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Default 18 Stinger GT JB4 Logs-Please help! - 06-23-2022, 12:35 PM

Hi Guys,

I'm new to this and could use some expertise here, can someone take a look at my logs. I'm wanting to make sure everything is good to go before I decide to take my stinger down to Arkansas. I plan on taking it down from WI to Fayetteville, AR which is gonna be about a 1400 mile total trip (700 there 700 back) next week Friday for J4 Week. If anyone also has experience with long distance traveling with a modded car, would this be fine taking it down that far? I do not plan on doing anything crazy with it, just daily driving.

I have 2 logs, one for Map1 (1527) and the other for Map2 (1545), I did not do any manual shifting I just let the computer handle it.

What I currently have done to my 2018 3.3L Kia Stinger GT (RWD).
MBRP Exhaust
Jun BL Secondary *********
BMS 3.3L Dual intakes
HKS M45iL Spark Plugs gapped to .022 (as this was what I kept seeing as recommended gap)
JB4 (I did not install the EWG wire that JB4 offers)
I only run Octane 93 and do not plan on doing any sort of mixes. Goal is to run Map1 or Map2 comfortably without any issues.
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Default 06-23-2022, 01:30 PM

Seems normal for pump gas. Add in EWG connectors and set FF to bring boost down a bit, may trigger over boost limp like this with the exhaust.


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Default 06-23-2022, 08:10 PM

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Seems normal for pump gas. Add in EWG connectors and set FF to bring boost down a bit, may trigger over boost limp like this with the exhaust.

Deleted my previous comment, wanted to clarify things a bit more.

Would I run into any issues if I were to take my stinger from WI to Arkansas without the EWG connectors? I would not be pushing my car just regular driving.

Or would it be safer to install the EWG wires before I take my stinger down for that long trip?

Thanks again for the quick response, hope to hear from you soon on my other questions.
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