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Default 01-30-2019, 10:32 PM

Terry i was checking out your post about the fuel wires and read you can get up to 15-20whp which is really good and makes the $30 worth spending on it. But the thing I’m trying to understand is, how do you adjust it? I know you can do it through the jb4 app but what do you adjust? How do you adjust it correctly for your current map? What do i have to look at? Is it suppose to be high low? I’m not sure if you can understand what i mean


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Default 01-31-2019, 05:04 AM

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What fuel? Your fuel trims are already high due to the cold weather, so there is less work for the fuel wires to do at least during this specific log.
93 straight pump. I agree about already fuel trims. AFR stayed steady at 12.5 do it's definitely working.
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Default 01-31-2019, 07:09 AM

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Terry i was checking out your post about the fuel wires and read you can get up to 15-20whp which is really good and makes the $30 worth spending on it. But the thing Iím trying to understand is, how do you adjust it? I know you can do it through the jb4 app but what do you adjust? How do you adjust it correctly for your current map? What do i have to look at? Is it suppose to be high low? Iím not sure if you can understand what i mean
Same, I know of the setting you enable in the Settings after install but am a bit lost after that as to what to adjust after that


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Default 01-31-2019, 08:32 AM

There's nothing to adjust. Once you hook up the wires and turn on future use d bit 0 that's it. You end up with a new AFR. A future update may make the target AFR adjustable. Right now it's set to 12.5.
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Default 01-31-2019, 03:49 PM

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Just had the jb4 act up on me. The throttle Wasnít moving or going anywhere. Was punching the gas pedal and it was slowly going up the RPMS like really slow. I unplugged it and put it back to normal the car and it started working fine. I donít know if it was a loose wire or the jb4 stopped working correctly. I had no check engine lights or anything
I've been having the exact same issue on and off since I installed the JB4 (happened omw home from work today)... Few other people on the Q FB group also... Something is def happening.
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Default 01-31-2019, 03:52 PM

Check the harness for thr obd2. Not the aide that plugs into the under dash port, buy the other side. Seems like the pins have loosened over time for me and others.
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Default 01-31-2019, 04:02 PM

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Check the harness for thr obd2. Not the aide that plugs into the under dash port, buy the other side. Seems like the pins have loosened over time for me and others.
Running a brand new cable that BMS sent me to replace the defective one my JB4 shipped with. Only been on the car for about 2 months (if that.) This happened with both cables.
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Default 01-31-2019, 06:58 PM

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Running a brand new cable that BMS sent me to replace the defective one my JB4 shipped with. Only been on the car for about 2 months (if that.) This happened with both cables.
If it's not the OBDII cable then it's the harness. We can swap it out for you, just email in to support.


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Default 01-31-2019, 07:18 PM

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If it's not the OBDII cable then it's the harness. We can swap it out for you, just email in to support.
Emailed support, Also going to grab the Fuel Wires once we get the power loss sorted. Thanks Terry!
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Default 01-31-2019, 07:23 PM

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I'm actually working on it right now .

Can't give any secrets away though, but it will be released in a month.

Full kit for the Q50 will be ready for all soon enough.
Great news! Payam, what kind of gains can we expect form the meth kit on a Rs with FBO?
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Great news! Payam, what kind of gains can we expect form the meth kit on a Rs with FBO?
Hopefully will have some numbers in by next week. We'll be showing the meth kit working with full data and pictures. Really clean and simple install that's fully reversible. That's the best part, along with the power gains


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Default 02-01-2019, 06:57 AM

Impressed with BMS customer service being displayed in here. Glad I am teamed up with you all. Will be also getting BMS intakes soon


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Default 02-01-2019, 12:49 PM

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I've been having the exact same issue on and off since I installed the JB4 (happened omw home from work today)... Few other people on the Q FB group also... Something is def happening.
Been having the same problem on and off for months. Very annoying. Sometimes accompanied by p0300 code with idle at 1200rpm. Then, after a few key starts it's back to normal, no loose wiring. Hope it gets resolved, runs horrible at these times. With kids and life it's hard to find time to contact customer service. Thanks.


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Been having the same problem on and off for months. Very annoying. Sometimes accompanied by p0300 code with idle at 1200rpm. Then, after a few key starts it's back to normal, no loose wiring. Hope it gets resolved, runs horrible at these times. With kids and life it's hard to find time to contact customer service. Thanks.
One thing I know is it's not going to fix itself. p0300 is a misfire fault, not a sensor connectivity fault. Does the issue come up on map0 also? If you suspect the JB4 have us swap the harness for you to rule it out.


