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What tune did you end up running, and having any issues? I got the RV6 catted as well, and plan on getting an intercooler soon, so have been trying to figure out what tune I can use from the OTS selection. Once I get the intercooler, I'll be pretty close to FBO without the PRL charge pipe, so I may just end up going custom, but want to be able to run a OTS tune until then.
I’m on the 91 PRL MAP. I can’t run the 91 Base/HFC, and all 93 (Bass, HFC, PRL) maps without knock. I’m hoping I have bad fuel but we’ll see when I fill up again.





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What tune did you end up running, and having any issues? I got the RV6 catted as well, and plan on getting an intercooler soon, so have been trying to figure out what tune I can use from the OTS selection. Once I get the intercooler, I'll be pretty close to FBO without the PRL charge pipe, so I may just end up going custom, but want to be able to run a OTS tune until then.
We ended up running 91 PRL (least aggressive tune). We're currently trying different fuel to see if there was a bad batch of fuel. Ideally, we should be able to run 93 high flow cat tune.
 
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I’m on the 91 PRL MAP. I can’t run the 91 Base/HFC, and all 93 (Bass, HFC, PRL) maps without knock. I’m hoping I have bad fuel but we’ll see when I fill up again.
We ended up running 91 PRL (least aggressive tune). We're currently trying different fuel to see if there was a bad batch of fuel. Ideally, we should be able to run 93 high flow cat tune.
Excuse my question if it's an easy one, which trackers should I monitor to view knock with Hondata for the Type R? I tried the same ones i had with my SI, but they appear to remain at 0, so I'm likely not watching the correct ones for the Hondata/R
 
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Excuse my question if it's an easy one, which trackers should I monitor to view knock with Hondata for the Type R? I tried the same ones i had with my SI, but they appear to remain at 0, so I'm likely not watching the correct ones for the Hondata/R
You should look at knocks in cylinder 1-2-3-4. I don’t think any default graph has all 4 features in one graph. You’ll have to create your own.
 

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Excuse my question if it's an easy one, which trackers should I monitor to view knock with Hondata for the Type R? I tried the same ones i had with my SI, but they appear to remain at 0, so I'm likely not watching the correct ones for the Hondata/R
In your graph, look at ‘knock retard 1-4’. The numbers show how many degrees of timing was pulled. 1-2 degrees is fine every now and then. If you consistently see 3+ degrees across multiple cylinders, I’d investigate. Your tune may be too aggressive given the fuel you have.
 
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You should look at knocks in cylinder 1-2-3-4. I don’t think any default graph has all 4 features in one graph. You’ll have to create your own.
In your graph, look at ‘knock retard 1-4’. The numbers show how many degrees of timing was pulled. 1-2 degrees is fine every now and then. If you consistently see 3+ degrees across multiple cylinders, I’d investigate. Your tune may be too aggressive given the fuel you have.
Awesome, thanks for that. I've dug a bit into it but could not figure that part out, so I'll start being able to monitor that a little more.
 
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Awesome, thanks for that. I've dug a bit into it but could not figure that part out, so I'll start being able to monitor that a little more.
Ayau was able to ride in the car with me and read the graphs while I was making 4th gear pulls. It was super beneficial to have someone with his knowledge looking at live data.
 

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