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Hey Terry I've tried updating to v20 and v21 and I keep getting timeouts once it gets to 407/408 blocks. Is there any way to update the timeout past the 30 you can set in the app? Seems silly that it can make so much progress then timeout...
With the v3.7 adapters a timeout value of 10 is required and anything over 20 has no chance of working, needs to be blocked from app. If you need addl app support email support@jb4connectkit.com


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Default 2018 Elantra GT Sport log - 09-03-2020, 11:45 AM

Hey Terry, if you could take a quick look at the log and let me know if anything looks out of the ordinary. Running latest alpha 21 firmware, Map 2 on 93.
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Default 09-03-2020, 12:55 PM

No full throttle but from what I can see looks OK so far!
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Default 09-03-2020, 01:38 PM

Can you tell us more about the v21 Experimental feature? I see the setting is 0-100 but 60-70 was the sweet spot. what would we notice on 100? what is it doing?
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Default 09-04-2020, 08:25 AM

Hey terry.
Can you check the log Map5?
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Can you tell us more about the v21 Experimental feature? I see the setting is 0-100 but 60-70 was the sweet spot. what would we notice on 100? what is it doing?
No additional information to provide other than what we posted in the firmware. We've noticed a slight surge especially when cold at higher levels so we'll be correcting that before moving it out of alpha, but looking fro general feedback on how pedal response feels at various DWP settings.


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Hey terry.
Can you check the log Map5?
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Not long enough to see much. Would need more info re: mods, fuel, etc, a well.


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Default 09-04-2020, 11:00 AM

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Not long enough to see much. Would need more info re: mods, fuel, etc, a well.
Okay tomorrow i make a New log.
Mods air Filter plate.
And 102 oktan Aral ultimate fuel.
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Default 09-05-2020, 08:40 AM

Here the New log from Map5.
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Default 09-05-2020, 04:37 PM

Seems OK to me here
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Default 09-05-2020, 11:29 PM

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Seems OK to me here
Nice thank you.
Do you mean the next step is ewg?
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Nice thank you.
Do you mean the next step is ewg?
Probably meth, fuel pressure is already dropping here. EWG will likely just make it worse by further increasing boost/fuel demand.


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Default 09-06-2020, 08:42 AM

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Probably meth, fuel pressure is already dropping here. EWG will likely just make it worse by further increasing boost/fuel demand.
Okay is the map5 safe beacause of fuel pressure ?
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Okay is the map5 safe beacause of fuel pressure ?
If it's pulling smoothly yes, no knock seen in logs. Just not ideal on fueling.


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Anyone tested the v21_T1 firmware with the DWP setting? I've been running a setting of 100 and it seems pretty good. Curious if anyone else likes it.


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Default 09-07-2020, 10:16 PM

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If it's pulling smoothly yes, no knock seen in logs. Just not ideal on fueling.
Yes pulling is smoothly.
I make a longer log.
I test it 3-4 gear.
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I put it in yesterday but have not test it yet. Today car is at my mechanic shop to get bigger end silencer and also 2, 4" inches tubes in the middle. All this to take the drone away, very annoying after a while. Now I will have the quiets Stinger around but the fastest. Did 0-100 km/h at 4.2 now still waiting for primary DPs with high flow cats and EWG connectors...

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Got the fuel wires installed and ran map 3 for some 1/8th mile pulls. I was on 93 + 2.5 gals of E85 (turned out I had more 93 in the tank than I thought)

Car was running faster even with a second person in the car and car pulled hard after a few feet (I'm only using built in launch control)

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Default 09-08-2020, 08:49 AM

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Anyone tested the v21_T1 firmware with the DWP setting? I've been running a setting of 100 and it seems pretty good. Curious if anyone else likes it.
Updated firmware yesterday to V_21.

Did an ECU reset after. Put 100 on Jb4 DWP setting and just revd it a bit. ( Car was warmed up already) CAr then started to stutter so i shut the car off and switched it back to 0.

This morning on start up it was louder and a bit rougher than usual? I found it strange....
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Updated firmware yesterday to V_21.

Did an ECU reset after. Put 100 on Jb4 DWP setting and just revd it a bit. ( Car was warmed up already) CAr then started to stutter so i shut the car off and switched it back to 0.

This morning on start up it was louder and a bit rougher than usual? I found it strange....
Would need to see a log for any tuning advice on it.


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Got the fuel wires installed and ran map 3 for some 1/8th mile pulls. I was on 93 + 2.5 gals of E85 (turned out I had more 93 in the tank than I thought)

Car was running faster even with a second person in the car and car pulled hard after a few feet (I'm only using built in launch control)

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Log looks fine to me
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Default 09-08-2020, 12:11 PM

Here is a log for a 1.6T on the new 21_T1 firmware on map 2, DWP set to 80. Seems to run a little smoother than the base 21 firmware from my experience.

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Anyone tested the v21_T1 firmware with the DWP setting? I've been running a setting of 100 and it seems pretty good. Curious if anyone else likes it.
I ran V21 with DWP at 65 and the pedal response felt a lot less "mushy", especially for partial throttle to partial throttle (e.g. 20% - 70%) response, like when you're passing someone on the highway.

I just tried 21_1 with DWP at 100 and it seems even better than before.

These cars are weird, and for whatever reason when you're driving in automatic shifting mode the way to accelerate most quickly isn't always to press the pedal down further. I've heard this referred to as "super spool" on the Stinger forums.

I guess what I'm saying is, the car feels more consistent changing pedal positions and my foot is going to have to relearn the pattern. But I'm happy for the change because this was one of my biggest gripes with the platform and it really benefits daily drivability.
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Default 09-08-2020, 04:22 PM

Please forgive the ignorance. But what does 'DWP' stand for?


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Default 09-08-2020, 04:43 PM

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Please forgive the ignorance. But what does 'DWP' stand for?
Default Wastegate Position.

It's a misnomer in this context because Terry just used the DWP setting box as a place to enter the new setting. Now that you brought it up this parameter does need a proper (cool) name.
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