TSP Flex Fuel PNP Kit + Stage Civic Si 2 Tune Combo Sale - 270whp / 327tq!

  1. Two Step Performance

    Two Step Performance Senior Member
    Elite Sponsor

    Joined:
    Apr 24, 2018
    Posts:
    382
    Thanked:
    557
    Location:
    USA
    Car(s):
    2017 Civic Si
    AREA, charleswrivers and WOPSiWOT thanked this.
  2. bahndrvr

    bahndrvr Senior Member

    Joined:
    Jul 7, 2017
    Posts:
    486
    Thanked:
    284
    Occupation:
    100% Disabled Vet and CyberSecurity Manager
    Location:
    Melbourne, Fl
    First Name:
    Trevor
    Car(s):
    2017 Civic Si White Orchid Pearl, 1983 Foxbody 4 eye Notchback
    Wow, great deal - considering buying and not installing until I can afford the clutch, after 32k miles most of which on Vit Stg1 and your TSP stg 1 clutch is starting to slip...

    Ugh, decisions decisions...
     
  3. charleswrivers

    charleswrivers Senior Member

    Joined:
    Nov 3, 2017
    Posts:
    1,969
    Thanked:
    1,750
    Occupation:
    EMNC(SS)
    Location:
    Kingsland
    First Name:
    Charles
    Car(s):
    '14 Odyssey EX-L '18 Civic SI Sedan '94 300zx twin turbo 2001 Ford F-150 Sport
    Pretty cool. The stock turbo is really showing it's tapped out up top... but the midrange is impressive. Hope you sell a pile of them.

    My old lady's still content w/stage 1 (and if anyone w/an Si hasn't tried it yet... whadderyouwaitinfer!?). If she says she's getting used to it/bored, I'll throw more money your way.
     
    BoostedDreams thanked this.
  4. OP
    Two Step Performance

    Two Step Performance Senior Member
    Elite Sponsor

    Joined:
    Apr 24, 2018
    Posts:
    382
    Thanked:
    557
    Location:
    USA
    Car(s):
    2017 Civic Si
    Our stock has been replenished. Lots of happy Flex Fuel customers! Get it while the getting is good! :thumbsup:
     
  5. ApexEight

    ApexEight Senior Member

    Joined:
    Jul 13, 2018
    Posts:
    195
    Thanked:
    71
    Location:
    Atlanta, GA, USA
    First Name:
    Anthony
    Car(s):
    2008 Honda Civic Si sedan
    What ethanol percentage was the dyno tested car at and is there any concern for the Si's engine internal strength at these power levels? Thanks!
     
    AREA thanked this.
  6. BoostedDreams

    BoostedDreams Senior Member

    Joined:
    Apr 15, 2018
    Posts:
    630
    Thanked:
    354
    Location:
    South East Florida
    First Name:
    Heisenburg
    Car(s):
    2018 Si Sedan
    I believe they mentioned 35% and to use 30-40%. Wonder if there is any benefit staying at 40 vs 30 though?
     
  7. D-RobIMW

    D-RobIMW www.imwtuned.com

    Joined:
    Oct 15, 2017
    Posts:
    228
    Thanked:
    562
    Location:
    Carlisle, PA
    First Name:
    Derek
    Car(s):
    2017 Civic Si, 1993 Toyota MR2, 2001 Integra Type R, 2019 RDX A-Spec
    37% is technically 100% advance/boost adder in the tables.
     
  8. charleswrivers

    charleswrivers Senior Member

    Joined:
    Nov 3, 2017
    Posts:
    1,969
    Thanked:
    1,750
    Occupation:
    EMNC(SS)
    Location:
    Kingsland
    First Name:
    Charles
    Car(s):
    '14 Odyssey EX-L '18 Civic SI Sedan '94 300zx twin turbo 2001 Ford F-150 Sport
    #8 charleswrivers, Feb 12, 2019
    Last edited: Feb 12, 2019
    The threads been around quite for a while and never took off like the stage 1 thread. Still... how are people liking their stage 2s? I assume a higher cost of entry for the flex fuel and the almost certain need for a new clutch has made this sell far fewer than stage 1 but it still looks intriguing. Just curious on people's take on it.
     
