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Default 07-31-2019, 12:16 PM

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George, any developments for DWP or wastegate settings like in the N54 to stop the dreaded WG rattle that plagues this platform ?
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Default 07-31-2019, 02:00 PM

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George, any developments for DWP or wastegate settings like in the N54 to stop the dreaded WG rattle that plagues this platform ?
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Default Map 5 - 08-03-2019, 06:36 AM

Hi,
Just try some runs with map 5 . 102 Oktan , only pph intakte and Filter .

Think it Is Little Rock „Hard“ without d ownpipe What do you mean ? @terry @george

Can you „Write“ a map for my rs3 ? Theres every Engines is a little different.

Thanks a lot

P.s. Heard about that APR Is Running 25-26 psi Stock. So why not with jb23-24
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Default 08-03-2019, 07:49 AM

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Hi,
Just try some runs with map 5 . 102 Oktan , only pph intakte and Filter .

Think it Is Little Rock „Hard“ without d ownpipe What do you mean ? @terry @george

Can you „Write“ a map for my rs3 ? Theres every Engines is a little different.

Thanks a lot

P.s. Heard about that APR Is Running 25-26 psi Stock. So why not with jb23-24
If you can email me the logs. We might need to drop the boost request at high rpm. As you get into 5th with higher IAT there is some throttle closing events. Do some map 4 logs and email those too.

We run more timing than the flash tunes since the ECU logic is used for timing.


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Default 08-05-2019, 12:43 PM

Hey guys! Took the plunge



Sploosh. Pretty excited. Wanted to flash UNI but imma wait until my warranty is a bit further along, and I figure, I can still use this when I do go for it.

Couple q's

I had a Cobb Flex kit in my subaru, which I loved because it read e85 content through the AP. Wonderful deal. Obviously this doesn't have that, so I have to manually measure. I found this great calculator (i'm sure you're aware of it, but here it is). Every time I've filled up at my pump it comes out at the same percentage, without fail 68.9%. I've never seen variance to it. So, my question is... lets say it varies a smidge. Lets say I mix 5g into 14.5 total capacity, which is right around E30 exactly, but for some reason the mix is weak and it ends up at E25. Damage likely? Or..lets say it ends up at E35? I am going to buy a little test kit, but its not practical to carry that thing around with you and test on the go, and I'm gonna buy a FF sensor but right now, I don't want to install addt'l parts that can be seen when I take it in for service. I'm trying to remain lowkey and the JB4 is really the only thing I wanna install on my car right now, otherwise thats a pain in the ass to switch out when I go for service. Am I playing with fire or would it be reasonably safe to just stick with the 5g of e68 in my tank without testing every single time
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Default 08-05-2019, 02:10 PM

5 gallons should be good. Is it ~69% in your area year round? It's best to datalog and check for knock adaptation and fuel trims.

The ethanol content at the pump in my area is +80% year round so it's not much guess work for me. I usually do 4 gallons but I've done 5 (E35) without any issues.


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Default 08-05-2019, 02:27 PM

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5 gallons should be good. Is it ~69% in your area year round? It's best to datalog and check for knock adaptation and fuel trims.

The ethanol content at the pump in my area is +80% year round so it's not much guess work for me. I usually do 4 gallons but I've done 5 (E35) without any issues.
Yeah its been the same all times of the year for me. I will do a random test here and there though. i'll keep an eye on knock and such as you recommend.
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Default 08-05-2019, 03:21 PM

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Hey guys! Took the plunge



Sploosh. Pretty excited. Wanted to flash UNI but imma wait until my warranty is a bit further along, and I figure, I can still use this when I do go for it.

Couple q's

I had a Cobb Flex kit in my subaru, which I loved because it read e85 content through the AP. Wonderful deal. Obviously this doesn't have that, so I have to manually measure. I found this great calculator (i'm sure you're aware of it, but here it is). Every time I've filled up at my pump it comes out at the same percentage, without fail 68.9%. I've never seen variance to it. So, my question is... lets say it varies a smidge. Lets say I mix 5g into 14.5 total capacity, which is right around E30 exactly, but for some reason the mix is weak and it ends up at E25. Damage likely? Or..lets say it ends up at E35? I am going to buy a little test kit, but its not practical to carry that thing around with you and test on the go, and I'm gonna buy a FF sensor but right now, I don't want to install addt'l parts that can be seen when I take it in for service. I'm trying to remain lowkey and the JB4 is really the only thing I wanna install on my car right now, otherwise thats a pain in the ass to switch out when I go for service. Am I playing with fire or would it be reasonably safe to just stick with the 5g of e68 in my tank without testing every single time
We got a kit on our site to suite the RS3: https://www.burgertuning.com/collect...l-gen-3-mk3-8v
It integrates into the JB4 and you can have it as one of the options on the display on the app.


