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Default 11-07-2018, 03:44 PM

Make sure you have the latest update for your JB4---you can do that thru the App!
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Default 11-07-2018, 04:18 PM

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Make sure you have the latest update for your JB4---you can do that thru the App!
Firmware? Yes, forgot to mention I did that. Thanks, will edit my post.
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Default 11-08-2018, 08:01 AM

Terry - two feature requests:

1) a true MAP gauge (not just boost). I like tracking vacuum levels too. It's the old school engine builder in me.

2) Changing the tuning map based on time or engine condition. e.g., start on map 0 while the engine warms up, then switch to desired map after the engine is warm. Basically just prevent one from hurting themselves. :D
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Default 11-08-2018, 08:21 AM

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Anything else I should be doing to get this dialed in? Or just enjoy Maps 1&2 (sometimes 3 when I dump a few gallons of e85 in)
Some have been running map 3 with healthy 93 octane without issues. With a few gallons of E85 (to make an E30 mix) you should be running map 5.
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Default 11-08-2018, 10:28 AM

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Terry - two feature requests:

1) a true MAP gauge (not just boost). I like tracking vacuum levels too. It's the old school engine builder in me.

2) Changing the tuning map based on time or engine condition. e.g., start on map 0 while the engine warms up, then switch to desired map after the engine is warm. Basically just prevent one from hurting themselves. :D
Warmup protection is already built in, boost is stock until water temp is > 170F. We'll expand that to include oil temperature soon.


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Default 11-08-2018, 10:34 AM

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Warmup protection is already built in, boost is stock until water temp is > 170F. We'll expand that to include oil temperature soon.
Awesome! And MAP gauge?
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Default 11-08-2018, 10:57 AM

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Warmup protection is already built in, boost is stock until water temp is > 170F. We'll expand that to include oil temperature soon.
Does this pertain to ALL manufacture platforms of the JB4 you offer?
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Default 11-08-2018, 12:14 PM

We generally include a warmup safety in all JB4 offerings, but there can be application specific variations so you'd want to ask in the specific thread of the JB4 you run.


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Default Engine check light - 11-09-2018, 08:46 PM

Since Terry isn't allowed, im sure someone else can, how do I get rid of a check engine light with my car, I installed the hatless ********* and I have the two codes that are thrown with it, theres nothing wrong with the car, but id rather not stare at these everyday, I tried to set the fuse D to 90 (youtube video on a MK7 with the same problem) but I need help, thanks!
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Default 11-09-2018, 09:06 PM

Are you in the US? Do you use Android phone? You might be able to root the phone and set region to non us then use the jb4 code suppression settings
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Default 11-09-2018, 09:19 PM

yes im in the states, im in florida actually, we have no emission tests, no I have an iPhone
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Default 11-09-2018, 09:33 PM

what are the code suppression settings
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Default 11-10-2018, 12:12 PM

Under the wmi settings there is a "passive delete" button. On non is regions that sets the code deleted for *** inefficiency. Not available on us due to CARB certification
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Default 11-10-2018, 06:36 PM

Finally got the JB4 installed with fuel wires. Haven't raised above map1 yet, wanted to play it safe and make sure I didn't leave anything unplugged or unhooked after that ridiculous spark plug swap..... I've owned a lot of vehicles and that one wins the all-time difficulty award.

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Default 11-10-2018, 07:50 PM

We had our Stinger out representing today at NFZ. Will link in some videos here soon.


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Default 11-10-2018, 07:51 PM

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Finally got the JB4 installed with fuel wires. Haven't raised above map1 yet, wanted to play it safe and make sure I didn't leave anything unplugged or unhooked after that ridiculous spark plug swap..... I've owned a lot of vehicles and that one wins the all-time difficulty award.

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The plug swap is a headache, but once you've done it once it's much easier. Log looks good to me!


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Default 11-10-2018, 10:34 PM

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Since Terry isn't allowed, im sure someone else can, how do I get rid of a check engine light with my car, I installed the hatless ********* and I have the two codes that are thrown with it, theres nothing wrong with the car, but id rather not stare at these everyday, I tried to set the fuse D to 90 (youtube video on a MK7 with the same problem) but I need help, thanks!
How does it run with the deletes? Any smell issues? Any update on the light issue?
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Default 11-11-2018, 12:03 PM

Light is still on, quiet frustrating actually, I can’t even use the launch control in the car now due to the engine light, went to the track yesterday and ran a 12.6 due to a good proper launch, really ticked me off, granted it was hot, but For the mods I have .. I should be consistint high 11’s
Yes there’s a smell, only when you’re behind the car or behind me while driving, car is remarkably quicker, but the noise the car makes is S**T, need to figure out how to get rid of the rasp/rice, was thinking about adding the stock mufflers back on but wouldn’t that hurt performance?
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Default 11-11-2018, 12:07 PM

Oh what a difference JB4 controlled WMI makes. Couple of logs from the NFZ half mile racing event Saturday. Mods are JB4, 30% E85, BMS intake. Map5 (no meth) vs. map8 (meth on, 70 additive). With BMS WMI 146mph, without only 139mph. Videos to follow.
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Default 11-11-2018, 02:56 PM

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Light is still on, quiet frustrating actually, I can’t even use the launch control in the car now due to the engine light, went to the track yesterday and ran a 12.6 due to a good proper launch, really ticked me off, granted it was hot, but For the mods I have .. I should be consistint high 11’s
Yes there’s a smell, only when you’re behind the car or behind me while driving, car is remarkably quicker, but the noise the car makes is S**T, need to figure out how to get rid of the rasp/rice, was thinking about adding the stock mufflers back on but wouldn’t that hurt performance?
Yea I was wondering about the sound. I'm beginning to think it's time to put the breaks on with the mods. At least until bigger turbos are available. I bought this instead of a hellcat so I wouldn't go crazy. Now I have Drone and it only seems like things get worse with the *****'s. I have a sickness and it's nearly impossible for me to leave stuff alone. This happened to me with M car's then on day I decided to stop the BS with FI 6 cylinders and built a high 9 FI V8 street car. That may happen again soon. Lol
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Default 11-11-2018, 10:14 PM

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Yea I was wondering about the sound. I'm beginning to think it's time to put the breaks on with the mods. At least until bigger turbos are available. I bought this instead of a hellcat so I wouldn't go crazy. Now I have Drone and it only seems like things get worse with the *****'s. I have a sickness and it's nearly impossible for me to leave stuff alone. This happened to me with M car's then on day I decided to stop the BS with FI 6 cylinders and built a high 9 FI V8 street car. That may happen again soon. Lol
Just get you a Redeye and be done with it--low 11's with ZERO mods and factory warranty to boot!!
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Default 11-11-2018, 10:21 PM

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Just get you a Redeye and be done with it--low 11's with ZERO mods and factory warranty to boot!!
Yea I can see the possibilities. Lol. Problem is it won't stop with stock.
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