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Default 04-10-2019, 10:39 PM

Hello Terry. Been playing with map 6 on 93 pump gas and been told by others I'm pushing it too far. Are they right?
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Default 04-12-2019, 11:56 AM

Hey Terry, could you please take a look at this log? I've been lurking on here a while but never shared a log as my car was running like a champ and I had map 6 setup at pretty conservative boost levels (max +5). Juiced up my map 6 settings a little bit so I wanted to make sure everything looks good, because I did see that the car pulled some timing as I approached peak boost. TIA and keep up the great work!
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Default Map 5 2019 Q50 Silversport - 04-12-2019, 07:30 PM

Hello Terry can you look at my logs, I have a 2019 Q50 Silversport, 93 octane Shell gas, Stock just JB4 which I installed 2 days ago. I went straight to Map 5, no fuel wires, can you see my log and see if all is well? Can I jump to map 7?
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Hello Terry. Been playing with map 6 on 93 pump gas and been told by others I'm pushing it too far. Are they right?
Would need CSV from app, not an excel file.


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Hey Terry, could you please take a look at this log? I've been lurking on here a while but never shared a log as my car was running like a champ and I had map 6 setup at pretty conservative boost levels (max +5). Juiced up my map 6 settings a little bit so I wanted to make sure everything looks good, because I did see that the car pulled some timing as I approached peak boost. TIA and keep up the great work!
Seems fine to me, but not quite full throttle.
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Hello Terry can you look at my logs, I have a 2019 Q50 Silversport, 93 octane Shell gas, Stock just JB4 which I installed 2 days ago. I went straight to Map 5, no fuel wires, can you see my log and see if all is well? Can I jump to map 7?
JB4 interface won't open it.


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Default 04-12-2019, 09:25 PM

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Would need CSV from app, not an excel file.
Do you know how I can pull that and post it using only an android phone? Don't have access to a computer. Would a screenshot of the graph help?

Edit: Ahaa, I figured it out
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Do you know how I can pull that and post it using only an android phone? Don't have access to a computer. Would a screenshot of the graph help?

Edit: Ahaa, I figured it out
Seems a bit aggressive, based on fuel trims and midrange timing. I'd take it down maybe 1.5psi.
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Default 04-12-2019, 10:12 PM

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I'd take it down maybe 1.5psi.
Will do. Was running a step-up/step-down setup up to +8psi in the midrange. I'll lower the max to 6.5 and log another run.

What is the best way to get a good log with all the info you would like to see? Keep it at a 3rd gear WOT pull like this log or should I do something different?
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What made you put the default wastegate to 30? What does that do exactly?
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Default 04-13-2019, 03:21 AM

Hello Terry can you look at my logs, I have a 2019 Q50 Silversport, 93 octane Shell gas, Stock just JB4 which I installed 2 days ago. I went straight to Map 5, no fuel wires, can you see my log and see if all is well? Can I jump to map 7?

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Default 04-13-2019, 10:20 AM

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What made you put the default wastegate to 30? What does that do exactly?
Honestly, I'm not sure. It's what a lot people on the facebook group uses.

@Terry, I went to the track on 93 with LDP and AMS intake. I have fuel wires but have not installed them. I ran map 7 and noticed the throttle drops to the low 20's at one point. Is this because of shifting or traction control(I don't recall if this was my run without traction controll on)? Or is there another issue. I still have no idea what I'm doing and it seems like the info I can find is all over the place as far as opinions and settings when trying to learn about the map 6 stuff.
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Default 04-14-2019, 12:27 AM

So I did a map 6 1st-4th gear log and a solo 3rd gear log with the max boost being at 6.5, default wastegate position set to 30 (idk why) and it seems to only drop ign and trims on the 3rd gear pulls that I've logged. Do you know what's going on here Terry?
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Default 04-14-2019, 09:45 AM

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What made you put the default wastegate to 30? What does that do exactly?
It's not active on JB4, was an old JB1 setting for throttle response.


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Hello Terry can you look at my logs, I have a 2019 Q50 Silversport, 93 octane Shell gas, Stock just JB4 which I installed 2 days ago. I went straight to Map 5, no fuel wires, can you see my log and see if all is well? Can I jump to map 7?

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I'd keep it on map5.. Map7 is kill mode for E30 or race gas.


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So I did a map 6 1st-4th gear log and a solo 3rd gear log with the max boost being at 6.5, default wastegate position set to 30 (idk why) and it seems to only drop ign and trims on the 3rd gear pulls that I've logged. Do you know what's going on here Terry?
The logs themselves look OK, although I wonder if you'd be faster on our map3. That is where a dragy comes in handy to see if you're really adding performance in certain situations.


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Honestly, I'm not sure. It's what a lot people on the facebook group uses.

@Terry, I went to the track on 93 with LDP and AMS intake. I have fuel wires but have not installed them. I ran map 7 and noticed the throttle drops to the low 20's at one point. Is this because of shifting or traction control(I don't recall if this was my run without traction controll on)? Or is there another issue. I still have no idea what I'm doing and it seems like the info I can find is all over the place as far as opinions and settings when trying to learn about the map 6 stuff.
It's from touching the rev limiter in 1st gear due to spin I presume.
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Default 04-14-2019, 09:54 AM

Thank you Terry glad everything looks good, now I need to add parts 😈. Heat exchanger and lower down *****. Fuel wires next for sure ordering that now. I want to buy the BMS intake inlets heard it was a pain to install, someone said they had to shave off some plastic from the stock intake box.
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Intake is really easy to install. Inlets are a little more of a challenge but no shaving required!


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Thank you Terry glad everything looks good, now I need to add parts 😈. Heat exchanger and lower down *****. Fuel wires next for sure ordering that now. I want to buy the BMS intake inlets heard it was a pain to install, someone said they had to shave off some plastic from the stock intake box.
No shaving required. IMO best to do both if you're already down there doing the intakes. It's super easy and worth it


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No shaving required. IMO best to do both if you're already down there doing the intakes. It's super easy and worth it
Hey Payam I was debating because definitely living in NJ summer is coming so heat exchanger a must. Was told last thing I should do is intake since stock air box flows very well.
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The logs themselves look OK, although I wonder if you'd be faster on our map3. That is where a dragy comes in handy to see if you're really adding performance in certain situations.

Thanks for checking them out. What I usually do is record my 0-60 or 80 runs and use a stopwatch to time them afterwards lol. I'm interested in buying a dragy but unfortunately was laid off last week after 4 yrs of working for the same company. If there was some sort of discount on it, it might help my decision to pull the trigger, I'm just saying
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It's not active on JB4, was an old JB1 setting for throttle response.
Ahh ok! So it doesn't matter what it's set to
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Thanks for checking them out. What I usually do is record my 0-60 or 80 runs and use a stopwatch to time them afterwards lol. I'm interested in buying a dragy but unfortunately was laid off last week after 4 yrs of working for the same company. If there was some sort of discount on it, it might help my decision to pull the trigger, I'm just saying
Sadly it's $149, they won't let us sell it for less. But it's well worth it. Definitely not a priority though if you've got bills. When you have the cash pick one up.


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I planned on grabbing inlets to see if that got rid of this hard jerk I experience often around 3500 rpm. Any video if install process?


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