FlashProManager V1.1.8.5 (beta)

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Re: FlashProManager V1.1.8.5 (beta)

Post by SaiHayashi » Mon May 16, 2011 12:16 pm

another bug report:

in New Calibration, sometimes it will show more vehicle choices (FN2 Euro Civic Type R Asia, CRZ) and other times not.

a screenshot of both instances.
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Re: FlashProManager V1.1.8.5 (beta)

Post by mucter » Mon May 16, 2011 12:41 pm

Hahahaha. LOL at it showing the CRZ and the TSX V6. Derek, showing your hand early eh?

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Re: FlashProManager V1.1.8.5 (beta)

Post by Croc999 » Thu May 19, 2011 11:00 pm

Euro S2000 MY07 F20C2

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Re: FlashProManager V1.1.8.5 (beta)

Post by cynicaldiogenes » Tue Jun 14, 2011 10:54 am


I may be one of two people using a MAF calibration but the "set selected values to" doesn't seem to be working normally when I am adjusting the WOT lambda adjustment tables. I didn't take the time to figure out what kind of arithmetic is being applied but it resembles the percentage adjust rather than changing the values to one set value. I have been using with no issues and I just updated to this morning. I don't change these values often but it is certainly less tedious if the adjust feature works as advertised. :) This occurred on the low/high WOT adjust tables.

I tried adjust -> set selected values to - on the ignition and cam tables without incident in

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Re: FlashProManager V1.1.8.5 (beta)

Post by Hondata » Tue Jun 14, 2011 4:11 pm

You are correct - it is to do with using air fuel as the lambda unit. Will be fixed for the next version.

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Re: FlashProManager V1.1.8.5 (beta)

Post by cynicaldiogenes » Wed Jun 15, 2011 1:45 pm

Another bug I have experienced in and with MAF cals is the AC compressor not engaging with the AC button after flashing with a new MAF calibration. This has happened twice for no apparent reason and FP was plugged in securely to the OBDII port. Yesterday it happened with the first cal from and I tried reflashing again but no dice on AC. I could have loaded the secondary MAP cal to restore AC but I needed to datalog the MAF cal. I datalogged on the way home and them made minor adjustments to the cal on FP at home, flashed, and the AC compressor engaged with the AC button without a problem. I have never had this happen with a MAP cal but I am leaning towards a MAF cal for daily driving for a few reasons since I am completely stock for now.

I think a few others have experienced this anomaly as well and it is currently 95 with 80% humidity in my region so no AC is a major bummer after a reflash. The first time it happened I just uploaded the secondary MAP cal and the AC worked without an issue. Currently I am using an OBDII extension cable but I have had the AC issue with FP plugged directly into the port or through the extension cable. The last several AFM cals from have loaded without breaking the AC.

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