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Default 02-01-2019, 03:34 PM

Couple teaser shots of today's project.
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Default 02-01-2019, 04:53 PM

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There's nothing to adjust. Once you hook up the wires and turn on future use d bit 0 that's it. You end up with a new AFR. A future update may make the target AFR adjustable. Right now it's set to 12.5.
Alright you get a new AFR. Now where does the horsepower gain come from? Increasing your boost? Or with just that wire your gonna gain more power because of the new AFR? Please forgive me for the 21 questions as Iím new to the jb4 as itís my first car using a jb4.


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Default 02-01-2019, 05:05 PM

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Alright you get a new AFR. Now where does the horsepower gain come from? Increasing your boost? Or with just that wire your gonna gain more power because of the new AFR? Please forgive me for the 21 questions as Iím new to the jb4 as itís my first car using a jb4.
The hp gain comes from leaning out the AFR since the stock AFR target is richerthan the new 12.5 target. I still think we need adjustable AFR target since we all run different boost and fuel levels, but for now this is a nice addition.
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Default 02-01-2019, 05:17 PM

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Couple teaser shots of today's project.
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Default Fuel Wire Install - 02-01-2019, 05:54 PM

Terry,

Got my fuel wires installed and was just wondering if you could take a look at these new logs for me. One is a 0-60 pull and the other is a 3rd gear pull. 91 Octane, ~4600 ft elevation, ambient temp ~52 F*

I don't see anything obviously wrong with the exception that, like others, my AFR's go kind of crazy after letting off the throttle. I believe you were looking into this as to whether a software fix might be needed.

I Installed the Z1/HKS BOV kit at the same time as the Fuel Wire Kit. Looks like your new Meth Kit will go into the intake at the same exact place where my BOV's are located? I hope I didn't just accidentally take myself out of the running for the meth kit by installing BOV's.

Thanks in advance for your awesome tech support and development of all the goodies for the VR30!!
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Terry,

Got my fuel wires installed and was just wondering if you could take a look at these new logs for me. One is a 0-60 pull and the other is a 3rd gear pull.

I don't see anything obviously wrong with the exception that, like others, my AFR's go kind of crazy after letting off the throttle. I believe you were looking into this as to whether a software fix might be needed.

I Installed the Z1/HKS BOV kit at the same time as the Fuel Wire Kit. Looks like your new Meth Kit will go into the intake at the same exact place where my BOV's are located? I hope I didn't just accidentally take myself out of the running for the meth kit by installing BOV's.

Thanks in advance for your awesome tech support and development of all the goodies for the VR30!!
Logs look good! Yes, our WMI kit will use the same spot. WMI adds power, BOV adds noise, so you'll have to pick your poison on that.

On AFR logging off throttle yes it's a just a logging bug I'll fix, hopefully this weekend weather permitting!


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Default 02-01-2019, 06:43 PM

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Logs look good! Yes, our WMI kit will use the same spot. WMI adds power, BOV adds noise, so you'll have to pick your poison on that.

On AFR logging off throttle yes it's a just a logging bug I'll fix, hopefully this weekend weather permitting!
Wow, thank you for the prompt response! Yeah, I have a tough decision to make there, especially since all I can get here is 91 octane, no ethanol


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Default 02-01-2019, 07:31 PM

Terry @BMS I'm trying to purchase the Fuel wires and unfortunately I'm in california... any way around this? Will call maybe?
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Terry @BMS I'm trying to purchase the Fuel wires and unfortunately I'm in california... any way around this? Will call maybe?
Sadly for legal reasons we can't help you. We're working on CARB approval for our Q50 tuning lineup but do not have it yet. Until we have it we ship anything in to CA. Been fined before and that wasn't fun.


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Default 02-01-2019, 07:56 PM

So with the Fuel Wires, I have them connected correctly (I Think) but my RS sits at 14.25 most of the time. I have the correct setting checked in the app (confirmed again). What could I be doing wrong?
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Default 02-01-2019, 07:59 PM

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So with the Fuel Wires, I have them connected correctly (I Think) but my RS sits at 14.25 most of the time. I have the correct setting checked in the app (confirmed again). What could I be doing wrong?
I'm not an expert but others will weigh in I'm sure.

My RS does too. It is only at WOT that the AFR will approach 12.5


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