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Default 08-19-2015, 05:12 AM

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Great update!! menu 11 adjustability has helped greatly in pedal feel from 0-50%, I have mine set @ 2000.
Loving menu 11 too. Nice work Terry!
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Default 08-19-2015, 06:12 AM

That just an brilliant update Terry

I'm keen to set meth Addictive to 75 without any issue or switch me to map 4 after several pulls, now really i need those inlet .


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Default 08-19-2015, 06:51 AM

So I just got my JB4 (finally) and I am trying to understand all the vocab and settings. Unfortunately alot of these Acronyms are defined by using other acronyms so it makes it somewhat difficult to understand. Hopefully someone doesn't mind helping!

What is PID Gain?

Where should the FF/Wastegate Adaptation be set at and how do different values affect performance?

Is there any disadvantage to having my Fuel Open Loop set to 100? (Max throttle response / sensitivity 0-100% is what I want to try out for a little while)

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Default 08-19-2015, 06:58 AM

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So I just got my JB4 (finally) and I am trying to understand all the vocab and settings. Unfortunately alot of these Acronyms are defined by using other acronyms so it makes it somewhat difficult to understand. Hopefully someone doesn't mind helping!

What is PID Gain?

Where should the FF/Wastegate Adaptation be set at and how do different values affect performance?

Is there any disadvantage to having my Fuel Open Loop set to 100? (Max throttle response / sensitivity 0-100% is what I want to try out for a little while)

Thanks!
This thread should help

http://www.n54tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=21269


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Default 08-19-2015, 07:08 AM

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I know thats the thread that lead me to these questions lol it does have ALOT of great vocab and definitions but it doesn't describe any of these questions unfortunately

What is PID Gain?

Where should the FF/Wastegate Adaptation be set at and how do different values affect performance? Should I just leave this at 80 and let it adjust itself?

Is there any disadvantage to having my Fuel Open Loop set to 100? (Max throttle response / sensitivity 0-100% is what I want to try out for a little while)
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Terry is oil temp as a parameter on the roadmap or planned?

I ask because i'm using the jb4 mobile app to display all my relevant gauges and this would be super helpful.

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Not beyond FUD = 11.


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Default 08-19-2015, 08:58 AM

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Great update!! menu 11 adjustability has helped greatly in pedal feel from 0-50%, I have mine set @ 2000.
So is menu 11 still adjust fuel open loop or is that in a different spot now? Sorry brand new to all this and trying to wrap my head around it
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Default 08-19-2015, 09:01 AM

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So is menu 11 still adjust fuel open loop or is that in a different spot now? Sorry brand new to all this and trying to wrap my head around it
Menu 11 in the newest update is changed to adjust throttle input. FOL can be adjusted in the desktop interface, I don't think terry changed it to a new menu.


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We'll adjust the wheel control sheet when more people are on v31.


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Default 08-19-2015, 09:08 AM

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So is menu 11 still adjust fuel open loop or is that in a different spot now? Sorry brand new to all this and trying to wrap my head around it
If you use firmware 30 or earlier then menu 11 for FOL but if you updated to latest firmware 31 then menu 11 will adjust padal-throttle and you can change FOL from windows interface only


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Default 08-19-2015, 04:27 PM

With this V31, should all prior Duty Bias adjustments be restored to 0 and fud as well? I only ask to make sure I'm taking full advantage of the menu 11 changes.


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Default 08-19-2015, 04:32 PM

The v31 changes have nothing to do with duty bias or FUD settings.


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Love v31..
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Love v31..

I agree. This update has done more to help my wastegate rattle on acceleration than any other update.
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I agree. This update has done more to help my wastegate rattle on acceleration than any other update.
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Hey guys on the timing cylinder logging, how do i find out if i'm 4, i8aos or 5, IJOS. I have a late 07 e92 335i.. thanks guys
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Hey guys on the timing cylinder logging, how do i find out if i'm 4, i8aos or 5, IJOS. I have a late 07 e92 335i.. thanks guys
Usually 4 for all pre 03/2008 and 5 for newer, when you set the value you will start to see the timing on all cylinder 2 to 6 instead of flat 0 on all, so you should be 4 except if your ECU running old un updated software


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Usually 4 for all pre 03/2008 and 5 for newer, when you set the value you will start to see the timing on all cylinder 2 to 6 instead of flat 0 on all
Thanks you for the quick response! I thought so. I do have it in 4, but after updating new firmware, I'm having weird numbers on ignition timing. Can you take a look and see what's wrong? AFRS looks lean too no? Thabks..
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Thanks you for the quick response! I thought so. I do have it in 4, but after updating new firmware, I'm having weird numbers on ignition timing. Can you take a look and see what's wrong? AFRS looks lean too no? Thabks..
Logs go in the support area but your menu 12 looks too high. Should be at 2800rpm or less. Try 2200rpm for example.


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Logs go in the support area but your menu 12 looks too high. Should be at 2800rpm or less. Try 2200rpm for example.
Apologies and thanks terry. When I checked it this morning, 12 was at 3400 I think. I will lower it to 2200 when I get off work thank you. Is menu 12 what's causing my timing to go to zero and lean AFRs?
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It's causing boost to go too high, which would lead to those other issues.


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Terry, i'm having a hard time understanding the v31 update. Could you explain or put in detail a little more the advantages/disadvantages/effects (spool, etc) with the new 10, 11, 12 settings?
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Terry, i'm having a hard time understanding the v31 update. Could you explain or put in detail a little more the advantages/disadvantages/effects (spool, etc) with the new 10, 11, 12 settings?
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Terry, i'm having a hard time understanding the v31 update. Could you explain or put in detail a little more the advantages/disadvantages/effects (spool, etc) with the new 10, 11, 12 settings?
Menu 10 & 12 are discussed in the JB4 FAQ: http://www.n54tech.com/forums/showpo...61&postcount=1


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Default 08-21-2015, 03:42 PM

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It's causing boost to go too high, which would lead to those other issues.
I had the same overboost issue after the 31 update. Car would drive fine to work in the morning, but overboost immediately on the way home.. not sure why.

Yesterday I thought I fixed it by lowering menu 11 to 1000, but it did it again today. So after reading in this thread last night, I checked menu 12, and it was at 3500. Changed to 2500 and everything seems to be fine for now.

I think there's less wastegate rattle after the update if that makes sense. Besides these small issues after updating, I am happy with v31 so far..


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