Hondata K100 ECU upgrade, supplied setup and fully dyno tuned

£765.00

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  • Product Description

      Since 2004 TDi North have been offering the Hondata range of products and full support for them.

      The K100 is designed for the 2001-2006 Honda Civic Type R's, Honda Integra DC5's and K-Swapped cars running K20A/2/K24 motors and engine looms.

      We are able to supply install and setup these systems in-house.

      The K100 is a circuit board that is installed in your ECU in a similar fashion to the K-Series programmable ECU (K-Pro) at a lower cost. It allows us to install a customise a map specifically tailored for the customers car in exactly the same way as the Kpro but at a considerably lower cost as it doesn't have a lot of the data logging and Bluetooth features as on the more expensive Kpro4.

      performance and gains however are identical.

       

      Main features:

      • Fits inside the ECU 
      • Designed and assembled in USA
      • Adjustment for different sized injectors, with overall fuel trim.
      • Configurable for any MAP sensor (to 5 Bar and above)
      • TPS based table lookup for ITBs
      • Engine protection from lean air fuel ratios, over boost and low oil/fuel pressure.
      • Expanded fuel and ignition tables, both in rpm and load, to 60 lbs boost and 11,000 rpm (these are not the upper limits)
      • Launch control with anti-lag 
      • Three multi purpose outputs for nitrous control or similar.
      • PWM output for boost control
      • Alternate speed sensor input.
      • Dash output serial & CAN streams.

       If you are ordering the product online we will give you a call once the order is placed to confirm a booking in date

         

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    • Product Details

      • Variant: UK / Honda Civic Ep3 Pre Face Lift / Naturally Aspirated
      • SKU: EP3-K100-NA-PFL-UK
      • Product Type: ECU & Electronics
      • Brand: Hondata

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