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Old 05-10-2015, 03:43 PM
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Thanks!

I don't recall seeing the upload arrow available (greyed out) but the Program button on the FlashPro seemed to load it into the ECU. Tried to make some runs Saturday morning but that ain't gonna work. No gaps large enough in traffic to make the six runs 18 to 70 mph in 3d gear. Probably gonna have to be in the evening or very early morning. 21 runs with a fairly audible exhaust in the same stretch of road is likely to attract attention as well.

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There is no need to do all the pulls in the same place.
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What is the easiest way to get in touch with Gernby for his e-tuning services? I tried to message him on here with no luck.
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What is the easiest way to get in touch with Gernby for his e-tuning services? I tried to message him on here with no luck.
Try gernby.tunes at yahoo com.
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Nice review! Thanks!

However, it wasn't totally clear about the VTEC engagement. Did I set your engagement at 4300, or did I set it at 3900? It is rare for my tunes to have VTEC above 4K.

Hi Gernby,

I am a new member to the s2ki community. I heard you are the best in tuning s2000's. I have a few questions for you since I would like a more detailed explanation on your tuning procedure. I apologize for hijacking this thread but since I am a new member I can't PM anyone yet. Please feel free to contact me through email: [email protected]

Thank you!
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I have a dumb question for Gernby and others who are knowledgeable about this stuff. Once you get tuned with Flashpro, does the ECU lose its ability to "learn" and "adjust" to different conditions? What I mean is, if a tune is performed off of datalogs for when the ambient temp is only 40 degrees F, does a follow up tune need to be done during the summer months when the temperature gets high? On a stock ECU, doesn't it just read the intake temp and adjust timing and stuff based on that? Just looking for someone to educate me. Thanks.
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Old 05-19-2016, 07:55 AM
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You understand Gernby only road tunes 2006+ (DBW) cars using the Honda FlashPro system. Got both?

My notes from a year ago: Everything worked out great.

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Originally Posted by redwing497 View Post
I have a dumb question for Gernby and others who are knowledgeable about this stuff. Once you get tuned with Flashpro, does the ECU lose its ability to "learn" and "adjust" to different conditions? What I mean is, if a tune is performed off of datalogs for when the ambient temp is only 40 degrees F, does a follow up tune need to be done during the summer months when the temperature gets high? On a stock ECU, doesn't it just read the intake temp and adjust timing and stuff based on that? Just looking for someone to educate me. Thanks.
I remember that Gernby mentioned temperature is less important than humidity, barometric pressure, and fuel batch.
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Old 05-19-2016, 06:38 PM
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Ok, so even those things. Does the ecu stop adjusting for those factors once it's tuned?
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How does one get Gernby to tune their car? Is it best to contact him through this forum? Does he have his own website?
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