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Default LOG REVIEW PLEASE - 07-17-2020, 06:52 PM

Hi All

Is it possible this log could be reviewed? Jb4 switched map 5 to 4, looks like around the time of boost increase over 20psi.(boost spike?)
I understand that a 3rd gear wot log may be required.

I have a Stage 2 fuel-it bucket type pump ordered and waiting arrival.

I have previously done a smoke test on intake and observing leak at cold side of intercooler. I've replaced the oring and havent observed any issues since but havent done any extensively long wot's for some time.

Appreciate any feedback.

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Jeff

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INTERCOOLER Wagner Evo 1. (520mm x 210mm x 130mm / stepped = 11.752 cm³ ), providing a 85% larger cooling surface & 60% more charge air volume

AIR INTAKE Magnum Force Stage 2 Pro

******* 3inch ********* with H pipe & M BMW Performance Muffler (18102208805)

CATCH CAN BMS

ALLOY CHARGE PIPE with Alloy Bov's

JB4 Gen 5 with Bluetooth

MHD Back End Flash (JB4 IJEOS PUMP)

SPARKPLUGS NGK ILZKBR7B8DG

ALPINA TRANS REFLASH

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Default 07-18-2020, 06:45 AM

Correct on the overboost

Manually lower your FF to 80 see if that helps keep you close to target

If it learns back up to 150- we need to investigate whY


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Default 07-18-2020, 02:03 PM

Many thanks Dave, will adjust and see how it goes
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Many thanks Dave, will adjust and see how it goes
No problem, enjoy the weekend


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Default Found possible fault - 08-21-2020, 08:00 PM

Hi Dave.
I lowered my ff to 80, fitted the stage 2 pump and changed to map 7 and its gone to 87 so far. I have carried out another smoke test for potential air leaks and I found one on the non metered Air from filter to rear turbo compressor housing, obviously not the issue but... Found a crack in rocker cover just below the PCV. Smoke poured out of the crack.. This will cause issues... Yes? I've attached a pic. Appreciate your feed back. Cheers Jeff

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Default Found possible fault - 08-21-2020, 08:05 PM

Hi Dave.
I lowered my ff to 80, fitted the stage 2 pump and changed to map 7 and its gone to 87 so far. I have carried out another smoke test for potential air leaks and I found one on the non metered Air from filter to rear turbo compressor housing, obviously not the issue but... Found a crack in rocker cover just below the PCV. Smoke poured out of the crack.. This will cause issues... Yes? I've attached a pic. Appreciate your feed back. Cheers Jeff
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Default 08-22-2020, 05:43 AM

Yeah that can cause issues

Throw up a log, let’s make sure outside the leak all looks okay


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Default Valve Cover Replaced - 10-04-2020, 08:14 PM

Hi Dave. I've installed a genuine new valve cover. Reset my FF to 80, it has raised again over a few 100 k's to 103 and dropped from map 7 to map 4 during a wide open pull in a high rpm which showed a boost spike up to 21psi. No fault codes present, no running issues. As I know I need to provide a decent log for you my question is, do I reflash the mhd bef to select 'no automatic kickdown' or is there a simpler way? Sorry if this is a silly question, the logs I've tried override and kickdown from 3rd to 2nd. Thanks in advance for I help. Cheers Jeff
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Hi Dave. I've installed a genuine new valve cover. Reset my FF to 80, it has raised again over a few 100 k's to 103 and dropped from map 7 to map 4 during a wide open pull in a high rpm which showed a boost spike up to 21psi. No fault codes present, no running issues. As I know I need to provide a decent log for you my question is, do I reflash the mhd bef to select 'no automatic kickdown' or is there a simpler way? Sorry if this is a silly question, the logs I've tried override and kickdown from 3rd to 2nd. Thanks in advance for I help. Cheers Jeff
Reflash is the easiest, should only take 2 min cause it isn’t a full back to oem write


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