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Default 2019 M2 Competition - 02-25-2019, 08:26 PM

Terry anything for the M2C ?? I still have my JB4 from my m3 2016 ....thanks
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Default 02-26-2019, 09:35 AM

Our S55 JB4 is fully compatible.


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I've tuned one last weak, uncatted, no particule filter, straight pump gas:

here is a log from the dyno:



and the dyno graph:



it built 540 whp / 830nm


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Default 03-28-2019, 10:26 AM

Since the m2c is detuned, how does the jb4 add boost?
Absolute or refered to stock boost?(for instance 16 psi, or just +3psi)

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Default 03-28-2019, 11:25 AM

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Since the m2c is detuned, how does the jb4 add boost?
Absolute or refered to stock boost?(for instance 16 psi, or just +3psi)

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You can use both additive or absolute maps. I suggest starting with the additive maps like map1 or map2 so we can evaluate your fuel. While boost is lower than say an M3/M4 timing is set higher, so it's not as easy as just running the same boost targets as our M3/M4 tuning. That is, unless also adding our back end flash maps.


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Default 03-28-2019, 02:07 PM

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You can use both additive or absolute maps. I suggest starting with the additive maps like map1 or map2 so we can evaluate your fuel. While boost is lower than say an M3/M4 timing is set higher, so it's not as easy as just running the same boost targets as our M3/M4 tuning. That is, unless also adding our back end flash maps.
Thx so there is no way to use additive maps bases on stock m3 tune?


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