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Default 11-10-2018, 09:40 PM

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It's a PDF. A log is a CSV file.


so my rear o2 sensors aren't in the right place.. thats a known. further than that... I'm lost.
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Default 11-11-2018, 11:56 AM

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so my rear o2 sensors aren't in the right place.. thats a known. further than that... I'm lost.
On my bank 1? Header there is a rear port and a front port, the rear port is close to the port for the bank 2 side of the header and where exhaust would merge closest between the two seemed like the most appropriate spot to put the o2. My rear 02s are in the stupidest imaginable spot (facing down) and I would like to just remove the darn things altogether. Itís my understanding that a number of people actually do and have no ill effect. Itís also been stated that having the rear (post ***) o2s in will mess with readings and peg your A/F to 20 on a ST setup. That, or my o2s are dead (they shouldnít be- they worked fine on a FBO twin setup and read right.

Any input on settings from my map1 CSV file? I feel like Iím running lean and donít want to go to 2 yet to log until I get some input


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Default Which BEF - 11-23-2018, 09:40 PM

How much e85 can I run on the ST.bin ? Or is it possible to run small mixtures of e85 on the BEF ST.E85bin?
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Default 11-23-2018, 10:09 PM

For E40 the E85, for E20 the normal ST. On my to-do list is a better auto tuning single turbo E85 map using the new MHD flex fuel logic in the BEF.


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Default 11-23-2018, 10:10 PM

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I am just about finished with my Doc race 6026 set up. I am running the ST Backend flash. I want to take some logs to have other eyes check for variables. How and where do I post? thanks
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Default 12-06-2018, 09:17 AM

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Just had my DOC 6466, DOC intake manifold with PI, PR ignition kit, Stage3 pump, clutch, LSD, etc, etc installed. Trying to run some logs on 93 pump gas just to work out the kinks.

Just a FYI, I'm just running the waste gate springs (14psi) on map 1 to break this clutch in.

Also.......why would the target boost be so low?

Added a map 3 run (the second one) and still only hitting WG spring target (15psi)
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Just had my DOC 6466, DOC intake manifold with PI, PR ignition kit, Stage3 pump, clutch, LSD, etc, etc installed. Trying to run some logs on 93 pump gas just to work out the kinks.

Just a FYI, I'm just running the waste gate springs (14psi) on map 1 to break this clutch in.

Also.......why would the target boost be so low?

Added a map 3 run (the second one) and still only hitting WG spring target (15psi)
......anyone?
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Default 12-11-2018, 03:07 PM

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......anyone?
You have a 3rd gear boost limit at 2. Change it back to 0 and get another log on map 2.


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Default 12-11-2018, 03:14 PM

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You have a 3rd gear boost limit at 2. Change it back to 0 and get another log on map 2.
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Thanks a bunch!! I'll correct and get some logs.

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Default 12-11-2018, 04:39 PM

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Payam-

Thanks a bunch!! I'll correct and get some logs.
You can email me if you'd like. I think I already got some of them forwarded to me. Gertlmj sound familiar to you?

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Default 12-11-2018, 04:52 PM

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You can email me if you'd like. I think I already got some of them forwarded to me. Gertlmj sound familiar to you?

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That's it. Awesome and tell Mike thanks as well. I'm sure that will help a bunch if somehow that got set to 3psi by accident. Looked at logs and as soon as I shifted to 4th target boost was normal on those logs. Ill change it ASAP and email you with the results. Again guys, awesome support!!
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Default 12-18-2018, 11:08 AM

Hi, after updating my jb4 to the latest st firmware, my gauges hijack at ~20% throttle. Is there a fix for this? I've tried disabling and re enabling, and it still does it. I've tried emailing bms to no prevail. Whoever i talked to actually completely disregarded my question and just told me that the jb4 should not hijack until >50%. It worked properly before the st firmware..

Also, is there a way to delete the rear o2's, since they're clearly not needed with a st setup?


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Hi, after updating my jb4 to the latest st firmware, my gauges hijack at ~20% throttle. Is there a fix for this? I've tried disabling and re enabling, and it still does it. I've tried emailing bms to no prevail. Whoever i talked to actually completely disregarded my question and just told me that the jb4 should not hijack until >50%. It worked properly before the st firmware..

Also, is there a way to delete the rear o2's, since they're clearly not needed with a st setup?
Do you have a pedal tuner or have you adjusted your pedal sensitivity? That's the only thing I can think of.

Rear O2 is in the flash.


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Default 12-18-2018, 12:36 PM

No sir, no pedal tuner, and using the as posted st bef, pump and e85. I'm not using the thr maps either.

I didn't see anything for the rear o2, but i will check again


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Any recent developments on the bank to bank trim variations over time?

It's a very minor gripe as I've only had to deal with it a few times, but I felt like sharing for the sake of discussion. Keep in mind I usually drive my car for 90 minutes at a clip, rarely less. I always preface a drive by pressing the ignition button, allowing the pumps to prime and to allow the adaptions to reset as designed by the JB4 to avoid this very problem, before firing the car up.

