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Default 06-28-2020, 11:05 AM

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3.5 bars and harness from serg at n63
Sergey uses the same 3.5bar sensors and harnesses that BMS is selling, and thatís what I have


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Default 06-28-2020, 11:08 AM

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Sergey uses the same 3.5bar sensors and harnesses that BMS is selling, and thatís what I have
Oh ok . I had this prob before swapping them
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Oh ok . I had this prob before swapping them
Swapped them out before receiving the intakes, they were bad anyway

But my problem is kinda weird... donít know what to do next since evry sensor that could potentially be part of the problem has been replaced already


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Hello Terry, just saw that on the JB4 app we can update to N63_4_T1 and here you are still pushing N63_3_T2...

What are the differences and is it a bug in the app?

Also, 2 ę*problems I have:

I just got an ARM intake and I am getting rough ignition on low rpm and sometimes I get a CEL for rich mixture. How can I play with the AFR to get it to stay happy all across the rpm range?

It seems that I have a 2-3psi difference between bank 1 and bank 2, is there a way to adjust this?

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When you installed the new intake, you didn't crack the breather hose that runs from the valve cover to the turbo inlet tubes did you? They get brittle and are very easy to damage.
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When you installed the new intake, you didn't crack the breather hose that runs from the valve cover to the turbo inlet tubes did you? They get brittle and are very easy to damage.
Donít really know which hose youíre mentioning, do you have a picture or part number... All my hoses seem to be fine and only one I have to move around was the one in the picture
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Donít really know which hose youíre mentioning, do you have a picture or part number... All my hoses seem to be fine and only one I have to move around was the one in the picture
This is the hose I was referring to.
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This is the hose I was referring to.
I donít think so, didnít get near those hoses for my intake install. Iíll check it maybe tomorrow, I need to get my engine bay cleaned up, sheís looking like a hoe


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I donít think so, didnít get near those hoses for my intake install. Iíll check it maybe tomorrow, I need to get my engine bay cleaned up, sheís looking like a hoe
You get it running better ?
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You get it running better ?
Nope, I really donít understand this, I think I will have to reinstall the oem airbox and see if it changes anything. Is not, itís either a leak, a sensor or the JB4


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You get it running better ?
Finally had time to reinstall my oem airboxes, no more rich mixture, no more low rpm issues...

ARM intakes are really ****!

At least I got an rma for full refund and paid shipping


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Question 07-16-2020, 10:28 PM

Can someone explain what are the changes in JB4_N63_OBDII_3_T4.hex

Canít find any info on this and the last updated explanation we have on the first page are for the T2 version...

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Default 07-27-2020, 11:39 AM

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Can someone explain what are the changes in JB4_N63_OBDII_3_T4.hex

Canít find any info on this and the last updated explanation we have on the first page are for the T2 version...

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I noticed some menu changes.

Also I noticed that it won't let you log in the log file name with the gear you start in like T2 did. Wish that could be added back.
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Just noticed the the dyno file from the first page says it used E30 and not 91-93 octane... No wonder the baseline is 408whp... Thats even higher than the motor produces at the crank ahah

So on 91-93 octane you wouldn't see a 100whp bump, but more like a 60-70whp... which isn't great for the price. Been talking with a tuner and that's what they see on pump gas with the JB4


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Default 09-22-2020, 09:03 PM

Can you guys scope my log out please. Sorry I'm new to jb4 and this n63 that I just got. Car is stock except n63intake ,Megan mufflers and jb4.

Been having a intermittent on and off 118101code also. Have new mafs, new pcvs and new turbo inlet gaskets.

Thanks for any help or insight ��
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Depends on the vintage. Newer N63TU systems are PWG v2 and would not be N63 compatible.
Can you please check my log above
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Is it normal to hit 20psi lol asking that terry guy for a friend��*♀️������*♂️

On a serious note terry is 91 octane gas bone stock supposed to be hitting 18-20psi? I’m obviously not complaining just wondering what I could do with a 3.5 bar map
Setup and e30....
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Default Is this all the jb4 does? - 10-09-2020, 11:36 AM

What kind of boost are you guys hitting, I was expecting a constant 17. Can someone help me utilize this piggyback Iím trying to take my car to the next level I already have ********* I need to install and want to run a flex fuel e60 mix setup and max the turbos out at 24psi with 2 step colder plugs and eldor coils and a meth injection kit.
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Default 10-09-2020, 12:59 PM

Would need to attach the CSV, not a photo of it.


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Would need to attach the CSV, not a photo of it.
How do I do this Iím brand new to the jb4 platform, thanks in advance I know how gay it can be to sell a tuning deal for something like the n63 but your guys product is rocking my world so yeah thanks in advance
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Default 10-09-2020, 01:04 PM

Terry any bcm laying around for the n63 you wanna sell ?
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Terry any bcm laying around for the n63 you wanna sell ?
For the N63 we no longer support the BCM or any ECU wires, just not worth the headache on the support side. Wouldn't sell one if we had one, which we don't.


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Lmao ok ok .
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For the N63 we no longer support the BCM or any ECU wires, just not worth the headache on the support side. Wouldn't sell one if we had one, which we don't.
Here you go I figured it out lol thanks for your time
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Here you go I figured it out lol thanks for your time
Looks all normal here!
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Is it normal to hit 20psi lol asking that terry guy for a friend��*♀️������*♂️

On a serious note terry is 91 octane gas bone stock supposed to be hitting 18-20psi? Iím obviously not complaining just wondering what I could do with a 3.5 bar map
Setup and e30....
A 3.5bar TMAP would be useless with stock turbos, you would need to upgrade them. If you think you have problems with your TMAPs, just replace them eith oem


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