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Do you think the Hondata tuning packages for the current Civic will apply directly to the new Integra or will they need to do custom tuning?

Their latest flash pro for the Civic Si makes 248 hp and 250 lb-ft of torque.



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Would something like the Hondata tuning package void the warranty? I know some manufacturers do their own tuning (Ford for Mustangs, for example) that don't void the warranty.
 

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Would something like the Hondata tuning package void the warranty? I know some manufacturers do their own tuning (Ford for Mustangs, for example) that don't void the warranty.
Yes. You're not allowed to alter the ecu in anyway. Not even the CARB legal tune. Even that one will void the engine warranty. If you fry the motor and take it to Honda/Acura they'll see you messed with the ecu . Now they kinda have to prove it was the tune but if you want to go toe to toe with them ,they can show where the ecu was tampered with. Can you return the tune to stock? Yes. But does it leave a footprint? Yes.
 

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But would the average dealership service department be able to figure that out? I'd say probably doubtful....
That depends. If you're going in for engine warranty work. Most definitely.
If you have a ktuner v2 sitting on the dash ,most definitely.
If you just take it for an oil change ,then no.
But if they have to plug into the obd2 service port,then yes.
If you take it in for an oil change and there's and update and they perform it without telling you,they'll wipe your tune away and you'll have a new paperweight and your account will be noted that there was an ecu modification. So there is variables,it's not a cut and dry yes or no.
 
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