There is no plug and play setting for any ECU really, it depends on a few different factors.
1 - Wheel diameter, depending on what size wheel you
have on the rear....this calibration will change. You can measure the
circumference of the rear wheel to see how long (in distance) it takes
to make one revolution.
2 - Lug Count. After you measure the circumference, you can count how many wheel studs you are triggering off of. If you have a 4 lug, you will have 4 pulses over the circumference of the wheel.
If you know the circumference of the wheel, you can figure out how many times that wheel needs to spin in one mile. There are 63360 inches in one mile. If your rear wheel has a 72" circumference, you have to spin that wheel 880 times over one mile. If you have 4 lugs, multiply that by revolutions per mile to get PULSES per Mile. Some ECUs will accept this....others you may have to measure or calculate slightly differently.
On a factory Honda ECU (Hondata, Neptune), the
GROUND Wheel Speed will be somewhat close right out of the box....but
the only adjustment you have is with the MISC --> ECU Speed and you
will just adjust that up or down (positive or negative) until your
actual speed matches ECU speed.
A cell phone with a GPS speed is probably the best way to match this up....or a linked AWD dyno can help you do the same.
I have also attached a starting point for an AEM V2 calibration on a FWD Honda with a 4 lug rear wheel (typical drag skinny)