B18c4 to thirsty

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hero_honda
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B18c4 to thirsty

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Alright guys, new to this, i am not a tuner just a guy with a s300 v3 in my aerodeck civic with b18c4. Its too thirsty and i am only getting 240 miles to a full tank. What can i do? does anyone have a calibration that mite help me out. The engine is totally stock, exhaust and filter are also stock. Even if anyone has a stock b18c4 map for me to test. i can only get hold of the b18 gsr map.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

hpmx18
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Re: B18c4 to thirsty

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do you have a wideband on the car best bet if you want better millage is dyno tune
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hero_honda
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Re: B18c4 to thirsty

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I have one in my other car which i could take out. I suppose it is always best to get a dyno tune, i was only going to keep it stock for a few months and then turbo it, i reckon i will get better economy with turbo and dyno tune. Anyways, worth a try.

hero_honda
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Re: B18c4 to thirsty

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I asume there are no stock b18c4 maps floating about.

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Re: B18c4 to thirsty

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if your goin to turbo it then youll need a wideband either way and why bother getting it perfect or dyno if itll have to be dyno again when turbo kit is on
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Re: B18c4 to thirsty

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I was going to see if a stock b18c4 map might help me with the mpg for the next few months.

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Re: B18c4 to thirsty

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with out a widband to tweak the afr in cruising & driving your gonna have to guess n hope you guessed correctly
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