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Default 11-15-2020, 01:45 PM

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... mark them before you cut them so that you know?
It's already cut off. Now I don't know how to check if I've connected the wires correctly. Would there be anything wrong if I mixed up the wires?
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So even after gapping the plugs down to .024 the car still had a stutter and when the clutch pushed in randomly the RPMS would drop down as low as 500rpm and stutter. I returned the value for the throttle response in the DWP slot back to 0 to disable and the car seems to be driving much better will be able to get a longer drive tomorrow to see if the rpms still drop low on clutch press. I attached 3 logs making a WOT pull on map 0, 1, and 2 to see if everything looks good to continue to run map 2.

Is there a recommended value to run in user settings for PID Gain, FF/wastegate adaptation, and fuel open loop?

Also is it normal for the throttle value to not go to 100% the logs consistently show throttle is only going to 97% just curious.
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Default 11-16-2020, 01:52 AM

Hey Terry, dynoed the car on pump gas and meth.

Can you check the maps, in particular map 5 and let me know if you think there should be any gain if I go VP109? Is the timing ok or anymore to be had with better fuel?

I was hoping to be around 480-500whp with my mods. Let me know.

Kia Stinger - Dyno 455whp/504wtq - YouTube

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- NGT Primary ********
- HJS 200cell Highflow Cats
- JUN BL Midpipe and Catback

Map 0 - 350whp/402wtq - Red
Map 1 - 426whp/464wtq - Blue
Map 3 - 432whp/499wtq - Green
Map 4 - 447whp/504wtq - Yellow
Map 5 - 455whp/504wtq - Dark Blue
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File Type: csv P21_M4_R1_201115_183514 - 447whp.csv (12.0 KB, 3 views)
File Type: csv P21_M3_R1_201115_185041 - 432whp.csv (12.6 KB, 5 views)
File Type: csv P21_M1_R1_201115_185301 - 426whp.csv (12.6 KB, 3 views)
File Type: csv P21_M0_R1_201115_185513 - 350whp.csv (15.7 KB, 3 views)


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Default 11-16-2020, 06:31 AM

New problem. I have a bad abs sensor which the dealer is going to fix. That kills abs and esc (lights on all of the time). Now I am getting a turbo overboost code and have basically no boost. Does the car go into a reduced power mode when esc is faulty and the JB4 is causing it to exceed threshold? Or do you think I have another, separate problem?
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Also - what bit do I need to turn off to disable the ewg connectors? Just to aid in troubleshooting?
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Default resolved - 11-16-2020, 07:00 AM

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So even after gapping the plugs down to .024 the car still had a stutter and when the clutch pushed in randomly the RPMS would drop down as low as 500rpm and stutter. I returned the value for the throttle response in the DWP slot back to 0 to disable and the car seems to be driving much better will be able to get a longer drive tomorrow to see if the rpms still drop low on clutch press. I attached 3 logs making a WOT pull on map 0, 1, and 2 to see if everything looks good to continue to run map 2.

Is there a recommended value to run in user settings for PID Gain, FF/wastegate adaptation, and fuel open loop?

Also is it normal for the throttle value to not go to 100% the logs consistently show throttle is only going to 97% just curious.
So made my morning commute and even with it being the coldest temp start up the car did not have any issues. The only thing I changed was I disabled the throttle response in the dwp slot of the user settings. Not sure why the car seems to not like any value being used.

So Terry does the tune look good for the map 2 selection to keep using?


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Default 11-16-2020, 12:34 PM

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Hey Terry, dynoed the car on pump gas and meth.
The log itself looks pretty clean here. The only thing that might further help is a longer cool down or the IAT spoof to get IAT down and ignition advance up. Some dynojets read lower than others so that could also be a factor. But tuning wise I don't see much I'd want to change.
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Default 11-16-2020, 01:02 PM

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The log itself looks pretty clean here. The only thing that might further help is a longer cool down or the IAT spoof to get IAT down and ignition advance up. Some dynojets read lower than others so that could also be a factory. But tuning wise I don't see much I'd want to change.
I notice on all maps 1 to 5 the power is almost the same past 5.5k, is that cause the small turbos are running out of steam?


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Default 11-16-2020, 05:07 PM

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I notice on all maps 1 to 5 the power is almost the same past 5.5k, is that cause the small turbos are running out of steam?
Yes even as you raise boost up top you don't see a proportional power gain due to the excessive back pressure on the tiny turbos.


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Default 11-16-2020, 06:04 PM

#12 Nozzle, EWG cables and Map6 is your next step. You'll see your 480 easy.


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Hey Terry, dynoed the car on pump gas and meth.

Can you check the maps, in particular map 5 and let me know if you think there should be any gain if I go VP109? Is the timing ok or anymore to be had with better fuel?

I was hoping to be around 480-500whp with my mods. Let me know.

