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Default 04-29-2020, 11:34 AM

Your advice is to stick with map2 and map5?, with a little ethanol for better timings?


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Default 04-30-2020, 07:17 AM

I’d add ethanol regardless of map to help smooth out timing & to give yourself a bit of wiggle room


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Default 04-30-2020, 10:13 AM

Thanks Dave, I'll try ethanol and put a log here. And what should I do with Map6, drive it, change it, or switch to Map2 or Map5?


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Thanks Dave, I'll try ethanol and put a log here. And what should I do with Map6, drive it, change it, or switch to Map2 or Map5?
Id add a little more e85, and lower your boost target a bit past 5k if you plan on continuing to use map 6


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thanks Dave, I wish you all the best!


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thanks Dave, I wish you all the best!
No worries or need to thank me

Enjoy the weekend & stay safe


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Hi guys, I hope you are healthy. these days I made BEF via MHD, I chose pump bef. I made several logs on 2 and 5 maps .... my car seems slower than before, the timings look pretty bad, the strange thing is that always at the first log the timings of 2 of the cylinders fall to 0 on the same rpm, then they are better,, the fuel is 100 ron, the car is fbo ... xhp stage 3....advice?
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Default 06-25-2020, 12:44 PM

After a map change, the car needs to adapt a bit, so if you’re jumping back n forth between maps & immediately logging- that could be an issue.

I don’t see anything crazy in the logs, what are the goals now for the car?


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I drive the car on map 2 about a week before I logged in with the logs, before I log on map 5 I also did 4 runs to adapt .... I just saw much better timings, so I decidrd to ask., if you don't see a problem then everything is OK. I'm thinking of switching to turbo stage 1 in a month.


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I drive the car on map 2 about a week before I logged in with the logs, before I log on map 5 I also did 4 runs to adapt .... I just saw much better timings, so I decidrd to ask., if you don't see a problem then everything is OK. I'm thinking of switching to turbo stage 1 in a month.
Go Stage 2

Heat as well can zap timing. Its getting pretty hot now


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Default 06-27-2020, 02:47 AM

Dave, in a perfect world stage 2 would be wonderful but in the real world, I think I will only succeed with stage 1. After all, the car is family and I want to stick to the original idea. For timings, maybe you're right and it's hot in here. Be healthy.


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Dave, in a perfect world stage 2 would be wonderful but in the real world, I think I will only succeed with stage 1. After all, the car is family and I want to stick to the original idea. For timings, maybe you're right and it's hot in here. Be healthy.
Most guys I speak with that are in the same situation as you, those that go Stage 1, after 3-4 weeks all have said, I should have gone Stage 2. Not some, all.

Dont need to Max the turbo out, in fact I never Rec that. Just think about it


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Default 06-28-2020, 01:29 PM

Dave, whatever we talk about, it's always a matter of money )) yes you're 100% right, for stage 2, but it's just far from my budget, I wish you all the best, and when I put stage 1, of course I'll ask again here


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Dave, whatever we talk about, it's always a matter of money )) yes you're 100% right, for stage 2, but it's just far from my budget, I wish you all the best, and when I put stage 1, of course I'll ask again here


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Hello, I set up menu 11-2000, and the car starts to run at high levels on boost, I have 2 logs .... of course, exactly when I didn't log in, I received codes 2c56 and 2c58, after that I got menu 11-1500 and it doesn't happen anymore, can these settings lead to overboost?
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Hello, I set up menu 11-2000, and the car starts to run at high levels on boost, I have 2 logs .... of course, exactly when I didn't log in, I received codes 2c56 and 2c58, after that I got menu 11-1500 and it doesn't happen anymore, can these settings lead to overboost?
Much like a map change, it may take a few adaption pulls for the car to like the menu changes.

Is it still doing it?


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Much like a map change, it may take a few adaption pulls for the car to like the menu changes.

Is it still doing it?
I've been driving for 2 months on map 5, otherwise I changed menu 11 1-2 days ago ... since I returned menu 11 to 1500 I haven't had a problem, the solenoid may be wrong but, the only change is menu 11 ... for that I asked if it could cause overboost, and I have never seen such boost levels in my logs ... oh, it's quite warm here 35 degrees Celsius


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Okey this my be the wrong post to reply on but i need some help im new to this i bought a fbo 2011 535 with the jb4 on it car ran fine and all of a sudden its acing ip low boost then over boost and bunch of random crap and i keep geting lil to no help from burger anyways so after they sent me new settings everything went to **** im running rich and whole lota other things im currently on map 0 as soon as i get to map 2 its hell it wont even let me ipdate the tune
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Okey this my be the wrong post to reply on but i need some help im new to this i bought a fbo 2011 535 with the jb4 on it car ran fine and all of a sudden its acing ip low boost then over boost and bunch of random crap and i keep geting lil to no help from burger anyways so after they sent me new settings everything went to **** im running rich and whole lota other things im currently on map 0 as soon as i get to map 2 its hell it wont even let me ipdate the tune
Hey Sam,

Make your own thread, and provide any pertinent info.


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Dave, a with my problem, can menu 11 cause this ...


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Generally speaking, it can. Do I see it often, not really


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and I, I saw it only once and no more, but I really like the levels of boost, obviously I will try again and if it happens again, I will know that it is from this, if not I will enjoy the boost.Thanks,enjoy the weekend


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and I, I saw it only once and no more, but I really like the levels of boost, obviously I will try again and if it happens again, I will know that it is from this, if not I will enjoy the boost.Thanks,enjoy the weekend
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