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Default Fuel Control Wires w/ Map 1 - 09-16-2020, 05:59 PM


Okay I got the JB4 for my 2020 Kia GT stinger, and I was taking it a step at a time here... The fuel wire adapters didn't arrive at the same time so I left that part aside... Installed the JB4, ran the car a few times on Map 1 91 Octane and it seemed to do about 2/10th better 0 - 60 on the Draggy... def. in the 4.2s & 4.3s all of the time... used to be in the 4.4s to 4.6s. Mileage seemed to improve driving around town ... so I get the FC Wires... seems a touch slower now... 0 - 60 in the 4.3s and 4.4s no 4.2s like before and mileage appears to be worse...? I thought that it gave the JB4 control over the A/F ratio and leaned it out at higher rpms no? Looks like you lose some torque though with the FC installed on the dyno charts....
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