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Hypertech is excited to announce the release of the new Max Energy Sport Power Programmer for the 2006-2009 HONDA CIVIC Si 2.0L.

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PART #62002- MAX ENERGY SPORT- HONDA

Product Features:
o Premium Fuel Engine Tuning (91 Octane)
o Raise or lower engine rev limiter +/- 500 RPM (in 100 RPM increments)
o Raise or lower VTEC engagement point +/- 500 RPM (in 100 RPM increments)
o Raise or lower top speed limiter: 25-75 MPH in 5 MPH increments; 81-255 MPH based on tire speed rating
o Reads, displays, and clears diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs)

Product Benefits:
o Gains of 10 HP/9 Ft-Lbs at the wheels
o Tuned for improved throttle response and drivability from off idle all the way through the power band
o Retains stock calibrations so the vehicle can be programmed back to stock at any time
o Internet updateable
o 50-state Emission Legal (CARB certification pending)

See attached Dyno chart.
View attachment 62002_2006-2009 Honda CivicSI 2.0L.pdf

For a dealer near you, go to our website, or contact our tech department.
 

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holy... 450.00?
and discounts for forum members?
Heard great things about this from ap1 drivers.
i checked online and it gives the same product number for civic si , r18, ap1 and ap2.
Care to explain?
 

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Sure!

We have a minimum advertised price of $449.99 on the Max Energy Sport programmers. We don’t sell direct to the public, so check with one of our dealers for any discounts. CorSport is a Hypertech dealer, and is a sponsor on this site. They may be able to set up a discount for forum members.

All of the Honda applications are covered under the same part number. The Sport programmer is designed to read out the VIN # and stock calibration filename, and from there, it determines the proper tune to program into the ECU. The programmer has tunes stored in it for hundreds of known Honda calibrations, and is internet updateable if the calibration in your car is not recognized.

Thanks for the question.

Sean
 

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OKay, Will do.
Just a quick question.
The product number for the civic si. is the same for the r18 and the ap2 s2000.
Does this mean I can buy it for my car. And also tune my all my buddies rides?
Or is it set for one car...?
 
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