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Default 01-05-2022, 08:05 AM

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Just got my JB4 installed on my Powerboost. I have plenty of access to 93 octane, and have a Roush intake on it... I saw on the first post that the Raptor was set to map7 on E20.

Do you think map7 with 93 E10 (pump gas around here) would be alright for it? I don't care to put race fuel in it but would like the 7psi boost increase.

I'm currently running Map3 and it seems to be taking it well.

Thanks in advance!
To follow up with this post... I noticed some knock on Map3 with just 93, so I filled up and mixed it to E30, now there is no knock. I did see that my boost never got up over 20psi. Is this common? On factory map I would see 20 lbs pretty regularly... Any thoughts on this?

I attached the log. It is one good pull in 4th gear.

Thanks again,
Braden
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Default 01-05-2022, 02:43 PM

Per email all looks normal.


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