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Default 03-30-2018, 03:08 PM

Yes it actually used to be there and I removed it, to avoid confusion. Had a customer keep leaning his car out thinking it was fine since EGT said it was.

The boost gauge where it comes in useful is if you see it going to 100% you know boost is right against the boost safety you've entered, or if it never goes up you know right away there is a blown off chargepipe or some other issue going on. Like any gauge it's just there to do a quick check if you need.


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Default 03-30-2018, 03:11 PM

Lol yea thats not a good situation with the egr. I did wonder how it worked as i didnt know it was a percentage of target and thought it was actual psi/bar. Now i know that itll be more handy for sure.


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Default Drivetrain Malfunction - 04-01-2018, 09:14 PM

So anytime that I hit the throttle from 60 I get these four real fast pops out of the exhaust and then I get drivetrain malfunction and then the car goes into limp mode. If I just turn the car off and on it then clears it and the car starts riding like normal again. Iíve read the code and itís a misfire on five, but I changed the spark plugs two weeks ago.
Could someone please help me with this?
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Default 04-02-2018, 12:39 AM

Sossa your best bet of help is creating a post in the bms support, help me section and if possible include a log whilstthe car is doing it as it may show.


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So anytime that I hit the throttle from 60 I get these four real fast pops out of the exhaust and then I get drivetrain malfunction and then the car goes into limp mode. If I just turn the car off and on it then clears it and the car starts riding like normal again. Iíve read the code and itís a misfire on five, but I changed the spark plugs two weeks ago.
Could someone please help me with this?
First step will be to read the fault codes on the settings page.


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