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Civic Type R FlashPro Available March 30 2018

US FK8 Civic Type R only Flashing via OBD-II port ECU *needs to be sent to Hondata for unlocking *

Full tuning capabilities from FlashPro

Since Honda MFG already made turbo chargers in most models of their vehicles, beginning in 2017, in the near future there will be a lot of turbo engines available in the market for you to do an engine swap. At Wang Auto, we are looking for customers interested in doing the first engine swap on newer Honda Civic models. Anything 2006 or newer Civic models qualifies for this kind of a swap. Since Hasport already process to made the Civic engine swap motor mounts, that qualifies for engine swap. The only challenge is the wire harness to hook up with the factory ECU. We will sponsor you, waive the label cost for this kind of job.

If you're interested, please contact me via email for futher information.

Guess what we have? A brand new Type R. We put it up on the lift at Hasport and look around the car. Then we pull the engine out. That's right, we pulled the engine out. All in the interest of education. Look for a more in-depth video looking at the engine in a future episode. Sorry about the audio. I did just by a new mic for future videos.

This is the second of our series on test fitting the K20C into other Honda chassis. This time we try it in cars that came equipped with a K-series engine. We have a 7th, 8th and 9th gen Civic. Our 7th gen Civic came originally with a D17, but the engine bay is almost identical to the EP3 and RSX. The new Accord with the K20C1 turbo is at dealers now, so we have started the countdown until we see one in a salvage yard. Luckily, we got the oil pan from that engine and found some surprises. Stay tuned for future videos where we try the engine in an EF, DA, and ZF (CRZ) chassis. What do you think? Do you have a question or comment? Leave it down below and well do our best to answer it. If you like our videos please subscribe and hit the bell so you get notifications when a new video is available. Better yet, head over the vtecacademy.com and buy a VTEC Academy T-shirt. You'll look great and we appreciate the support.

For those of you just tuning in, you're probably wondering how we got a K20C from a Type R. Well, we bought a Type R and pulled the engine out. Why? So we could take a closer look at it and see what makes this engine so good. We'll also talk about the K20 turbo motor that will be coming in the new Accord. Is it the same or not? The Civic is also available with a L15B7 turbo engine. The K20C's little brother that's making huge waves with tuners. Are they the same size? Are the electronics the same? What are the differences? For the answer to these questions and many more, get yourself a drink and sit back and enjoy the video. Do you have a question or comment? Leave it down below and well do our best to answer it. If you like our videos please subscribe and hit the bell so you get notifications when a new video is available. Better yet, head over the vtecacademy.com and buy a VTEC Academy T-shirt. All the cool kids have them.

This is the first of our series on test fitting the K20C into other Honda chassis. We know we aren't the first to stick this engine in an EG, but this covers the EG, EK and DC2. The K20C is a big beefy engine and fits kind of tight. We've outlined our thoughts on the swap and talked about some of the problems that might pop up. Stay tuned for future videos where we try the engine in an EF, DA, EM2, ZE, ZF, FD, and FG chassis. The new 2018 Accord has A K20C1 turbo engine too. We can't wait till it's out. That's probably going to be the choice for most people wanting this swap. BTW, if you want to be the first of your friends with this swap and you have a Civic or Integra and the K20C engine and 6-speed from the 2018 Accord, drop them off and we will be happy to make mounts to get it in the car and the wiring so it can run. BREAKING NEWS: After this video was recorded Motec released a plug and play ECU for the Type R. Although it is expensive, it will allow people to do this swap in any chassis. ERROR CORRECTION: Please don't bother correcting me about the DC2 chassis being the 1994-2001 Integra. It is a mistake I constantly make when talking about the Integra, but I am fully aware that the model stretches from 1994-2001. This video is liable to cause a lot of questions. Do you have a question or comment? Leave it down below and well do our best to answer it. If you like our videos please subscribe and hit the bell so you get notifications when a new video is available. Better yet, head over the vtecacademy.com and buy a VTEC Academy T-shirt. You'll look great and we appreciate the support.

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