You are most likely to impact warranty on anything related to the engine. It really depends on what the problem is.TSX Cman said:Something to know that i would like but dont want to crowd this thread with the topic is. how far does this change the warrunty. i can see my dealership laerning about it and completely cutting me off from anything possible. so what would they do? and what if i can get my hands on a second ecu, could swapping them out cover up the fact im using a hondata?
You only get up to 3000 rpm??? How do you move? I'm not saying you have to take it to red line all the time (of course that ain't good) but come on. This is a ivtec engine, it's meant to rev up to get some scootForceSHO said:I got a question for everyone thats getting the hondata..
I was looking to get it but after seeing the improvement.. as a daily commuter.. Ill never get pass 3000 rpm.. the real improvement is > 5000 RPM.. I bearly see that in my driving..
are you guys getting it because you spend a lot of time at the tracks and you're going to race it or just getting it for bragging rights ?
If money is no object, would you rather have the SC first and then the Hondata or vice-versa ?