Ct-e sc stage 2 map tolerance

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Sprt_inj09
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Ct-e sc stage 2 map tolerance

Post by Sprt_inj09 » Mon Mar 26, 2012 8:56 am

I am purchasing a ct e stage 2 sypercharger kit soon. I will be using my flash pro to apply the hondata ct-e stage 2 map. The online specs for the map state stock exhaust, headers, and ct-e intake. Will the map be able to compensate for a skunk2 alpha header no cat with a mega power exhaust and Injen cai without running too lean under full boost or will it have to be tuned? I will be getting a tune eventually after the install.

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Re: Ct-e sc stage 2 map tolerance

Post by Spunkster » Mon Mar 26, 2012 9:48 am

It is impossible to say. You will have to check the AF and see if it is safe and then tune accordingly.

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Re: Ct-e sc stage 2 map tolerance

Post by gabriel223 » Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:30 pm

Hello All,

Is there any better CT stage 2 calibration than the current stock one? I'm looking for a bigger power increase in the current CT stage 2 stock calibration. Running about 300+/- hp now, but I really need more power to compete with the big boys (ie, 335i Stage 1 etc..) Any tips? The current A/F ratio on my wideband gauge is under 10.0 at full throttle throughout the whole RPM.

Can I pay Hondata for a service to create a new calibration for me? Please advise. Thank you.

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Re: Ct-e sc stage 2 map tolerance

Post by Sprt_inj09 » Mon Jun 18, 2012 9:30 am

I had a bunch of issues with my ct map so I went through Etunez.com. Did a excellent job and it's cheaper than an actual tuner. Power wise a stage 2 kit wont put you any higher than 300whp unless you get a aftercooler or meth injection. You can do some throttle body and spacer changes that might get you a little more power 5-10hp.

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Re: Ct-e sc stage 2 map tolerance

Post by Spunkster » Mon Jun 18, 2012 10:47 am

YOu should take it to a shop with a dyno and get it properly tuned for your modifications.

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