What I mean is that in certain conditions - especially boost at part throttle, the wideband O2 sensor on the RSX and Civic SI will cause the car to run 14.7:1 airfuel ratio regardless of the fueling the ECU or piggyback has set. We have not tested the Greddy turbo systems for this but we have seen it on other turbo systems.emfollin said:I think he means that at partial throttle the ECU won't see the boost and not dump enough fuel.
You won't need a boost controller, and you probably would not want to change the boost much since this flash is designed around the stock boost, so no you don't need a boost controller.pyropete said:Question....
Say I take this down to Ericks Racing, or another shop in Los Angeles to have my turbo installed, will I need a boost controller to go along with this program like the Profec E-01, or does this new Hondata program work with the stock emanage?
Will I need tuning also with the flash, or does the flash do all the tuning? Basically plug&play or will there have to be tuning involved after the flash? Or should I get it tuned, than flash?