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Default 06-17-2019, 06:05 PM

Hello Terry I have a 2019 Infiniti Q50 Silversport with HKS lower ** and fuel wires running Map6 can you look at these logs please let me know what you think.
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Hello Terry I have a 2019 Infiniti Q50 Silversport with HKS lower ** and fuel wires running Map6 can you look at these logs please let me know what you think.
They are map5 logs but seem fine to me!
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Default Hesitation between 2-3K RPM - 06-17-2019, 09:29 PM

Hey everyone. I am experiencing some hesitation or missing under light to moderate acceleration. Car is not throwing any codes. I have attached a log of a full throttle 3rd gear pull. Any ideas why I would be experiencing this under light to medium acceleration? Any input would be greatly appreciated.
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Default 06-18-2019, 04:35 AM

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Can anyone look at my log, i did a quick 3rd-4th pull this morning when it was cool 78*. Running map6 with 4+ in the powerband

pic: jb4 map6 3rd-4th - Album on Imgur

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You'd benefit from some fuel wires. Otherwise looks ok to me.

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Hello,

New to the Q50 and Tuning with JB4. Can someone please take a look at this log.

2019 RS AWD on 93 Costco (10% Ethanol)
Helm Holtz Axle Back
Fuel Wires
JB4 Map 6 +4 Tapered (credit Lordie @ VR30 Tech Talk FB Group)
(1500-7000)
2.5
3.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
3.0
2.0


BMS HE going on thursday, looking to push it to +5 after HE install. Any input would be appreciated.
Nice log!
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Default 06-18-2019, 04:43 AM

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Hey everyone. I am experiencing some hesitation or missing under light to moderate acceleration. Car is not throwing any codes. I have attached a log of a full throttle 3rd gear pull. Any ideas why I would be experiencing this under light to medium acceleration? Any input would be greatly appreciated.
You probably should manually turn on record under the light to medium acceleration. From the log at WOT, AFR and trims look fine. Timing really drops during the beginning of the pull (<5 degrees), almost like you're commanding too much boost too early. Maybe try and go back to map 1 or 0 and see if the issue goes away.
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Default 06-18-2019, 01:47 PM

Oops sorry Terry here are my Map 6 logs, 2019 Q50 Silversport 93 octane, HKS ** and fuel wires
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Default 06-18-2019, 04:11 PM

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You'd benefit from some fuel wires. Otherwise looks ok to me.



Nice log!
fuel wires with just 93pump (10% E)? would that really help? - still trying to learn what ideal AFR's are for this car - is it the normal 12.5?


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Default 06-18-2019, 04:34 PM

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fuel wires with just 93pump (10% E)? would that really help? - still trying to learn what ideal AFR's are for this car - is it the normal 12.5?
Before the meth that's what I ran. The new target is mid to low 12s which is more suitable for direct injection.
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Default 06-18-2019, 05:25 PM

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Oops sorry Terry here are my Map 6 logs, 2019 Q50 Silversport 93 octane, HKS ** and fuel wires
It's fairly aggressive for 93 but if it's working for you then roll with it.


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Default 06-18-2019, 05:37 PM

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It's fairly aggressive for 93 but if it's working for you then roll with it.
It's my first time testing it out maybe I'll dial it down 1 psi, if you are saying fairly aggressive. I don't want to ruin or break anything. I just ran Map 6 today.
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Default 06-19-2019, 09:14 AM

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Nice log!
Appreciate the input! Mind taking a look at this log? Pushed it to +5 last night, Ign dipped to 2 at 3000ish, but went back up. Is it normal to dip that low?
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Default 06-19-2019, 09:42 AM

Added a FB101 on Monday, and AMS lowers going on Friday, looking fwd to some fresh logs and hopefully feeling the power gains from the lowers


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Default 06-19-2019, 10:04 AM

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Added a FB101 on Monday, and AMS lowers going on Friday, looking fwd to some fresh logs and hopefully feeling the power gains from the lowers
You will love the AMS LDP

Be sure to save some $ís for the BMS WMI - early results / logs on my Q50 are impressive. Soon as I have the settings dialed in I will go back to the dyno and post the results.


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Default 06-19-2019, 08:36 PM

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You probably should manually turn on record under the light to medium acceleration. From the log at WOT, AFR and trims look fine. Timing really drops during the beginning of the pull (<5 degrees), almost like you're commanding too much boost too early. Maybe try and go back to map 1 or 0 and see if the issue goes away.
Thanks for your input. I did some runs at moderate throttle and have attached a file for your review. I have also attached a pic of my Map 6 settings. I may not be understanding something, but I am not sure how I could be commanding too much boost too early since I don't even add any boost until 3,000 RPM. Anyway, if you graph the .csv file, you can see how the RPM seems to increase sporadically, which shows what I am talking about.

