FD2 Automatic Thailand question.

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FD2 Automatic Thailand question.

Post by stjimmy » Wed Feb 08, 2012 5:35 am

Hello

I installed Hondata FlashPro Manager, and checked there is vehicle to select FD2 civic 155hp AT 2007-2010 Asia, and Thailand.
What kind of Hondata do I need to buy to make this work on my vehicle? FP-SI-INT?
I attached pictures below. Please check.

Mine is 2.0 FD2 Civic 155hp Automatic Thailand.
Thank you

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Re: FD2 Automatic Thailand question.

Post by Spunkster » Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:22 am

You must enter your ECU part number on our website to see if it compatible.

http://www.hondata.com/flashpro.html

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Re: FD2 Automatic Thailand question.

Post by stjimmy » Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:27 am

I entered 37820-RRH-U130, but show "Please enter the correct ECu number"
Please check below. Hondata made changes at 1.1.4.1, and added FD2 Automatic.
Which Flashpro will work?

V1.1.4.1 changes:
• FlashPro firmware updated to version 13.
• Changed datalogging so the MAP sensor is datalogged beyond 2.55 bar absolute pressure.
• [Civic 155hp - Asia] ECU part numbers 37820-RRH-U120 and 37820-RRH-U130 added to list of supported models.
• [S2000] - fixed throttle pedal datalogging as 91% when at full throttle.


Thanks for your reply

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Re: FD2 Automatic Thailand question.

Post by stjimmy » Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:31 am

Here are several add up ECU model updates.

V1.1.8.5 (11 May 2011)
[Civic 155hp - Asia] Added 37820-RRH-U910 to 37820-RRH-U930 to supported ECUs.

V1.1.5.6 (16 June 2010)
[Civic 155hp - Asia] ECU part numbers 37820-RRH-U010 to 37820-RRH-U040, 37820-RRH-U510 to 37820-RRH-U540 and 37820-RRH-U610 to 37820-RRH-U650 added to list of supported models.

V1.1.4.7 (26 March 2010)
[Civic 155hp - Asia] ECU part numbers 37820-RRH-U120 and 37820-RRH-U130 added to list of supported models.

V1.1.3.4 (15 January 2010)
[Civic 155hp - Asia] ECU part number 37820-RRH-U110 added to list of supported models (Race calibrations only).

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Re: FD2 Automatic Thailand question.

Post by Spunkster » Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:13 am

Your part number is 37820-RRH-U13 and it is not supported.

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Re: FD2 Automatic Thailand question.

Post by stjimmy » Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:23 am

Spunkster wrote:Your part number is 37820-RRH-U13 and it is not supported.
Then, why its supported on FlashPro Manager?
I donot understand.
There should be a flashpro model that supports this, and I want to know which model..

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Re: FD2 Automatic Thailand question.

Post by jbfd2ar » Wed May 23, 2012 2:54 am

bro, you can use flashpro, civic type R outside north america. Thats what i am using for my fd2 155hp auto transmmission.

i used the civic si stock eq map to tune. I believe, if you are a tuner yourself, you wont ask me too many questions. the only thing you need to note is, -15% speed at dash. and that cruise control will no longer work. and also the eps light will comes on once in a while.
and usually when it comes on, the steering will feel a little stiffer and harder to turn. otherwise, everything is fine.

I really hope Hondata can solve the cruise control issue for us. Because, fd2 auto 155hp is marketed in many countries. Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan... etc.. I believe many people are using flashpro, and all had lost their cruise control as a result.

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Re: FD2 Automatic Thailand question.

Post by goodspeed » Sun Oct 27, 2013 1:14 am

Same problem here. I believe it is a huge market out there as there hundreds and thousands of fd2 auto in the market.

Hope that Hondata spend some time to tweak the programme to cater for us since 2011...

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