KTuner for 16+ Civic 2.0 CVT and MT
KTuner is for off-road research and development testing only. Every vehicle should be flashed back to factory before being driven on a public road.
Announcing the KTunerFlash V1.2, the latest KTunerFlash hardware available from KTuner for flashing all of our supported KTunerFlash OBD applications. This is replacing our existing KTunerFlash V1 End User Kit and it's a HUGE upgrade.
What Features Does KTunerFlash V1.2 Offer?
* Locked To One Vehicle At A Time.
* Allows Flash Tuning And Datalogging Via Our KTuner Software.
* On Board Logging - Setup The Unit To Log Without A Laptop.
* Five Custom Tune Storage. Just Like Our KTunerFlash V2, The KTunerFlash V1.2 Offers Tune Storage For Factory Plus Five Additional Tunes.
* Deep Sleep Mode - Like Our KTunerFlash V2 The Unit Will Go Into Deep Sleep Mode With No Activity.
* Bluetooth Integration. Compatible With Our TunerView App For Android.
* The TunerView App For $4.99 Adds These Capabilities:
* Real-Time Display Gauges.
* Multiple Configurable Layouts.
* Record Video With Overlay Gauges.
* FLASH Loaded Tunes Directly From The App!
What are my options?
• KTunerFlash End User System – Hardware/software. Datalog And Flash On Your Own! – $499
|An asterisk next to an ECU number signifies that an appointment will need to be made in order to retrieve the ECU data. Part numbers for usable ECUs include:
We are currently offering one research calibration with more to come in the future. The tune can be ran with 87 octane fuel, but running 91+ will give the best results.
Improved throttle response
VTEC lowered to 5600
Mid Range and Top End Power Increases
Flash Back To Stock At Any Time
Feedback From Customers:
Overall the entire product is great. Ordering it was fast and it arrived rather quickly, it even came with two black, and two white stickers. that’s awesome because i want people to know i have Ktuner, because it is that great. The software was pretty easy to find and download, connecting was also straight forward, pretty much plug and play with simple prompts and instructions. To get the actual tune I emailed the support, who was always quick to respond and helpful. Once i had the tune uploaded, it was quick and simple to do, the car started right back up, i revved it a few times and the digital gauges showed things to be fine. I went to go get 92 octane as I was currently on 87, at about half and half there was a noticeable difference, but even on 87 it is ridiculously better. The tune makes the vtec hit earlier and harder which increases the fun, and makes the car utterly savage up to its new redline of 7k rpm. It does this in all gears, unlike before where you had to wait until third for vtec. Even better than any of that is what the reflash does for the powerband below 5, it makes the car punchy, where it was boring and linear. The response is great, coming from a traditional throttle cable, the electronic drive by wire throttle is awful, until the reflash. Now it is telepathic in the way it gives rpm, and acceleration. It revs quicker and with more ferocity than before, giving more reward for winding it to its 7k rpm redline, the speedo which is not a dial takes much larger jumps in speed than before, meaning you often realize you are carrying more speed by feeling that pull through the corner, rather than reading the speedo, it will do 90 in third, which is a great deal more than it will stock. The car actually pulls from a stop now, and the excellent response means it is much more sensitive to mid-corner adjustments, where before with its garbage adaptive throttle, it was rather guess and stab with the throttle trying to guess when it would kick into its better mode of response. Getting on the power mid-corner no longer prompts a dull trickle of rpm and maybe some forward movement, now its is a surge, it wants to kick rpm’s down your throat, needless to say it is fantastic. But even in light of all of this, the single best thing about it, is the way it makes it feel like you have aftermarket parts you don’t. i used to drive a well modified 2.0L four cylinder, it had all the bolt-ons, and some more serious internal mods as well. The rpm’s would rise quickly and violently, culminating in a powerband that feels like the right side of the letter U. The reflash makes the stock motor in my civic feel like the motor with $10k worth of mods done. For a few hundred bucks, amazing.