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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-18-2016, 09:59 PM Thread Starter
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Is it worth to have the ecu re flashed on a 1800 X or hogwash?
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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-18-2016, 11:32 PM
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My tuner says can't be done
He does a lot of other makes though.

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You can't flash a Honda ECU. You buy a Powercommander or some other fuel manager to remap the fuel curves

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Thanks, but what about timing curves, I have a pc3?
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The Ignition Module is connected to the PCIII USB with it’s built in expansion port link and communicates via a CAN interface. As in the case of the Power Commander, the Ignition Module uses OEM style connectors to plug in-line of the stock ignition harness so no cutting or splicing is required.
The Ignition Module uses “direct coil driver technology” and allows a high degree of timing adjustment. In the Power commander Control Center Software the user is able to advance or retard the ignition curve up to 10 degrees based on throttle position and RPM. It is also possible to alter the timing for each cylinder individually if necessary.
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Thanks for the info.. I did not know about this
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Power commander V with ignition is what i use.

05 1300S 6901 miles at start 114600 now
03 1800 R 64100 at start 80500 now dyno results 97.55 HP 110.22 torque
80550 E4 front
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Power commander V with ignition is what i use.
Nice numbers. Never had mine dynoed. 06 1800c 63,000. Is there much to be gained by increasing the timing on these?
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Nice numbers. Never had mine dynoed. 06 1800c 63,000. Is there much to be gained by increasing the timing on these?
Smoother since Honda programmed in about 15 degrees off on rear cylinder to give it the vib affect.

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So would you just add timing to the rear or more to rear and some to front?
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