If there's no predefined car profile for your vehicle, you have to edit all necessary parameters to match your car specs. All engine and gearbox parameters can be found in service manual or you can simply google it.
The following parameters are the most important ones to get your custom car profile right:
In engine preference screen, edit the rev limit, red line start, injector count as necessary.
Fuel correction factor can be determined automatically with Fuel consumption calibration.
Pay attention to the following parameters!
- Injector flow rate - influences accuracy of fuel consumption calculations, define the exact injector size of your engine,
- Fuel pressure values - same as above, however to find these parameters is not exactly an easy task, the only reliable source of information is the Honda service manual.
Guide on how to find the Fuel pressure values in service manual:
- download Honda service manual for your car model, google is your friend
- find the section "Fuel System Supply" -> "Fuel Pressure", in this example it's 11-118/119
- there will be a section describing a fuel pressure testing procedure similar to this excerpt:
- you'll find two ranges for fuel pressure, one at low engine load (vacuum hose connected), and one at high engine load (vacuum hose disconnected). In this example using B18C5, it's 260-310kPa for min fuel pressure, and 320-370kPa for max fuel pressure.
- because the range is very wide we need to take average values, in this instance it would be 285kPa (2850mBar) for min fuel pressure and 345kPa (3450mBar) for max fuel pressure.
In gearbox preference screen modify gearbox parameters and wheel size accordingly.
Here, the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) correction factor is important parameter, because it influences accuracy of all calculations by at least +-5%.
So to get the most accurate readings I suggest to do the speed calibration using the automated calibration tool in toolbox.
In ECU preference screen, select the appropriate interpretation method for engine revs and ignition, only if you're getting weird readings.