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Default Hybrid turbo 335i - first logs with port injection and e50 fuel - 02-16-2019, 05:12 PM

Hey all,
I finally was able to load the bms e85_hybrid_pi back end flash and filled up the tank with an e50 mix. Last weekend i fitted a port injection kit with the bms pi controller.*
Any way i did a few logs in map #2 today. The car felt like it pulled pretty strong but coming into boost there was a hesitation before taking off. I have the PI settings to what the pi thread says to do but i think it may be spraying to much as the trims are at 0. Any advice would be highly appreciated.*

Logs are attached*

Car is a mmp stage 3 e92 with stage 2 pump for now.*

Thank you
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Hey all,
I finally was able to load the bms e85_hybrid_pi back end flash and filled up the tank with an e50 mix. Last weekend i fitted a port injection kit with the bms pi controller.*
Any way i did a few logs in map #2 today. The car felt like it pulled pretty strong but coming into boost there was a hesitation before taking off. I have the PI settings to what the pi thread says to do but i think it may be spraying to much as the trims are at 0. Any advice would be highly appreciated.*

Logs are attached*

Car is a mmp stage 3 e92 with stage 2 pump for now.*

Thank you
Letís drop your FB settings down to 40 & see what the trims look like


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