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When working with live wires ALWAYS disconnect the negative battery terminal in the trunk first. Do not attempt to install the tuner, connect the tuner box to the harness, or otherwise work on the vehicles electrical system with the battery connected. Doing this may result in a damaging voltage spike being sent to the DME.

Also be very careful when working with the BMS USB cable as it sits close to the battery rail which is a live +12v connection. Allowing the USB cable to touch the +12v connection WILL damage the JB4 and MAY damage the TMAP sensor wiring requiring the ground bypass at the bottom of the guide to be performed. Wrapping a piece of cloth tape over the battery rail connection and/or USB connection will help prevent accidental damage.


Current F Series JB4 Install Guide

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This thread will be used to centralize all F series JB4 information. Anything important is in the first post. The rest is 100 pages of discussion, much of which may no longer be relevant. If its not in the first post then its probably not very important.

Note: We sell two systems for the F series N55. The Stage1 and the JB4. There is no such thing as a JB4 Stage1 and no such thing as a JB4 Stage2. The Stage1 DOES NOT have updatable firmware, CANbus, or changeable maps. If you have a Stage1 system then none of the information in this post is relevant to you.

To order a new F series JB4 kit: https://www.burgertuning.com/products/f-series-n55-jb4

To avoid cluttering up the thread any support requests will be deleted from this thread without being read. If you require assistance email tech support at support@burgertuning.com.

JB4 Mobile Smart Phone wireless connection directions Click here.
BMS data cable hard wired software & directions Click here.

Map Info (selected via menu 0 in dash or using JB4 Mobile/laptop interface. Map1 is the default map)

Map 0: JB4 disabled
Map 1: Additive target, around 4psi over stock.
Map 2: Additive target, around 6psi over stock. Suggested for those with 93 octane and bolt on modifications. Also good for small E85 mixtures.
Map 3: Progressive WMI mapping.
Map 4: Stock performance with JB4 active for logging only.
Map 5: Autotuning map, absolute target of 11-17psi based on octane and conditions.
Map 6: User definable absolute target map. Suggested for troubleshooting by professionals only.
Map 7: Race gas map. Absolute target of 18.5psi. Requires straight unleaded race gas.

E85 Use

Up to 30% E85 mixtures can be used in most situations.

M2 Specific Map Settings

The M2 runs much higher boost from the factory than a normal N55 motor and thus often requires special settings. Ensure you have v13 firmware or higher, Set FutureUseD bit6 on (as if you had a back end flash map), and then we suggest starting with map2.

Firmware

Both the F10 and F30 N55 motors share the same firmware. Note models using the pneumatic wastegate, primarily 2013-early 2014 models where the JB4 harness blue patch is connected, need to use PWG firmware. Those equipped with an electronic wastegate, primarily 2014+ models where the JB4 blue batch is NOT used, need to use EWG firmware. Note for older systems POSITAP firmware (the old wire taps for brown/green wires) has been discontinued and no new updates will be done. So upgrade to the OBDII CANbus connector & firmware if you wish to run the latest firmware & features.

F10/535 in dash control

To enable the BC button menu changes on F10/535 models you must connect to the JB4 using a BMS DATA cable or BlueTooth kit and change FutureUseD bit #1 on (resulting value of 2) press save. Then turn off ignition and lock doors for 5 min to allow the JB4 to reset.

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*Special Settings For F Series JB4 EWG v14+
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Note these change by firmware version and the list below applies only to v14+ firmware. There may be some features not active in PWG integrated firmware yet.

Future Use D:
bit0 - Disable in dash BC button controls
bit1 - Alternative in dash BC F10 compatibility mode
bit2 - Disable oil temp warmup protection -- full boost target even when oil temps < 160F
bit3 - Disable wastegate/FF adaption learning for diagnostic purposes
bit4 - Disable startup gauge sweep
bit5 - Test Duty Bias Learning Algorithm
bit6 - Vehicle is equipped with a back end flash map
bit7 - Slow down CANbus sample rate - required for some vehicles with older software


FutureUseA: Negative offset to dutycycle via EWG connector to correct for over boost conditions when PWM is low

Map6: Values of less than 10psi under boost 1500rpm will cause map6 to act as an additive rather than absolute map


Firmware Updates:


Download using the new JB4 Mobile firmware database or externally by clicking this link.



EWG Control

For those with 2014+ models with the new electronic wastegate this thread has addl information on optional EWG control for higher boost maps.

OBDII Firmware Wheel Controls and Map Switching In Dash:



In dash options

Note CANflap and menu system for changing maps, enabling the boost gauge, etc, now use exclusively the BC button. These commands are active for F series dash types, but not yet supported for G series fully digital dashes.

