Q.. South African FN2 ecu

FlashPro questions & answers specific to the FN2 European Civic Type R
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Post by civicRSA »

So how can we solve this. Would just a ECU help you?

Did you travel to the UK to do their ecu's?

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Post by shabsta »

would sending the ecu to you guys resolve the issue or do you need the car there?

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Post by Hondata »

With the Euro CTR and US Civic Si the ECUs are interchangable, and the vehicles only differ in the communication to the dash and the AFM housing.

What needs to be done is every difference in the vehicle needs to be determined. The main differences which cause problems are o2 sensors, emissions equipment, vehicle wiring, communication protocols and dashboards.

If the differences extend past very minor changes to the Euro calibration, then it is not economic to create a FlashPro for a market unless the sales are going to exceed the developement effort.
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Post by civicRSA »

Thanks for the responce Hondata. How will we ever know how large or minor the differences are?
The Euro CTR and SA CTR are virtually identicle. We have no idea why we were given a different ECU. Possilble just a wiring difference to prevent ECU been interchangable.

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Post by JDM TUNING »

civicRSA wrote:Thanks for the responce Hondata. How will we ever know how large or minor the differences are?
The Euro CTR and SA CTR are virtually identicle. We have no idea why we were given a different ECU. Possilble just a wiring difference to prevent ECU been interchangable.
.... because we are on the southern tip of AFRICA Chris.... :roll:

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Post by civicRSA »

I'm hoping someone will feel sorry for us. LOL
Come on HONDATA!!! :?

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Post by Neo1 »

I too own an FN2 Euro spec with South Africa specific ECU. I have ordered a US spec Civic Si ECU and FlashPro and expect delivery soon. Q:Is the erratic fueling Air Flow expected with a ECU transplant or is there a function we can de-activate to ensure that we don't run our vehicles too lean and cause knock?
Mugen the Red "H"

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Post by JDM TUNING »

THANK U HONDATA!!!
... for the time, effort and release of Flashpro for South African FN2's! U guys rule!! :P
Now to get to know the program, and start tuning.... :wink:

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Post by Bravo »

Another massive "THANK YOU" for including us in your latest version of Flash Pro.
You have made a lot of South Africans very happy.

Keep up the great work.

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