TSP Stage 1 for Non-Si Civics - Additionals ECUs Now Supported!

  1. Two Step Performance

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    Thanks to @KTuner and @D-RobIMW we have added support for even more ECU software versions for our TSP Stage 1 Non-Si Tune. New ECU software versions include:

    5AA-A9x
    5AA-L9x
    5AN-A7x
    5AN-A8x
    5AN-A9x
    5AN-AFx
    5AN-AGx
    5AN-AHx
    5AN-AJx
    5AN-C3x
    5AN-C6x
    5AN-C7x
    5AN-CFx
    5AN-CHx
    5AN-E1x
    5AN-G2x
    5AN-L8x
    5AN-L9x
    5AN-LFx
    5AN-LGx
    5AN-LHx
    5AN-LJx
    5AW-G3x
    5AW-G4x
    5AW-G5x
    5AW-G7x

    These are in addition to the many ECUs already supported. Expect these to be live on the site as soon as the server updates later this afternoon.

    https://twostepperformance.com/two-...tage-1-tune-for-2016-honda-civic-1-5t-non-si/
     
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    @Two Step Performance I've been eagerly awaiting this one for a while. Will be buying as soon as it's up.

    5AN-C3x
     
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    Same! Was happy to get the update for on the fly map switching and saw this. Bought mine as soon as TSP updated the page.
     
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    purchase done, now we enjoy:headbang:
     
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    You will love this tune.

    Hey Two Step, thanks for finally posting my review. :)
     
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    My Sport Hatch CVT is 5AN-A63. It's not listed above, but I think I saw it on the website. Can't wait to get my TSP 1 tune.
     
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    Yeah, those were just the new updates. It is on the TSP site already. Your ECU is supported.
     
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    #8 Andre80, Aug 9, 2019
    Last edited: Aug 9, 2019
    Hi, is the Maf curve for European Ecu set with the update?


    When I come back from the Canary Islands:p, I put it on the test bench with my Tuner, on that bench my 1.5 in stage 2 measured 215/8 hp 5240 rmp and 34 kgm 3290 rpm




    Thanks to you and ktuner for updates and support, I also thank this community which is really important for the tenth generation
     
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    The maf curve is customized, I get 10.8 - 11 AFR at WOT with the TSP tune (EU ECU) so much better than starter21 without maf scaled.
     
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    Glad I bought this for my 6MT sport hatch. I was driving on the ktuner base map 21psi for a week before I bought this and it was a big difference
     
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    Please help
     

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    I'm among those whose ecu just got added and I am thinking about getting this.

    I have a few additional mods:
    K&N filter with stock intake
    Custom 2,5'' exhaust
    PRL intercooler

    Will I be able to get more power out of this tune because of that? Or will those just get the car not so fined tuned?

    I am currently running Starter 21 with some tweaks.

    BR
     
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    You will get more power out of this tune regardless of your mods. It's totally worth the price.
     
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    But wouldn't that cause it to run too rich or too lean?
     
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    I'm not sure I have enough knowledge to answer that question, however, just make sure you are watching your fuel trims through datalogging. I have the stock intake/filter and my LTFT is between -1 and -4.
     
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