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Default 05-16-2019, 10:29 AM

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Log looks really clean. You view them in the windows JB4 interface.
Excellent! Time for Map5?


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Default 05-16-2019, 03:02 PM

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No i highly doubt there is anything wrong. Install is easy and straightforward. No hiccups, no cel, its just not a MASSIVE power difference at all. I will post up a log later
Turn it back to map0 and try to accelerate.
You will feel that your car is super slow.
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Default 05-16-2019, 09:17 PM

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Excellent! Time for Map5?
Go for it!


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Default 05-17-2019, 08:47 AM

these are two logs terry. one from a 3rd gear pull and also one from a launch. I am 2019 gt rwd on map 3 e30 blend.
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Default 05-17-2019, 08:52 AM

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these are two logs terry. one from a 3rd gear pull and also one from a launch. I am 2019 gt rwd on map 3 e30 blend.
Seems fine to me, any issues on your end?


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Default 05-17-2019, 09:10 AM

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Seems fine to me, any issues on your end?
I mean issues no....power wise doesnt feel much different from stock. Everyone talking about how big of a difference it is i am just confused. Throttle response is very veru delayed
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Default 05-17-2019, 09:33 AM

Grab a similar log on map0 so I can see what the boost/timing difference is.


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I mean issues no....power wise doesnt feel much different from stock. Everyone talking about how big of a difference it is i am just confused. Throttle response is very veru delayed
You hit 17PSI.....that is WAY more than stock. There is no way you are not getting substantially more power. I think your expectations are just out of line. Mods like these arent going to turn your car into a 10s car alone....


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My jb4 is working great definitely better than stock I hear everyone talking about e85 mix can someone explain the risks and benefits.and can dealership tell if u have been using mix
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My jb4 is working great definitely better than stock I hear everyone talking about e85 mix can someone explain the risks and benefits.and can dealership tell if u have been using mix
You will probably get mixed info here, but in general, E85 is not good for your engine. It is very corrosive, and this engine is not designed for it. For that reason I would NOT regularly run high amounts of E85. Adding some to your tank for a day at the track is one thing....but using it on a very regular basis is another. I wouldnt do it....

The solution that I am contemplating is using a high end fuel additive instead of the E85. There is a product called ACES IV-P that is a fuel treatment with added lubricants and octane booster which will raise 93 up a fair amount, and have a cooling effect because of the added lubricity of the top end. This has an "octane effect" as well. Its not cheap, but I think its a far better option than running E85 consistently Or the better and FAR more expensive option of running race fuel.


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Default 05-20-2019, 06:46 AM

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You will probably get mixed info here, but in general, E85 is not good for your engine. It is very corrosive, and this engine is not designed for it. For that reason I would NOT regularly run high amounts of E85. Adding some to your tank for a day at the track is one thing....but using it on a very regular basis is another. I wouldnt do it....

The solution that I am contemplating is using a high end fuel additive instead of the E85. There is a product called ACES IV-P that is a fuel treatment with added lubricants and octane booster which will raise 93 up a fair amount, and have a cooling effect because of the added lubricity of the top end. This has an "octane effect" as well. Its not cheap, but I think its a far better option than running E85 consistently Or the better and FAR more expensive option of running race fuel.
I use BOOSTane Professional. Fantastic product. I add enough to my 93 gas to get to 99 octane.

For the G70...essentially I add 1/2 ounce of BOOSTane Pro to 1 gallon of 93. So a full tank (~16 gallons) would take 8 oz of the booster. The Pro container is at 32 ounces...so one bottle is good for 4 full tanks.


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I use BOOSTane Professional. Fantastic product. I add enough to my 93 gas to get to 99 octane.

For the G70...essentially I add 1/2 ounce of BOOSTane Pro to 1 gallon of 93. So a full tank (~16 gallons) would take 8 oz of the booster. The Pro container is at 32 ounces...so one bottle is good for 4 full tanks.
The problem with those octane boosters is most if not all of them containe MMT. MMT will build up on your plugs and cause you issues. ACES IV does not do that, AND it replaces the lubrication that is lost since we no longer have leaded gas, so it greatly reduces upper cylinder Bore/valve wear. Normal boosters do not do that either....


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Default 05-20-2019, 07:32 AM

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The problem with those octane boosters is most if not all of them containe MMT. MMT will build up on your plugs and cause you issues. ACES IV does not do that, AND it replaces the lubrication that is lost since we no longer have leaded gas, so it greatly reduces upper cylinder Bore/valve wear. Normal boosters do not do that either....
Not true. Please read up on BOOSTane Professional prior to posting.

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Default 05-20-2019, 08:16 AM

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Not true. Please read up on BOOSTane Professional prior to posting.

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All Boostane has MMT. Professional has more than Premium.
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^ Read up on the way BOOStane suspends MMT, etc here. Start at post #43 and read on to your liking. You will see how good of a product it is...

Boostane vs Torco test results - Page 3 - CorvetteForum - Chevrolet Corvette Forum Discussion


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Default 05-20-2019, 08:26 AM

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My jb4 is working great definitely better than stock I hear everyone talking about e85 mix can someone explain the risks and benefits.and can dealership tell if u have been using mix
If you have easy E85 access no drawbacks.. Just mix in 5 gallons, rest pump, and enjoy a lot more octane for cheap.


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I appreciate all the info I am definitely new to the high performance world but so far I am having a lot of fun putting parts on car and seeing performance gains��
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Default 05-21-2019, 01:31 PM

Quick question for you guys/Terry. I'm currently running a JB4 w/fuel wires (map5), intakes, secondary down-pipe, and muffler delete. I was hoping to install primary down-pipe such as the link below. I know in the past people have had issues with running into limp mode among other issues with the added flow. Would the JB4 resolve these issues? Thank you for the help!

https://www.khartunerz.com/NGT-Perfo...ry_p_4164.html


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Not a fan of primary ** deletes for various reasons. May work fine may not work, it's a mixed bag I think.


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Not a fan of primary ** deletes for various reasons. May work fine may not work, it's a mixed bag I think.
Thank you for the insight, Terry. I certainly don't want to base a purchase on a maybe and that is why I asked.

Jb4 and the car have run without issues btw. Thanks for a great product, it certainly brings the Stinger to life


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Default 05-22-2019, 02:22 PM

It sounds like the latest JB4 controller for the 3.3T (Stinger/G70) already has the fuel wires preinstalled now (into the wiring harness I'd assume?). Does a person still have the need to pierce the wires on the left and right side of the car for the red wires? Or is it all now integrated and plug and play which means no need to pierce those red wires for the fuel wires??

If the above scenario is true, can the previous JB4 controllers be upgraded to the newer design that incorporates the fuel wires in it? Basically my goal would be to get the simple plug and play of the new controller without having to run those fuel wires or piercing any wires (but obviously getting the benefit of the same functionality built into the new wiring harness).

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Default 05-22-2019, 04:04 PM

Can you take a look at my map 2 log? I installed the JB4 last night with M45iL plugs gaped at 0.22. I just ordered the Denso 5346 plugs and will probably run those instead. Im at about 6200' elevation if that makes a difference. Also, using 91 octane w/ booster to 94 octane.

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Default 05-22-2019, 04:09 PM

Hey Terry. Any update on the work Fuelit was doing on the car?
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