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Default 10-28-2018, 01:52 PM

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Default 10-29-2018, 12:48 AM

Hi Terry, have an 18 Q50 RS running JB4 map 6 with gradual boost increase and tapered after 5k RPM. 91 octane, K&N, 3200 FT altitude. Log is looking good I think.

3000 - 2 PSI
3300 - 3.5 PSI
4000 - 5 PSI
4500 - 4.5 PSI
5000 - 4 PSI
5500 - 3 PSI
6000 - 2 PSI
6500 - 1 PSI

So far so good but wondering if I were to run Map 1 - 4 PSI peak, will I see more power across the range and still be just as safe and reliable? so 4 PSI is added across the entire range? I assume you guys have done extensive testing on this. Any difference running map 3 setting boost safety to 4 PSI compared to Map 1? Thanks for the help!
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Default 10-29-2018, 08:57 AM

Log looks ok, grab another one on map1 so I can compare the boost profile differences. With the RS at high elevation map3 would not make sense as you'll want more taper towards redline.


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Default 10-29-2018, 10:14 AM

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Log looks ok, grab another one on map1 so I can compare the boost profile differences. With the RS at high elevation map3 would not make sense as you'll want more taper towards redline.
Thanks Terry. Attached 2 logs on Map 1.
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Default 2019 Silver Sport - 10-29-2018, 02:26 PM

Hello all,

I just leased a 2019 Q50 SS - I know there's no real difference between the 2018's and the 2019's but on the side of caution I want to make sure that I can use the current JB4 on the 2019 SS. I don't know if the ECU on the 2019 is different to the 2018 or if there needs to be a new firmware to work on the 2019's. Thanks for your input in advance!
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Default 10-29-2018, 02:42 PM

All compatible!


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Default 10-30-2018, 06:09 AM

Nice. Let's see who is going to be the first to install and review in this group!

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Q50/Q60 Pedal Tuners are in stock and shipping.

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We've shipped a few! Looking forward to reviews coming in. Don't forget to calibrate it per the video on our website after installing.


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Default 10-30-2018, 04:22 PM

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Thanks Terry. Attached 2 logs on Map 1.
Hi Terry, any feedback on the Map 1 logs? Thanks.


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Default 10-30-2018, 06:14 PM

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Nice. Let's see who is going to be the first to install and review in this group!
I received mine pedal tunner yesterday and installed it last night. I went straight to red and the highest setting. The car is very responsive and feels so much better at take off. I don't plan on bringing it down other than for testing. I also received a Draggy unit for testing. With the JB4 and 43 degrees out the car runs great
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Default 10-31-2018, 01:58 PM

I have a 2018 Q50 RS currently with JB4 Map 6 and Helmholtz axle back. Are there any additional HP/TQ gains just by adding lower ********* while keeping the stock Y and Mid *****, and if so; will there be any additional gains by adding a Y and Mid Pipe?
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Default 10-31-2018, 09:25 PM

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I received mine pedal tunner yesterday and installed it last night. I went straight to red and the highest setting. The car is very responsive and feels so much better at take off. I don't plan on bringing it down other than for testing. I also received a Draggy unit for testing. With the JB4 and 43 degrees out the car runs great
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Default 11-01-2018, 07:51 AM

Hi Terry,

I know ETAs and asking for updates is generally frowned upon, but I can't help but ask: are y'all still developing any new features for the JB4 on our cars?

I noticed the Stinger development has shot lightyears ahead of us in a fraction of the time. I hope y'all haven't lost interest in our engine.

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The Stinger still doesn't have everything the Q50 JB4 has, so we've been porting stuff over to get them caught up.

Development is ongoing here also. We have a few customers running WMI who have hacked together kits, and we've been working on the JB4 end for progressive WMI control. While at the same time trying to come up with an easy way to mount WMI nozzles.