Kia Stinger - Dyno 455whp/504wtq - YouTube

Mods,
2018 RWD Kia Stinger
- 5th gear run
- 98Ron (93 Octane)
- JB4 Map 5 w/EWG
- Snow Meth VC50 - 10GPH nozzle (70m/30w mix)
- AEM Intake
- Mishimoto Intercooler
- NGT Primary ********
- HJS 200cell Highflow Cats
- JUN BL Midpipe and Catback

Map 0 - 350whp/402wtq - Red
Map 1 - 426whp/464wtq - Blue
Map 3 - 432whp/499wtq - Green
Map 4 - 447whp/504wtq - Yellow
Map 5 - 455whp/504wtq - Dark Blue
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Default 11-17-2020, 07:22 AM

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Hi. I extended the obd wire but forgot to mark the wires. How do you know which wire is which?
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Terry, Can you help me, please. I'm afraid I'm going to burn something!
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Default 11-17-2020, 09:33 AM

I read a lot about how the boost is turned down under certain RPMs for the RWD. Is there a setting that I can change to have the added boost at lower RPMs for the AWD setup? I feel that we might be able to kick higher accelerations if we put more boost early in the RPM range. Thanks in advance for any help.
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I read a lot about how the boost is turned down under certain RPMs for the RWD. Is there a setting that I can change to have the added boost at lower RPMs for the AWD setup? I feel that we might be able to kick higher accelerations if we put more boost early in the RPM range. Thanks in advance for any help.
The maps run full boost, you'd have to elect to lower boost further on RWD models. To really launch an AWD you need to add the brake boost switch.


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Default 11-17-2020, 10:23 AM

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Terry, Can you help me, please. I'm afraid I'm going to burn something!
This is the OBDII wiring diagram.
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Default 11-17-2020, 10:26 AM

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The maps run full boost, you'd have to elect to lower boost further on RWD models. To really launch an AWD you need to add the brake boost switch.
Thank you for the reply. Just wanted to make sure that I was optimizing performance for the modification.
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Default 11-18-2020, 01:14 AM

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Yes even as you raise boost up top you don't see a proportional power gain due to the excessive back pressure on the tiny turbos.
So the turbos are huffin and puffin but unfortunately they ainít bringing the house down


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Default 11-18-2020, 05:44 PM

Good evening. Just ordered the JB4 for my 2020 stinger. Already have the HKS plugs gapped at 0.022. Could you send me your email Terry? I have some questions and would like to send logs for you to look at once I install. Thanks!
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Default 11-19-2020, 06:17 AM

That's what this forum is for my friend, ask away. Though Terry is very helpful, he's even more busy. You have a huge pool of JB users here to help out.
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Good evening. Just ordered the JB4 for my 2020 stinger. Already have the HKS plugs gapped at 0.022. Could you send me your email Terry? I have some questions and would like to send logs for you to look at once I install. Thanks!
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Default 11-19-2020, 07:39 AM

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That's what this forum is for my friend, ask away. Though Terry is very helpful, he's even more busy. You have a huge pool of JB users here to help out.
Thanks! I ask mainly because I read the last 3 pages of this forum and do not understand what you are talking about with codes and abbreviations. I am very new to any kind of tuning. Im hoping to gain some knowledge and meet some people along the way.
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Thanks! I ask mainly because I read the last 3 pages of this forum and do not understand what you are talking about with codes and abbreviations. I am very new to any kind of tuning. Im hoping to gain some knowledge and meet some people along the way.
Get the JB4 installed, update it to the latest firmware, try it on MAP 0. If all's well, change it to MAP 1 and log - upload the log here! Ask any questions along the way and welcome!


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Good evening. Just ordered the JB4 for my 2020 stinger. Already have the HKS plugs gapped at 0.022. Could you send me your email Terry? I have some questions and would like to send logs for you to look at once I install. Thanks!
terry@burgertuning.com, but the forum is great also for logs, etc, as often many people wind up with the same question.


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Default 11-20-2020, 08:46 PM

Good day,
What firmware and setting should I Use with the following
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Default 11-21-2020, 09:52 AM

Shouldn't have any issues with the latest v22 firmware.


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Default 11-21-2020, 12:07 PM

Thanks Terry ! Your support is really appreciated !
I really like the wiper fonction to choose the map
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Default 11-23-2020, 01:39 PM

Having issues with WOT. I recently installed the EWG wires thinking it would help, but they didn't. Pulls fine when pedal isn't depressed 100%. Even quick WOT stabs don't result in the orange trans light of shame. But, holding WOT for several seconds definitely results in stutters, CEL, rough idle/acceleration until I turn the car off.

Would've gotten a longer run, but don't want to break anything.

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Default 11-23-2020, 02:54 PM

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Having issues with WOT. I recently installed the EWG wires thinking it would help, but they didn't. Pulls fine when pedal isn't depressed 100%. Even quick WOT stabs don't result in the orange trans light of shame. But, holding WOT for several seconds definitely results in stutters, CEL, rough idle/acceleration until I turn the car off.

Would've gotten a longer run, but don't want to break anything.

Map 2 (fuel wires and EWG wires)
93 Octane (Exxon, no winter gas in lower VA)
Intake, secondary *****, *** back, Jonny Tig merge pipe
Denso 5346 w/ ~12k miles on 'em (just ordered 5347s)
Replied to your other post but you need to sort out what the misfire code is.


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