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We suggest map 2 at the most for 91 only. Do you have access to e85 around you?
I do. How many gallons is suggested added to 91? What map would I run?
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Default 10-11-2019, 02:42 PM

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I do. How many gallons is suggested added to 91? What map would I run?
Awesome! Start with 3-4 gallons of e85 and fill the rest with 91.

Get another log on map 2 so we can verify it's all good before moving to the next higher map.


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Default 10-13-2019, 06:48 PM

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Awesome! Start with 3-4 gallons of e85 and fill the rest with 91.

Get another log on map 2 so we can verify it's all good before moving to the next higher map.
Here is map 2 with 91 and about 2.5 gal E85. let me know if there is no difference due to the low amount of E85. To be honest I was a little scared putting it in so I wanted to be safe and just try a little. Thanks
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I replaced the spark plugs and now my vehicle is running great, what would be the next step for someone to help me read a log?

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Default 10-14-2019, 05:01 PM

[QUOTE=Payam @ BMS;648080]Can you post the CSV file.

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Here is the CSV file.
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Default 10-15-2019, 01:39 PM

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Here is the CSV file.
Looks pretty good! What fuel are you using? Go for map 2 next and grab another log. If you have e85 available add 3-4 gallons and fill the rest with pump gas and grab a log.
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Default 10-15-2019, 04:19 PM

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Looks pretty good! What fuel are you using? Go for map 2 next and grab another log. If you have e85 available add 3-4 gallons and fill the rest with pump gas and grab a log.
I’m using 91 and added 2 gallons of e85. I’ll add 3 gallons on my next fill up and run a new log. Does it matter in sport or regular mode?
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Default 10-16-2019, 09:29 AM

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Awesome! Start with 3-4 gallons of e85 and fill the rest with 91.

Get another log on map 2 so we can verify it's all good before moving to the next higher map.

Here is map 2 with 91 and about 3 gal E85. let me know if there is no difference due to the low amount of E85. To be honest I was a little scared putting it in so I wanted to be safe and just try a little. Thanks
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Default 10-16-2019, 12:27 PM

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Here is map 2 with 91 and about 3 gal E85. let me know if there is no difference due to the low amount of E85. To be honest I was a little scared putting it in so I wanted to be safe and just try a little. Thanks
Not bad, I would add another gallon of e85 and get another log in map 2 please.

See if you can get a longer run. Looks clean and strong though!
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Default 10-17-2019, 01:16 PM

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Looks pretty good! What fuel are you using? Go for map 2 next and grab another log. If you have e85 available add 3-4 gallons and fill the rest with pump gas and grab a log.
Here is the log with map 2 and 3 gallons of E85.
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Here is the log with map 2 and 3 gallons of E85.
Looks very strong and healthy from what I can tell in the log.
Hows the car fell?
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Default 10-18-2019, 03:20 PM

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Not bad, I would add another gallon of e85 and get another log in map 2 please.

See if you can get a longer run. Looks clean and strong though!
Ok, will do on the next fill up. Also, between shifts sometimes it will pop and if I am on hard acceleration and let off after a shift, it will pop loud as well out the rear. I don't mind it, just want to make sure that it is not doing any damage.
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In Australia this is the best on pump noted as 98 Octane. I have researched this however and I think it is still a lower grade than the 93 in the USA.
Hi Guys, little while ago i posted some runs. I have some more for you to have a look at and am now really interested if there is any further MAP updates from BMS. Note, this is running approx. 3.5 gallons of E85. I have also attached a dyno report running one run on Map0 and then 2 runs on Map5. Dyno was on a Dyno Dynamics machine.
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Default 10-21-2019, 10:53 AM

Wow, that is a good looking graph! 60whp gain is fantastic, the log looks great too.
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Looks very strong and healthy from what I can tell in the log.
Hows the car fell?
Feels nice and strong.
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Wow, that is a good looking graph! 60whp gain is fantastic, the log looks great too.
Will there be any further MAP updates for this? I am extremely interested in seeing what else is possible out of this engine.
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Default 10-30-2019, 02:18 PM

I added about 5 gallons of E85 on map 2 and the check engine light came on. Should the chip know to change the air-fuel mixture? I checked the code and this is what it is.

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OBD II fault code P2177 is a generic code that is defined as “System Too Lean Off Idle Bank 1”, and is set when the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) detects that there is too much air relative to fuel in the air/fuel mixture on Bank 1. Note that “Bank 1” refers to the bank of cylinders that contains cylinder #1 on V-type engines, and “off idle” means that the condition is detected when the engine is running above idling speed.
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I added about 5 gallons of E85 on map 2 and the check engine light came on. Should the chip know to change the air-fuel mixture? I checked the code and this is what it is.

What Does Code P2177 Mean?
OBD II fault code P2177 is a generic code that is defined as “System Too Lean Off Idle Bank 1”, and is set when the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) detects that there is too much air relative to fuel in the air/fuel mixture on Bank 1. Note that “Bank 1” refers to the bank of cylinders that contains cylinder #1 on V-type engines, and “off idle” means that the condition is detected when the engine is running above idling speed.
After a few drive cycles it adapts.

Clear the code with ign on but the car off. Grab a log on map 2 so we can evaluate.


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Here is 4.5 gal E85 with 91 on map 2. Should I stay or move to a different map? thanks
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Default 11-14-2019, 12:47 PM

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Here is 4.5 gal E85 with 91 on map 2. Should I stay or move to a different map? thanks
Looks pretty good, can you get a couple more logs on map 2 before moving up?
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