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

  1. D-RobIMW

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    The only intake that should be used with the "Race" version is the PRL Cobra with "Race" MAF housing.
     
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    When are more ECU's being added?
     
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    I would advise filling up with the highest octane fuel in your area prior to flashing. I just received my TSP stage 1 file a few days ago and I wasn't too happy right off the bat. But man, once the the 93 octane made it's way to the rails and the ECU started learning, I was in for a wild ride. This thing flat out screams. All of the previous comments about softness and smoothness under 3000 rpm are completely correct. The car feels superbly balanced with a very smooth power curve. My only mod is the Takeda Momentum Airbox and Pro Dry S filter and I'm surprised how well it works with the tune. Bottom line, very impressed with this tune from D-Rob and Two Step Performance!
     
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    #35 Dirt, Dec 6, 2019 at 2:10 PM
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    This and the acuity short shifter assembly with upgraded cable bushings if you have a manual is all you need for mods IMO. 2k+ in getting full bolt ons isn't worth the extra 15whp. Better off getting lighter wheels and a stickier tire to get traction with this tune. I was about to make a thread about my experience but it's better off just buying this tune for yourself to test and call it a day.
     
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    The TSP tune will only make the advertised power on 93 octane so there's that. Higher octane mean lower K. Control and less timing retard.
     
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