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Default 01-19-2019, 04:44 PM

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The first run no way either happened. The track is super sticky.. and I drove like 70miles to get to the track.. I'm thinking it's a fuel issue.. where is the iat sensor on these cars? I have the single catch can setup could that effect anything.. or perhaps I need to get CAI done..
IAT is read at the manifold MAP sensor and looks fine in the log.

As a test, you could set 1st gear to 1psi to see if it's boost related off the line.


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Default 01-19-2019, 05:17 PM

Any issues with running 4 gallons of e85 long term? Somebody told me it's not a good idea but the extra power is addicting!!lol
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Default 01-19-2019, 05:31 PM

No foreseeable issues.


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Default 01-22-2019, 05:03 AM

Managed to run a better time on Map 2 after adding the HFCs. 12.17 at 117.2.
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Default 01-22-2019, 08:25 AM

Terry, is this the correct BOV? TiAL Q Blow Off Valve - 6 psi (black) spring, Black Body, AL Flange.

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Default 01-22-2019, 09:30 AM

Yes that sounds right.


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Default 01-22-2019, 09:30 AM

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Managed to run a better time on Map 2 after adding the HFCs. 12.17 at 117.2.
Interesting! Custom job?


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Default 01-22-2019, 10:03 AM

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Interesting! Custom job?
Yeah, the car c@tless sounded very raspy and nasty. Ordered these cats they are HJS 4.25” Dia 200cell and welded them on. Car sounds way better and no fuel smell in the garage now which is good.

Just came back from the dyno aswell.

Run 3 - Map 5
Run 1 - Map 3
Run 6 - Map 2
Run 7 - Map 1

All on 93oct and 50/50 WMI.
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Solid results!


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Default Not bad - 01-22-2019, 12:35 PM

460whp isn't bad! I wonder where I would be on the meth kit, currently make 446/495 on 93,
Any new softwares coming out soon?

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Default 01-22-2019, 03:58 PM

I'm still completely stock other than drop-in K&N panel filters. I'd like to log current state and state after each modification if I can. However, it's cold with snow on the ground and I'm heading into the dealership shortly - that's who's installing my midpipes. I'd rather not have to install, uninstall, and re-install if I can.

Can I plug the JB4 into the OBD2 port without putting it under the hood and running all of the other connections and just log? Something tells me I have to plug it completely in.

Maybe I'll use another app and a BT OBD2 adapter to log if I have to. But I obviously have to use only the JB4 once I want to start using Maps other than 0.

Thanks for any answers and ideas!
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Default 01-22-2019, 05:22 PM

Where did you get the hfc?
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Default 01-22-2019, 06:26 PM

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I'm still completely stock other than drop-in K&N panel filters. I'd like to log current state and state after each modification if I can. However, it's cold with snow on the ground and I'm heading into the dealership shortly - that's who's installing my midpipes. I'd rather not have to install, uninstall, and re-install if I can.

Can I plug the JB4 into the OBD2 port without putting it under the hood and running all of the other connections and just log? Something tells me I have to plug it completely in.

Maybe I'll use another app and a BT OBD2 adapter to log if I have to. But I obviously have to use only the JB4 once I want to start using Maps other than 0.

Thanks for any answers and ideas!
No, requires TMAP connection to power up and OBDII for CANbus. Takes 5 minutes to install from start to finish, though.


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Default 01-22-2019, 06:29 PM

Do you know the part numbers of the two sensors the fuel wires connect to for the 3.3l v6?
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Default 01-22-2019, 06:45 PM

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460whp isn't bad! I wonder where I would be on the meth kit, currently make 446/495 on 93,
Any new softwares coming out soon?

cheers
Nothing new short term. We're sort of at the hardware limits right now. Looking in to a few things though.

On 93 the WMI gains are substantial, go for it!


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Default 01-23-2019, 04:55 AM

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Do you know the part numbers of the two sensors the fuel wires connect to for the 3.3l v6?
39210-3L010 and 39210-3L000

2018 Kia Stinger Upper Oxygen Sensor 39210-3L000 | KiaCheapParts
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Default 01-23-2019, 07:15 AM

This morning I got in my car and it wouldnít idle below 1000 rpm. I checked codes and go p03213 and p04212, the meaning of which I canít find anywhere. It is still not idling below 1000 but seems to run ok otherwise (I reverted to map 0 to be sure). I cleared codes and they came back. Any ideas?
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Default 01-23-2019, 08:19 AM

Hello

Just got the BMS intakes. Do I need to change anything in the JB4 settings (with fuel wires) - firmare v.8?
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Just got the BMS intakes. Do I need to change anything in the JB4 settings (with fuel wires) - firmare v.8?
No just install and enjoy!


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This morning I got in my car and it wouldnít idle below 1000 rpm. I checked codes and go p03213 and p04212, the meaning of which I canít find anywhere. It is still not idling below 1000 but seems to run ok otherwise (I reverted to map 0 to be sure). I cleared codes and they came back. Any ideas?
Don't have descriptions for those, sure those are the codes? Maybe try reading with an OBDII reader too in case the JB4 is reading them incorrectly.


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Default 01-23-2019, 08:55 AM

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Got the Dragy too....
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Default 01-23-2019, 09:28 AM

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Don't have descriptions for those, sure those are the codes? Maybe try reading with an OBDII reader too in case the JB4 is reading them incorrectly.
Iíll pull them this evening. I did finally find something about it on the web, looks like a map sensor issue. Iíll disconnect the jb4 completely and see if that fixes it.
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Default 01-23-2019, 09:36 AM

I just purchased the JB4 with fuel wires. I did not purchase the Bluetooth module or BMS data cable.

Can I still connect the fuel wires without Bluetooth or BMS cable?

I know I will need to purchase one of those in the future to switch maps.
what maps can I run on 91octane? can I mix the 91 with e85?
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Default 01-23-2019, 10:09 AM

Does anyone have insight as to whether the Kia/Hyundai JB4 would work with a Sportage SX using the 2.0 Turbo GDI motor? Presumably that motor essentially the same (different tuning perhaps) to the 2.0T GDI in the Stinger and Sonata.
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Default 01-23-2019, 10:31 AM

We've been working with a lot of the Kia/Hyundai platforms lately like the Veloster and have found it's all compatible. I expect the Sportage SX will be the same. If not of course we can always take the JB4 back. And I'd love to see some logs from it also to confirm the tuning/map suggestions are the same.


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