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Default 09-25-2013, 07:34 PM

Should work well but be sure to grab some logs if it doesn't.


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Default 09-25-2013, 07:39 PM

Terry, is the iso 27 file i got a couple das ago from this thread the same as the iso 27.1 file in the g5 thread?


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Default 09-25-2013, 07:40 PM

If it says 27_1 it's the same file.


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Default 09-25-2013, 07:44 PM

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If it says 27_1 it's the same file.
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Default 09-25-2013, 07:53 PM

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Should work well but be sure to grab some logs if it doesn't.
That should be no problem. I plan on spending my lunch break logging tomorrow to get ready for the dyno this weekend.




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Feedback

On cold start the WG's did not make as much noise moving around and setting themselves so that was something. I added the intank e85 pump as well and was logging awesome numbers and the car felt brand new. After three pulls things were looking good, then I took a right turn. Fuse is blowing and the joints are soldered, staggered, and sleeved.

Anything that this ISO changed that could be causing this? I doubt that is the case but I thought I would ask or at least provide the input. I started a thread about this so as not to clog this one but I thought I would check.
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Default Throwing Codes on Map 0 Start - 09-25-2013, 09:27 PM

Uploaded 27.1 this morning. Seemed a lot smoother low throttle on Map 1 compared to 26.6 Map 1, which was a bit "jumpy" on my car (no mods other than jb4, dci, sat flash). But when I went back to map 0, it kept throwing codes right after startup (2D2E / 2ABD first and then just repeated 2ABDs). No driving or anything. I could not get the codes to show up on Map 1 starts.
I reloaded iso 25 and did not get any codes on Map 0 starts.

Does this make any sense? Isn't Map 0 the same for all versions?

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I have ISO19 right now. If I load the ISO27.... will I notice a big different from my car? I mean thats like a big gap in between updates. My car is running fine currently with ISO19. What's your thought?
Iso 19 was really good. I definitely wouldn't go 19 to 26, but 19 to 27 could be worth it if you're flashed.


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Default 09-25-2013, 10:42 PM

Firmware is great, but is anyone else losing timing on the midrange at WOT? I never lose timing there but I am getting dips down to 5 degrees or so. AFR looks kind of high.


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Firmware is great, but is anyone else losing timing on the midrange at WOT? I never lose timing there but I am getting dips down to 5 degrees or so. AFR looks kind of high.
I saw some midrange timing pull on my way to work this morning,not sure if I got some poor quality fuel or what, will post up logs when I get home.
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Uploaded 27.1 this morning. Seemed a lot smoother low throttle on Map 1 compared to 26.6 Map 1, which was a bit "jumpy" on my car (no mods other than jb4, dci, sat flash). But when I went back to map 0, it kept throwing codes right after startup (2D2E / 2ABD first and then just repeated 2ABDs). No driving or anything. I could not get the codes to show up on Map 1 starts.
I reloaded iso 25 and did not get any codes on Map 0 starts.

Does this make any sense? Isn't Map 0 the same for all versions?
I did some testing here on map 0 and didn't have any issues. Perhaps there is some other issue going on with your car. Send a log of the map 0 startup triggering the code and I can check a few things.


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I have not had a chance to do logs. Cops everywhere lastnight and this morning. updated to 27.1 on both 335i my and my cousins. His was going to "reduce power, limp mode" and would go away after restarting the car. My car does the same thing when i put the wastage position to 400rpm. If i put it on 1000 rpm+ its fine.
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I have not had a chance to do logs. Cops everywhere lastnight and this morning. updated to 27.1 on both 335i my and my cousins. His was going to "reduce power, limp mode" and would go away after restarting the car. My car does the same thing when i put the wastage position to 400rpm. If i put it on 1000 rpm+ its fine.
Any time you get a code first thing to do is to read it. And then do a log if its repeatable. The only code DWP could cause would be a 30FF code if your car is so slow to build boost after your setting changes the DME thinks it has a boost leak.


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Default 09-26-2013, 09:41 AM

his codes were
30fe Boost over target
3100 low boost mode engaged CEL displayed

my codes are 30FF Boost under target -- possible boost leak.
will do some logs later this after.
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Default 09-26-2013, 09:46 AM

30FE is normally the result of diodes not cut on the board or stuck wastegates. Better log his ASAP as 30FE can be a dangerous proposition.

