This dyno is of a stock RDX with Stage 1 and Stage 2 performance tunes.
Stage 1 operates in all 4 dynamic modes and delivers a 10 hp increase everywhere.
Stage 2 is configured for Stage 1 performance in snow and comfort and Stage 2 performance in Sport and Sport + modes. Stage 2 delivers 36 lb-ft more mid range torque and 28 more mid-range horsepower for a much more exciting drive.
The dyno figures are lower than the Accord turbo due to our four wheel dyno reading 10% lower than our 2 wheel dyno, and the AWD drivetrain absorbing more power. This leads to about a 20% torque and power difference from the 18 Accord. The midrange percentage improvements (15%-19%) are similar.
On the street
The Hondata reflash significantly reduces the throttle lag
We've put together a series of training videos to describe the function and use of the FlashPro. View the videos in High Definition Full Screen to view the screen shots.
Hondata's new generation programming tool for the 06 - 09 US Civic Si, the Japanese 06-09 Civic Type R and the European 07-09 Civic Type R. A brief introduction.
FlashPro getting started
This video covers the installation the FlashPro Manager software, the USB drivers, software registration and upload of a calibration.
One of the latest features added to FlashPro, live tuning gives you the ability to tune your Honda or Acura on the fly without switching off the engine. Live tuning simplifies part throttle tuning and significantly reduces the time and cost of tuning your car.
Hondata has developed a Race calibration which allows you to tune with the MAP sensor and bypass the limitations of the AFM sensor. A look at the tuning principles for forced induction on a modern return-less fuel system.
Datalogging and Air fuel ratios
A look a the extensive datalogging capabilities of the FlashPro and the many ways in which to examine your engine data. We touch on the datalogging of the air fuel ratios and how you can use it to adjust your tuning.
Check ECU Compatibility
To ensure that you order the correct FlashPro we recommend that you check your ECU is supported.
The ECU part number is located on the ECU. You may need to remove a plastic cover in order to see the sticker containing the part number.
EPA/CARB status (USA)
Competition vehicles only
5YF-A52 through 5YF-A56 5YF-A62 through 5YF-A66 5YF-A72 through 5YF-A76 5YF-A82 through 5YF-A86 5YF-A42