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Default 09-24-2015, 12:06 PM

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To avoid confusion we've merged the ISO firmware thread and the JB4 N54 thread. Firmware updates and notes will appear in the 2nd post of the thread and we'll attempt to keep the first post updated with the latest FAQ, user adjustment settings, wheel control guide, etc.
Great idea Terry

I think stickying the MHD Discussion thread would be a good idea, just my .02
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Default 09-24-2015, 01:54 PM

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Great idea Terry

I think stickying the MHD Discussion thread would be a good idea, just my .02
I concur.
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Does anyone know what the default setting for menu 12 was on or before Iso_29 ?
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Default 09-24-2015, 06:53 PM

2800. But it was not used in the same way.


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Dead/incorrect link ^^^
Recommend Post #2 in this thread...


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Recommend Post #2 in this thread...
Yes, I figured that out. Just pointing out the incorrect link.


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2800. But it was not used in the same way.
Thank you Terry. I found the following notes but could you provide me a bit more info on what changed?

I read up and found the notes, but i'm curious to actually what has exactly changed.
2) Adjusted menu 12 minimum duty cycle from a soft limit to a hard limit, and made corresponding programming and logical changes to allow this to function properly. The net result is smoother low throttle operation and less wastegate rattle under low throttle boost. Note the car will now be more sensitive to menu 12 being set overly high. The default setting is 2800rpm.

..and..

6) v31.1: Changed the parameters for menu 12. The new range is from 1500rpm to 3000rpm. Which represents from 15% to 30% duty cycle. 30% duty cycle is enough to cause problems in some cars but higher levels just don't make sense with the new logic. Any setting of over 30% will be revert to 30%.
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I can't provide any addl information other than what I've previously posted. Search my previous posts in this thread if you're interested in some addl details on what was changed and why.


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I can't provide any addl information other than what I've previously posted. Search my previous posts in this thread if you're interested in some addl details on what was changed and why.
No problem!

Also is it possible to continue to provide the other older firmwares in the thread? They seem to have gone since merging the threads.

Thanks!!
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There are now contradicting notes for Menu 11. It used to say that a setting of 5000 was linear, now it says the opposite. Can you please clarify? Thanks!

"Menu 11 (0-5000rpm). This determines the boost profile as a function of gas pedal input. Lower values are more linear, meaning less boost is targeted at lower pedal inputs while higher values are more non-linear meaning higher amounts of boost are targeted at lower pedal inputs."

"1) Changed menu 11 from "open loop" to "throttle sensitivity". Valid range is from 0 to 5000rpm. This new parameters controls the boost to gas pedal input relationship. A value of 0 will provide no boost target for the first 50% of pedal travel and then a linear mapping from 50% to 100% and make the pedal feel slightly dead in low travel, while a value of 5000rpm provides a linear mapping from 0% to 100% and will make the engine more responsive to pedal input."
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Default 09-25-2015, 07:34 AM

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No problem!

Also is it possible to continue to provide the other older firmwares in the thread? They seem to have gone since merging the threads.

Thanks!!
It's probably buried in this thread somewhere now since they were merged. Running anything but the newest firmware is generally a mistake. They are old versions because they are inferior to the new firmware.


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Default 09-25-2015, 09:53 AM

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Without backend flash, map 1 is 13 psi and map 2 is 14.5 psi.
With backend flash, map 1 is 15 psi and map 2 is 17 psi.
then those pump gas timing targets make a whole lot more sense! Thanks so much for the info.


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v31.5: Added meth_safety mode = 4 to enable a progressive meth safety for all maps when selected.

Can someone explain how this works? I use #3 in my setting without actual meth.


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If you don't have a meth kit then the latest meth safety mode = 4 will not apply to you.


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Default 09-26-2015, 07:09 AM

I'm sure i've asked before if its the wrong section let me know or if you dont care ...

But does anyone else's can flap settings on JB4 not work correctly?

Meaning the flap is still closing once hit 3000 RPM when set to always be open?

I like using this as i often need to close it when leaving home at 4am to not annoy neighbours.
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I'm sure i've asked before if its the wrong section let me know or if you dont care ...

But does anyone else's can flap settings on JB4 not work correctly?

Meaning the flap is still closing once hit 3000 RPM when set to always be open?

I like using this as i often need to close it when leaving home at 4am to not annoy neighbours.
You can just disable the CANflap option (i.e. leave it as it is from factory)... and enable the CANflap option when needed... it takes 2 seconds to change the option on the steering wheel.


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Default 09-27-2015, 08:59 AM

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But does anyone else's can flap settings on JB4 not work correctly?
If I set mine to close, it will reopen after 10-20 seconds. Haven't put time into figuring out why.
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Could be a bug. I'll look in to it.


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Could be a bug. I'll look in to it.

Thanks Terry!

Don't know what update it may have starting mis behaving as when i first got JB4 im sure it worked correctly.
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Made a minor change aimed at helping those unable to follow the menu 12 directions with the new firmware. v31.7 should prevent menu 12 from being set below 2000rpm unless DWP is also set very low, and if they do manage to set it low rather than getting oscillation should just get poor boost response. For those running v31.6 who have menu 12 set between 2000-28000rpm there is little reason to update.


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Are they default settings shown in the OP for v28.7 still valid for the latest update?


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Updated the default settings for v31.


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Updated the default settings for v31.
"14) v31.7 Changed menu 12 range to 2000-3000rpm."

The new image shows menu 12 as having a default setting of 1000rpm. Can you fix/clarify?
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