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Post  Matt on Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:24 am

wanting to tune the H.
where should I go and what should I expect?

I have skunk2 intake manifold kings motorsports intake, 10.2mm vision wires, denso iridiums, cheap header,
apexi n1 exhaust, and some other small things.
I would like to put down around 180 ish.
is that realistic?
thanks

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Post  BOWERS on Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:25 am

The Shop Inc! FTMFW!

Mine put down 133whp on their mustang dyno...on Dan's Dynojet it put down 159whp almost 160whp. But with the mustang dyno you will get more realistic numbers plus there awesome guys to talk to.
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Post  Matt on Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:30 am

BOWERS wrote:The Shop Inc! FTMFW!

Mine put down 133whp on their mustang dyno...on Dan's Dynojet it put down 159whp almost 160whp. But with the mustang dyno you will get more realistic numbers plus there awesome guys to talk to.
I heard dan doesnt like to mess with tuning n/a honda's

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Post  BOWERS on Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:33 am

pretty much...give Pat and Chad a call 464-2600.

What are you tuning with?
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Post  Matt on Mon Jan 14, 2008 8:04 am

I have a chipped p30 with a phearable chip.
but I plan to tune with the VAFC that I have installed for ease.
I dont want to pull the chip out everytime, and got on the computer and deal with burning it
and with the vafc I can use the hi/lo throttle settings and I have the display also.

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Post  Uncle Buck on Mon Jan 14, 2008 8:20 am

which H22 are you starting out with??? kinda makes it a lil easier to decide.... but yes you can hit 180 no prob.

186hp on this setup:

Skunk 2 manifold
Injen CAI
ESP header
3" exhaust
12lb Flywheel
Chrome tune
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Post  Matt on Mon Jan 14, 2008 9:32 am

what do you mean wich am i starting out with

like what motor do i have ?
its a H22A1

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Post  Matt on Mon Jan 14, 2008 9:35 am

and i really kinda want a lightened flywheel

what did you notice different with that on there

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Post  1.8liter on Mon Jan 14, 2008 10:56 am

The shop I use to work for here in KC tuned a swapped JDM H22A prelude with
AEM Intake
HyTech Header
Test Pipe (who needs cats)
Apexi N1 Exhaust,
Skunk 2 intake manifold,
Chrome P28 (very fine tune)
12lb Competition Clutch flywheel and Stage 2 street clutch.

I'm trying to remember the numbers. I think it made like 183 or 184 WHP 143lbs FTQ redline at 8300rpms with vtec cross over at 5100 rpms. This car was a beast for a prelude. It ran strong!!!!!
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Post  Matt on Mon Jan 14, 2008 11:59 am

he had a h22 running to 8300revs ????????

what valvetrain upgrades did it have?

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Post  1.8liter on Mon Jan 14, 2008 4:22 pm

Matt wrote:he had a h22 running to 8300revs ????????

what valvetrain upgrades did it have?
stock it can rev that high trust me!!! and it still runs perfect till this day....but here soon we are going to do Crower cause we are going to do some more internal mods!!!!
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Re: thoughts for a tune

Post  BOWERS on Tue Jan 15, 2008 1:26 am

<=== Not a fan of the vafc's....Sell it! You can adjust more using your chipped ecu than the vafc, plus if it's already chipped you can have Matt from Phearable.net write you a new program to tune with for your exact set up.
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Post  Uncle Buck on Tue Jan 15, 2008 2:06 am

Matt wrote:he had a h22 running to 8300revs ????????

what valvetrain upgrades did it have?

my roomates drag teg with a H will be hitting 11k for rpm's this upcoming season....... (ill post a build thread when that time comes)
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Post  Matt on Tue Jan 15, 2008 4:41 am

BOWERS wrote:<=== Not a fan of the vafc's....Sell it! You can adjust more using your chipped ecu than the vafc, plus if it's already chipped you can have Matt from Phearable.net write you a new program to tune with for your exact set up.
the chip is from phearable, i told him my setup before he burned it. i still use all the other features of the chip, like the 2 step, shift light, ect ect but i want to get it dyno tuned, and i am not going to drive to phearable, lol.
but i will just use the vafc to change the mapping. and use the 2 throttle settings.
idk yet i want to find a decent place first

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Post  1.8liter on Tue Jan 15, 2008 3:44 pm

BOWERS wrote:<=== Not a fan of the vafc's....Sell it! You can adjust more using your chipped ecu than the vafc, plus if it's already chipped you can have Matt from Phearable.net write you a new program to tune with for your exact set up.
I never like the VAFC's it always changed the settings when I didn't need it too and it was not efficent enough when it came down to tuning. I've delt with AEM, Hondata, Crome, Neptune, and VAFC. Out of all of them I loved the AEM EMS when it came down to tuning.
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