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Old 06-09-2006, 10:21 AM
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i just got my itb's here and i was searching on honda-tech about tuning them. and they were saying that you ca run itb's with a afc hack. some of the guys on there said they've een doing it for a while. and all they do is lean it out and it works fine as long as all the sensors are hookd up right. what u guys think?
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Old 06-09-2006, 07:22 PM
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Sure it will run but I still think it will be a bitch to tune and it probably won't run as good as it should on the AFC. Idealy tuning using Alpha N type maps would be most efficient and probably yeild much better results. Look into running Crome for your setup.
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Old 06-10-2006, 02:18 PM
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i don't have everything i need to run chrome and i've tried learning how to mess with it and its a bitch lol...i got it running pretty good...just alittle rich at idle and at about 2k rpms...i'm going to get it neptuned in like a week or two



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Old 06-10-2006, 05:22 PM
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crome itb tools own


those look familar
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Old 06-10-2006, 05:52 PM
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Have j davis tune it hands down
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Old 06-10-2006, 11:49 PM
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that looks hot. But you dont have massive vtak to hear through them
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Old 06-11-2006, 01:49 AM
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I think the lynch pin w/ ITB setups, is how well you can adjust the TPS, and how well/stable its mounted.
Ive used CROME w/ itb tools twice. The first time went butter smooth with a very clean driving car.
The 2nd time, the homemade ITB's had some serious TPS issues, and ended up not getting it drivable.

Also, if you wanna go super gangster, run your TPS signal into the ECU's map pin, and just edit the tables accordingly. (you have to use Uber or CROME w/ boost maps due to the voltage range of the TPS)
Josh Ross and I did that once, and it turned out suprisingly well.

Ive also done ITB's with just a MAP sensor on a vacuum log, and the car idled good, and was easy to tune WOT, but anything in between was dicey. The car ran fine, but was very difficult to get a clean fuel map part throttle.

CROME ITB-Tools FTW.

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Old 06-11-2006, 03:30 AM
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Originally Posted by leed
I think the lynch pin w/ ITB setups, is how well you can adjust the TPS, and how well/stable its mounted.
Ive used CROME w/ itb tools twice. The first time went butter smooth with a very clean driving car.
The 2nd time, the homemade ITB's had some serious TPS issues, and ended up not getting it drivable.

Also, if you wanna go super gangster, run your TPS signal into the ECU's map pin, and just edit the tables accordingly. (you have to use Uber or CROME w/ boost maps due to the voltage range of the TPS)
Josh Ross and I did that once, and it turned out suprisingly well.

Ive also done ITB's with just a MAP sensor on a vacuum log, and the car idled good, and was easy to tune WOT, but anything in between was dicey. The car ran fine, but was very difficult to get a clean fuel map part throttle.

CROME ITB-Tools FTW.

i have the map hooked to the vacuum manifold now...it idles good...just not the best driving and it burns way to much fuel. i don't know how to use crome and dont have everything i need. and i dunno when J. D. can tune it. i know P1 said they could neptune it for 550. but i don't want to do that if j.d. can tune it.
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Did you feel that a gold valve cover would make it completly like mine or what? haha

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Old 06-11-2006, 03:36 AM
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Originally Posted by AbaZ
Did you feel that a gold valve cover would make it completly like mine or what? haha

i actually just noticed that 2 days ago...i've had the valve cover for a pretty good amount of time now...and just never thought of urs lol...i painted my velocity stacks gold aswell...which that it getting change due to the fact it looks really ghey. and i dunno i just liked the way it looked...plus the valve cover matches the rims.
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