I have an interesting question. If you use a stock map using Flashpro or Cobb and then add a SRI - the AFR's will be incorrect. Then you either switch to a supplied map for that SRI or have it tuned. How does this work with Hypertech? You offer one tune that was made with a stock Si. Does Hypertech still allow the ECU to correct AFR's after the install of a new mod and after resetting it?
None of the available aftermarket intakes work well with the stock AFM sensor. "OK" is a loose definition of "sure it starts and runs".
What about upgraded/modified stock intakes? That is the direction i'm going with my set-up.:yeahthat: Every aftermarket intake for this car requires extensive AFM recalibration.
Modified stock intakes skew the AFM readings as well. If you change the stock intake *at all* you need to recalibrate the AFM sensor to compensate. I've seen "modified" intakes affect different cars in varying amounts as well. Once you change the stock intake at all, there is no "one size fits all" that will work for you.What about upgraded/modified stock intakes? That is the direction i'm going with my set-up.
Hey how's this working out for you guys. Have you had a chance to check out some of the great addons for these civics yet?We will be doing some additional testing soon with the popular aftermarket intakes to determine if we need to make any changes in the MAF calibrations