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Old 01-11-2015, 05:11 PM
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Wow..this is epic. So you are the first to reflash using a Ktuner on a Fit? You reflashing with a base map? Who will be doing your tuning?

I'm all ears on your first impressions and final result. Good stuff! And congrats!
I think I am the first yes. And yes this was just using the stock basemap and checking the secondary o2 sensor disable. Probably going to be tuning with vit the same as you.
 

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Old 01-11-2015, 09:11 PM
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You really shouldn't have to disable the secondary o2, well wait, you are using a replacement exhaust piece that eliminates your primary cat right?
 
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Old 01-11-2015, 09:16 PM
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You really shouldn't have to disable the secondary o2, well wait, you are using a replacement exhaust piece that eliminates your primary cat right?
yeah using t1r header (deletes primary cat) and t1r racing converter (deletes secondary cat). the check engine light came on for code P0141. reflashed the ecu to disable the sensor and the check engine light was off.
 
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Old 01-12-2015, 12:03 AM
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Secondary cat, not really an issue since it resides behind the secondary sensor. Curious to see what all you guys can pull (unhide) out of the L15 with this.
 
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Old 01-15-2015, 12:12 AM
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When you say the 12-13 MT, I assume you're talking about the sport? If so... �� But if you're talking about the 12-13 MT base... ��
 
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Originally Posted by FitRick View Post
When you say the 12-13 MT, I assume you're talking about the sport? If so... �� But if you're talking about the 12-13 MT base... ��
The ECU part numbers are the same for 12-13 MT base and sport so it should be compatible. I'll let Ktuner confirm though.

UPDATE: I began the tuning process with VitViper today. He sent the first calibration and I sent back the first datalog.
 
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Old 01-15-2015, 12:27 AM
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Originally Posted by 07fit916 View Post
The ECU part numbers are the same for 12-13 MT base and sport so it should be compatible. I'll let Ktuner confirm though.

UPDATE: I began the tuning process with VitViper today. He sent the first calibration and I sent back the first datalog.
Awesome! Thanks for the info!
 
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Old 01-15-2015, 10:22 AM
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I have support in for 12-13
RP3-A16 and A17 for MT
RP3-A76 and A77 for AT

It's possible 2011 will run on the 12-13 codebase, but someone will have to be bold and try at their own risk.

I'm looking into 09-10 as well. 07-08 will be last since there's something available already.
 
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Old 01-15-2015, 12:55 PM
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Originally Posted by KTuner View Post
I have support in for 12-13
RP3-A16 and A17 for MT
RP3-A76 and A77 for AT

It's possible 2011 will run on the 12-13 codebase, but someone will have to be bold and try at their own risk.

I'm looking into 09-10 as well. 07-08 will be last since there's something available already.
I was curious about the differences in the years, so I poked around in the catalog.

 
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Old 01-15-2015, 02:38 PM
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Originally Posted by jibberjabbs View Post
I was curious about the differences in the years, so I poked around in the catalog.

Where the hell were you poking around at? This is good info. Is this info accessible to anyone?



Originally Posted by KTuner View Post
I have support in for 12-13
RP3-A16 and A17 for MT
RP3-A76 and A77 for AT

It's possible 2011 will run on the 12-13 codebase, but someone will have to be bold and try at their own risk.

I'm looking into 09-10 as well. 07-08 will be last since there's something available already.
I updated the first page with this info.
 

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I'm wondering if it will be the same for all years? The sprintex supercharger piggyback works for all years manual and auto. I was under the impression the only difference was the VSA?

In any case I'm down for some testing on my 2010 with sprintex supercharger.
 
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[QUOTE=Myxalplyx;1287362]Where the hell were you poking around at? This is good info. Is this info accessible to anyone?

Well I had to dig around a bit, But this is where I got the data:

Honda Automotive Parts

There are enough similarities for me. I would try the 2012 firmware on my 2011, but Ktuner in not interested in testing on a non-local car. The 2010 has different part numbers for the wire harness, air flow sensor, and O2 sensor. So I would not try the 2012 firmware on a 2010 unless I confirmed the sensor outputs and such.
 
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Old 01-15-2015, 03:19 PM
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A lot of sales opportunity will come from Sprintex Supercharger owner,
especially if K-Tuner had all the function that available with AEM F/IC-6.
 
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Old 01-15-2015, 06:22 PM
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Sprintex is for 4thgen fits I believe, I called sprintex and wasn't comparable for my gd3 so kraftwerks was my best bet aem I would say is the best ecu tuning for the fits more can be tunned but it is expensive
 
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Old 01-15-2015, 09:39 PM
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4th gen Fits?! The Fit 3 was only just released.
 
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Old 01-16-2015, 12:51 AM
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Originally Posted by 555sexydrive View Post
4th gen Fits?! The Fit 3 was only just released.
Lol your right I ment to say the ge8
 
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Old 01-16-2015, 10:56 AM
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Originally Posted by jibberjabbs View Post
There are enough similarities for me. I would try the 2012 firmware on my 2011, but Ktuner in not interested in testing on a non-local car. The 2010 has different part numbers for the wire harness, air flow sensor, and O2 sensor. So I would not try the 2012 firmware on a 2010 unless I confirmed the sensor outputs and such.
If someone local tries it and it fails I give them a car to drive, get a new ECU, program it here. Total cost ~$100.

If someone in the field tries it and it fails I have to rent them a vehicle, get a new ECU, ship it to them, tow their car to Honda, and pay Honda to program it. I think you see my point.

 
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Old 01-16-2015, 01:34 PM
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Originally Posted by KTuner View Post
If someone local tries it and it fails I give them a car to drive, get a new ECU, program it here. Total cost ~$100.

If someone in the field tries it and it fails I have to rent them a vehicle, get a new ECU, ship it to them, tow their car to Honda, and pay Honda to program it. I think you see my point.

Yes, Dealing with a failure would be a PIA...... So we need a local with a 2011.

But this made me think about swapping an ECU. I have a HDS clone and might be able do a ECU swap if I could get a immobilizer key code.
 
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If you have a HIM clone you won't be able to get those codes more than likely.
 
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Lol and here all this time I thought I was gonna be SOL if something happened. But I wanted to try anyway lol
 

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