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Default 01-20-2019, 07:46 AM

@terry why is it that after 40 mph Iím getting stock psi and not 4psi over on map1
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Default 01-20-2019, 10:24 AM

Your water temp dropped below 160. Car isn't warmed up properly to do full boost runs.
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Default 01-20-2019, 10:52 AM

Got it thanks... I will wait till it gets up to temps now lol
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No ETA on the VR30 OCC, just something we're working on at this point.


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Default 01-20-2019, 04:50 PM

Terry, please check post 3540 with my higher gear pull. Thank you.
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Fuel control is off. Did you mean to turn it on?


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Fuel control is off. Did you mean to turn it on?
For that pull I believe it was off as I was trying it on vs. off, I was mainly concerned with getting a higher gear pull. That's map 6 that is mostly set to +5/6psi.
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Got it, I mainly want to see a higher RPM pull WITH fuel control to ensure it's working right for you.


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Got it, I mainly want to see a higher RPM pull WITH fuel control to ensure it's working right for you.
DOH.....ok, will add to the list of things to do.
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My hands are officially too big to install fuel wire on passenger side. Might need to ask for assistance from a friend who has smaller hands. It’s a tight fit and if you can install with one hand you have some serious skills.
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My hands are officially too big to install fuel wire on passenger side. Might need to ask for assistance from a friend who has smaller hands. Itís a tight fit and if you can install with one hand you have some serious skills.
I'm not small by any means, and was able to get 2 hands in, 1 from the front and 1 from the back to get the wire attached. 2 things that helped me,

1-I DEFINITELY had to do what was shown in the video and disconnect the harness bracket to give myself more room.

2- If you follow the O2 harness there is a plug farther back that you would have to unplug if you were going to change out the O2 sensor. This is the best place to tap into. The harness is held in place by a little tab and sliding the harness out of this gives you the wiggle room you need to tap the wire.

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My hands are officially too big to install fuel wire on passenger side. Might need to ask for assistance from a friend who has smaller hands. It’s a tight fit and if you can install with one hand you have some serious skills.
Agreed - the passenger side install is tough. I used a pair of hemostats to grab the white wire.

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My hands are officially too big to install fuel wire on passenger side. Might need to ask for assistance from a friend who has smaller hands. Itís a tight fit and if you can install with one hand you have some serious skills.
I was able to one hand it since I'm so used to the posi-taps. Looking forward to seeing if you guys find an easier way than I found!


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I was able to one hand it since I'm so used to the posi-taps. Looking forward to seeing if you guys find an easier way than I found!
Terry, isnít there a way the JB4 can access the fuel system thru existing CAN bus connection?
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Hi Terry, are my logs looking ok? do I have room for map2..I'm stock.
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Hi Terry, are my logs looking ok? do I have room for map2..I'm stock.
Yes seems fine to me.


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Terry, isnít there a way the JB4 can access the fuel system thru existing CAN bus connection?
Yes but, it's complicated. The extra wires were the best implementation.


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Yes but, it's complicated. The extra wires were the best implementation.
Future update perhaps?
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Future update perhaps?
Plan is to roll with the AFR wires for fuel control for the foreseeable future.


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Plan is to roll with the AFR wires for fuel control for the foreseeable future.
I'm fine with that, 2 wires is no big deal....but giving us the ability to adjust the target AFR would be awesome since different temps/boost levels/octane all require a different target AFR.
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Plan is to roll with the AFR wires for fuel control for the foreseeable future.
Terry, As you know I haven’t installed fuel wires yet but I updated JB4 FW and this morning I started the car and had the transmission/engine light come on. I had some issues upgrading FW, it failed first 2 times and worked on the 3rd try. Could it be related? Attached are the codes it read.

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Terry, As you know I havenít installed fuel wires yet but I updated JB4 FW and this morning I started the car and had the transmission/engine light come on. I had some issues upgrading FW, it failed first 2 times and worked on the 3rd try. Could it be related? Attached are the codes it read.

P0223
P0502
P0900
P0000

I'm not Terry obviously lol, but did you unplug the ODB2 and remove the JB4 MAP plugs? Pretty easy to check and your codes are throttle position sensor, vehicle speed sensor, clutch actuator circuit. Doesn't seem JB4 related.
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I'm not Terry obviously lol, but did you unplug the ODB2 and remove the JB4 MAP plugs? Pretty easy to check and your codes are throttle position sensor, vehicle speed sensor, clutch actuator circuit. Doesn't seem JB4 related.
No. I could barely get my finger tips on the passenger side white cable so I stopped working on that but I updated JB4 FW thatís why Iím asking.
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No. I could barely get my finger tips on the passenger side white cable so I stopped working on that but I updated JB4 FW thatís why Iím asking.
I was referring to removing the JB4 map connectors, not the fuel wire. Basically disconnect the JB4 and see if the codes/CEL are still there.
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Terry, As you know I havenít installed fuel wires yet but I updated JB4 FW and this morning I started the car and had the transmission/engine light come on.
Yes you'll trigger codes if firmware fails and ign power is cycled. Just clear all codes now.


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