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    Sorry to revive a dead thread but I’m wondering about getting Hondata or a Ktuner and getting a tune for my stock 13 ex. I have a K&N drop in filter and I’m thinking about doing the intake resonator delete if I can ever find a tutorial on it.
    May end up getting some coilovers this summer but want a bit of a performance upgrade.
    Do you guys think it would be worth getting a tune even though I’m stock?

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    Of its worth it to you thats all that matters. To get an idea see how much the r18 makes stock on a dyno so search google or YouTube and then see how much power a mlbolted and tuned one makes and of if it makes you want to go that route then go that route
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    Quote Originally Posted by 12FG4Rallye View Post
    Of its worth it to you thats all that matters. To get an idea see how much the r18 makes stock on a dyno so search google or YouTube and then see how much power a mlbolted and tuned one makes and of if it makes you want to go that route then go that route
    So on the site where I’m thinking about buying my Flashpro from it says I’ll need to swap my ECU for a US one. I just looked up my ECU on hondata and it says it’s supported. I’m hoping I don’t have to replace the ECU

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2013CivicEx View Post
    So on the site where I’m thinking about buying my Flashpro from it says I’ll need to swap my ECU for a US one. I just looked up my ECU on hondata and it says it’s supported. I’m hoping I don’t have to replace the ECU
    You can check compatability directly on the hondata website.
    https://www.hondata.com/products/flashpro
    You need to be sure you bought the correct part number. No need to replace your ecu, that would be extremely expensive and unnecessary

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    Yeah that’s the first thing I did was check compatibility on hondata’s website and it said it’s supported. I haven’t pulled the trigger yet but I’m thinking about it.
    I guess I misread what the ad on the shop website was saying. It’s 06-11 that would need a US ECU. 2012-15 it’s fine.
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