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Exhaust Valve Mode:
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Toggle between flap open, flap closed, and OEM operation, by pressing the button for 2 seconds and letting go. The left blinker will flash for valve open, right blinker for valve closed, and both blinkers for OEM operation. The valve setting is persistent and will remain in effect until you change it. If you hold the button too long you'll jump in to the in dash menu system below.

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'OBDII In Dash Menu
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'0 map menu, map shown on tach (tach shows Map)
'1 Active Sound MUTE. (tach = 0 OFF, tach = 1000 ON)
'2 Boost gauge on fuel, scaling in dash is 0 to boost safety setting, turns on when gas pedal is pressed 60% or more and turns itself off when you resume low throttle use. (tach = 0 OFF; tach = 1 Boost Only; tach = 2000 Boost on fuel, Meth on speedo ring; tach = 3000 Boost on fuel, Timing on speedo ring; tach = 4000 Boost on fuel, AFR on speedo ring)
'3 LED MAX brightness mode. For those with factory LED headlights this option brightens HALO during nighttime operation. (tach = 0 OFF, tach = 1000 ON)
'4 Delete Fault Codes.
'5 Dash Mode. tach = 1000, SAE; tach = 2000 Metric
'6 1st gear boost limiter. (Tach = boost cap / 3)
'7 2nd gear boost limiter. (Tach = boost cap / 3)
'8 3rd gear boost limiter. (Tach = boost cap / 3)


F Series N55 Default Settings:

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Default 02-07-2013, 12:20 PM

Does Map0 on the Stage 2 represent having the tune completely off, or is it like a mini Stage 1 tune which is actually available as Map0 on the Stage 2? either way, thanks for getting the ball rolling on this! Definitely looking fwd to the added power come spring time
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Default 02-07-2013, 07:01 PM

The only upgrades I allow on my car has to come directly from Burger Motorsports. I haven't even put aftermarket wheels on. I want them to ask what's underneath that stock F30. I'll tell them BMS. It was like that on my E92 and it'll be like that in the F30.
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Default 02-08-2013, 12:43 AM

Terry do u think the transmission can handle that huge torque, i think with meth
the car will hit 480 rwtq and smash the tranny
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Default 02-08-2013, 09:09 AM

No idea. I'll let you know if I run in to problems with it.


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Default 02-08-2013, 09:45 AM

Holy Torque Batman! I don't like the scaling differences on your Y axis, it kinda hides the massive torque increase you got, but anyway that thing looks ready to roast some tires on map 2! Nice to see the platform moving along.
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Default 02-08-2013, 11:19 AM

Wow, that is a lot of torque. What's the explanation for that? It beats the E9x n54 and n55 in torque when going mod for mod.
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Default 02-08-2013, 11:35 AM

The peak torque numbers are a bit of a spike at the start of the run. It's on par with any other N55 in terms of torque production per mod.


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Default 02-08-2013, 06:33 PM

It's under the user adjustment tab.


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Default 02-10-2013, 09:31 AM

Terry by chance will you be releasing a meth kit for the f30?
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Terry by chance will you be releasing a meth kit for the f30?
We will some day.


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Default 01-13-2015, 03:52 PM

What map is the best for 91 octane?
1 or 5 ?
Map 0: JB4 disabled
Map 1: Peak boost 12.5psi, suggest for most racing applications.
Map 2: Peak boost 14.0psi, suggested for those using exhaust mods and 93 RM2 octane or higher fuels
Map 3: Progressive methanol mapping
Map 4: Stock performance, JB4 on
Map 5: Autotuning, enabled in 8.8 and later firmware


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Default 01-13-2015, 04:14 PM

That's not how it works, map selection depends on exhaust mods and fuel octane, not only fuel octane.

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What map is the best for 91 octane?
1 or 5 ?
Map 1.
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Default Tuner Questions - 01-25-2015, 07:35 AM

Hello everyone, long time reader first time poster here. I currently have a 435I M-Sport running the JB4 with EWG plug and FF plug options. I have custom DP and exhaust and custom cold air intake as well. Ran map 1 for 5 months, now running map 2, smooth as silk, no issues at all. I have just a few questions before i go to the next level of fun:

1) What is the best way to make small adjustments on fueling in the JB4 software? I did read something about you're now able to get the AFRs down in the 12's @ 17-18psi with stock fuel pump. How exactly? What user settings are you changing and what exactly needs to be done to achieve this.? Can i safely make incremental changes to duty cycle on injectors and the AFR trims? Do i need to be in map6 for these adjustments to be available or can i make the changes on any map setting and fine tune it to my liking?

2) Just to clarify; If using the Map 5 (auto tune feature) This program is set up to basically give you max performance by raising boost and fueling requirements based on the type/octane fuel you run and output data the car feeds back to the software? Nothing further would need to done to gain power increase? just set to MAP(5) and run 93 or higher (race gas, E85 mix 20% etc) ? Can I make changes to the parameters currently set that the software looks at in the feedback loop to customize my own AFR set points

3) Lastly, in your experience, whats the the stock inter-cooler and fuel pump rated for? in other words the max power the stock system can safely generate without heat-soaking motor, running high intake temps, and not gassing out leaning the AFRs to low?

