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Default BEF Recommendation for Inlets - 08-14-2019, 12:25 PM

Don't see any specific BEF's for inlets. Wondering what BEF you guys would recommend with the following mods:

JB4 + MHD, VRSF **'s, 7.5" VRSF Performance HD Intercooler, Full Exhaust, MMP Inlets, Stett Charge Pipe/Tial BOV, Alpina Transmission Flash, Stage 2 LPFP, Rob Beck PCV, BMS OCC, access to e85

Or just run an MHD e85 OTS tune?
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Default 08-18-2019, 08:23 PM

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Default 08-20-2019, 05:20 AM

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Don't see any specific BEF's for inlets. Wondering what BEF you guys would recommend with the following mods:

JB4 + MHD, VRSF **'s, 7.5" VRSF Performance HD Intercooler, Full Exhaust, MMP Inlets, Stett Charge Pipe/Tial BOV, Alpina Transmission Flash, Stage 2 LPFP, Rob Beck PCV, BMS OCC, access to e85

Or just run an MHD e85 OTS tune?
with those mods and e85 the best to use JB4 with the BMS e85 Bef via MHD, log and adjust you DB as required, so far no specific inlets flash but your turbos will thank you for the inlets and perform better and can breath


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Default 08-20-2019, 06:23 AM

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with those mods and e85 the best to use JB4 with the BMS e85 Bef via MHD, log and adjust you DB as required, so far no specific inlets flash but your turbos will thank you for the inlets and perform better and can breath

Thanks, Rushan. Inlets are definitely a great addition.
Can anyone chime in about how much they adjusted their duty cycle after installing inlets on stock turbos?
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Default 08-20-2019, 08:47 AM

How much e85 were you planning on using?

Pump flash if e30-40

e85 flash if more- don't buy the BEF maps off MHD- no need to do that, you can download them for free here ; )

We'd need to see a map 1 log first & can adjust dutybias etc from there



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Default 08-20-2019, 10:33 AM

Hey Dave, I have your Fuel-It stage 2. I was thinking of running e60.
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Default 08-21-2019, 09:24 AM

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Can anyone chime in about how much they adjusted their duty cycle after installing inlets on stock turbos?

I love this question. Curious myself.

Simply going from stock air intake to CAI I found an average delta of "8" for the WGDC, over many, many logs.

Very curious about the inlets/outlet delta.


** EDIT ** If anyone has the before/after delta of stock exhaust vs kittenless deepees, this would also be really sweet to know. (stock turbos, whether with Inlets/Outlets or not)


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Default 08-21-2019, 09:33 AM

I'm also interested in this. On map 2 with fbo + inlets the top end rush is enough to shut up my passengers. Havent done a flash yet because I hear that fries the good ol' MSD80. Anyone know if the BEF's cause more draw on the ignition circuit? Dont mean to threadjack..


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Default 08-26-2019, 04:18 PM

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I'm also interested in this. On map 2 with fbo + inlets the top end rush is enough to shut up my passengers. Havent done a flash yet because I hear that fries the good ol' MSD80. Anyone know if the BEF's cause more draw on the ignition circuit? Dont mean to threadjack..
Replace the mosfets as preventive measures, mosfet not expensive but easier than having the misfire and let your car stranded


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Default 08-28-2019, 11:55 PM

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Replace the mosfets as preventive measures, mosfet not expensive but easier than having the misfire and let your car stranded
Is there a place to send it out to get this done? I don't trust myself to do this myself without damaging my working ecu.
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Default 08-29-2019, 04:41 AM

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Is there a place to send it out to get this done? I don't trust myself to do this myself without damaging my working ecu.
saw few posts here earlier of guys doing it for reasonable price if you ship it to them with fast turnaround.


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