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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-20-2017, 01:43 AM Thread Starter
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Most affordable way to tune my 17 civic sport hatch

Just wondering if anyone knew solid ways in which i could tune my car. i looked up flashpros and they're like $700, a bit too pricy for me.
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Just wondering if anyone knew solid ways in which i could tune my car. i looked up flashpros and they're like $700, a bit too pricy for me.
Ktuner runs $400.Its preferred over Flash Pro at this time.
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The Ktuner is not as easy to do as the Flashpro is it? I am not sure, just from all the different threads, it seems that is the consensus. I know you have it Deathlok, can you give some insight on the process of installing the Ktuner? Do you need a professional tuner to get involved?
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Ktuner can be done by anyone but if you want the most out of it your best bet it work with a pro tuner. Either are currently better options than Hondata.
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Any idea what a pro tuner will charge?
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Just wondering if anyone knew solid ways in which i could tune my car. i looked up flashpros and they're like $700, a bit too pricy for me.
Ill sell you my FlashPro for $550 when my v2 arrives....
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These tunes get most rewarding once you install a cold air intake and even exhaust, so if your budget allows and if you like that idea, then proceed
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These tunes get most rewarding once you install a cold air intake and even exhaust, so if your budget allows and if you like that idea, then proceed
Not true on this platform. Vit has flat out proven this false with his shop car running factory everything and only a tune. Now if you are going to upgrade your turbo set up, then sure, but that factory setup can push 230wtq and 250hp with out the boltons and thats maxing out the clutch on a MT

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Here is a link to VitTuned Blog covering his results of tuning the Civic EXT 1.5.
https://blog.vittuned.com/tag/10th-gen/

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