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Default 02-22-2019, 12:34 PM

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We have a local Si we'll be dyno testing in a week or two, to better evaluate the differences.
Hell yeah! I can't wait to see the numbers you hit!


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Default 02-23-2019, 12:00 PM

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Perhaps I need to wrap the MAF housing itself with some gold tape to further help intake temps.
Pure speculation, but I just had a thought... since these cars use a reciprocating bypass valve instead of a VTA BOV, could the air that's been heated by the turbo but then gets shot back into the intake between shifts cause the MAF to get hot?

If this is the case, then I'd have no idea how to combat it. Of course, an intercooler upgrade would help. You'd think a VTA BOV would too, but of course that's a bad mod since we're MAF and venting metered air results in rich conditions.


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Default 02-23-2019, 05:30 PM

Couple logs from our CVT today on E30. Map5 and Map7.
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New personal best this morning, 102mph traps!
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Default 02-27-2019, 10:15 AM

Ok now your just showing off.

question regarding firmware 5, I got the longer cable, it reaches but I don't like how it routes over the top of the engine so this weekend when I get more time I'll try going through a grommet to see if it routes better, with out the cable in would maps 1 and 2 still work with out changing the user settings?
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Default 02-27-2019, 10:40 AM

Yes they will work without OBDII just not as smoothly as CANbus allows.


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Default 03-01-2019, 08:47 AM

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Was able to hit the dyno today with a 2018 Honda Civic TypeR for a little JB4 tuning. Test car is 100% stock with around 12k miles on it. Running 91 octane pump gas.

After a lot of tuning the best results were found running around 4psi over stock down low and around 3psi over stock up top. Gains on map1 were around 30whp and 50wtq.

We played around with higher boost levels and while power went up a bit the data showed the engine wasn't as happy. Next time we'll try with some better fans and maybe an intake on it to see if we can push power up. But overall happy with the gains. Car feels like a rocket compared to our Civic Sport CVT.

We've split apart the JB4 firmware for the typeR and I'll be posting that separately in the first post shortly along with a typeR specific map guide.


I am very interested in trying this on my personal vehicle 2019 Type R. Pairing this with an intercooler would be great. Maybe I will do some dyno's as well.
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Default 03-01-2019, 09:29 AM

We've got them in stock and on our both our retail and dealer websites.


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Default 03-01-2019, 11:11 AM

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We've got them in stock and on our both our retail and dealer websites.

Christine just helped me out. I will do some real world reviews for you guys.
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Appreciate it!


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Default 03-03-2019, 12:37 PM

40-90 pull from last night. Map 7, E30 blend. I've been dailying Map 5 for a while now, but threw it up to 7 for this run. Everything looking okay?

BTW, what's the scaling for the trims column?
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40-90 pull from last night. Map 7, E30 blend. I've been dailying Map 5 for a while now, but threw it up to 7 for this run. Everything looking okay?

BTW, what's the scaling for the trims column?
Looks good to me!

Both short and long term trims are scaled: 25 = 0%, 50 = +33%, 0 = -33%.

Just got in our "stock calibration" BMS MAF housing and will be testing that next week. Assuming it goes to plan then we'll cut the Si versions of it. And finally get back on the dyno with an Si.
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Default 03-03-2019, 06:12 PM

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Looks good to me!

Both short and long term trims are scaled: 25 = 0%, 50 = +33%, 0 = -33%.

Just got in our "stock calibration" BMS MAF housing and will be testing that next week. Assuming it goes to plan then we'll cut the Si versions of it. And finally get back on the dyno with an Si.
Canít wait to buy that Si intake!!!


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Default 03-04-2019, 05:02 AM

hi bro
pls help to view check my car log
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- supercircuit down pipe
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Default 03-04-2019, 08:31 AM

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pls help to view check my car log
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You may want to upload the csv file from the JB4. I'd be interested in your LTFT, (trims2)
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Here bro
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Default 03-04-2019, 10:16 AM

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Both short and long term trims are scaled: 25 = 0%, 50 = +33%, 0 = -33%.
So my LTFT is sitting at about a 17 then... Most likely because of my intake, I'm sure. Can this be tuned for?


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So my LTFT is sitting at about a 17 then... Most likely because of my intake, I'm sure. Can this be tuned for?
From the E85 likely.

As long as it's not running off the scale there is no effect or cause for concern with the trims. Once you run off the scale air/fuel can be effected than then it would have to be evaluated.


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pls help to view check my car log
( honda civic type r 2018 )

- intake
- intercooler injen
- supercircuit down pipe
Looks clean to me for map1. You can give map2 a try for kicks.


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Default 03-04-2019, 05:08 PM

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From the E85 likely.

As long as it's not running off the scale there is no effect or cause for concern with the trims. Once you run off the scale air/fuel can be effected than then it would have to be evaluated.
I didn't even consider the E85; that would absolutely make it add fuel, since it doesn't have the same energy potential. Good call dude.


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Quick JB4 map1 run this am on a local customers Si, testing out our stock calibration BMS MAF housing. Trims are about perfect. 25 is the zero point. Long term -1%, short term +4%. During cruise they both hover around 0%/0%.

Will get this car back next week for dyno testing!
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Quick JB4 map1 run this am on a local customers Si, testing out our stock calibration BMS MAF housing. Trims are about perfect. 25 is the zero point. Long term -1%, short term +4%. During cruise they both hover around 0%/0%.

Will get this car back next week for dyno testing!
Awesome!!


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Video and lots from today's dyno fun.

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This is awesome!!!

Any plans on some Map 7 dyno runs? I'm curious to know what kinda power that makes.

Good to know what my daily map is giving me, though!


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Didn't get a chance to try higher boost levels on this one today, maybe down the road. Owner is happy with ~240whp.


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