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Has anyone tried Andy Android Emulator for Pc and Mac? For flashing with MHD?
Don't think it works. There was a post a while back where someone tried AMIDuOS with no luck.


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Default 04-23-2016, 09:03 AM

Forgive me if this question has been asked in one of the past 98 pages, I have *** and a fmic and also running stage 2 93 oct on a z435. if i were to put in some e85 , do i have to use the e85 tune until i refill again with 93oct, and then flash back to stage 2 93 oct and re flash to the e85 tune any time i add e85? or is there some ability for the ecu to adjust on its own? Sorry if this is a stupid question, I am new to the e85 scene.
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Default 04-23-2016, 09:29 AM

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Forgive me if this question has been asked in one of the past 98 pages, I have *** and a fmic and also running stage 2 93 oct on a z435. if i were to put in some e85 , do i have to use the e85 tune until i refill again with 93oct, and then flash back to stage 2 93 oct and re flash to the e85 tune any time i add e85? or is there some ability for the ecu to adjust on its own? Sorry if this is a stupid question, I am new to the e85 scene.
You can run up to 30% E85 with the pump flash and stock LPFP. This info is listed on the first page of this thread.


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You can run up to 30% E85 with the pump flash and stock LPFP. This info is listed on the first page of this thread.
Thank you for the quick response, I did read the first page but must have over looked that specific information. Again i appreciate the help.
I noticed a lot of info was pertaining to the MHD flasher with the JB4 backend, I should mention I do not have the JB4 backend, I only used the MHD flasher.

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Thank you for the quick response, I did read the first page but must have over looked that specific information. Again i appreciate the help.
I noticed a lot of info was pertaining to the MHD flasher with the JB4 backend, I should mention I do not have the JB4 backend, I only used the MHD flasher.
You can always run the MHD E40 E85 map with up to 40% E85. If you are below 40% E85 in your tank just don't go WOT and you should be okay. This will give you a nice bump in power.


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Default 04-23-2016, 11:39 AM

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You can run up to 30% E85 with the pump flash and stock LPFP. This info is listed on the first page of this thread.
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You can always run the MHD E40 E85 map with up to 40% E85. If you are below 40% E85 in your tank just don't go WOT and you should be okay. This will give you a nice bump in power.
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Default 04-23-2016, 01:40 PM

I think he means over e40 for the e85 bef


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Yayyy, she's alive..! 6 new mosfets, 6 new coils, wiped errors in inpa, flashed v5 stage 1 93, and I'm happy to say we're back in business..!
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Default 04-24-2016, 07:57 AM

So I tried the regular e85 flash and it would flatline ALOT after every shift. So loaded the e85 KR flash and HOLY KR the timing is perfect after every shift. I posted couple gear 3-4-5 logs in support section if you want to take a look. Very happy how this flash performs!


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Default 04-24-2016, 10:20 AM

On the 4bar 2ABD starup fault I think the issue is with the conversion on the JB4 end at certain elevations. If anyone can easily recreate the issue and has time to test a fix email a short CSV file from idle, and I'll send a JB4 firmware to test. Thanks.

For flash only guys, I suspect the 2ABD flash only issue is with the lower end of your map conversion value. You might need a TMAP MIN voltage table added also.


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Default 04-24-2016, 10:53 AM

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So I tried the regular e85 flash and it would flatline ALOT after every shift. So loaded the e85 KR flash and HOLY KR the timing is perfect after every shift. I posted couple gear 3-4-5 logs in support section if you want to take a look. Very happy how this flash performs!
The KR maps are the game changer assuming octane is up to par. And you'll still get plenty of knock on them if needed. Like this run on E50+meth, stock turbos.



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Default 04-24-2016, 11:58 AM

@terry is there any movement on mhd for kr map options or will.u just post up kr pump and race maps?


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Default 04-24-2016, 12:34 PM

Only the KR maps posted are available. I've been pestering MHD to add a JB4 KR flash time option which would let you toggle it for any map. Maybe if more of you guys pester him it will get done.


