2.0L CivicX 2.0L Tuning - BIG Gains Confirmed For The Second Time

    The TSP tune would not apply to you or be on the device or in the software. You can find a tune for your ECU when you go to File>New Tune
  7. Help understanding this log.

    Deceleration fuel cut is a common thing when your foot is off of the gas pedal.
  8. Help understanding this log.

    29.4 suggests fuel has been cut.
  9. 2.0L CivicX 2.0L Tuning - BIG Gains Confirmed For The Second Time

    There are no TSP tunes in the KTuner software. TSP is a separate company that creates third party tunes. The 2.0NA Civic only has one tune, as outlined on the KTuner application page for the vehicle.
  10. Help understanding this log.

    Flashing to factory would start you off at .9 KC An intake can certainly throw off fuel trims and the factory intake is a great test to see if it's beyond that.
  11. KTuner Extended Testing And Tune Results

    The Stage 1 or Stage 1.1 would work out nicely until you go full bolt-on.
  12. 2020 K20C2 6MT compatability

    Check your ECU number (See "CivicX ECU Location" on google).
  13. Important metrics to monitor in Civic SI?

    The tutorial video shows how to start and stop a datalog along with what to look for as an indicator, if you want to give it another go.
  14. Mapping Q-Ktuner

    TSP sets up their own settings for map switching and their tunes are partially locked, as I'm sure a message indicated to you when you opened it.
  15. Mapping Q-Ktuner

    It's not the tune on the unit that it's reverting to, like Tuning Slot 1 for instance. If you setup the map switching feature in the tune that you uploaded, you can switch on the fly between those options. That defaults to map 1 if you don't have the unit connected...
  16. Important metrics to monitor in Civic SI?

    On board logging via parameters is not enabled by default. It would need to be turned on in order to work. You can manually log at any time and those parameters will not stop the datalog.
  17. Ethanol Sensor Spikes, high 1.30 kctrl, Coolant Gauge Disappearing, and Diagnosis/Fix!

    You disabled ECT2 to use it for flex. It's no longer used in factory capacity. If ECT 1 was affected that's likely due to your wiring issue, which you solved. Not sure what more needs focused on there.
  18. Ethanol Sensor Spikes, high 1.30 kctrl, Coolant Gauge Disappearing, and Diagnosis/Fix!

    Gauge shouldn't be affected. You disabled ECT2 to use Flex and the gauge doesn't rely on ECT2 anyway. No suggestions.
  19. KTuner basemaps for 27WON W1 turbo now available

    They've already been developed and have been in testing. The Si has three ECU codebases. Take a wild guess how many Non-Si has.
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