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Default 01-27-2015, 09:16 AM

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Has anyone witnessed loss of CC and random 2D2E codes with the latest update? Just curious, because it is driving me crazy. Haha.
Cruise control would be on the flash side. On 2D2E, the throttle code, that should probably be disabled on the flash. Anyone tried that yet?


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Default 01-27-2015, 09:19 AM

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Can I drive injector kit with E85 and methanol kit man can control it all with JB4
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Default 01-28-2015, 06:01 AM

Whats your email address Terry. Need the I9A0S backend flash. Thank you!
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Default 01-28-2015, 10:03 AM

Flash maps are in the first post.


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Default Cylinder 1 timing??? - 01-28-2015, 01:44 PM

Maybe Terry or Russell can help me out here. I've been getting what feels like a misfire on the last flash T sent over to me. I pulled my plugs and cylinder 1 plug was a mess. Installed fresh plugs and new coils. Injectors are newer as well. Coded with INPA. Under light throttle I notice Cylinder #1 timing is MUCH higher than all other cylinders. I am wondering if the harshness I am feeling isn't that. Also why do my trims read 0 when I step on it.

I took this log in 6th gear starting at 2500 to feel it breakup/misfire hoping to pinpoint what the issue is. Asides from the ignition timing and trims I'm not sure what it could be? Thanks!


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Default 01-28-2015, 01:58 PM

Cyl 2-6 are not logged during off throttle. In terms of part throttle this just looks like a logging error. It's probably just rolling over a byte value showing a falsely low value on cylinders 2-6. A byte stores up to 25.5 degrees and these all look to be 25.5 degrees lower. At full throttle timing is never over 25 degrees so a bug like that could easily go undiscovered. I'll fix it next time I'm in there.

The log seems normal in terms of AFR and timing to me. I don't know what you might be feeling during cruise there. If it started with a flash map try a different map. During cruise any map can be used for testing. Just don't go full throttle on the non-ST maps.


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What needs for full build Rob? I live in Turkey. Any help please. If I have full build upgrade parts I can make the labour. Whom should I talk to ? Thanks in advance.


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What needs for full build Rob? I live in Turkey. Any help please. If I have full build upgrade parts I can make the labour. Whom should I talk to ? Thanks in advance.
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Default 02-08-2015, 01:25 PM

Fellow single turbo guys; are any of you running an aftermarket Wideband in the DP? Just curious to the accuracy or if its worth buying.


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Cruise control would be on the flash side. On 2D2E, the throttle code, that should probably be disabled on the flash. Anyone tried that yet?
Sorry terry, i missed this! To answer you, I'm running a cobb pro tune. Jake would know more about that than I. I asked him about the CC and he said I'm running the latest map which was suppose to fix it? Still no Bueno though...


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Default ST Logs - 02-10-2015, 02:00 AM

Hi Terry.

Could you please have a look at my logs and let me know if everything seems okay. I ran 20% eth and this was the first time the car was on a dyno.

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Hi Terry.

Could you please have a look at my logs and let me know if everything seems okay. I ran 20% eth and this was the first time the car was on a dyno.

Thanks!
Everything looks good except LPFP. It starts dropping toward redline.
Boost is not on target either.

PS, it shows Map 5. Is there a new firmware I am missing with a defined map 5?

Edit: Guess I need to update my JB4 LOL


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Default 17PSI 3586 Log - 02-11-2015, 08:00 AM

Howdy guys. About time I made it over to this forum

Wanted to grab your thoughts on a Map 2 17PSI pull. Pump gas. Car was happy until it broke up at the top of forth. I had thought it was octane or fuel related but now i'm not so certain.

I'm a JB4 noob so my knowledge here is modest beyond the basic channels. Any obvious adjustments I should be making? Boost and AFR look spot on but there's some ugliness as well. Already bugged Terry at BB so I won't pester him, curious to see what you all think. Thanks for having me!

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Howdy guys. About time I made it over to this forum

Wanted to grab your thoughts on a Map 2 17PSI pull. Pump gas. Car was happy until it broke up at the top of forth. I had thought it was octane or fuel related but now i'm not so certain.

I'm a JB4 noob so my knowledge here is modest beyond the basic channels. Any obvious adjustments I should be making? Boost and AFR look spot on but there's some ugliness as well. Already bugged Terry at BB so I won't pester him, curious to see what you all think. Thanks for having me!

http://www.***********/u/135pats/17ps...-18-24&mark=60
Log is not coming up.


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HPFP takes dump toward redline, where AFR spikes very badly. Looks like not enough fuel to me, but I could be wrong.


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FastGTI; are you running meth? If so, what psi do you have have it intimate at? My kit will be in for the weekend and I'd like a heads up on setting it up so I won't be last minute searching.


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FastGTI; are you running meth? If so, what psi do you have have it intimate at? My kit will be in for the weekend and I'd like a heads up on setting it up so I won't be last minute searching.
I run meth for higher psi maps around 20+ psi. I have it start at 6 psi (It will have full flow by 15 psi)


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That's exactly what I needed to know. I think we're aiming for 24/25 psi tune. Just needed more info on what's best to introduce the meth and when to set full flow.


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That's exactly what I needed to know. I think we're aiming for 24/25 psi tune. Just needed more info on what's best to introduce the meth and when to set full flow.
Yep, you got it!


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HPFP takes dump toward redline, where AFR spikes very badly. Looks like not enough fuel to me, but I could be wrong.
I thinking along the same lines, AFR goes waaay lean (16-19AFR). HPFP pressure oscillates once AFR goes lean.


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I thinking along the same lines, AFR goes waaay lean (16-19AFR). HPFP pressure oscillates once AFR goes lean.
Agreed. My original thought was that i'm just out of fuel by the top of forth, and the car can't support it up top. The ensuing results would make sense to me if that's the case. We'll see what Terry says.

The only code it threw was cyl 5 mis, I expected others and was a bit surprised by that. Had fuel pressure fallen a bit more, I would think the JB would have thrown it into Map 4. A little worried that it went lean like that and probably would have continued to do so had I not let off the throttle almost immediately.

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Running e30 I can get 19psi on my 6466. The hpfp rock 11 all the way to redline. Anything above that I need meth.
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Running e30 I can get 19psi on my 6466. The hpfp rock 11 all the way to redline. Anything above that I need meth.
Lucky. Mine took a serious bath at 6K+ in 4th like 1,100PSI and yo-yo'ing all over the place.

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Running e30 I can get 19psi on my 6466. The hpfp rock 11 all the way to redline. Anything above that I need meth.
That's exactly the same with me 19psi e40 blend, anything higher I will need meth. Lots of it


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