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Just change the JB4 WMI setting under boost additive to 70?
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Kato doing work tonight, setting the stock turbo Stinger 1/4 mile record on stock rims and 93 octane!
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Default 07-11-2019, 07:41 AM

Hi Terry,

I purchased a 50mm tial BOV and put in a 6psi spring which I read is recommend for the stinger.

The car doesn't seem to hold boost. The car feels smoother with the stock recirculating valves.

I data logged a few runs they're very short and small but maybe you can see what I'm talking about?

Appreciate all the help.

Jay C.
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Default 07-11-2019, 08:08 AM

The one full throttle log looks good to me. On the Tial BOV as a test try running it manually off the manifold directly like this:
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Default 07-11-2019, 08:13 AM

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The one full throttle log looks good to me. On the Tial BOV as a test try running it manually off the manifold directly like this:
Do we need to drill a whole in it? Or is there a nipple already there we can tap into?
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Default 07-11-2019, 08:17 AM

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The one full throttle log looks good to me. On the Tial BOV as a test try running it manually off the manifold directly like this:
I will go ahead and do so and report back. Also, I can just leave the other vacuum port without a hose? and is that a hose adapter connecting both hoses?

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Default 07-11-2019, 08:22 AM

Yes the vacuum canister there is only used for the BOV so the other vacuum line you remove can stay unplugged. Also be careful when removing it, don't want to break the plastic nipple. I used a small screw driver to sort of pry it forward a bit before pulling it off.


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Default 07-11-2019, 08:27 AM

Understood. Will try it today. Not having any issue but I'd rather have it working manually
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Default 07-11-2019, 11:07 AM

Make sure you get the proper spring. My car pulls around -18” of vac so I have a plain spring and it works perfect now.
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Default 07-11-2019, 11:13 AM

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Make sure you get the proper spring. My car pulls around -18Ē of vac so I have a plain spring and it works perfect now.
You have a stinger GT as well? Everyone recommends a 6 psi spring for it with a tial.
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Default 07-11-2019, 01:46 PM

I recently uninstalled then reinstalled my JB4, and now it feels like there is a lag until 4K rpm. It feels a lot like VTEC; not much going on until after 4K, even at WOT. I’ll usually start my pulls in 2nd gear @ 3k rpm. I don’t remember it feeling like this the first time around with the JB4. Did I just forget, or is this normal?
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Default 07-11-2019, 02:06 PM

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I recently uninstalled then reinstalled my JB4, and now it feels like there is a lag until 4K rpm. It feels a lot like VTEC; not much going on until after 4K, even at WOT. Iíll usually start my pulls in 2nd gear @ 3k rpm. I donít remember it feeling like this the first time around with the JB4. Did I just forget, or is this normal?
Can you get a log so we can check it out? What map and fuel are you using?


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Default 07-12-2019, 01:02 AM

Sorry if it had been already mentioned but cannot find it.
JB4 / BMS intakes / custom made exhaust 3.3TT - HKS 45iL plugs: should be gapped to 0.22, 0.23 or 0.24?
Which is the best and tested (mostly for MAP1/2)?
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Default 07-12-2019, 07:33 AM

0.22 or 0.23 will work.

I'd go with the closer gap to prevent/minimize spark blowout.
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Default 07-12-2019, 09:25 PM

Installed JB4 today and ran a couple Map 1 pulls without fuel wires and stock plugs for now. Mind reviewing them Terry? Ill test some more tomorrow now that I have the fuel wires in(damn that little grey positap fitting and the undercarriage covers).

Thanks a bunch.
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Installed JB4 today and ran a couple Map 1 pulls without fuel wires and stock plugs for now. Mind reviewing them Terry? Ill test some more tomorrow now that I have the fuel wires in(damn that little grey positap fitting and the undercarriage covers).

Thanks a bunch.
Looks all normal to me! Sucks on the posi-tap, we have spares on the site if you need. Or maybe a local hardware store will sell them.


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Default New Install - 07-12-2019, 09:51 PM

Hey Terry,

Just installed JB4 in 19 Stinger with fuel wires and denso plugs gapped at .22 as suggested. Please see attached logs for map 1 and map 2 and confirm all is okay. I am current using Shell 91. Usually use Petro 94 but I read in the Canadian thread that Petro 94 is not that great.
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Default 07-12-2019, 10:08 PM

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Looks all normal to me! Sucks on the posi-tap, we have spares on the site if you need. Or maybe a local hardware store will sell them.
Oh don't you worry. I found it. One floor jack, one jack stand, one 10mm socket, 8 bolts and 1 pop rivet later. Thanks again for taking a look at it.
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Default 07-14-2019, 10:05 AM

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Can you get a log so we can check it out? What map and fuel are you using?
I've attached 2 logs; I started each log between 2k and 3k rpm in 2nd gear. I'm running map 3 with e30.

I don't know if this would have any affect, but when I uninstalled the fuel wires the first time around, I noticed a few of the internal wire strands had been pinched off when screwing/unscrewing them in; I ended up just reinstalling them as is. Should I cut the wire down so all internal strands are still intact? Does this make sense?

Thanks.
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Default 07-14-2019, 10:14 AM

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Hey Terry,

Just installed JB4 in 19 Stinger with fuel wires and denso plugs gapped at .22 as suggested. Please see attached logs for map 1 and map 2 and confirm all is okay. I am current using Shell 91. Usually use Petro 94 but I read in the Canadian thread that Petro 94 is not that great.
I think map2 looks fine here on your Shell 91.
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