If you get a FlashPro, it does come with a few "canned" tunes that you can choose from based on a few popular mods, but results are murky at best, so who knows if they are any good or not.I haven't done any mods yet and Im trying to find where to start, I have looked at getting the full race exhaust but I am on a tight budget. Would it just be better for me to get the hondta flashpro or the full race exhaust first?
It comes with a few preloaded "canned" tunes. But most people use it to create (or have created for them) a completely customized tune.I'm still confused on how it works, do you have to purchase tunes along with the flashpro or does it come with a tune already loaded?
$300 is not bad. I have the invidia q300 and its so beat to shit after like six months that I don't like it anymoreI may be lucky, but there's a shop close to me that does full custom exhaust. He doesn't care to do stainless, but he will. Last I had him do was around 300 for full exhaust. It wasn't near as nice looking as full-race, but it was completely customizable. I did buy the full-race for my build, only because I needed exhaust for my tune, and couldn't drive it until it was tuned.
My preference is always exhaust first, makes the drive more enjoyable. I also base shift points off of sound...had too many manuals without tachs previously.
Either way, it's up to you, enjoy modding!
Hey everyone, I have a question. Does anyone know what you can do to tweak the stock tune with flashpro? I mean are there any settings you can adjust to get even more power from the stock reflash?
To answer your question straight up; I don't know.I haven't done any mods yet and Im trying to find where to start, I have looked at getting the full race exhaust but I am on a tight budget. Would it just be better for me to get the hondta flashpro or the full race exhaust first?
Any gains from the hondata flashpro on a stock si?