  9. BoostedDreams

    BoostedDreams Senior Member

    Joined:
    Apr 15, 2018
    Posts:
    630
    Thanked:
    354
    Location:
    South East Florida
    First Name:
    Heisenburg
    Car(s):
    2018 Si Sedan
    Loving it. It’s helping me eat away at my all seasons so i can get some proper tires fitted ASAP
     
    charleswrivers thanked this.
  10. 10GenPearlSi

    10GenPearlSi Old Man

    Joined:
    Jan 12, 2018
    Posts:
    428
    Thanked:
    316
    Location:
    Houston, Tx
    First Name:
    Bob
    Car(s):
    2018 Pearl Si
    I love it! Always on Map 3 sport mode. Trying to destroy clutch so I can get a good clutch.
     
    charleswrivers thanked this.
  11. charleswrivers

    charleswrivers Senior Member

    Joined:
    Nov 3, 2017
    Posts:
    1,969
    Thanked:
    1,750
    Occupation:
    EMNC(SS)
    Location:
    Kingsland
    First Name:
    Charles
    Car(s):
    '14 Odyssey EX-L '18 Civic SI Sedan '94 300zx twin turbo 2001 Ford F-150 Sport
    Your clutch angry and slipping or is it holding/holding with you babying it?

    I'm on stage 1 and haven't had any slippage in about 6 months of using it. Despite what a lot of folks say... since it isn't slipping and wearing/glazing... I also don't necessarily expect it's all of a sudden going to start after all this time. I also have no illusions that it would hold at this this tune, though with my driving style... it might still be possible because I really don't let boost build much under ~3000 RPMs unless, you know... I'm trying to get through 1st.

    As much as folks harp on the clutch being bad... and I'm not saying it isn't well deserved... I wouldn't expect any stock clutch to necessarily hold out once you're pushing an additional 70% of torque beyond stock.
     
  12. 10GenPearlSi

    10GenPearlSi Old Man

    Joined:
    Jan 12, 2018
    Posts:
    428
    Thanked:
    316
    Location:
    Houston, Tx
    First Name:
    Bob
    Car(s):
    2018 Pearl Si
    Neither. I am not babying it, however, I don't do stupid things with my clutch. I just try to drive it aggressively with proper clutch operation. It is holding fine so far.:hmm:
     
    charleswrivers thanked this.
  13. NoKz

    NoKz Speed Limit Tester

    Joined:
    Jul 23, 2018
    Posts:
    642
    Thanked:
    754
    Location:
    SoCal
    Car(s):
          2018 Si Coupe   2019 Si Sedan   2000 K24 Integra
    Throw on a FP and DP. Go FBO and It'll start slipping LOL.
     
  14. charleswrivers

    charleswrivers Senior Member

    Joined:
    Nov 3, 2017
    Posts:
    1,969
    Thanked:
    1,750
    Occupation:
    EMNC(SS)
    Location:
    Kingsland
    First Name:
    Charles
    Car(s):
    '14 Odyssey EX-L '18 Civic SI Sedan '94 300zx twin turbo 2001 Ford F-150 Sport
    Sounds similar to how I drive. That's good. I haven't (nor has my wife) gone "the car feels slow again" after ~6 months on TSP stage 1, but this seems the next logical step.

    I'd seen a custom tuned car w/an intake on another thread that had an aftermarket intake, though I think that was it... so it isn't directly comparable. Still, that car's power was a little flatter with a little less of a decline up top... possibly from the intake... possibly from being able to work in a little more timing and work out a bit more installed margin that they have with a flash tune to keep the cars safe... probably a little of both.

    Still, most of what that car had so far as the shape of the curve (not caring about numbers... different cars, locations, dynos, etc)... this looks to have.
     
  15. ParkwayDrive13

    ParkwayDrive13 Senior Member

    Joined:
    Nov 5, 2017
    Posts:
    193
    Thanked:
    164
    Location:
    Kansas City, KS
    First Name:
    Quentin
    Car(s):
    10th Gen Ralley Red SI
    Absolutely love it! I've been running it for a few months now. The only complaint I have, which has nothing to do with the PnP Kit, or the Stage 2 tune, is that the ethanol content in my area consistently runs around e65-75. Makes it a little tricky getting it to the proper blend haha.

    I will mention though, that I had to modify the plug that's included with the kit that plugs into the ECT2 plug in the wiring harness. What I ended up doing was cutting off the tabs on the side of the plug so it can not only clip in properly, but fit into the factory plug.
     
    BoostedDreams thanked this.
Loading...

Share This Page

Loading...