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Default 08-05-2019, 03:23 PM

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We got a kit on our site to suite the RS3: https://www.burgertuning.com/collect...l-gen-3-mk3-8v
It integrates into the JB4 and you can have it as one of the options on the display on the app.
Is this required to run e30?
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Is this required to run e30?
No it's optional.


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No it's optional.
Awesome. I found a DIY kit at the fraction of the cost that I may opt to use, but mostly I'll just really try to make sure that e30 goes in the tank. Appreciate it!
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Awesome. I found a DIY kit at the fraction of the cost that I may opt to use, but mostly I'll just really try to make sure that e30 goes in the tank. Appreciate it!
They are out there but without the proper connections it's an engine fire waiting to happen. And make sure whatever you get has a 0-5v output so the JB4 can read E85 mixtures for autotuning.


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Default 08-05-2019, 04:11 PM

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They are out there but without the proper connections it's an engine fire waiting to happen. And make sure whatever you get has a 0-5v output so the JB4 can read E85 mixtures for autotuning.
Thanks for the heads-up! Yes it has the 0-5 specifically for JB4 on it and uses a GM ethanol sensor. It seems very well made and has a very positive rep on the forums. To be honest, I probably won't pick it up. Seems kinda sensless, but it also has integration for P3 gauges, so that makes it a bit more interesting. If I go the P3 route, I'd like wanna do this as well. Also don't need the track pack because JB4 logs all that stuff anyway I assume.

Thanks for the quick replies. Can't wait to test it out.

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Default 08-05-2019, 04:16 PM

Yes on the vent gauge keep in mind the JB4 can't be in the OBDII the same time the gauge is so you'd have to use the vent gauge for boost only at that point. And it doesn't scan knock in cyl 2-5 and some other parameters you'd want anyway.


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Default 08-05-2019, 04:19 PM

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Yes on the vent gauge keep in mind the JB4 can't be in the OBDII the same time the gauge is so you'd have to use the vent gauge for boost only at that point. And it doesn't scan knock in cyl 2-5 and some other parameters you'd want anyway.
I am so thankful you told me that. I didnt even think about the OBDII! Yeah, not worth spending $400 on a boost gauge then imho. It's not that important. Thanks!
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Good morning JBFam. So, I got my unit installed with BCM and BT last night. I have a few questions about wire placement, JB4 placement, maps, and flashing.

I got everything in last night and took her for a spin on Map 5 with a full tank of approx e31. It's definitely noticeably pulling harder. Love the app. Everything connects well and I'm happy.

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I did some logs, and read the thread here and noticed it said that 22psi was the target on map5. Most of the time, my car did not cross 19.8 psi on map 5 and i never got above 20.3 or so. I thought maybe I should upgrade the firmware, that maybe it was on an old firmware, so I used the RS3 TTRS firmware #5 hex in this thread. Haven't driven it since to see if that helped because I wanted to confirm that I flashed the right file. Update was successful in the app. I did send George a log via email.

How does the placement of wires and unit look here? Safe? It's not on any metal.

Am I on the right map? Or which map should I use? Thx

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Default 08-09-2019, 02:43 PM

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Good morning JBFam. So, I got my unit installed with BCM and BT last night. I have a few questions about wire placement, JB4 placement, maps, and flashing.

I got everything in last night and took her for a spin on Map 5 with a full tank of approx e31. It's definitely noticeably pulling harder. Love the app. Everything connects well and I'm happy.

Stock 2019 RS3

I did some logs, and read the thread here and noticed it said that 22psi was the target on map5. Most of the time, my car did not cross 19.8 psi on map 5 and i never got above 20.3 or so. I thought maybe I should upgrade the firmware, that maybe it was on an old firmware, so I used the RS3 TTRS firmware #5 hex in this thread. Haven't driven it since to see if that helped because I wanted to confirm that I flashed the right file. Update was successful in the app. I did send George a log via email.

How does the placement of wires and unit look here? Safe? It's not on any metal.

Am I on the right map? Or which map should I use? Thx

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2018 audi rs3,eurodyne stage2,these are some log of map0 and map6,map6 add 3psi ,However, boost becomes lower, throttle lock,Why? DSC OFF
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There are more logs
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Zero boost issue appear。。。。。。
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Default 08-15-2019, 07:31 AM

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Zero boost issue appear。。。。。。
I would just use with the stage2 flash tune until jb4 issues are resolved.


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Where is yours mounted? I recently moved mine closer to the engine and zip tied everything off and it seems to have lessened the frequency


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Default 08-15-2019, 04:58 PM

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Where is yours mounted? I recently moved mine closer to the engine and zip tied everything off and it seems to have lessened the frequency
Between intake and ECU, I don't think there is a problem with the position, because the temperature of JB4 is not high even after intense driving.
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