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Default 04-24-2016, 04:47 PM

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So I tried the regular e85 flash and it would flatline ALOT after every shift. So loaded the e85 KR flash and HOLY KR the timing is perfect after every shift. I posted couple gear 3-4-5 logs in support section if you want to take a look. Very happy how this flash performs!
Here are the logs from the KR flash on e60. I see no timing pulls here due to knock. Am I correct? But why the throttle closures between shifts?
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If you're running a map6 then dialing in the duty bias curve is on you. Timing looks OK to me. Some drops but nothing major. With the KR map major knock still results in major drops.


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Quick question for you guys. I flashed the ecu on my 08 535 bone stock , flashed with stage 1 93 0ct, took it for a ride didn't really pull and got the dreaded charge air too low dme fault, went through the whole intake side vacuum pulled everything out , inspected charge pipe as well as all the vacuum lines, did t really find anything, retightned everything, mind you this was the third time now that I've gone though the vacuum system , this time I decided to reset the vanos sensor through mhd. Took it out and pulled like a horse on a couple runs. Parked it after hour or so took it back out got the same 30ff. Now the only thing I did different last time was reset the vanos, so my question is, would a faulty vanos sensor cause the 30ff code? I know it could be the turbos , but want to try everything else before I go that expensive route. Thanks in advance for the feedback
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Default 04-24-2016, 05:18 PM

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If you're running a map6 then dialing in the duty bias curve is on you. Timing looks OK to me. Some drops but nothing major. With the KR map major knock still results in major drops.
Yes map6 and my duty bias are all set to 0. FF is 118. I thought on new firmwares it auto adjusts? Am I wrong? CSV files attached.
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^im curous about this as well.


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Default 04-24-2016, 06:49 PM

Why so many timing corrections if im on 93 pump and a 93 tune..?? This was after several back to back pulls hense the high iat and lack of aftermarket intercooler..

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Default 04-24-2016, 08:22 PM

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Yes map6 and my duty bias are all set to 0. FF is 118. I thought on new firmwares it auto adjusts? Am I wrong? CSV files attached.
If you're going to make your own map 6 you're going to have to make your own dutybias curve to match whatever values you've entered. There is a thread on duty bias tuning on this forum which is a good starting point.


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Was wondering if ST firmware will ever be able to auto learn at some point?


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Single turbo firmware has fuel trim and wastegate adaption. Having it auto tune boost to octane is a much riskier proposition compared to OEM or even hybrid turbos. It's something we're kicking around, though.


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Ok T, all of your developments are amazing and ST auto tune would be great for people like me who are tuning illiterate. But if it can't be done or is too dangerous, i understand. Always looking forward to your innovative developments.


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how noticeable is the increase from 91oct stage 1 to stage 1+fmic?
You can try yourself as it came for free in the stg1 pack. FMIC is a recommendation for the more aggressive map.

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where are these setting in the app? i would like the raised idle but i cannot find it. do we need the full flashing app to change these settings or do they appear after the BEF is loaded....sorry if this has been covered.
Before flashing, there is an options button just below.

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I might have skipped over it ,but I think I read it somewhere, but I'll ask to be on the safe side, I have the jb+ in my 535 right now, but just downloaded the MHD app, and ordered the cables. Will I be able to keep the jb+ on the car with a mhd flash?
The jb+ will bias and run more boost than intended by each map. Better run flash only.
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Default 04-25-2016, 08:50 AM

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Only the KR maps posted are available. I've been pestering MHD to add a JB4 KR flash time option which would let you toggle it for any map. Maybe if more of you guys pester him it will get done.
I hear you on that and as discussed by email the trans option. Will be back to business next week after a much needed 2 weeks break.

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Now the only thing I did different last time was reset the vanos, so my question is, would a faulty vanos sensor cause the 30ff code? I know it could be the turbos , but want to try everything else before I go that expensive route. Thanks in advance for the feedback
You should get a VANOS error code along 30ff if this is the culprit. Did you pull some logs?
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