Thank you in advance for any light you can shed on my questions.
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1) What is the best way to make small adjustments on fueling in the JB4 software? I did read something about you're now able to get the AFRs down in the 12's @ 17-18psi with stock fuel pump. How exactly? What user settings are you changing and what exactly needs to be done to achieve this.? Can i safely make incremental changes to duty cycle on injectors and the AFR trims? Do i need to be in map6 for these adjustments to be available or can i make the changes on any map setting and fine tune it to my liking?

2) Just to clarify; If using the Map 5 (auto tune feature) This program is set up to basically give you max performance by raising boost and fueling requirements based on the type/octane fuel you run and output data the car feeds back to the software? Nothing further would need to done to gain power increase? just set to MAP(5) and run 93 or higher (race gas, E85 mix 20% etc) ? Can I make changes to the parameters currently set that the software looks at in the feedback loop to customize my own AFR set points

3) Lastly, in your experience, whats the the stock inter-cooler and fuel pump rated for? in other words the max power the stock system can safely generate without heat-soaking motor, running high intake temps, and not gassing out leaning the AFRs to low?
1) There is very limited user adjustability on the F30 JB4. You can't adjust the demanded AFR ratios in the interface. They are preset in the maps.

2) Map 5 will attempt to safely maximize boost & timing based on the fuel, mods, and conditions at that moment. If you refer to the how to read JB4 logs thread in the support section you might find some additional details there on the process.

3) The stock IC can keep up with the stock turbo. Upgrading it won't hurt but the benefits are not huge as they are with the larger-turboed N54 platform. The stock fuel system can max out the turbo on E40.


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Default help - 02-04-2015, 10:04 AM

Hi Terry,

I know Payam emailed you yesterday on this... hoping we can find a solution. After trying all day he could not find a way to get to the EWG to get my car boosting properly. After checking around it seems like no one has done a new 2015 535i w/ N55 and JB4 before and the EWG is totally in access-able.

Ive got so much done to the car now, meth kit, etc. I don't want to call it quits and go back. Is there any way to splice into the EWG wires some where else? Any possible other solution?

I imagine there's going to be more and more people in my situation soon, its hard to believe I am the first. But if I am there must be some type of solution we can come up with.

Any ideas anyone?

Thanks a ton.

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Default m235i jb4 map1 - 07-05-2015, 03:36 PM

hey to all.
i got the 2015 m235.
i put the jb4 and driving in map 1.
according to the company its sould give 60 hp.
in reality the car is weak,Although there is a change.
to me its seems that first till 3rd gear is good and 4rd and upper gears are weaks.
and i think there's a legging when i touch the gas paddle untill u feal it.
can u pleae help me?

i am disappointed of this car...

(why is all the reviews only Praise this model)

i attacheing 2 log files
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hey to all.
i got the 2015 m235.
i put the jb4 and driving in map 1.
according to the company its sould give 60 hp.
in reality the car is weak,Although there is a change.
to me its seems that first till 3rd gear is good and 4rd and upper gears are weaks.
and i think there's a legging when i touch the gas paddle untill u feal it.
can u pleae help me?

i am disappointed of this car...

(why is all the reviews only Praise this model)

i attacheing 2 log files
I also have Jb4 on my m235i and it pulls like a freight train. Do you have any other mods? Are you running the EWG wires as well? Also are you running the most up to date firmware?
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Hi guys

So...got my JB4 installed without a glitch. Car is acting weird though
If you need assistance post in the support section.


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Default 02-12-2013, 11:37 AM

Here is a video of how the map switching will work on the F30 JB4 until we're able to get full dash control.



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Default 02-12-2013, 03:47 PM

Any hints on where the CAN connection is made?


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Default 02-12-2013, 08:26 PM

Awsome Terry thank you for keeping up on the F10 F30 upgrades, cant wait to have full dash control
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Default 02-15-2013, 01:09 PM

Hi Terry, any ETA for this?
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FUD:
bit0 - Disable in dash BC button controls
bit1 - Alternative in dash BC F10 compatibility mode
bit2 - Disable oil temp warmup protection -- full boost target when oil temps < 160
bit3 - Disable wastegate/FF adaption learning for diagnostic purposes
bit4 - Enable user adjustable progressive meth control
bit5 - Disable port injection mapping tip in gain
bit6 - Enable extra timing cylinder logging
bit7 - Slow down CANbus sample rate - required for some vehicles with older software

FutureUseA: Negative offset to dutycycle via EWG connector to correct for over boost conditions when PWM is low

Where can i change the bit settings in the JB4 mobile App ? I want to disable oil temp warmup
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