Flashpro Race Calibration
Hondata has developed a race calibration for the US Civic 06 through 09 Si,
European Civic and Japanese Civic Type R which changes the primary sensor
for fueling from the MAF to MAP sensor. This is essential for tuning forced
induction and highly modified naturally aspirated engines.
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how to chip Honda ecu
The process of chipping a usdm honda ecu
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FlashPro Tuning - Installing Drivers
1st in a set of tutorials from FlashProTuning.com on how to get the most
out of your FlashPro. I walk you through how to manually install the
drivers for the FlashPro on Windows 7 64-bit.
Crome Tuning - Setting up an all motor basemap
This is a very basic tutorial in setting up a p30 b16 base map for your
honda obd1 ecu. Your ecu needs to be socketed and ready to accept a chip.
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There will be more extensive tutorial in setup and tuning using crome,
hondata, aem, greddy ultimate, apexi vafc, nistune and more! Subscribe if
you like the tutorial
Hondata RSX 227 mph spin
Bonneville Salt flats. Qualifying run for G/BGCC class (2 litre, Blown,
spec Gas, Competition Coupe class. Spun out just after the 5th mile and hit
a cone. Flat spotted all 4 tyres, but quaified for a record. Backed up the
record the next morning with a 234 mph run with a 100 shot of Nitrous. Speedweek 2008. See earlier 211 mph pass
Flashpro Datalogging and Air fuel ratios
A look at the extensive datalogging capabilities of the Hondata FlashPro.
You can view all engine sensor information in real time and record up to 20
hours worth engine data displayed on your own laptop based customized
instrument panel. We show how you can use datalogs from the built in
wideband to help tune your air fuel ratios. View in HD and full screen to
view the screen shots.
Dyno tuning Session @ Autowave 12-11-2009 Dyno tuning session at
AutoWave. Car has not been driven in six years and will see full throttle
for the first time since extensive headwork, new cams, etc. I put the head
together myself (and I am no expert) so I will be glad if it just runs
1998 Integra Type R
Stock bottom end
JUN Type II cams
Supertech valve springs & Ti retainers
Toda cam gears
Hondata S300 ECU
Custom intake (Dr. Charles special)
DC Sports race header and Exhaust
Recorded on Sony DSC-T500