Also, in researching this, I found that my Future Use D, Bit 7 was turned on. I don't recall turning it on. Does it default to "on" with update to the new firmware version? Also, what should the "default" setting be? Mine was somehow set at "129." I turned Bit 7 off for this run for which I attached the .csv file. Thanks.
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Default 06-20-2019, 04:34 AM

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Appreciate the input! Mind taking a look at this log? Pushed it to +5 last night, Ign dipped to 2 at 3000ish, but went back up. Is it normal to dip that low?
Your timing is pretty low the entire pull, but that's likely due to the boost you're running. My hunch is that right at 5900 might be a hint of knock. It isn't a serious drop like we normally see, but there shouldn't be a timing drop that high in the rpm range. I'm actually surprised its not worse given the amount of boost youre running with no meth.

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Thanks for your input. I did some runs at moderate throttle and have attached a file for your review. I have also attached a pic of my Map 6 settings. I may not be understanding something, but I am not sure how I could be commanding too much boost too early since I don't even add any boost until 3,000 RPM. Anyway, if you graph the .csv file, you can see how the RPM seems to increase sporadically, which shows what I am talking about.

Also, in researching this, I found that my Future Use D, Bit 7 was turned on. I don't recall turning it on. Does it default to "on" with update to the new firmware version? Also, what should the "default" setting be? Mine was somehow set at "129." I turned Bit 7 off for this run for which I attached the .csv file. Thanks.
No idea on the bit 7 being 129 thats wierd. I dont think I had mine on. Only thing I use is the fuel wires enabled bit and meth bits. As far as the log, yes I see the rpm "stair step", that is odd. You running 93? It almost looks like its spark breaking up, like you need to do plugs. When's the last time you've done basic maintenance like air filters and put some fuel system cleaner in it?
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Default 06-20-2019, 06:35 AM

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Your timing is pretty low the entire pull, but that's likely due to the boost you're running. My hunch is that right at 5900 might be a hint of knock. It isn't a serious drop like we normally see, but there shouldn't be a timing drop that high in the rpm range. I'm actually surprised its not worse given the amount of boost youre running with no meth.
Appreciate the input again, definitely helps with trying to understand reading the parameters. I'll go back down to +4 since that log seemed a lot cleaner.
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What would cause a dip in torque demand from 3900 - 4800 on a Red Sport? Optical sensors?


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Default 06-22-2019, 02:17 PM

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Thanks for your input. I did some runs at moderate throttle and have attached a file for your review. I have also attached a pic of my Map 6 settings. I may not be understanding something, but I am not sure how I could be commanding too much boost too early since I don't even add any boost until 3,000 RPM. Anyway, if you graph the .csv file, you can see how the RPM seems to increase sporadically, which shows what I am talking about.

Also, in researching this, I found that my Future Use D, Bit 7 was turned on. I don't recall turning it on. Does it default to "on" with update to the new firmware version? Also, what should the "default" setting be? Mine was somehow set at "129." I turned Bit 7 off for this run for which I attached the .csv file. Thanks.
Recovering from food poisoning so maybe missing something here, but not much WOT here to look at.

Bit7 is an option to dampen part throttle boost per notes in the first post.


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Are there any plans of adding actual transmission fluid temperature, to the parameters of the JB4 for those of us doing our own transmission fluid changes?


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I use the Trans Temp gauge to determine if I am close to heat soaking.. is that the best gauge to use?


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Are there any plans of adding actual transmission fluid temperature, to the parameters of the JB4 for those of us doing our own transmission fluid changes?
We don't currently have the logging PID for it so until we find that we can't add it.


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This is my first log, current update my engine check light is on, This is on standard mode up going up the bridge, seems a little off ?
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Hit the "Go Advanced" button then 'Manage Attachments' option. Upload the csv file


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This may be a dumb question but after logging a few runs, I've noticed the stock ecu psi on my RS seem to max out at 13.1psi at 4500rpm while others seem to be able to hit higher ecu psi. Is this where better fuel comes into play?

Ordered LDP's, with LDP's not being restrictive as stock cats will stock ecu psi be higher?
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This may be a dumb question but after logging a few runs, I've noticed the stock ecu psi on my RS seem to max out at 13.1psi at 4500rpm while others seem to be able to hit higher ecu psi. Is this where better fuel comes into play?

Ordered LDP's, with LDP's not being restrictive as stock cats will stock ecu psi be higher?
ECU psi depends on IAT, fuel used, elevation, etc. It's never an absolute target, so it does vary.


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