2006 Civic Si w/ K24 Swap is in limp mode

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hamadata
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2006 Civic Si w/ K24 Swap is in limp mode

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I recently got a 2006 K24 Swapped Si and I am having a couple of troubles setting it up. It has a Hondata flashpro installed and I am able to access things and even put on the base tunes for the 2006 Si on the list. My issue is that though it is a K swap, Hondata won't let me put a k24 car tune, and also with the current (stock 2006 Si) tune I have on, I cannot go above 3000 RPM. The engine codes are for knock sensor and also oxygen sensor along with a MAF sensor reading low voltage (live data shows me that the pressure is being read just fine. I am pretty new to tuning so please if anyone can bestow their expertise I'd be more than grateful. I can answer any additional questions and do anything you need me to provide further detail.
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Re: 2006 Civic Si w/ K24 Swap is in limp mode

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You should be able to custom tune this for larger displacement on the dyno. You do need to resolve the error codes you are getting first.
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Re: 2006 Civic Si w/ K24 Swap is in limp mode

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Thank you for your reply, is it possible for the wrong tune to cause my car to go into limo mode? Currently it has the stock tune for a civic si with the regular engine which gets it to start up and run okay however it’ll not go above 3K rpm. Could a better tune solve the issue or do I have to address the codes individually (sort of like it’s the sensors that are broken). Appreciate your time!
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You should follow the factory service manual for troubleshooting the codes individually.
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