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Default 07-30-2015, 06:22 PM

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I like it. However, I am presently running 3.5 bar in anticipation. Maybe a FUD setting to disable for those in transition?
Might be tricky but we could probably do that. Anyway could use a couple inlet beta testers. Just drop me an email if you're bored and feel like doing a few logs in the name of science.

In the email let me know what fuel, back end flash map, & JB4 map you normally run.


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Default 07-30-2015, 09:47 PM

The adapter for my n20 map sensor shows up tomorrow. I'll send you some logs when I get it installed. I'm getting ready to go back to the dyno and see if I cant beat my previous 481/536 numbers.
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I've worked up a new map 3 that when coupled with the 3.5bar TMAP sensor targets much more aggressive additives. A 75 additive becomes a 25psi curve tapering to 23psi at redline. So someone with stock turbos and inlets might run say a 60 additive. So I'm particularly interested in meth users with inlets to start. OEM turbos or larger than OEM.


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Default 07-31-2015, 10:24 PM

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I've worked up a new map 3 that when coupled with the 3.5bar TMAP sensor targets much more aggressive additives. A 75 additive becomes a 25psi curve tapering to 23psi at redline. So someone with stock turbos and inlets might run say a 60 additive. So I'm particularly interested in meth users with inlets to start. OEM turbos or larger than OEM.
What would 60 target?


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Default 08-01-2015, 09:22 AM

Around a 23 peak psi curve.


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Default 08-01-2015, 11:54 AM

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I've worked up a new map 3 that when coupled with the 3.5bar TMAP sensor targets much more aggressive additives. A 75 additive becomes a 25psi curve tapering to 23psi at redline. So someone with stock turbos and inlets might run say a 60 additive. So I'm particularly interested in meth users with inlets to start. OEM turbos or larger than OEM.
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Default 08-01-2015, 01:21 PM

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I've worked up a new map 3 that when coupled with the 3.5bar TMAP sensor targets much more aggressive additives. A 75 additive becomes a 25psi curve tapering to 23psi at redline. So someone with stock turbos and inlets might run say a 60 additive. So I'm particularly interested in meth users with inlets to start. OEM turbos or larger than OEM.
Nice! I am interested in that.

I am running FBO, inlets on stock turbos, 3.5 bar tmap, with meth and e70-e80.

Had a peak of 25psi, tweaking it a little as we go in map 6.

Seeing what you have for map 3. Can I try it?


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Default 08-01-2015, 04:55 PM

Sure just drop me an email.


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Default 08-01-2015, 09:32 PM

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Around a 23 peak psi curve.
what's the curve like? with stock turbo and vtt inlets targeting 20psi, I drop like 1.5-2 psi between 5k to 6k rpm depending on gear. it gets back on target at like 6k. are there any changes in the new firmware for the pwm mapping/limits or is this something that can be accomplished the same with map 6 and entering your own values.


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Default Map question - 08-02-2015, 12:19 AM

Guyz im running fbo with meth and jb4 g5 iso
Im running an aem meth kit and cant wire the failsafe...but meth will flow anyway

Im.coming from a cobb v3...that was custom tuned here in lebanon..and had amazing results with it...so i wanted to try jb4..as a standalone...without the backend flash...so while trying the maps...im confused between map5...and map2 with linear throttle...since both have high boost figures...
Now my question is....does the jb4 use the fuel scalar system? Like the cobb...i mean when i run meth with map5 am i actually taking advantage of the higher octane...or just use map2 linear throttle for the best results? Thank you

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Default 08-02-2015, 01:34 PM

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Sure just drop me an email.

whats your email?

i want that map since im buying the tmap sensor. running fbo with inlets and 100%meth
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Default 08-02-2015, 05:54 PM

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Sure just drop me an email.


Is this available for those of us running everything you listed but meth?
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Testing meth only, to start.


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whats your email?

i want that map since im buying the tmap sensor. running fbo with inlets and 100%meth
When you have it all up and running smoothly on the current stuff then we can talk.


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Default 08-05-2015, 02:58 PM

Guys, I'm going to install my RBs and want to install the Inlets at the same time. What's the best route to go so far. I see a lot of you have them. Big delay? Thanks! And by the way, I think Rob Beck might be offering them soon. If so, I might wait. Cheers and thanks! Larry


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Guys, I'm going to install my RBs and want to install the Inlets at the same time. What's the best route to go so far. I see a lot of you have them. Big delay? Thanks! And by the way, I think Rob Beck might be offering them soon. If so, I might wait. Cheers and thanks! Larry
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Please note that for any logs, bugs, concerns, problem reports, codes, etc, create a thread in the support section. Requests for assistance in this thread will be deleted without being read.
Either create a new thread or find a thread related to your question and post in it -- not this JB4 G5 Firmware sticky thread.


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New JB4 install over Dinan stage 2 on 08 E92 335i, 93 octane, DCI & VRSF **. Car feels great, makes 14.5 psi on map 2 and 16.5psi on map 5. Obviously I prefer Map 5 but but is this boost typical with my mods? Here is a data log, sorry for phone pic but it was my lunch break...
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Default 08-06-2015, 10:55 AM

Terry, this is a dumb question, I'm going single in the next week or so. I'm still uploading this firmware right?
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Terry, this is a dumb question, I'm going single in the next week or so. I'm still uploading this firmware right?
See the single turbo thread for specific directions!


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New JB4 install over Dinan stage 2 on 08 E92 335i, 93 octane, DCI & VRSF **. Car feels great, makes 14.5 psi on map 2 and 16.5psi on map 5. Obviously I prefer Map 5 but but is this boost typical with my mods? Here is a data log, sorry for phone pic but it was my lunch break...
For logs you'd need to post the CSV file in the support area if you want someone to check it out.


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Working on some throttle revisions, and I'm thinking of taking menu 11 in dash away from open loop adjustment (which I don't think anyone ever changes on the fly anyway) and moving that to throttle sensitivity. e.g. 0 would be super dead throttle, 7000rpm would be a very hyper active throttle, and default somewhere in between.

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Working on some throttle revisions, and I'm thinking of taking menu 11 in dash away from open loop adjustment (which I don't think anyone ever changes on the fly anyway) and moving that to throttle sensitivity. e.g. 0 would be super dead throttle, 7000rpm would be a very hyper active throttle, and default somewhere in between.

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Default 08-06-2015, 10:16 PM

Would menu 11 help with my issue on running "lean" at WOT Terry? Or am I maxing TRIMs due to a maxed O2 sensor reading? I'm not even sure what my value is.... Just checked... FOL is speedo 11, tach 4.5k

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