TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

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Re: TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

Post by core58 » Mon Jan 09, 2012 2:41 pm

Hondata wrote:There are only 5 cam angle tables - 0,10,20,30 & 40 degrees.
i'm pretty sure Hondata made this restriction to stay safe. Jumping on with 50 vtc advanced along with extreme rev limit can lead to piston-valve contact, making them responsible for the motor kill.

all in all, 95% of flashpro users would want to stay below 40 deg, i guess Hondata can lift these restrictions by request (for those crazy tuners :D)

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Re: TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

Post by sass » Mon Jan 09, 2012 11:17 pm

core58 wrote:
Hondata wrote:There are only 5 cam angle tables - 0,10,20,30 & 40 degrees.
i'm pretty sure Hondata made this restriction to stay safe. Jumping on with 50 vtc advanced along with extreme rev limit can lead to piston-valve contact, making them responsible for the motor kill.

all in all, 95% of flashpro users would want to stay below 40 deg, i guess Hondata can lift these restrictions by request (for those crazy tuners :D)
I use 50 VTC, and I have 9000 rev. limit
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Re: TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

Post by Hondata » Tue Jan 10, 2012 9:35 am

core58 wrote:i'm pretty sure Hondata made this restriction to stay safe. Jumping on with 50 vtc advanced along with extreme rev limit can lead to piston-valve contact, making them responsible for the motor kill. all in all, 95% of flashpro users would want to stay below 40 deg, i guess Hondata can lift these restrictions by request (for those crazy tuners :D)
The cam angles are from Honda. Don't confuse the cam angle index with the cam angle table - with an index of 0,10,20,30 & 40 degrees you can still go to 50 degrees.
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Re: TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

Post by littlebo » Tue Jan 10, 2012 1:48 pm

Thanks for respond Boss , what bout higher revs ? I personally waiting when youll finally release 04-06 and gonna rev it 8.5 .

Btw, any ETA for those harnesses ? Maybe you can share pinout ? Im ready to cut and split to save time )

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Re: TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

Post by Hondata » Tue Jan 10, 2012 6:12 pm

99mm stroke on a rod as thick as my little finger and a cast piston? The difference between 7600 rpm (our recommended rev limit) and 8500 rpm puts more than one extra ton of force on the rod, but the piston probably will break first with a load of 5200 G over TDC.
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Re: TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

Post by Zoro2006 » Wed Jan 11, 2012 12:29 am

Hondata wrote:99mm stroke on a rod as thick as my little finger and a cast piston? The difference between 7600 rpm (our recommended rev limit) and 8500 rpm puts more than one extra ton of force on the rod, but the piston probably will break first with a load of 5200 G over TDC.
not all use OEM rods ;) Unlock RPM indexes, it's responsibility of the car owner how much he wants to rev., just write this in the FlashPro help file for TSX owners with recommended revl limit of 7600 rpm.
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Re: TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

Post by littlebo » Fri Jan 13, 2012 12:16 pm

Hondata wrote:99mm stroke on a rod as thick as my little finger and a cast piston? The difference between 7600 rpm (our recommended rev limit) and 8500 rpm puts more than one extra ton of force on the rod, but the piston probably will break first with a load of 5200 G over TDC.

Oh man ! U really scared me ) I know the math and so on but maybe your finger is a lil bit thicker then you think .. coz guyz r revving 8.5 against your math and so far so good. Revving it all day long isn so good , engine will not last long for shure , but 2-3 times a day to have some fun on a daily driven car its a diff story. Its a honda engine and it must be revved until power climbs , or it will not be a honda. Builded bottoms on forged stuff could be revved to 9k , some guys has such 300whp engines in CL chassis so limiting revs isnt fair poilicy.

Where is 04-06 harness ? I asked for pinout and may ask one more time, and more , and more , and my patience will be rewarded soon , i guess its your favourite slogan, isnt it ?

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Re: TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

Post by Hondata » Fri Jan 13, 2012 1:25 pm

We have not released the 04-06 adapter harness yet. It will probably be available April/May.
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Re: TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

Post by core58 » Tue Jan 17, 2012 12:12 pm

Hondata wrote:We have not released the 04-06 adapter harness yet. It will probably be available April/May.
Hondata, how does it go with
- available early 2012 for the 2004-2006 Acura TSX.
?

Do you really think that April/May is the early 2012?

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Re: TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

Post by Hondata » Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:17 pm

Marketing wrote the web page. Engineering wrote these posts.
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Re: TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

Post by Zoro2006 » Wed Jan 18, 2012 2:09 am

so maybe Engineering can provide some info which wires should be connected from ECU to OBD II connector, send me email with PIN numbers on the ECU and OBD II
email: kompiuteriu@gmail.com Thanks.

as I understud you use these OBD II pins ?
6 CAN High
14 CAN Low

to which pins to ECU they go ?
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Re: TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

Post by Hondata » Wed Jan 18, 2012 10:27 am

It looks like we will make some prototype harnesses shortly.
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Re: TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

Post by littlebo » Wed Jan 18, 2012 2:45 pm

Hondata wrote:It looks like we will make some prototype harnesses shortly.
It looks like if you wanna earn some you have to stand up from your comfortable sofa untill everyone will have it for free.

I want and will pay you even if i can do it myself coz your job is awesome and i want to invest to see more from you guys,

but it must be early 2012 as advertised. We already waited tooooo long for this to appear.

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Re: TSX-07-02-Tuned Calibration Shift-locking my car (Auto)

Post by littlebo » Fri Jan 20, 2012 3:03 am

Ok 04-06 guys, a lil bit of propaganda and we have harness now, god bless Hondata )) Now it would be perfect to see normal hi cam map to tune , started from 3k to 10k . What do you think ?

Hey Hondata , looks like you like to do perfect things as noone else can, so you have a chance to make it even more perfect, not for us , for yourself.

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TSX 04-06 how to connect FlashPro

Post by Zoro2006 » Sat Jan 28, 2012 1:30 pm

where I can find green connector ? any pictures ?
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