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Old 03-31-2008, 01:08 AM
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Hondata

hey guys, so the next big thing i want to do to my lude is to tune it. i dont kno what my first steps should be. i would love a push in the right direction. i heard hondata is a good company but idk anything else.
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If you have your basic I/H/E mods then a Hondata is overkill, a VAFC or Neo will do the job fine.

If you have/plan to have more than that, then a Hondata is probably the way to go.
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right now i only have i/h/e but i want to turbo it eventuly, so idk what to do or if hondata is even compatable with my ecu
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you will have to get a different ecu, hondata does not make a system for the p5, i would go with a p28 or better yet the p72 with the s200. you will have to buy the obd2 to 1 conversion harness. the difference in these ecu's is that the p72 has the secondary iab control, so if you go with the p28 the secondary iab's will just stay open.
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ok so i need a p72, obd2-obd1 wire harness, and s300
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with i/h/e u wont need to get either, of course u wont get the best power increase but if u get the hondata unit u have to find someone to tune it, thats going to cost money and then when u turbo it is going to cost u more money to retune it. u could get by with a neo or a vafc or safc but then ur going to need to find someone to tune with that to get the best out of ur car which means dyno time means more money. ur going to runn rich right now, but that is because u hae increased the air flow in and out of the engine the stock ecu can adjust for that but ur going to run just a tad rich.
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If u are hardcore ..then go for AEM
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thats a very good deal .. a frd on mine bought it brand new and its like almost 2 g
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yeup real tuning with like a stand alone system like the hondata at anytime is good...but usally not really cost effective, like people have mentioned here, if you dont have much done..youll prob want to do wat brash mentioned which is just a simple vafc until you solidfy your plans? turbo may require the purchase of an additional feature on say a standalone system.

i havent done much research on aem but it is money and i heard is much harder for you to say self tune? if you were to go that route.

essentially most of the reputable stand alone systems fundamentally do the same thing....they just have different additional features you can call it.. the biggie of the hondata is supposedly the comfortable interface (referring to the s300 that is) and its major datalogging abilities.. neptune RTP is a cost effective, good and cheap alternative for now. again, its what you want now vs your goal (ecus too..ie if you decide to modify your IM and the secondaries..etc). please do correct me if im worng on any of this..

for more info and a comparison bet diff system:
http://www.evans-tuning.com/techarti...ment_comp.html
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yeup real tuning with like a stand alone system like the hondata at anytime is good...but usally not really cost effective, like people have mentioned here, if you dont have much done..youll prob want to do wat brash mentioned which is just a simple vafc until you solidfy your plans? turbo may require the purchase of an additional feature on say a standalone system.

i havent done much research on aem but it is money and i heard is much harder for you to say self tune? if you were to go that route.

essentially most of the reputable stand alone systems fundamentally do the same thing....they just have different additional features you can call it.. the biggie of the hondata is supposedly the comfortable interface (referring to the s300 that is) and its major datalogging abilities.. neptune RTP is a cost effective, good and cheap alternative for now. again, its what you want now vs your goal (ecus too..ie if you decide to modify your IM and the secondaries..etc). please do correct me if im worng on any of this..

for more info and a comparison bet diff system:
http://www.evans-tuning.com/techarti...ment_comp.html
good info! i wouldn't get the hondata s200 right now unless you plan on going with boost or a killer n/a setup b/c of the price. and find a shop that's use to tuning hondas to tune yours.
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http://phearable.net/ has prechipped ecu's that you can get, and then get them tuned this would be a cost effective route. one of my friends has this ecu on his h22a swapped acoord and seems to like it alot.
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just fyi, getting a new afc and getting it tuned is roughly the same cost as getting a chipped ecu and having it tuned with crome.

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