2.0L PRL Motorsports 2.0L Honda Civic Intake System Development

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go to the maf scaling tab in Ktuner … highlight the values throughout The rpm and then adjust values by +20 %
This will even out the fuel trims and make it run better
Will that work with the aem cai?

 

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the aem doesn’t need maf adjustments usually … it’s only needed for the K&N short ram intake … your issue sounds like it’s something else then
No issue here, was just curious
 

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whats the diamater of the prl and k&n piping?
 

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go to the maf scaling tab in Ktuner … highlight the values throughout The rpm and then adjust values by +20 %
This will even out the fuel trims and make it run better
go to the maf scaling tab in Ktuner … highlight the values throughout The rpm and then adjust values by +20 %
This will even out the fuel trims and make it run better
could you send me a screenshot from the KTUNER app and circiel what i need to change please. im a beggenir at this i just know how to apply basemaps lol
 


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So you do have the K&N short ram intake ?
Yes I have the K&N short ram (CAI) and a KTUNER 1.2 someone told me i have to datalog before changing the MAP values for anything. i dont know how to change MAP values or datalog since im new to this app
 


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datalog to see how much you need to scale … keep an eye on your short term trim … at idle looks like it’s spot on …
I didn’t scale it yet how do I scale it 20% higher? I can highlight the base map values but I can’t change it all at once
 

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Highlight the “g/s”values after 5 g/s

All the way to the End going right …
Go to Tools then adjust selection
And select adjust by percentage and input the percent you need to correct by …. I recommend you datalog first and see how much you need to add or subtract
 

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Highlight the “g/s”values after 5 g/s

All the way to the End going right …
Go to Tools then adjust selection
And select adjust by percentage and input the percent you need to correct by …. I recommend you datalog first and see how much you need to add or subtract
should i datalog before base map (factory tune) or after basemap
 

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Highlight the “g/s”values after 5 g/s

All the way to the End going right …
Go to Tools then adjust selection
And select adjust by percentage and input the percent you need to correct by …. I recommend you datalog first and see how much you need to add or subtract
and how exactly do i datalog? i have a 2.0 CVT just fyi
 

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datalog to see how much you need to scale … keep an eye on your short term trim … at idle looks like it’s spot on …
I did a datalog for my 16 civic LX (which i attached below as a google drive link). i went through the RPMs of 1.5k, 2k, 2.5k, 3k, 3.5k, 4k and gunned it a few times throughout the log. i was in a residential area so i couldn't do it all at once and they are scattered through the log. a thing i noticed was when i gunned it the MAP number went really high compared to when i just casually went through the RPMS. please take a look at the Data log and tell me what percentage adjustment i have to do. ( i have a K&N CAI and its causing my MPGS to go very very low)


 

 
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