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Default 06-24-2019, 07:43 PM

Log map1 to start.


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Terry, I have already run with map 1,2 and 3. Right now I use map 3 and my car runs very fast but I would like to know if I can use map 4 and 5 with 93 octane petrol from Mexico Mobil. I have no problem
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Is there a specific timestamp on the map1 log you noticed the issue come up so I can focus in on the details?
Can you Look at 1700, 3150 and 4120. I would only notice at on Area on track, when in 5th WOT. I would get one or two jerks like running out of gas for a second
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Whatí up guys am new to the jb4 I love it so far and I been looking at
All these posts itís been really helpful.. I have A type r I just put it on map 4 30 percent e85 four gallons and the rest 93 oct is this safe ??
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Default Yesterday, 08:22 AM

I would advise you to log map 1 and gradually build up once it has been properly reviewed , As type R has fueling issues it struggles with e85 blends. I can't believe nobody has done logs with ethanol yet but run it anyway without really knowing what's going on in there.
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Whatí up guys am new to the jb4 I love it so far and I been looking at
All these posts itís been really helpful.. I have A type r I just put it on map 4 30 percent e85 four gallons and the rest 93 oct is this safe ??
Our testing with the R showed fuel pressure issues even on map1 with enough E85. So I'd have to see your specific logs for tuning advice! Some cars seem to be able to get away with it.


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Can you Look at 1700, 3150 and 4120. I would only notice at on Area on track, when in 5th WOT. I would get one or two jerks like running out of gas for a second
Just sort of scanning along I can't see anything obvious in the logs. One test might be to use map6 to enter say 2.0 across the board and evaluate under similar conditions. Could it just be spark blow out from too large of a plug gap?
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