This is the "RedShift Civic ST Tune" run by so many people. We have stopped doing any tuning or chip burning; so we are making the program available for free.
Download Folder Here
It is available at the above link to anyone (public). The above folder is viewable only; so you can download anything, but you cannot save anything to the folder (so the programs there are only what RedShift has done). All files are the same with the exception of rev limit and a couple launch limits. If no launch limiter is listed, then there is no launch limit on that program. The program used to do the tune is there too in case you want to make changes. The .bin files are the tune files that reside on the chip.
How to use these programs? In short, you have to remove the stock chip in your stock PM6 ECU (which has to be made after July 1989 usually or it's not socket-able). Then plug the newly programmed chip in the new socket. I am not going to provide all the directions to do this here because it can be fairly tricky, and if you don't know what you are doing, then it's tough to learn. Google is your friend.
If you want to use this, I recommend having someone who can burn a chip do it for you. Xenocron linked below is excellent. I would expect them to charge a fee. We used to sell this chip for $99 shipped, not including the ECU or socketing the ECU. So, anything less than that and you are making out. :) No charge to download these files. We do not support these tunes anymore. They were created many years ago with 1989 Civic Si that won nationals... it had an OBX header, 2.5" exhaust, stock cat, and AEM CAI. If you have anything significantly different from this, you may want to consider using a different program or tuning it yourself.
A best resource for all things needed to do this:
Xenocron.com - if I were you, I'd have them socket the ECU for you and use the program from the above folder you want. Cannot think of a better way to do it frankly. These guys are great to deal with. http://www.xenocron.com
Update Oct 26, 2018: I have been informed that recently the 7600 bin file did not work. It was loaded to a chip by Xenocron (so done properly I suppose), chip installed, and it didn't work. Since we don't support this anymore, we have no way of knowing why this issue is occurring. Please use these files at your own risk. They were created with "GhettoDyne 2.3" (software available in the Download folder link above); so perhaps you or someone you know can resolve any issues.
Thanks for years of purchasing tuning products from RedShift. We really appreciate it.
Chris at RedShift :)