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Default Log review - 09-15-2019, 08:11 PM

hello, i just installed pure stage 2 turbos, inlets, ******* *********, active bov, walbro 450 lpfp, hybrid pump bef. running map 6 with hybrid turbo settings.

please review log.2019-09-15 18_17_08_Gear-3_Map-6.csv
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Default 09-15-2019, 09:38 PM

Log is too short - we need a WOT pull from 2k to redline.

Also- try logging map 1 first, if just Installed


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ok, will do thanks.
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Default 09-17-2019, 08:11 PM

Hey guys, just took another log, map 1 2k to redline, if you guys can please review, thanks.
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Default 09-18-2019, 06:53 AM

In general looks okay.

Timing looks good, as does boost (slightly over target, but not bad)

HPFP might start to be an issue as you jump up in maps- trims are hovering in the 40s too.

What is your fuel mix?


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Default 09-18-2019, 07:48 PM

pump 93. Planning on mixing in some e85 occasionally.
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Default 09-20-2019, 07:28 AM

You can start to introduce some e if you want.

Just be mindful of fuel trims & your HPFP

Most start with e30 or so


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Default 09-20-2019, 08:37 AM

hey Dave,

got some since last log, post *** sensors were mixed, which probably caused high trims, and also leaky injector in cyl 4.
Repaired issues this morning, so i will take another log and report back.

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Default 09-20-2019, 10:25 AM

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hey Dave,

got some since last log, post *** sensors were mixed, which probably caused high trims, and also leaky injector in cyl 4.
Repaired issues this morning, so i will take another log and report back.

thanks!


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Default 09-22-2019, 04:49 PM

Hey Guys, here are some logs of map1 and map6 after repairing some of the issues. i think the fuel trims look much better. Pleases take a look.
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Default 09-22-2019, 10:31 PM

I am fairly amateur at analyzing hybrid logs, but your map 1 looks good to me aside from somewhat high IAT (not sure your locale).

Your map 6 is definitely too much boost for the fuel. Pulling lots of timing, trims are maxed, and your HPFP is dipping below 9. For map 6 you should probably run more E and drop the boost, maybe to 21 psi for your next log?

You aren't Port injected are you? I think for that high of boost you will start needing to look into that for fueling. Someone correct me if I am wrong. your HPFP is struggling at 25 psi, but I believe that is totally normal without PI (you need PI for this).
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Default 09-23-2019, 07:32 AM

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Hey Guys, here are some logs of map1 and map6 after repairing some of the issues. i think the fuel trims look much better. Pleases take a look.
What are you using for fueling?

Your map 6 looks a mess- timing corrections & trims nearly max out. Need to back things down


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Default 09-23-2019, 09:40 AM

This was on 93 oct. jb4 hybrid turbo pump bef on setup base settings. no port injection for now, just a walbro 450 lpfp in tank. What do you recommend for now, with out port injection? What should i adjust exactly. i have been running on map 1, just threw in a map 6 to see. How does the map 1 log look?
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This was on 93 oct. jb4 hybrid turbo pump bef on setup base settings. no port injection for now, just a walbro 450 lpfp in tank. What do you recommend for now, with out port injection? What should i adjust exactly. i have been running on map 1, just threw in a map 6 to see. How does the map 1 log look?
You can introduce some ethanol if you want. If you just want to see the corrections go away- throw in 1-2 gallons of e85.

If you want to run ethanol in general- meausre your e-content @ the pump & let's start w. E30 or so.


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Ok, will do. Am i safe with 93 oct in map1? And just add ethanol with map 6? And also when adding ethanol should i use e85 bef?
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Ok, will do. Am i safe with 93 oct in map1? And just add ethanol with map 6? And also when adding ethanol should i use e85 bef?
You can run e30 maybe e40 on the pump bef. If you decide to go e40 or more youll need the E85 bef.


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Ok, will do. Am i safe with 93 oct in map1? And just add ethanol with map 6? And also when adding ethanol should i use e85 bef?
You can run e85 on any of the maps, not just 6

Our pump flash is ok for up to around e30/40


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