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Default Log check please. Fuel starting to crash. - 07-15-2020, 07:42 AM

I did a few pulls last night, been running Map 7 for a while with no problems, Tried map 6 and more boost, fuels started crashing.

Hybrid e85 BEF with around E40, Fuel it stage 2 LPFP

Not the cleanest start or finish on logs, but all 3rd gear pulls.

Both LPFP and HPFP start to crash, got kicked into map 4 racing a bike after these pulls.

Where do i start to diagnose? EKPM crash? HPFP too old for these boost levels and E content?

FOL is not gaining either, stuck at 40 it seems.
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Default 07-15-2020, 09:07 AM

Btw, crushed the sport bike from a roll on the straight.

And I went to map 6 after a few pulls on map 7, which makes me think maybe the ekpm got too hot. It is an ekpm2. I drilled some holes in the cover, and leave the seats out.


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Default 07-15-2020, 11:18 AM

Your HPFP looks tired, but your also running 25lbs at e40 with upgraded turbos w/o port injection.

Id lower the boost. your map 7 log was definitely the "cleanest".

I what wonder map 2 with like e60 with the e85 bef would look like..


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Default 07-15-2020, 11:44 AM

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Your HPFP looks tired, but your also running 25lbs at e40 with upgraded turbos w/o port injection.

Id lower the boost. your map 7 log was definitely the "cleanest".

I what wonder map 2 with like e60 with the e85 bef would look like..
25psi on e40 without pi is generally too much? I knew i'd be pushing it. i'd love to get a glory run on a dyno on that map as is.

I'll try a little less E content, and flash the race BEF, there is no hybrid pump for I8AOS


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Default 07-15-2020, 12:59 PM

Yeah there's no Pump BEF for hybrids.

You can try keeping the E85 BEF, up the E content and just lower the boost to see where the HPFP is. That would be a more safe option, instead of running more boost and lowering E content. Also you'd get the timing advance from the e85 BEF


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Default 07-15-2020, 02:50 PM

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Yeah there's no Pump BEF for hybrids.

You can try keeping the E85 BEF, up the E content and just lower the boost to see where the HPFP is. That would be a more safe option, instead of running more boost and lowering E content. Also you'd get the timing advance from the e85 BEF
Good call, Iím actually away from home with the car, but, Iím the town I get my E85. Iíll up the e content a bit, I canít get stuck here with a busted car.


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Default 07-16-2020, 05:17 AM

Just keep an eye on your hpfp and I would raise in increments. e50 then e55 ect.

Start with map 1 and just play with it and see where your hpfp stands until you up the boost.


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