Pre-Loaded calibrations

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Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by Haklord21 » Wed Mar 01, 2017 6:12 pm

Im interested in purchasing this for my 2017 civic 1.5L and I was wondering if the flashpro came with some pre set modules or does everything that is done have to be personally tuned?

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Re: Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by volvospeed850 » Wed Mar 01, 2017 9:46 pm

While the FlashPro will come with basemaps, You're best bet is still looking into a professional tune, or using the forum and guidelines to try to tune yourself.

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Re: Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by Hondata » Thu Mar 02, 2017 10:28 am

With the 1.5 turbo there is not that much to tune. Pick the calibration for you intake and go.
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Re: Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by CivicXTony » Wed Mar 08, 2017 12:48 pm

Would the AEM cai be about the same as the Injen cai? Just curious if I should go with the standard tune or the injen tune. Thanks for any info!

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Re: Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by Hondata » Fri Mar 10, 2017 10:01 am

They all vary somewhat, even from how you assemble the intake (the alignment of the tubes affects the air flow meter reading). I'd try the standard calibration and the CAI calibration and see what gives the lowest fuel trims and use that.
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Re: Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by dataSquirrel » Sun Mar 12, 2017 7:49 pm

Any plans to implement a base map that includes the boomba bov?

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Re: Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by Hondata » Tue Mar 14, 2017 10:39 am

Blow of valves that are not bypass types (internal recirculating) cannot be tuned because they release metered air from the intake system. The ECU has no way of knowing how much air is then going into the engine once they operate. I can't tell if the boomba bov is internally recirculating or vent to atmosphere, but it appears to be the latter.
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Re: Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by CivicXTony » Wed Mar 15, 2017 7:57 pm

From what I have read the boomba bov does vent to the atmosphere. I believe it says so on the website. Still an easy bolt on mod to help with boost and sound though!

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Re: Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by Jun43 » Fri Mar 17, 2017 9:53 am

CivicXTony wrote:From what I have read the boomba bov does vent to the atmosphere. I believe it says so on the website. Still an easy bolt on mod to help with boost and sound though!
it does not help with boost. only thing it does is vent to atmosphere instead of recirculating back into the engine

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Re: Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by Hondata » Tue Mar 21, 2017 9:36 am

To be clear: Please do not use blow off valves that vent to the atmosphere.
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Re: Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by VidaDeX » Wed Dec 13, 2017 7:47 am

If I use the "+6PSI tuned" base map calibration will this work with my PRL Cobra RACE CAI? If not can someone send me a calibration that will please. I'm new to the actual tuning culture. I have installed the PRL Motorsports front pipe and downpipe and deleted my mufflers and resonators. Everything else is stock, and yes this includes the clutch. Thank you in advance to whoever reads this!!

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Re: Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by Jun43 » Wed Dec 13, 2017 8:09 am

VidaDeX wrote:
Wed Dec 13, 2017 7:47 am
If I use the "+6PSI tuned" base map calibration will this work with my PRL Cobra RACE CAI? If not can someone send me a calibration that will please. I'm new to the actual tuning culture. I have installed the PRL Motorsports front pipe and downpipe and deleted my mufflers and resonators. Everything else is stock, and yes this includes the clutch. Thank you in advance to whoever reads this!!
You should of gotten the street MAF housing version if you wanted it to be plug and play.

you will need to calibrate the AFM since its a much larger housing than factory
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Re: Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by janemar » Wed Dec 13, 2017 9:23 am

Hondata wrote:
Thu Mar 02, 2017 10:28 am
With the 1.5 turbo there is not that much to tune. Pick the calibration for you intake and go.
I beg to disagree. On my experience with FP +6 base map with a completely bonestock car, AFM calibration is out of whack giving 9 flat AFRs and way too retarded ign. timing. It is actually too retarded that it is affecting coolant temp already(retarded timing = high EGT = extra heat added on the "cooled exhaust" setup.

Best bet is to have it check first by your FP dealer. Not really a "custom tune" per se. But more of an after sales support of a product, check your custumers car if the product you sell to them is working fine on their intended design. - too bad if your local dealer will charge you for that.

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Re: Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by Jun43 » Wed Dec 13, 2017 9:49 am

janemar wrote:
Wed Dec 13, 2017 9:23 am
Hondata wrote:
Thu Mar 02, 2017 10:28 am
With the 1.5 turbo there is not that much to tune. Pick the calibration for you intake and go.
I beg to disagree. On my experience with FP +6 base map with a completely bonestock car, AFM calibration is out of whack giving 9 flat AFRs and way too retarded ign. timing. It is actually too retarded that it is affecting coolant temp already(retarded timing = high EGT = extra heat added on the "cooled exhaust" setup.

Best bet is to have it check first by your FP dealer. Not really a "custom tune" per se. But more of an after sales support of a product, check your custumers car if the product you sell to them is working fine on their intended design. - too bad if your local dealer will charge you for that.
the +6 stock intake calibration is base off Honda oem spec AFM values. Have you datalog with no reflash/tune to see what your fuel trims are? IF it's not within -/+ 10% then your MAF housing is off or misaligned
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Re: Pre-Loaded calibrations

Post by janemar » Wed Dec 13, 2017 10:21 am

My AFM housing and all is aligned.

I think I posted it here somewhere already, basically -10 ave. STFT off.

+6psi fuelling is too rich(9ish) and timing is too retarded(-10 @ WOT) pre custom tune, atleast in my case. Thankfully, I can do my own tune and clean up things a bit.

I think, as bare minimum, local sellers should ask datalogs from clients just to check and see how their car is behaving after a basemap tune. Maybe, at the very least, AFM logs/cals. A quick email exchanges, datalog reading and reporting, $700 well spent.

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