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Default 11-07-2021, 06:22 PM

Yeah Iím sorry Iím very new to this I wasnít sure which log was which.. I believe Iíve posted the correct one now!
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Default 11-07-2021, 07:16 PM

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Yeah Iím sorry Iím very new to this I wasnít sure which log was which.. I believe Iíve posted the correct one now!


What plugs and gap? You have a lot of timing corrections. What fuel is being used?


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Default 11-07-2021, 07:30 PM

Factory plugs regapped to .022
And 93 but there was probably some E left in the tank.
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Default 11-07-2021, 08:07 PM

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Factory plugs regapped to .022
And 93 but there was probably some E left in the tank.

You have some timing issues. I would try getting some E85 mixed in. Might need to swap plugs for a step colder


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Default 11-07-2021, 09:33 PM

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What plugs and gap? You have a lot of timing corrections. What fuel is being used?
His model shows raw timing, not timing corrections, under 2-4. I don't see many corrections at all.


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Default 11-08-2021, 04:16 AM

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His model shows raw timing, not timing corrections, under 2-4. I don't see many corrections at all.
Is that ok.?
Iím very new to this terry and am still learning. But I have been reading the tread on logging parameters! Just still trying to figure out what everything should be.
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Tuning wise it seems fine, but the app is dropping data points for some reason. Photo of JB4 mobile adapter placement?
I placed it on the Fuse Box, on the passenger side. Hope i angled it corectly. BTW mine is a RHD version. Thanks
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Default 11-08-2021, 07:14 AM

Here is another log from this morning after taking my son to school.
What the heckís going on here..? at times it feels strong and pulls hard and at times it feels sluggish and like itís having a hard time sorting everything out to get going... and when it does like this I can visibly see and feel the boost gauge surging.
Can you tell from the logs if the fuel wire is working.?

And why is it that I canít get but one log to save at a time..?
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Here is another log from this morning after taking my son to school.
What the heck’s going on here..? at times it feels strong and pulls hard and at times it feels sluggish and like it’s having a hard time sorting everything out to get going... and when it does like this I can visibly see and feel the boost gauge surging.
Can you tell from the logs if the fuel wire is working.?

And why is it that I can’t get but one log to save at a time..?
For the 1.6L this mild oscillation is usually caused by the boost target being too high for the factory PID system to accommodate. Mods like intakes can make it more pronounced. Weather also plays a role. Does it come up on map1?


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Default 11-08-2021, 12:23 PM

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I placed it on the Fuse Box, on the passenger side. Hope i angled it corectly. BTW mine is a RHD version. Thanks
Move the adapter so its not touching the metal enclosure. If that doesn't help you can try contacting JB4 mobile for help as its basically an app issue. support@jb4connectkit.com


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Default 11-08-2021, 01:11 PM

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For the 1.6L this mild oscillation is usually caused by the boost target being too high for the factory PID system to accommodate. Mods like intakes can make it more pronounced. Weather also plays a role. Does it come up on map1?
I have zero mods other than the jb4 and muffler and resonator delete.
I will see when I get home if it does, and try to get another log.
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Default 11-08-2021, 05:08 PM

Oh hereís a map 1 log guys, felt pretty good and no boost surging.
I will have to account the qwerks I was experiencing yesterday to altitude and elevation changes as I didnít really think about the fact that I was indeed doing a little of that where I was at.
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Default 11-08-2021, 06:56 PM

And there is map 2.
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Default 11-09-2021, 07:13 PM

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Move the adapter so its not touching the metal enclosure. If that doesn't help you can try contacting JB4 mobile for help as its basically an app issue. support@jb4connectkit.com
Will try it out. BTW, where do I refer to in terms of the value for the app data points. Thanks for the advice Terry.
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Will try it out. BTW, where do I refer to in terms of the value for the app data points. Thanks for the advice Terry.
The timestamp in the log as you scroll along in the app or windows interface when viewing it.


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The timestamp in the log as you scroll along in the app or windows interface when viewing it.
OK got it. Thanks
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I'm curious how my log looks. I thought I did 2 separate logs, but they seem to have merged. The left side of the graph is 40 to 70 WOT (cropped out of screenshot, but shows in csv file), The right side is 40 to 80 WOT. Running map2 with fuel wire hooked up. Up hill. 39įF

I was a little surprised to see 22 lbs of boost at times, but other than that, I'm not certain what I'm looking at. It looks ok to me, but I'm not super familiar with logging.
Ign3 stuck out a little, it was 5.30 at about 4k rpm and 4.5 at 4.4k rpm.


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Windbooster throttle controller, not sure if this affects pedal/WOT.
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Thank you for your time.
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Default Cerato GT 1.6T Log check - 11-14-2021, 08:01 PM

Could you please check my 2 logs.

I am using MAP 6 and did a number of runs and made many adjustments to get to this, so I hope it looks good, especially the IGN timing

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Default 11-15-2021, 10:00 AM

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I'm curious how my log looks.
The runs seem pretty normal to me. Boost, timing, AFR in check. A few corrections but they are rolling down rather than up as the run continues.


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Could you please check my 2 logs.

I am using MAP 6 and did a number of runs and made many adjustments to get to this, so I hope it looks good, especially the IGN timing

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I don't see any issues here, but when doing custom tuning you'll want to do longer runs with shifts. Often if a problem is going to crop up its post shift during a longer WOT run.
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Default 11-15-2021, 10:32 AM

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The runs seem pretty normal to me. Boost, timing, AFR in check. A few corrections but they are rolling down rather than up as the run continues.
Thanks a lot Terry, I really appreciate your time!
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I don't see any issues here, but when doing custom tuning you'll want to do longer runs with shifts. Often if a problem is going to crop up its post shift during a longer WOT run.
Thanks Terry, To answer your question, I did do a longer run with shifts, the log was in the same post as the one you checked, its 0-65mph from 1st to start of 4th gear.

Can you please look at this one.

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I don't see any issues here, but when doing custom tuning you'll want to do longer runs with shifts. Often if a problem is going to crop up its post shift during a longer WOT run.
I'm really trying to understand this timing/ignition stuff. All of the descriptions say you shouldn't see timing corrections of more than about 3.5 above 4.5k rpm. Your csv shows ign values up to 11.3 and Terry says it looks good? Just when I think I'm starting to understand what I'm looking at, something like this comes up and Terry says it looks good. And I'm lost again. lol
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Semi-off topic but if I were to order the JB4 bundle, how long would it take to ship? I'm leaving town Thanksgiving and do not want it sitting out front.
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Default 11-15-2021, 02:23 PM

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I'm really trying to understand this timing/ignition stuff. All of the descriptions say you shouldn't see timing corrections of more than about 3.5 above 4.5k rpm. Your csv shows ign values up to 11.3 and Terry says it looks good? Just when I think I'm starting to understand what I'm looking at, something like this comes up and Terry says it looks good. And I'm lost again. lol


Looks like raw timing is being displayed that is why, turn FUA to 0 for timing corrections. Not sure base on his model if that is an option. The Stinger for instance allows both raw and corrections and can be changed in the FUA setting.


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