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Old 12-28-2017, 03:42 PM   #61
G. Wiffington
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G. Wiffington is cool... so far.
I am slacking lol. So I never actually got to start my car after redoing the notch
in the front crossmember & doing the header wrap install. I have fixed that
noise I was complaining about. It was indeed the downpipe hitting the
crossmember. When I pulled the piping off you could see a mark on the DP
where it was hitting. I am glad it was a simple fix.

If only I had heat!!
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Old 12-28-2017, 04:43 PM   #62
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Did you ever go get it tuned?
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Old 12-29-2017, 01:59 PM   #63
G. Wiffington
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On the Dyno, nope. But, I have been tuning it with my buddy he is pretty good
with Hondata & tuning. I have also just been reading a lot on tuning as well as
learning on the Hondata forum. The Hondata Help Guide also has all the info to tune too.
I have been going off of the "Estimated Fuel Change" on the datalogs & adjusting accordingly
since I have my AEM Wideband connected to pin D10 going into the ECU.
It really doesn't seem too complicated as long as I have the WB.
Hopefully sometime in the spring I can get it professionally tuned on a dyno.
But, I am also not beating on the engine so just in case there is an issue I
think I should be okay.

Not sure of the HP or anything though which I would love to know!
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