Syvecs PnP Standalone ECU & Harness | Honda Civic Type R | FK8 2.0T K20C1 | 2017+
We believe this is a world first for a standalone ECU for both the OEM road car and one that retains the use of the electronic wastegate.
Based on the Syvecs S7 Plus ECU, the Plug N Play kit inherits all of the ECUs features, which include but are not limited to:
- Flat Shifting
- Electronic Wastegate Control
- Adjustable Autoblip (Automatic Heel and Toe) even with the manual gearbox with automatic rev matching
- Rolling Anti-lag / Pit lane limiter strategies, great for building boost on a roll
- Adjustable Traction Control
- Fully adjustable Launch Control
- 8 x switchable maps with the ability to select desired engine map, boost level, traction and launch control levels through steering wheel buttons
- Adjustable Knock control
- Cruise Control
- Live Tuning of every aspect of the engine’s calibration.
The S6-I ECU offers an extremely high level of precise engine management control. The triple processor unit uses a high speed RISC processor for code execution and an additional large FPGA for high speed engine position tracking, allowing the scheduling of code to be independent of signal patterns, increasing flexibility, efficiency and accuracy under transient conditions. This powerful combination also allows advanced control algorithms but yet easy to map for the end user still using our SCal software and S6 Firmware.
The Third Processor present is available for in the future users to write their own code in C for Full Vehicle Integration via Canbus and Build some custom strategies to handle some of the unique requirements which are now found in OEM Applications. Currently only Syvecs staff can do this but we are working on offering this out to all our dealers very soon!
Cased In A Sealed Aluminium Billet Unit With 3 x Waterproof Connectors Offering 94pins
16 x General Purpose Analogue Inputs:
4 x 5V/Bipolar, Sensor/Sync/Speed, Programmable Trigger Voltages
4 x 5V/Thermistor, Sensor/Sync/Speed, Fixed Trigger Voltages
4 x 5V Sensor Input
4 x Thermistor Sensor Input
1 x NTK Lambda Input
1 x K-Type Thermocouple Circuit
1 x Knock Input
18 x High/Low Side Driver Outputs:
2 x Half Bridge Outputs (Max 10 Amps)
16 x Low Side Injection/PWM Outputs (Max 10 Amps)
6 x TTL Ignition Driver
1 x Can 2.0B
1 x Rs232 Output
1 x Kline Output
100 Mhz Full Duplex Ethernet For Connection To PC For Programming And Data Download
1MB Battery Backed Internal Logging Memory, Onboard Laptop Logging and USB Logging to be supported in the near Future for near unlimited logging of certain parameters
Dimensions : 185 X 145 X 55 mm
Lead time: 1 week
Type R Kit FAQ and Help
Q) Can I install a different in-tank pump?
A) Yes, the FK2 has a basic relay on and off control for the in-tank fuel pump and can be replace for a bigger one if needed
Q) How do I change calibrations from inside the car?
A) You can have up to 12 calibration option which are controlled via the Up and Down button of the cruise control on the steering wheel
You will see which calibration you have selected with the tacho going to 2000rpm for position 2, 3000rpm for position 3 etc…
Q) How do you activate rolling antilag?
A) By pressing the Lim button on the steering wheel
Q) Can we use the OBD port still to log, read codes and clear them on other ECUs on the car like ABS?
Q) I have heard of the Autoblip, what is it and how does it work?
A) The Autoblip is used to replicate a heel and toe action without having to do it yourself. In certain conditions, the throttle body will open itself while pressing the clutch to allow rpm match on downshift. We are receiving the brake pressure and signal from a clutch switch and depending on the conditions you may have the blip of the throttle or not and you can have more or less blip too if you are in R-mode or normal mode.
The Autoblip is fully customizable depending on your driving style and preferences
Q) Does the Syvecs ECU offer flatshift?
A) Yes, Flatshift is enabled based on TPS position, RPM and clutch switch, when all the conditions are met, you will have a fuel and/or ignition cut to stop the engine to rev itself even if you’re still on full throttle.
Q) Does the OEM Traction control still works?
A) No, the OEM Traction control is completely disabled and the Syvecs Traction Control takes over it. You can still disable the traction control completely if you wish to by using the OEM Traction control switch, the light will come onon the dashboard to let you know the traction control is now disabled completely. The traction control light will also flash when the traction control is active on the Syvecs to let you know wheelspin is occurring.
Q) Does the cruise control still works?
A) Yes the cruise control still works but differently to the OEM ECU
You will need to hold the speed at which you want the cruise control to be and then press Main on the steering wheel. The Syvecs will then hold the speed at which you pressed the button at and hold it there, bear in mind the vehicle speed needs to be stable when you press or it won’t register it.
You won’t be able to increase or decrease that speed with + and – switches as they are now used to change calibrations.
Q) Does the Syvecs have launch control
A) Yes, as you probably notice, the OEM Launch isn’t the best, so Syvecs takes over to offer you a much better strategy
The launch is fully customizable (Boost, RPM etc…) and can be activated by pressing the Autostart button. When the light is on on the Autostart switch, the launch is activated, otherwise the launch is off.
Q) Everything sounds very good but what do I lose by removing the OEM ECU?
A) We have worked very hard to integrate as much of the OEM function as we could. The only things that does not work with the Syvecs ECU are the hill-start assist and the possibility to increase and decrease speed of the cruise control as we are using Up and Down to change the calibration.
You will also lose the engine oil temperature on the dash but the engine does not have an oil temperature sensor and it only shows an estimation of the oil temperature.