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So silly question I just installed my PRL HVI and I had to disconnect the ECU to get the resonator out. Pain in the ass for those thinking of this intake. When I reconnected everything the car went back into learning mode. Not a big deal it had no power. So all the codes cleared after a drive. Car pulls like crazy just wondering if the tune remains since I disconnected it?
 

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I have read (but have not confirmed with Hondata or Ktuner) that disconnecting the battery doesn't affect the tune so I'm guessing that disconnecting the ECU won't either?
 

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I have read (but have not confirmed with Hondata or Ktuner) that disconnecting the battery doesn't affect the tune so I'm guessing that disconnecting the ECU won't either?
I am thinking the same thing. Car feels good so I am thinking you are correct.
I guess I could plug in my Ktuner and look at Tuner View and take a ride.
There is quite a difference from the K&N and the PRL in feel and sound. My butt dyno feels as the K&N pulls harder on the top end. But the PRL over all drivability is better. Miss the blow off sound. It is very faint on the PRL on higher revs but it’s there.
Going to keep both 👍
 
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It’s still tuned 👍 ECU had to relearn perimeters. Traction is even more of an issue now lol with the PRL HVI.
 
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