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Honda Map

Post by migas » Mon Jun 17, 2019 7:52 pm

Hello,

I ordered the stark kit with a Kpro ECU. Now i am looking for a good starting point regarding the mapping, so i could tinker from there on my own. Does someone has a mapping from the Rolling Road for a Stark instalation, preferably with JDM DC5 cams?

any help is much appreciated.

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Re: Honda Map

Post by Mikie711 » Mon Jun 17, 2019 8:37 pm

Gourlay83 on here was the resident honda expert but he is no longer active. Foz might've one as he is running a honda.
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Re: Honda Map

Post by scott.a » Mon Jun 17, 2019 9:05 pm

Mikie711 wrote:
Mon Jun 17, 2019 8:37 pm
Gourlay83 on here was the resident honda expert but he is no longer active. Foz might've one as he is running a honda.
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Re: Honda Map

Post by Gourlay83 » Tue Jul 23, 2019 1:38 pm

Hi Michail, I could send you a map but my advice would be to use one of the standard pre-loaded maps. The K-Pro has a few base maps, and believe one even has the DC5 CAMS. You can upload this, which allows you to start the car and start the mapping process.

Have you fitted a wideband lambda?. If you have, you can log the fueling against a target map and create a specific map for your car. The Hondata software is very simple and with some guidance you can get great results.

I create all my fuel maps on the road, then take it to a dyno for tweeking but have to be honest I have only saw marginal improvements to the power curve (on N/A applications that is).

Best of luck.
Alan

P.S - remember and disable the immobiliser & secondary O2 sensor on the Kpro :)
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Post by Dominic » Tue Jul 23, 2019 3:48 pm

:welcome back Alan :o)
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Re: Honda Map

Post by migas » Sun Aug 25, 2019 7:55 pm

Hello Alan,

Sorry for the very late response, i have been tweaking in the garage:)

The car is now more or less ready. As proposed, i will work with a wideband lambda sensor and hope it will work with the KPro despite it is an innovate item... i also think that fueling will be manageable. it is more the cam angle which makes me worry. but if the standard values are ok, i should get it to work pretty good... otherwise i will re post:)

good you are back, btw!

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Re: Honda Map

Post by Gourlay83 » Wed Sep 11, 2019 12:33 pm

Feel free to share your progress, haven't seen one in a while and always makes an interesting read.
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