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Default 05-27-2018, 08:44 AM

If they've had issues with it then you can defer to their directions. I have not come across any issues in the local installs we've done.


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Default 05-29-2018, 12:23 AM

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On the bolt on mods beyond the intake we simply have not tested them so I don't know how they might react together. You'd have to evaluate it. IMHO normally Q50 people who do those illegal exhaust mods are already conceding their warranty and just jump over to flash tuning.
Is this still the case? Iím about to do lower down p i p e s and the muffler delete and I donít see anyone on this thread with this particular set up talking about their numbers.

Also, why does it appear p i p e s is a censored word in the searches?
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Default 05-29-2018, 08:51 AM

Since those parts are illegal in the USA we censor the word to passively discourage discussion on this forum.


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Default 05-29-2018, 04:54 PM

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Is this still the case? I’m about to do lower down p i p e s and the muffler delete and I don’t see anyone on this thread with this particular set up talking about their numbers.

Also, why does it appear p i p e s is a censored word in the searches?
Jbx works great with lowers. I have bolt ins on my car except the uppers. No issues. A setup jb1 with catback with lowers and intakes made 419whp 480tq on e20.
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Default 05-29-2018, 10:39 PM

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Since those parts are illegal in the USA we censor the word to passively discourage discussion on this forum.
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Jbx works great with lowers. I have bolt ins on my car except the uppers. No issues. A setup jb1 with catback with lowers and intakes made 419whp 480tq on e20.
Thank Terry, thatís pretty much what I assumed, but weíre all using this tuner for off road/on track racing only right?

Rs400newbie, thanks for the insight!
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Default Logs look OK? - 06-03-2018, 03:55 PM

Hi, all! New to the forum, but have been running the JB4 & E30 blend for 2-3 months now in my '17 Q50 Premium RWD. The car has been running perfectly, pulling so hard and smooth through every gear. The other day I took the car in to the Infiniti dealership for the ECM recall/reflash issued for my model. Ever since then, the car car doesn't seem to pull as hard and it gets a bit jerky at 4k+ RPM. Anyone else experience this? I'm hoping these logs could possibly shed some light...or maybe I just need to check the OBDII pins?? These 3 pulls were surprisingly smooth this time, but the car just didn't seem to take off like it once did. Attached is a run on Map 5 and two runs on Map 7.

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Default 06-03-2018, 05:10 PM

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Hi, all! New to the forum, but have been running the JB4 & E30 blend for 2-3 months now in my '17 Q50 Premium RWD. The car has been running perfectly, pulling so hard and smooth through every gear. The other day I took the car in to the Infiniti dealership for the ECM recall/reflash issued for my model. Ever since then, the car car doesn't seem to pull as hard and it gets a bit jerky at 4k+ RPM. Anyone else experience this? I'm hoping these logs could possibly shed some light...or maybe I just need to check the OBDII pins?? These 3 pulls were surprisingly smooth this time, but the car just didn't seem to take off like it once did. Attached is a run on Map 5 and two runs on Map 7.

Thanks for any help/suggestions!!
I have a 16 RS with JB4. I had the ECM recall done a few months ago. I didn't have any adverse effects. I had a CEL once, and it was solved by unplugging and checking the all the connectors. I've been trouble free since then. There have been a few other users who's problems were resolved by checking and re-seating the connectors, I recall one user mentioning that one of the pins in a TMAP connector appeared to have been pushed in the connector housing on the JB harness. Fixing that solved his problem. Check the OBDII connection as well as the TMAP connections.
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Default 06-03-2018, 05:29 PM

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I have a 16 RS with JB4. I had the ECM recall done a few months ago. I didn't have any adverse effects. I had a CEL once, and it was solved by unplugging and checking the all the connectors. I've been trouble free since then. There have been a few other users who's problems were resolved by checking and re-seating the connectors, I recall one user mentioning that one of the pins in a TMAP connector appeared to have been pushed in the connector housing on the JB harness. Fixing that solved his problem. Check the OBDII connection as well as the TMAP connections.
GSORS400, thanks for the reply! I will give those connectors a go and see what happens.


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Default 06-03-2018, 08:32 PM

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Hi, all! New to the forum, but have been running the JB4 & E30 blend for 2-3 months now in my '17 Q50 Premium RWD. The car has been running perfectly, pulling so hard and smooth through every gear. The other day I took the car in to the Infiniti dealership for the ECM recall/reflash issued for my model. Ever since then, the car car doesn't seem to pull as hard and it gets a bit jerky at 4k+ RPM. Anyone else experience this? I'm hoping these logs could possibly shed some light...or maybe I just need to check the OBDII pins?? These 3 pulls were surprisingly smooth this time, but the car just didn't seem to take off like it once did. Attached is a run on Map 5 and two runs on Map 7.

