Newly available quick adjustments for TSP Stage 1 and Stage 2 Tunes! (Throttle Responsiveness and Padding)

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Is this feature available to ECUs marked as "initial supported"?
As of today this is only available for Si models, which are all fully supported at this time. We can look forward to KTuner offering these options on non-Si ecus on future updates.





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As of today this is only available for Si models, which are all fully supported at this time. We can look forward to KTuner offering these options on non-Si ecus on future updates.
it’s available the k20c2 6 speed now....
Just downloaded the ktuner ver 1.09.10
Now with throttle padding ...
 
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it’s available the k20c2 6 speed now....
Just downloaded the ktuner ver 1.09.10
Now with throttle padding ...
Nice! Thanks for sharing that with us.
 

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As you may already be aware, the turbo responsiveness setting is exclusive to non-Si models. While it is not applicable for the Si update, it is certainly something we are looking at for the non-Si variants.
Not to highjack but I hear a non si update may be coming, has it been talked about allowing boost by gear adjustments, like for 1st and 2nd for us CVT users?
 

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Not to highjack but I hear a non si update may be coming, has it been talked about allowing boost by gear adjustments, like for 1st and 2nd for us CVT users?
BBG's been available since day one. :cool:

I'm hoping the new update allows us CVT guys to adjust throttle response and part throttle turbo responsiveness. Fingers crossed. Those two things would really make the TSP tune near perfect.
 
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I've actually asked both JR and TSP privately and all I'm basically hearing is that there are many non-Si ECU's to get to (which is true). I asked JR if they could maybe release updates in batches of ECU's.

All I know is, it's a waiting game at this point. :confused:
 

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I've actually asked both JR and TSP privately and all I'm basically hearing is that there are many non-Si ECU's to get to (which is true). I asked JR if they could maybe release updates in batches of ECU's.

All I know is, it's a waiting game at this point. :confused:
Hats off to them for even making tunes for us but I agree with you. If you could change the throttle and turbo response along with the TSP tune that would be perfect.
 

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Hats off to them for even making tunes for us but I agree with you. If you could change the throttle and turbo response along with the TSP tune that would be perfect.
I've asked for allowing us to adjust part throttle responsiveness like we can on the KTuner starter tunes (in addition to throttle response). No doubt in my mind it would improve the sluggish low end feel non-Si owners often complain about.

But I understand where JR is coming from too. He basically said that it might change the character of the tune and that it's the tune designers right to keep it locked. So while we should see the non-Si throttle adjustment, we may not get that part throttle turbo adjustment.
 
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