Phearable.net Releases Stage 1.5 Tune For 2016+ Civic 1.5L Turbo NON-SI

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Phearable.net Releases Stage 1.5 Tune For 2016+ Civic 1.5L Turbo NON-SI

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http://www.phearable.net/blog/phearable.net-releases-stage-1.5-tune-for-2016-civic-1.5l-turbo-non-si.html


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Yes!!!! Can not wait to run this on my 20 fk7. Just bought a Ktuner yesterday. This tune will work any intake, any maf housing and downpipe option??
 

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Yes!!!! Can not wait to run this on my 20 fk7. Just bought a Ktuner yesterday. This tune will work any intake, any maf housing and downpipe option??
We support stock, prl street and prl race maf.
 

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We support stock, prl street and prl race maf.
so if I’m currently stock and then add an intake do I have to buy another tune or is it just a option within the tune. I’m new to the ktuner/civic world. I came from the Cobb/Subaru before this.
 

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so if I’m currently stock and then add an intake do I have to buy another tune or is it just a option within the tune. I’m new to the ktuner/civic world. I came from the Cobb/Subaru before this.
Intake would only change things if you initially ordered a street maf tune and then switch to a race maf intake.
 

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I also think a big plus for this tune is the nicely spaced boost levels (15/20/24).
 

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So if you have a Non-Si with an SI turbo AND race maf, which option would you choose (Non-Si or Si)? Still Non-Si for the lowend torque reduction I presume although stock Si clutches don't seem to be able to handle any more torque than a CVT.

I simply want what is going to allow me to accelerate faster. I see the one review comparing it to the TSP tune (which I have as well as two custom tunes on top of that). Really interested in how this toon will perform at the dragstrip vs TSP Stage 1.
 
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So if you have a Non-Si with an SI turbo AND race maf, which option would you choose (Non-Si or Si)? Still Non-Si for the lowend torque reduction I presume although stock Si clutches don't seem to be able to handle any more torque than a CVT.

I simply want what is going to allow me to accelerate faster. I see the one review comparing it to the TSP tune (which I have as well as two custom tunes on top of that). Really interested in how this toon will perform at the dragstrip vs TSP Stage 1.
Phearable Stage 1.5 for the NON-SI is for use with the stock non-si turbo only.
If you use an SI turbo on a NON-SI we would recommend one of our custom remote etunes.
 

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So if you have a Non-Si with an SI turbo AND race maf, which option would you choose (Non-Si or Si)?
I'm sure John Vega will correct me if I'm wrong here but it seems to me you'd have to go custom since you don't have an Si and you don't have a standard issue non-Si either.

Edit: I see John already verified this.
 

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It does. If it didn’t we wouldn’t have released it 👍
Do you know if this would run ok on uk/eu non si platforms? We depend on correct top end maf calibration in order for us to not run rich as our ecu operates in closed loop at WOT.

The TSP was too rich for my ecu :(
 
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Do you know if this would run ok on uk/eu non si platforms? We depend on correct top end maf calibration in order for us to not run rich as our ecu operates in closed loop at WOT.

The TSP was too rich for my ecu :(
We do not support some uk/eu ecus for this specific reason.
We offer remote etuning services which we feel would be best for those ecu applications.
 

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