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Default 2016 GLI JB1 - 05-15-2016, 07:09 PM

just want to confirm what everyone else has said so far - install of the unit was a breeze. i left things at +3.5 for one day before connecting and installing the firmware from this site (i figured it wasn't necessary but couldn't hurt) and upping the boost to +4 for 93 octane (northern NJ)

needless to say the power this car makes is night and day from what it was stock. linear, pulls hard...absolutely awesome.

Burger...thanks for getting involved with us vw guys...i know i appreciate it and i'm sure anyone who picks up one of your JB1's will be too.
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Default 05-15-2016, 07:42 PM

Glad to hear! We've got a few cool things in the works for the VW crowd.


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Yeah bring it Terry


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Default 03-15-2017, 02:21 PM

I'm haven't had a chance to test and tweak my JB1, any recommendations on what I can start with?

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Default 03-16-2017, 06:11 AM

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I'm haven't had a chance to test and tweak my JB1, any recommendations on what I can start with?

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CTS Turbo Diverter Valve Kit
Hi,

If you on 93 set boost safety to 4.4 and see how the car performs. This is more or less the maximum we recommend


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Default 03-16-2017, 07:50 AM

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Hi,

If you on 93 set boost safety to 4.4 and see how the car performs. This is more or less the maximum we recommend
Ah ok, I always put 93 octane in my car, I'll try that
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Default 03-16-2017, 08:10 AM

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Hi,

If you on 93 set boost safety to 4.4 and see how the car performs. This is more or less the maximum we recommend
I'm having trouble with my LG G5 connecting to the JB4 Bluetooth connector, I read that it could be an issue with Bluetooth 4.0 (think it was you who stated that). What device do you recommend, or what Bluetooth version do you recommend that would work better with this device?

Also, the "Gear" gauge" is not working, is that just an issue with my particular Car model, or is there something I can do to fix that on my end?
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