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Hi Terry. Having real nightmare in flashing stage 0 in stock map operations in MHD. It says connected but after 30 min nothing .. and no indicator on progress of flash... throughout the time. It can read
My dme codes. Martial is aware and sent you an email to confirm if my jb4 ( posi
Tapped) needs to also be removed from the obd port ... not just map 0.

Coz now cannot start car .. it says ignition problem and contact bmw.. it wont flash bk to stock either and just says connected after I select the option. But again no progress indicator ...

Disconnected battery but still no go.
Quick answer is yes. Put the JB4 on map 0 then pull from the OBDII port... Then flash.


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Default S55 crank hub spin issue - 04-24-2018, 12:04 AM

Hi. Just want to know if anyone has successfully taken steps to prevent this from occurring? Please list what is the fix and which method works.


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Hi. Just want to know if anyone has successfully taken steps to prevent this from occurring? Please list what is the fix and which method works.
How much whp are you making? I'm on stock turbos with BEF and JB4, running e63 w/550 whp, and I'm not having this issue. However I can't run full E85. For some reason, my car can't seem to take anything over e70. At least not when in Map 6 or 7. I can't wait till we crack that code and allow us all to run full e85 at Max boost.


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Hi. Just want to know if anyone has successfully taken steps to prevent this from occurring? Please list what is the fix and which method works.
There is no proven fix...but if I had to say one... Maximum PSI Crank Hub fix is as close to one as your gonna get.

I am using the VTT crank bolt capture and 30% over torqued crank bolt with loctite. No issues thus far.


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How much whp are you making? I'm on stock turbos with BEF and JB4, running e63 w/550 whp, and I'm not having this issue. However I can't run full E85. For some reason, my car can't seem to take anything over e70. At least not when in Map 6 or 7. I can't wait till we crack that code and allow us all to run full e85 at Max boost.
Oh I thought the crank hub issue also occurs with stock cars let alone tuned ones .

I believe Terry has already a bef which allows 100% E85 already and makes 550-560whp with everything stock except air intake.

This will be my objective once I sort out my niggling wiring issues with the jb4. But Im already on 100% E85 in Map 2 currently.


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There is no proven fix...but if I had to say one... Maximum PSI Crank Hub fix is as close to one as your gonna get.

I am using the VTT crank bolt capture and 30% over torqued crank bolt with loctite. No issues thus far.
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Oh I thought the crank hub issue also occurs with stock cars let alone tuned ones .

I believe Terry has already a bef which allows 100% E85 already and makes 550-560whp with everything stock except air intake.

This will be my objective once I sort out my niggling wiring issues with the jb4. But Im already on 100% E85 in Map 2 currently.
Some cars can run 100% E85, others need to reduce the mix. We could lean the BEF out further for them but I just don't think it's as safe as lowering the E85 mix slightly in those situations.


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Default 04-24-2018, 09:32 PM

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How much whp are you making? I'm on stock turbos with BEF and JB4, running e63 w/550 whp, and I'm not having this issue. However I can't run full E85. For some reason, my car can't seem to take anything over e70. At least not when in Map 6 or 7. I can't wait till we crack that code and allow us all to run full e85 at Max boost.
Similar situation here. I can run Map 1, 2, 5, 6 with full E85, but fuel trims tend to max out in Map 7.

My solution is different: run a mix of unleaded race gas with VP Racing MS109 (105 octane) or Sunoco GT260 Plus (104 octane) then Map 7 will work.


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Default 04-24-2018, 09:53 PM

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Similar situation here. I can run Map 1, 2, 5, 6 with full E85, but fuel trims tend to max out in Map 7.

My solution is different: run a mix of unleaded race gas with VP Racing MS109 (105 octane) or Sunoco GT260 Plus (104 octane) then Map 7 will work.
What is your FOL set at when your maxed out?


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What is your FOL set at when your maxed out?
Tried both 60 and 70.


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Tried both 60 and 70.
You could try 72 to 73. I have heard ZCP as high as 75.


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You could try 72 to 73. I have heard ZCP as high as 75.
I'm not sure if I want to lean things out further if Terry himself doesn't recommend it, but I'll keep those suggested values in mind.


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Default 04-25-2018, 07:19 AM

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I'm not sure if I want to lean things out further if Terry himself doesn't recommend it, but I'll keep those suggested values in mind.
Fair enough ...just speaking from experience when I have ran 73 and it helped me.


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Default 04-25-2018, 12:58 PM

so the higher you go on the FOL that leans out the fuel ?


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Default 04-25-2018, 07:00 PM

FOL is used to balance out fuel trims. Which can effect actual AFR in some situations if our of range. Generally on the S55 higher trims result in a richer AFR and misfires.


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Default 04-26-2018, 05:27 AM

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Some cars can run 100% E85, others need to reduce the mix. We could lean the BEF out further for them but I just don't think it's as safe as lowering the E85 mix slightly in those situations.
Oic ok. I did a log on Map 6 in the support section if you can have a look at it Tx


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Hey guys,

A quick question, what should the default setting be on option 2 - boost gauge on fuel? Off or On?
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Default is 2/1 boost on fuel under heavy throttle only.


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Default 05-05-2018, 11:33 AM

I have a stock ZCP, can I use Map 2 with 93 gas but no exhaust mods?


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Default 05-05-2018, 01:30 PM

Map1 may wind up being a better fit but easy to evaluate map2 and see.


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You'd have to post a CSV log to the support area or email it in if you need tuning assistance.


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what will make more power vp ms109 race gas or 93 octane mix what E85 on the 2015 bmw m3 m4 !!!!!!!!
Depends on the E85 mix and tuning, generally about the same power potential.


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Default 05-09-2018, 10:14 AM

Got it all sorted with support, thanks Terry.

Whats the latest with the BEF situation? Is it live? Is there a thread on the details? Havent found much after searching. E85 station is like 5 miles away, kinda hard not to make the best of it u know?
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