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Default 05-27-2020, 10:09 AM

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What timestamp/run did you experience it? Boost and pedal input all line up here from what I can see.
56.25 Timestamp.
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Sounds like just suffering comfort throttle response/sensitivity
Is comfort mode sensitive to TQ increase or anything weird?
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Default 05-27-2020, 10:29 AM

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56.25 Timestamp.
Just looks like the car took 1/2 second to downshift, which is normal for comfort mode as pedal input is heavily dampened.
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I have a question before buying JB4 for my stinger 2.0T

Are there benefits to using Fuel Wire for map1?

Can i use map2 with 91 octane? (We do not have 93 octane here in KSA)

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Just looks like the car took 1/2 second to downshift, which is normal for comfort mode as pedal input is heavily dampened.
It had already downshifted at that point. It hit a brick wall and wouldn't accelerate past 90. No acceleration, no gear change. Felt like fuel cut like a speed limiter.
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Default 05-27-2020, 04:33 PM

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I have a question before buying JB4 for my stinger 2.0T

Are there benefits to using Fuel Wire for map1?

Can i use map2 with 91 octane? (We do not have 93 octane here in KSA)
For 91 octane on the 2L I'd skip the fuel control wire, it's more useful for E85 mixtures.


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