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Is that tune a +3 psi, +6 psi or just stock psi? I see its hitting 18 psi, I loaded the +6 but the most boost IVe seen is 20.5 and that usually right before the cvt "shifts" I stay around 19 psi usually. If course its been cold so it been 19 with 8 IGN, when I hit 20.5 it was running 0 IGN and was 70 outside
Custom VitViper tune with 10 revisions on 87 octane.This above log hit 19psi a bit lower in the RPM range.Ill post a 91 datalog once done.And yes its been very cold here that log shows the IAT is 48F and that log the temp out was 20F.
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Custom VitViper tune with 10 revisions on 87 octane.This above log hit 19psi a bit lower in the RPM range.Ill post a 91 datalog once done.And yes its been very cold here that log shows the IAT is 48F and that log the temp out was 20F.
Yeah, I was just wondering what his target boost was with your 87 tune. Any reason you are doing an 87 and 91 tune, or is that just what Vit is doing when you buy his full tune packager

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Yeah, I was just wondering what his target boost was with your 87 tune. Any reason you are doing an 87 and 91 tune, or is that just what Vit is doing when you buy his full tune packager
Ive known Vit for some time now so when he offered to do both I of course said yes.

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The 91 octane combined with a little more boost will make a noticeable difference. Good to see you're really making use of the FlashPro!
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Here is a helpful Video on tuning basics from Hondata.


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Is it available for the civic hatch sport 6sp as well? It comes with a duel center exhaust which adds some power so I'm not sure if they have to make a a different tune for that. Also a lot of my 9th gen friends are telling me that if I don't get a pro tune on a dunk with hondata my engine may possibly get damaged, is that true? Or is the MAP hondata made good to run on a daily basis without an issue?
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Is it available for the civic hatch sport 6sp as well? It comes with a duel center exhaust which adds some power so I'm not sure if they have to make a a different tune for that. Also a lot of my 9th gen friends are telling me that if I don't get a pro tune on a dunk with hondata my engine may possibly get damaged, is that true? Or is the MAP hondata made good to run on a daily basis without an issue?
Yes, the FlashPro works on all the hatchback trims as well (since they all use the 1.5T motor). The basemaps Hondata made are very robust and reliable, and should give you no issues. Also keep in mind this 1.5T motor is very well designed and we are confident it can handle 300hp (in fact we've heard that Honda actually durability tested the motor to that amount).


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Have you guys seen the numbers Vit has put down on the dyno on 91 octane? Last one I saw was 240 hp and over 280 ft/lb of torque on an unmodded base 1.5t.

BTW, I'm new on 10th but I've been in civic's since '03 with my last being a '10 Si with bolt ons and Vit tuned on FP. Next car is going to be a 10th hatch sport in manual.
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Have you guys seen the numbers Vit has put down on the dyno on 91 octane? Last one I saw was 240 hp and over 280 ft/lb of torque on an unmodded base 1.5t.

BTW, I'm new on 10th but I've been in civic's since '03 with my last being a '10 Si with bolt ons and Vit tuned on FP. Next car is going to be a 10th hatch sport in manual.
Oh yea he's pushing the platform.Ive been working with Vit on my EXT we've done a 87 octane tune so far.
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i dunno...i get the more power aspect...it's a manly thing. however, if 174 or so horses can move a CRV around pretty well, it should **** well move a civic without any problems...and it gets 40+ mpg to boot! with a warranty...

i know there will always be a market for Vit..and others...but, i'm a high mileage driver...and if there were more power in the motor along with reliability, i'm sure the big H would build them that way. i think they find a balance...and let the tuners have their fun in the aftermarket!
I'm with you, but the "tune" (as far as I know) is the only way to cancel the dang rev hang associated with the DBW! I hate it! Therefore, if I go with one of these interface boxes and etune, I'll be using the ~3 pound extra boost with 87 octane. Such a mild tune should have very little effect on longevity.

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