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Default 03-03-2016, 11:27 AM

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Updating first post as there is a new better method for this coming out soon.
Is it a a software update or will I have to climb around in the dme some more lol
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Default 03-03-2016, 11:28 AM

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Is it a a software update or will I have to climb around in the dme some more lol
I disconnected the white and small black per instructions
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Default 03-03-2016, 11:30 AM

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Is it a a software update or will I have to climb around in the dme some more lol
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NOTE Starting with JB4 N54 v32.2 firmware there is now a built in gauges only option under option 4/4 in dash. See JB4 firmware notes for additional details and directions.
I take it I have to reconnect everything

Sorry dunno what's going on with posts

Perhaps only the black needs to go back?

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Default 03-03-2016, 11:46 AM

When using v32.2 option 4, then the white subconnector only, is put back to stock.


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Default 03-03-2016, 11:47 AM

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When using v32.2 option 4, then the white subconnector only, is put back to stock.

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Default 04-21-2016, 11:18 AM

In the notes on 4/4, I see this:

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The target is always equal to the flash boost target but the JB4 runs the actual wastegate control.
That is exactly what I want. Utilize the tune I have for all targets (boost/fuel/timing) but let JB4 do the actual wastegate controlling. However, earlier in the thread you mention this:

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Assuming you zero out the JB4 AFR column you'll get the JB4 boost target on top of whatever timing and fuel ratios are mapped out in your flash for that boost target. Unless, the JB4 boost target exceeds your flash boost target, in which case the flash targets will clamp.
Can you help clarify which it is? It sounds like we still need to zero out all the AFR / Duty Bias values and set to Map 1 in mode 4/4 for the flash to do the tuning? - I was expecting this mode would ignore them.

Again, what I'm looking to achieve is the following: The target is always equal to the flash boost target but the JB4 runs the actual wastegate control.
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Default 04-21-2016, 11:51 AM

The thread is very old and spans several JB4 firmware iterations. Running mode 4/4 is what you want.


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Default 04-21-2016, 12:10 PM

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The thread is very old and spans several JB4 firmware iterations. Running mode 4/4 is what you want.
Figured as much, thanks for the quick response. So 4/4 it is. No need to set AFR / Duty to 0 in the User Adjustments since it will act as Map 4 (bypass) anyway, correct?

Awesome that you keep improving this based on user request/needs, BTW.
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Default 04-21-2016, 10:03 PM

Duty bias values are still used, if the white subconnector is left in place. So set all to 0 or custom tune as needed for your application.


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Default 08-30-2016, 02:00 PM

I have read all the posts but i'm little confused.

So i want to run MHD maps (stage 2 and e40 maps).

What sould i do? Remove the white conector or run 4/3 or 4/4?

I'm using latest jb4 firmwere 32.5.

I have tried e40 map in jb4 map 0 and it didn't work.

The only thing that i want is to run mhd maps and switch to jb4 whenever i want and i don't wanna open the dme all the times.

Can someone help me in the best option.


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Default 08-31-2016, 02:46 AM

OK to be clear jb4 for gauges only white connector back to to stock, 4/4 then which map do I keep it in map 4?

If wanting to use jb4 for boost control with mhd map, white connector back to jb4, option 4/4 and what map 4? This will clear a lot of questions up for myself and others
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Default 08-31-2016, 03:55 PM

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I have read all the posts but i'm little confused.

So i want to run MHD maps (stage 2 and e40 maps).

What sould i do? Remove the white conector or run 4/3 or 4/4?

I'm using latest jb4 firmwere 32.5.

I have tried e40 map in jb4 map 0 and it didn't work.

The only thing that i want is to run mhd maps and switch to jb4 whenever i want and i don't wanna open the dme all the times.

Can someone help me in the best option.


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I want to do the same thing. Run the v7 E85 25% map and then use jb4 for gauges and boost. What's the map to use?!


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Default 08-31-2016, 03:59 PM

With mode 4/4 and white subconnector removed on JB4, all maps are identical and equal to the flash map. So map1 is fine.


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Default 08-31-2016, 05:06 PM

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With mode 4/4 and white subconnector removed on JB4, all maps are identical and equal to the flash map. So map1 is fine.
Is it possible to do the same without disconnecting the white subconnector? Ie flash MHD map e85 25% and then run map 0 or 4, or 5?
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Is it possible to do the same without disconnecting the white subconnector? Ie flash MHD map e85 25% and then run map 0 or 4, or 5?
Thanks Terry and sorry if this is a stupid question.
Yes, use option 4/2

No different than a back end flash



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Default 08-31-2016, 05:18 PM

4/2 is for back end maps if u wanna run mhds e25 map without touching the connectors u put it in 4/4 but the jb4 will still control the boost. But u will be on the mhd flash. To run the mhd e85 backend map then use 4/2


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4/2 is for back end maps if u wanna run mhds e25 map without touching the connectors u put it in 4/4 but the jb4 will still control the boost. But u will be on the mhd flash. To run the mhd e85 backend map then use 4/2
He wants to use boost profiles from maps 0,4 and 5 with the mhd e25 flash. This is no different than using the back end flashes from bms. Just a different vender. 4/2 is the correct option he's looking for



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Default 08-31-2016, 06:44 PM

So I can run a mhd map say e40 map with jb4 on 4/2 and choose the boost profile to? How long does it take to switch from bef map to mhd map still 2min?


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Default 08-31-2016, 07:48 PM

No.

If you are going to use a JB4 map then you need the JB4 BEF and mode 4/2.


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Default 09-01-2016, 01:35 AM

I'll just stick to what u told me previously. Anyone know if it just takes 2 min to switch from bef. To a mhd map or is it a full write again. If it's a full write I'll probably just stay with the bef

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Mine took 2 mins. Hook it up and see what the wrote time is



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Default 09-01-2016, 06:13 AM

Thanks, one more question is the burble option safe I hear it's OK then I hear it causes issues


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Default 09-01-2016, 09:20 AM

Still getting confused.

i'll be more direct.

If i flash MHD e40 map and use option 4/4 with white subconnector pluged in, I can run with jB4 active in any map because jb4 will target what dme demands to, CORRECT?

Now if i want to let the dme alone to control everething the white subconnector must go out, CORRECT?


Sorry for asking again but English is not my native language and i don't want to make a wrong interpretation.


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Correct marcos, if u try it before I do post what u think in a new thread


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