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Default 11-01-2018, 09:29 AM

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We have a few customers running WMI who have hacked together kits, and we've been working on the JB4 end for progressive WMI control. While at the same time trying to come up with an easy way to mount WMI nozzles.
Terry - Christmas is nearly here: Any chance my personal Santa from the West Coast will have a WMI kit to put under my NTX tree? Any feedback from the testers on performance gains?


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Default 11-01-2018, 10:19 AM

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The Stinger still doesn't have everything the Q50 JB4 has, so we've been porting stuff over to get them caught up.

Development is ongoing here also. We have a few customers running WMI who have hacked together kits, and we've been working on the JB4 end for progressive WMI control. While at the same time trying to come up with an easy way to mount WMI nozzles.
Hi Terry,

I appreciate what y'all are doing. Outside of WMI, can we expect features from the Stinger/N54 JB4 such as direct ignition timing control and fuel mapping? I see these are features available on the Stinger which is more what I was referring to. It would allow us to really unlock the potential of our engines with JB4.

I was always a fan of what JB4 accomplished on the BMW engines and was a little disappointed to see that it's still so limited on our platform. I understand Infiniti didn't make this car easy to work on, but y'all are smart as hell so I'm hoping we can see something soon.

Thanks!
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We're in the process of sourcing a 2019 Q50 which we need for CARB emissions testing so with two cars here, development should go faster.

The fueling and timing opportunities that are on the Stinger are not really beneficial to the VR30 JB4 tuning. We have a few things we're working on but nothing to announce yet.


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Terry - Christmas is nearly here: Any chance my personal Santa from the West Coast will have a WMI kit to put under my NTX tree? Any feedback from the testers on performance gains?
We can ship you a WMI kit today. The issue has been mounting the nozzles. One customer drilled/tapped his intake manifold for them. I don't think that is going to fly for most of you.


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safest mix of e85 without the flex it chip(since we dont have one yet?) is 6 gallons on a full tank to much? I did 4 gallons on a full tank - small improvement, should I do more?
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safest mix of e85 without the flex it chip(since we dont have one yet?) is 6 gallons on a full tank to much? I did 4 gallons on a full tank - small improvement, should I do more?
E30-E40 blend is what I have been running for well over a year. As we move into winter the E85 ethanol levels will be dropping so you need to account for that in your ratio calculations.

http://www.wallaceracing.com/ethanol-mix-calc.php


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We can ship you a WMI kit today. The issue has been mounting the nozzles. One customer drilled/tapped his intake manifold for them. I don't think that is going to fly for most of you.
Agreed - I think we can all wait for something like this versus drilling into our intake manifold.

https://www.fuel-it.com/2-5-id-bille...pt-meth-bungs/


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Default 11-03-2018, 12:36 AM

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We're in the process of sourcing a 2019 Q50 which we need for CARB emissions testing so with two cars here, development should go faster.

The fueling and timing opportunities that are on the Stinger are not really beneficial to the VR30 JB4 tuning. We have a few things we're working on but nothing to announce yet.
Really?? I thought with that you can make the car burn more fuel just to raise performance, i thought thats what the ecutune can pretty much do


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Default 11-03-2018, 04:53 AM

Hi Terry. You may check logs?
Q60 3.0 405. 2017.
D0wnp1pes 3"
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Fuel - russian 100 octane)))))
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Hi Terry. You may check logs?
Q60 3.0 405. 2017.
D0wnp1pes 3"
Borla catback exhaust 3"
Bms cooler

Fuel - russian 100 octane)))))
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Is your car an RS? Your ECU is requesting 15psi and with the jb4 your getting up to 20psi.


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Is your car an RS? Your ECU is requesting 15psi and with the jb4 your getting up to 20psi.
Jb4 getting up to 25psi/1,8bar. 0-100 => 4,4sec map7. I have error with ign. Bad fuel.
I wait sport fuel, and check 0-100, 100-200 again.
I want to install WMI later.


What is the difference between RS and others?)
In Russia, the car is called "proactive".

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