Back over the Thanksgiving holiday, I took a trip from Asheville, NC to Savannah, GA and back in the 1er -- about 4.5 hours one way. About 4 hours into the trip, I notice the car slightly misfiring, check the JB4 mobile app and see that my bank 1 trims are not anywhere in line with bank 2. As soon as I delete codes the car clears up for another 60 seconds or so before it reappears. I eventually got off an exit, cut the car off, reset adaptations, and things were gravy again. A few days later when I was leaving, about 30 minutes into the trip back home, same thing. Another 30 minutes of driving, and happened again. Eventually the trim variation stopped, and I had no other issues once I arrived back home, so I chalked it up to elevation difference. Asheville is 2,134FT while Savannah is on the coast.

Fast forward to today. I leave my house and immediately hit a 45 minute traffic jam, finally get out of it and drive another 1.5 hours straight. At the tail end of the drive, once again trims separate and cause the same issue as before.

Is this just the nature of running a single turbo? Usually not a huge deal as my normal commute is under the threshold of this separation taking affect, but thought I'd ask!


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I just got 2c9f code.
run with jb4 bef pump.bin on mhd thread.
already pin 19&20 out from black sub connector.
should I revise that jb4 bef pump.bin to remove that code??
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AFR difference between bank 1 and bank 2 .
after push gas pedal and relese gas pedal , the bank 1 is too late back to IDLE(14~15) from 20
what's the problem on this log???

any idea??
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Question Single turbo Start up then dies - 01-05-2019, 10:49 PM

Hey Terry. I decided to try and do my first start up today on my ST Set up. I uploaded the firmware for the Mac solenoid (T5 hex). Then I did the STPumpBIN BEF. I started up the car 3 times. Each time it runs for 30 seconds and shuts down and then the fan runs on a high speed.

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2ABD Intake pressure sensor, re-running
2b2c
29F1 Fuel pressure, plausibility

Any help would be great? I am wondering if there is anything I have to do since I installed the BMS 3.5bar Tmap sensor? Also all of my DUTY BIAS are set to 50 and Default Wastegate Pos at 75.

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Hey Terry. I decided to try and do my first start up today on my ST Set up. I uploaded the firmware for the Mac solenoid (T5 hex). Then I did the STPumpBIN BEF. I started up the car 3 times. Each time it runs for 30 seconds and shuts down and then the fan runs on a high speed.

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2ABD Intake pressure sensor, re-running
2b2c
29F1 Fuel pressure, plausibility

Any help would be great? I am wondering if there is anything I have to do since I installed the BMS 3.5bar Tmap sensor? Also all of my DUTY BIAS are set to 50 and Default Wastegate Pos at 75.

Thank you for reading, Will
You have to change your JB4 settings if you installed a 3.5bar sensor
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AFR difference between bank 1 and bank 2 .
after push gas pedal and relese gas pedal , the bank 1 is too late back to IDLE(14~15) from 20
what's the problem on this log???

any idea??
While coasting your AFRS are going to be between 14-15 that's typical, when you let off the throttle it will go to 20 that's normal. Next time actually do a third gear pull all the way to redlne that way you can see if you ACTUALLY have an issue.
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Default Tmap sensor settings - 01-06-2019, 11:40 AM

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You have to change your JB4 settings if you installed a 3.5bar sensor
Ok. What settings do I need to change though? Any idea? I can't find any threads on this yet. I will continue searching!
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Ok. What settings do I need to change though? Any idea? I can't find any threads on this yet. I will continue searching!
Right under future use D function, there is a setting you change to 1
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This thread is fine for single turbos, it's a small enough community.

This is my first start up with my ST. There is a loud squealing noise and the car dies after about a minute. It also runs very rich! I am also getting 29F1 & 2B2C codes. But my fuel pump seems fine on both ends. Stage 3 LPFP by the way.


In my Duty Bias I put everything to 50, but what should I put for

*Default Wastegate Position - ?
*PID Gain - ?
* FF/Wastegate Adaptation - 75
* Fuel Open Loop - ?

Do I just leave them to 0? Or?

Also, as I connect to the jb4 bluetooth it shows a message that it is putting it into safety mode.

Any ideas with what to do next would be awesome!
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This is my first start up with my ST. There is a loud squealing noise and the car dies after about a minute. It also runs very rich! I am also getting 29F1 & 2B2C codes. But my fuel pump seems fine on both ends. Stage 3 LPFP by the way.


In my Duty Bias I put everything to 50, but what should I put for

*Default Wastegate Position - ?
*PID Gain - ?
* FF/Wastegate Adaptation - 75
* Fuel Open Loop - ?

Do I just leave them to 0? Or?

Also, as I connect to the jb4 bluetooth it shows a message that it is putting it into safety mode.

Any ideas with what to do next would be awesome!
Replied to your email.

Did you do uncheck the MHD 3.5 bar and reflash the car?

Duty bias to 50 across the board
DWP to 60
FF to 20
FOL to 50
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