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Default Log check Please got told to have terry's input - 04-12-2021, 04:53 PM

So first time trying a e30 mix!!! E85 tested at (E80) added 5 1\2 gal of that and mixed the rest with 93! Guess I'm trying to make sure i do this right, was told on the forms to contact terry for a input due to a safety being triggered setting my car back to map 0.

I updated firmware and also here is a log for a 0-80
FILE ENDING IN(103) WHERE SAFETY WAS TRIGGERED

Second log is a pull WOT @2500 2nd-3rd
FILE ENDING IN (136) guess i didnt notice a reset in map


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Default 04-13-2021, 08:28 AM

Too much of a trim variance between banks. Boost leak or ???



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Default 04-13-2021, 09:16 AM

A fuel trim variance like this usually means one of the fuel control wires isn't properly connected.
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Default 04-13-2021, 09:16 AM

I have no clue what's going on, was told also that my mix was probably off, not sure if I have a boost leak I did just install the agency power intercooler but didn't notice any leaks
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Default 04-13-2021, 09:28 AM

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A fuel trim variance like this usually means one of the fuel control wires isn't properly connected.
So let me ask you a rookie question, this would be the separate wire I have tapped into j believe the o2 sensor?
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Default 04-13-2021, 11:43 AM

Yes on the separate wire, there should be two total, one going to each side of the engine. I think you mixed way too much E, use this calculator Ethanol Calculator - Brew City Boost
Next, stay away from Map3 , do a log on Map2 to show us it's clean before you jump up.
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Default 04-13-2021, 12:40 PM

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Yes on the separate wire, there should be two total, one going to each side of the engine. I think you mixed way too much E, use this calculator Ethanol Calculator - Brew City Boost
Next, stay away from Map3 , do a log on Map2 to show us it's clean before you jump up.
Thank you so much, I only have one wire hooked up just what came with my jb4 a few back lol, I will get another hooked up asap.

I'll also run out the gas that's in it currently and fill up with 93 ONLY!!

AGAIN THANK YOU! I'll post to the same thread when I get a map 2 log in and another fuel wire!
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Default 04-13-2021, 05:49 PM

UPDATE: Just connected the other fuel wire and MANN my AFR is staying a constant 14.6 as before it was all over the place. I refueled at 3\8th tank with 93 tested at 10% ethanol. Map 2 car is feeling way better fuel millage improved too. As I still have about 8% E85 in the car i will try to flush then get a map 2 LOG
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Default 04-14-2021, 07:09 AM

A little more than 10% E is always good , I think you were close to 40%. I find Map2 likes E25 to E27 and runs extremely well.
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