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Guys,

We have had a few members from the forum requesting information on the Honda 2.2 i-Dtec 148bhp. We are proud to announce we are one of the first UK tuners to offer tuning for this platform with proven performance figures.

After extensive software development we can offer astonishing results using only 0.16 bar increase over standard. The i-Dtec engine utilises the latest EDC17 engine management system and 1800 bar Piezo fuel injection.

With figures of 205bhp and 296lbft torque we ensure that all power is smooth in delivery ensuring reliability and satisfaction. Due to the weight and the long gearing we ensured a torque figure of 296lbft was maintained for longevity and reliability of clutch operation.

I have attached a dyno chart for our performance delivery with a comparison of modified against original.

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Tony
Celtic Tuning
 

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NIce curves, why do the OE maps have that dump of torque so low down? surely elongating that build up of torque in a manner akin to a nasp engine (as per a remap) is better for the clutch?

i just dont get idea behind the standard mapping.
 

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hi celtic

any word on the improvements to the auto gearbox on the cr-v? is it the same config as uve supplied and would it damage the gearbox in anyway?

also can you advise average mpg rates after the new mapping?

im buying the cr-v 2.2 auto but the mpg or co2 doesnt look too impressive pre mapping
 

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I've just made a purchase on a Type-S Accord and was looking to see if anyone did anything for the 180hp version.

Will be watching this with interest :popcorn2:
 

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Interesting ... but the max torque is lower than the remapped i-CTDI :confused:
 

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Quick question for you guys at celtic. Why do you use 5th or 6th gear when doing your mapping. I have always thought that 3rd was the one most companies used. Will be wanting a file only map from you guys at the beginning of March so will be in contact soon. Thanks
 

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yes, the clutch in type-s is different than in 150hp i-dtec. i had both in my hands, one from the typeS has different disc for sure, except for that the epc number of both is different
by the way I have the clutch set from typeS for sale as I tried to mount it in my civic, but it occured it won't work with this engine even though all mounting holes are the same. the height of both clutches is different...
 

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Quick question for you guys at celtic. Why do you use 5th or 6th gear when doing your mapping. I have always thought that 3rd was the one most companies used. Will be wanting a file only map from you guys at the beginning of March so will be in contact soon. Thanks
Is it not because they are trying to get the closest gear ratio to 1 which may be 5th in the car dynoed above.
 

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yes, the clutch in type-s is different than in 150hp i-dtec. i had both in my hands, one from the typeS has different disc for sure, except for that the epc number of both is different
by the way I have the clutch set from typeS for sale as I tried to mount it in my civic, but it occured it won't work with this engine even though all mounting holes are the same. the height of both clutches is different...
Thankyou for trying buri that has answered the question that a lot of us have been asking, sorry it didn't work.
 

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can you use this map on a Auto gear box version but put the torque up to 430lbft?? Please advise of the cost and if the local honda dealer would notice when the vehicle goes in for service?
 

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can you use this map on a Auto gear box version but put the torque up to 430lbft?? Please advise of the cost and if the local honda dealer would notice when the vehicle goes in for service?
err 430 nm maybe.... you wont get 430 lb ft.
Youd embarass a few supercars with 430 lb ft :D
 
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