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

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    Unfortunately in not making any power with the tsp tunes
     
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    I'm not getting shit
     
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    From reading through other threads the problem seems to be either mechanical or it's you. This has been made clear by other experts.
     
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    Me? Explain
     
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    So... Anyone apart from him?
     
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    #22 gtman, Sep 9, 2019
    Last edited: Sep 9, 2019
    Everyone else has been really pleased with the tune and most of us were running a Starter 21 with aggressive quick adjustments.

    The TSP tune has a different feel than the Ktuner with quick adjustments. Down low, it feels slightly less "snappy" but extremely smooth. After 4,000 rpm the tune really shines. Above 5,000 rpm the oomph continues whereas the Ktuner tune started to give out.

    Basically, it feels closer to a custom tune but at a canned tune price. :)
     
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    Thanks guys!

    I already purchased it. Does it take too long for the tune to get sent?

    I'll share my experiences soon ;)

    BR
     
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    Nah, TSP is great. You will likely have it today.
     
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    Well, I gotta say. I'm surprised.

    It's so much better than the Stage 2 or Starter 21 even with aggressive settings. It feels more refined and soft down low but once you get past 3000 it's madness. It seems to go well with the rest of the mods I have.

    4th and 5th gear ard endless with more power on the upper rpm range. Pair that with the AVSA and it's a small rocket.

    And... if you go soft while cruising, you get even better mpg than before.

    I definitely like it. I reckon the car has to be around 250bhp now, perhaps a bit more...

    I've got:
    K&N filter
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    Custom 2,5'' exhaust.

    Kind Regards
     
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    #26 gtman, Sep 13, 2019 at 5:34 AM
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    It was dyno'd at 219 wheel horsepower so your 250 bhp guess is about right.

    On my CVT, it feels basically the same as your manual but Derek kept it fairly soft up to a higher rpm (more like 3500 rpm) to protect the CVT. At 4,000, it blasts off and continues to pull hard even past 6.000 rpm. Very impressive.

    The KTuner base tunes are good... very good. The TSP takes the refinement to a different level.
     
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    Mine is a manual, and man... best 70 dollars spent on this car, lol

    What mods do you have?
     
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    Just a Stage 1 style PRL /aFe intake setup.
     
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    I wanted to compliment you, I finally tried this tune, I didn't do many miles, but it really surprised me

    It goes really fast
    I agree with the previous comments

    Congratulations, you have been good
     
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