Thanks for any help/suggestions!!
Logs look fine to me. If you have a connection or PIN issue you'll get a CEL related to some sensor fault. Absent of that if its missing then likely too much boost for the fuel, time for new plugs, some sort of aftermarket intake conflict (common), etc.


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Yes, they fit with any model that has an oil cooler both red and silver.
website only gives one option when ordering the heat exchanger, and says it fits all models with or with out oil cooler. Are the brackets now included with HE incase they are needed?
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Yes we're including the optional brackets for all heat exchanger orders now.


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Default 06-04-2018, 02:53 PM

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Logs look fine to me. If you have a connection or PIN issue you'll get a CEL related to some sensor fault. Absent of that if its missing then likely too much boost for the fuel, time for new plugs, some sort of aftermarket intake conflict (common), etc.
Terry,

Thanks so much for looking at the logs. I ended up reseating all connectors both under the hood and at the OBDII port last night and today the car has been much better! Hope that's all it was. Thanks again, Terry, and keep up the great work!


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OK fingers crossed! Still working on charge air temp and other logging parameters. One of our diagnostic tools went down so I have to wait for it to get back to continue.


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Question Terry/BMS:
.... IS Methanol/Water Injection an option for these Q50/60 RS Twin Turbo combinations??

And more importantly are the 100-Octane racing fuels (ie VP-100/100 octane unleaded gasoline) an option for the Q50 Red Sport VR30TT vehicles on the JB-4? In my area the 100 Octane Unleaded race fuel is pretty accessible for track runs and special occasions.
If the 100-Octane unleaded fuels are options, any ideas on the "max" (but relatively safe)settings on that type of race fuel for occasional use in the Red Sports??
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Default 06-05-2018, 06:32 AM

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Question Terry/BMS:
.... IS Methanol/Water Injection an option for these Q50/60 RS Twin Turbo combinations??

And more importantly are the 100-Octane racing fuels (ie VP-100/100 octane unleaded gasoline) an option for the Q50 Red Sport VR30TT vehicles on the JB-4? In my area the 100 Octane Unleaded race fuel is pretty accessible for track runs and special occasions.
If the 100-Octane unleaded fuels are options, any ideas on the "max" (but relatively safe)settings on that type of race fuel for occasional use in the Red Sports??
WMI for the Q50... now that could be a game changer!
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Default 06-05-2018, 11:27 AM

I just installed ********* and got the infamous CEL. Anyway to reset using JB4 BMS cable?
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You can one time clear codes in the JB4 interface under clear codes, but within the USA we can't help with anything else, since those parts are illegal for use.


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WMI for the Q50... now that could be a game changer!
You mean like the BMS "Turbo" *BMW* WMI Water/Meth/Alky Injection Kits?

http://www.burgertuning.com/meth.html
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You mean like the BMS "Turbo" *BMW* WMI Water/Meth/Alky Injection Kits?

http://www.burgertuning.com/meth.html
Absolutely - Terry hinted awhile back that if there was enough demand from the Q50 community with JB4's it might be on the table. Perhaps if we all showed our interest he might chime in with his current thoughts on the topic?!?
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Absolutely - Terry hinted awhile back that if there was enough demand from the Q50 community with JB4's it might be on the table. Perhaps if we all showed our interest he might chime in with his current thoughts on the topic?!?

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Q50 WMI integration is built in to the JB4 and ready to go. Just need someone to get a kit, mount the nozzles, and we can work with you on the JB4 tuning end.


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Default 06-10-2018, 08:10 AM

AEM and Snow appear to be long time competitors in the WMI marketplace. Given my (our) success with BMS I would be inclined to stay with BMS for my WMI setup.
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Default 06-10-2018, 09:33 AM

They make generic kits... But don't have tuning integration. The JB4 is compatible with any kit though as long as it has a flow sensor. But using our FSB to run the pump and solenoid is the best way to do it. WMI kits themselves are relatively straight forward.


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Default 06-10-2018, 05:43 PM

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They make generic kits... But don't have tuning integration. The JB4 is compatible with any kit though as long as it has a flow sensor. But using our FSB to run the pump and solenoid is the best way to do it. WMI kits themselves are relatively straight forward.
Encouraging to hear! The BMS BMW WMI order page could be updated to allow Q50 owners the same flexiability of ordering as our fellow BMW enthusiasts. That way we could order up the kits and know we have the best Q50 WMI kit on the market in the mail.
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Default 06-11-2018, 09:22 AM

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Encouraging to hear! The BMS BMW WMI order page could be updated to allow Q50 owners the same flexiability of ordering as our fellow BMW enthusiasts. That way we could order up the kits and know we have the best Q50 WMI kit on the market in the mail.
The driver side rear well in the trunk would be a great location for guys who have spares, since it has that really deep part (just a thought).
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