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Old 02-20-2017, 03:33 PM   #1
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Hondata CPR help?

I recently purchased a Hondata CPR kit along with OEM coils, and OEM distributor. I have everything wired in exactly how they tell you to on Hondata's site.
My car fires right up and idles great. With light application to the gas pedal it revs up nicely and fully up until my launch control which is set at 4500 but, once I apply heavy throttle, the car bogs down and dies/tries to die. It'll fire right back up after and do the exact same thing. I have tried using my other distributor on it and I am still getting the same results.
Once I set my ignition setup back to distributor and plug wires the car functions normally. I have tried researching this but no one seems to have the same issues I'm having. I am hoping someone on this site has some knowledge on the Hondata CPR and can give some guidance. I am beginning to wonder if it is because I am OBD0 to OBD1 converted and just following Hondata's installation procedure fully. My car is running a Locash jumper harness and my ECU does have the Q37 resistor installed.
Any help is appreciated.
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Old 02-20-2017, 06:45 PM   #2
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Haven't installed mine yet, did you use the correct plugs?
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Old 03-09-2017, 09:48 AM   #3
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Stupid question, but did you enable the CPR option in the software?

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I recently purchased a Hondata CPR kit along with OEM coils, and OEM distributor. I have everything wired in exactly how they tell you to on Hondata's site.
My car fires right up and idles great. With light application to the gas pedal it revs up nicely and fully up until my launch control which is set at 4500 but, once I apply heavy throttle, the car bogs down and dies/tries to die. It'll fire right back up after and do the exact same thing. I have tried using my other distributor on it and I am still getting the same results.
Once I set my ignition setup back to distributor and plug wires the car functions normally. I have tried researching this but no one seems to have the same issues I'm having. I am hoping someone on this site has some knowledge on the Hondata CPR and can give some guidance. I am beginning to wonder if it is because I am OBD0 to OBD1 converted and just following Hondata's installation procedure fully. My car is running a Locash jumper harness and my ECU does have the Q37 resistor installed.
Any help is appreciated.
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Stupid question, but did you enable the CPR option in the software?
Yes all of the functions were enabled in the ECU. But I lied, the car is not running fine on just distributor. It fired up the first time and revved fine, but now is not running on the CPR or stock ignition. It is having this problem no matter the circumstances. I thought maybe the problem was something in my old jumper harness that I spliced in or pinned in wrong or something, but I just bought a brand new jumper from you and installed it on stock ignition and still get nothing.


I meant to delete this thread since I figured the problem was definitely not due to a fault in the CPR haha. I just forgot I even posted this. So now I'm trying to trace where this issue is coming from because the car ran flawlessly before trying to install the CPR kit. I bet I just messed something up in my ECU settings that I'm not seeing.
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