The e-manage is password protected and u cannot "tweak" it unless u have something like the Profec E-01. You have to send the e-manage in to hondata as well to get reflashed so it is still quite important unless u plan on getting the K pro.
zulusTypeS said:HOndata, at the top of your graph, it says FLY WHEEL POWER, so is that number not a Wheel horse power? or is it just a name?
if that's the case that's very nice. i wonder if it's with the cat(probably) and a <3 in exhaust(probably greddy evo)emfollin said:It is wheel HP, that is a known mistake with that dyno.
Greddy won't warranty this flash. In the instructions it says that GReddy doesn't offer any warranty due to the installation factor. Why not just buy the K-pro and get the GReddy flash built into it and then fine tune from there? It is still only $500 and you don't have to worry about emanage wiring and you can change anything right from the ECU, no piggy backs.stockhonda said:Joe,
The purpose of the new base ECU flash would be so that you don't have to fuck with the Greddy MAP. And so that you'll have a smoother base to tune from. Most people don't want to bother tuning with the Emanage, because once you change it beyond that stock map that they give you, Greddy will not honor any warranty you have with the Emanage system.
emfollin said:That's funny because I was just researching the K-pro and the GReddy flash and the K-pro just seems like such a wiser choice.
True, but another factor is having the perfect tune, not just huge numbers. Another factor is that the E-manage seems to cause lots of problems with the kit because of the wiring; why not just get K-pro and not have to worry about all that.teamxrsx said:The greddy hondata flash is only a wise choice if you like the fact that you are running a generally safe and conservative 8psi on stock internals. If you want more power than about 270WHP than you will want to up your boost, then the K-pro is the only way to fly, up to about 11.3psi. Which will be over 300WHP.
emfollin said:Yes exactly. I just figure after I am going to spend $3000 or so on a turbo kit and all, I might as well make sure it is running perfect. And you probably said the best thing I've ever heard, "Nothing performs as well as the stock ECU." That is absolutely correct. The e-Manage only tricks the ECU whereas the K-pro will actually just control everything.