For 30FF, it means boost is below target. So you need to adjust the settings such that boost gets up to target sooner or add the flash that blocks the 30FF code all together if you need to run the lazy spool settings to mask rattle, etc.


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30FE is normally the result of diodes not cut on the board or stuck wastegates. Better log his ASAP as 30FE can be a dangerous proposition.

For 30FF, it means boost is below target. So you need to adjust the settings such that boost gets up to target sooner or add the flash that blocks the 30FF code all together if you need to run the lazy spool settings to mask rattle, etc.
He was running iso 19 and bough his jb4 when it came with iso19 so i assume his diodes were cut already at purchase. I reset it for him we are going to see if it is going to come back.

30FF on my car and the limp mode is when im on low settings of menu 10. if i put it on 400 rpm the car feels bad on acceleration super leggy not enough power. if i put in on 1000rpm its much better. i cleared my codes also im going to drive it and get on it again and log it while its at 1000rpm see if i get issues like that.
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30FE is normally the result of diodes not cut on the board or stuck wastegates. Better log his ASAP as 30FE can be a dangerous proposition.

For 30FF, it means boost is below target. So you need to adjust the settings such that boost gets up to target sooner or add the flash that blocks the 30FF code all together if you need to run the lazy spool settings to mask rattle, etc.
i attached a copy of his settings before we upgraded him to the iso27. I think it was on iso 19 but you can tell me for sure.
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Default 09-26-2013, 09:59 AM

lol 10/01/12 firmware is a non ISO board. Cut his diodes and then update his settings before he breaks something.


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lol 10/01/12 firmware is a non ISO board. Cut his diodes before he breaks something.
WHAT?!!!!**** okay will try that on his later tonight im having him turn off the JB4 till we do that.

Now i guess for myn 30FF Boost under target -- possible boost leak

reset the codes and stay on 1000 rpm menu 10 then if i get that code again then something is wrong with the car ? anyways ill do a log as im driving back to the house and email it to you.
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If you need personal assistance from me email in a log. Ideally of the issue coming up.


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If you need personal assistance from me email in a log. Ideally of the issue coming up.
I know man. You rock which is why i keep buying stuff from you

Wish i can figure out why it acts weird on 400rpm in map 2 . its fine in map 0. i like the 0 rattle. Anyways i guess we can play with the rattle settings later. ill send some logs first on 1000 rpm and we go from there.
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Well, low RPM throttle definitely seems smoother.

On a side note, I think one of my fuel pumps died. LFP is dropping below 40 psi and the HPFP is also taking a huge dive. Also got the injector switchoff code. None of this is related to the update, though. I got the code twice before even uploading the new Hex, but today was the first time I caught it on a log. Car runs fine, otherwise. I hope I can get it fixed before Saturday!




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He was running iso 19 and bough his jb4 when it came with iso19 so i assume his diodes were cut already at purchase. I reset it for him we are going to see if it is going to come back.

30FF on my car and the limp mode is when im on low settings of menu 10. if i put it on 400 rpm the car feels bad on acceleration super leggy not enough power. if i put in on 1000rpm its much better. i cleared my codes also im going to drive it and get on it again and log it while its at 1000rpm see if i get issues like that.
Okay so i logged my buddies car and its hitting 23 psi almost target like 14.5 so now i defiantly think the diodes needs to be cut. i had to do a full run from 1-4th gear on WOT for the check engine light to come on and i sas in the log everything looks FED up.
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Yikes why would you even do a run like that? Just takes a moment to scrap a piston!


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Default 09-26-2013, 06:05 PM

it was my first time driving his car in months since he ggot the JB4 didnt know it would go that high. We just got a usb cable put in there so this was the first log ever. Anyways driving it on map 0 until we cant take off the diodes. His car is underwarranty so he didnt care. Only has 15k on it lol.

Terry i sent you an email with a bunch of logs on different settings. Im no longer getting the boost under target anymore as of right now at least. but when i do put the WG on 400rpm it feels to jumpy. i did some logs on 8 15 and 25 and sent them to you. Also here are 2 logs i did towards the end if you guys want to give me some feed back.
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