Hondata...Flashpro... +6 PSI ... my ongoing review

  1. xmarleyx06

    xmarleyx06 Member

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    Hey there,

    I am running the +9psi PRL CAI (race maf version) and have no issues no clutch slipping at all.
    Its a great tune and the car is a different animal completely.

    It comes down to this... having the car tuned isn't what puts you at a higher risk. Its how you drive the car and how it responds to the things you do.

    If you launch your car every day and cant drive a mile without full throttle, yes your clutch will slip sooner and your putting a lot of load on your turbo and engine. I actually drive my car slower now because it sounds so much better hearing the turbo spool. When I do feel like getting on the gas, I do it for a quick pull in a gear or 2 and back to normal.

    This is considering I am on the most aggressive +9psi..but anyways... I HIGHLY RECCOMEND IT!

    Good Luck
     
  2. VONsic

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    How much does it cost and is there people that can professionally tune it for you? I want that MPG
     
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    That mpg is possible stock. Gotta drive easy, gentle throttle, shift early, use boost sparingly.

    I average 36-42mpg per tank of fuel, depends how much fun I have vs my normal 42 mile each way commute 5 days per week.

    In any case you should buy a hondata or ktuner and flash a map. Completely wakes up these 1.5t engines.
     
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    silverblip Senior Member

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    #214 silverblip, Jun 8, 2019
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  5. Hondanickx

    Hondanickx Senior Member

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    Did anybody used the traction control yet with the +6psi tune ?
     
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