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Default Log review request - 05-12-2018, 09:03 AM

Looks like I can up my additive? Currently at 50, looking at 65 next.

Fuel looks happy, avg ign is 0.

I know for meth safety it will delay meth flow..... right now its set to start at 8psi, but really flows at 13ish. What is the downfall of setting it to 5psi? I imagine it will just waste meth when im cruising around town, any other downfalls?

Any objections to raising additive? Any other suggestions?
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Default 05-12-2018, 09:09 AM

The log looks spot on, so no objection to turning the additive up.

You can try the meth flow at like 6psi, I don't see a problem with it now though. It might be when hitting higher psi at lower rpm using a 65 additive.

Log and post it up for us.
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Default 05-12-2018, 11:29 AM

Thanks for the quick response! Glad it looks good to you too.


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Default 06-29-2018, 11:29 AM

I upped meth additive to 66. Two logs, ~85 F ambient, about 2 minutes apart.
Is it really considered safe on a daily with stock snails to go much more than 19.5 psi? If not then, where/how can I pickup some more power, or is my limiting component the snails?



Logs look good, but I do have a question. In the first log, avg_ign started at 2.9 and dropped to 1.4 once the meth started flowing. In the second log it started at 1.4 then down to .4. I know the avg_ign takes into account some historical values for its calculation. It had been a while since I had done any long WOT (meth activated) pulls in map 3, is this why my avg_ign was initially rather high? Meaning the history is overall history and not just history while @WOT with meth flowing? So If I wanted an optimized run or dyno pull I should do a few WOT pulls to get the system adjusted?
Will a FMIC help with the "overall history" and keep my avg_ign lower between pulls?



Along those same lines, I thought that if avg_ign was above 1.5 JB4 would target a reduced boost curve. In the first log I reached 19+ psi with an avg_ign of ~2.0, which indicates the highest boost curve..... or am I not understanding this relationship correctly.

Thanks in advance!!!
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Default 07-02-2018, 07:03 AM

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Default 07-02-2018, 11:39 AM

Logs are both looking really healthy to me, I don't see any issues. Update your JB4 firmware though.
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Default 07-13-2018, 05:53 AM

Is it worth it to run more E85 + BEF? It seems since my avg_timing is good, that my octane is happy with E30 and meth....


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Bump.... looking to squeeze a bit more out.... TIA!!!


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Default 07-18-2018, 09:22 AM

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Bump.... looking to squeeze a bit more out.... TIA!!!
Yea with e30 and meth you should be good for the e85 map with more timing. Give it a go and post another log!


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