Hondata wrote:vtecrasr, there is no 'race' calibration for the 12-15 Si, so you don't need to do anything.
Here's a test procedure to follow:
1. Set launch rpm to 3000 rpm. Set full throttle shift to 4000 rpm and 1% throttle. Upload.
2. Start the engine and idle in neutral with the clutch out. Switch off cruise control. Press the 'set' switch and confirm the tach shows the lambda. Switch on the cruise control and confirm the 'set' switch does nothing.
3. Switch off cruise control and confirm the engine can rev above 4000 rpm (still in neutral, clutch not depressed).
4. Press the 'cancel' switch and confirm that the tach does nothing. Press in the clutch as well as the 'cancel' switch and confirm the tach shows 3000 rpm.
5. Still with the clutch in press 'set' 5 times and confirm the launch rpm drops to 2500 rpm.
6. When driving at 4500 rpm press the clutch in and confirm you get a 4000 rpm limit.
FN2 owners, if the tach is not following ECU commands then you're no going to be able to perform most of the steps. At least confirm that the tach is not responding so I can look into that.
followed every step 1-6
1. completed.. upload success.
2. started engine, idle in neutral, clutch out, cruise control main switch off (disabled) pressed "set" nothing happened. switched cruise switch ON, pressed set, nothing happened.
3. switched off cruise control, confirmed engine reved past 4,000 rpm while in neutral with the clutch NOT pressed.
4. pressed cancel switch and confirmed tach does nothing, pressed in clutch all the way to the floor, and pressed cancel switch and nothing happened. even at the same time. I tried both.
5. still had clutch in pressed set 5 times and nothing happend. still was able to rev above 4,000 rpms.
6. drove the car at 4500 rpms, pressed the clutch in and it slipped to about 4800-5000 but went back to normal rpm of 4,500 rpms.