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Default 06-16-2019, 08:30 AM

Cool I was going to do catch can but I can wait��keep me informed.any idea on pricing?
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Default 06-16-2019, 02:06 PM

But where is the BMS Intercooler?

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But where is the BMS Intercooler?

There are 150 cores sitting in our warehouse waiting for the end tanks to be welded on.


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Default 06-17-2019, 09:31 AM

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Cool I was going to do catch can but I can wait��keep me informed.any idea on pricing?
It obsoletes catch cans... $199 retail, little less on an intro price for the first 20 units. Won't be too long batch is in production.


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Default 06-17-2019, 05:41 PM

@terry, will the catch cans be available in black? It would be super stealth..
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Yes they will all be anodized black! This is just our prototype.


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Default 06-19-2019, 11:38 PM

Just reinstalled JB4 after service; haven't put intakes back on yet.

Terry, will you take a look at this log please?
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Seems OK so far but lets see a longer run, with boost limiting this is more like a stock log.
Could you explain what you mean by boost limiting? Do the fuel wires only really benefit so you can tell from a log past a certain MPH?

What type of run would you recommend I do to confirm fuel wires are working properly?
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Default 06-20-2019, 08:26 AM

^ it’s not speed but rather higher RPM’s. So do some aggressive runs getting those up...not necessarily going crazy fast.

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Default 06-20-2019, 08:57 AM

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Could you explain what you mean by boost limiting? Do the fuel wires only really benefit so you can tell from a log past a certain MPH?

What type of run would you recommend I do to confirm fuel wires are working properly?
Boost reduced in lower gears for traction based on your settings.

Something at higher speed so I can see full boost and higher RPM. Like 40-90, on a safe private track, of course.


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Moved all Johnnhp's 2L Sonata engine issue and related posts to their own thread: https://www.n54tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=58498


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Default 06-20-2019, 10:28 AM

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Just reinstalled JB4 after service; haven't put intakes back on yet.

Terry, will you take a look at this log please?
Looks fine to me! We have newer v10 firmware posted now too.
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Default 06-20-2019, 10:19 PM

Alrighty, as requested...

Today I received and installed the Differential Brace for the Kia Stinger GT1 RWD platform. I am going to break this down into a few pieces so here we go.

1. INSTALL
WITH THE RIGHT TOOLS, this should take no more then 30 minutes, however with me I was missing both a 14 and 15 mm wrench so I went to auto zone and grabbed them. Once I had them it was smooth sailing from there. Take off the 4 14mm nuts that are on the differential and then put the brace on, tighten them just enough so you have some play. Then put the L shaped brace on along with the back plate that goes into the car. Not sure how to explain that any better. Once everything is in, tighten them and go enjoy yourself.

2. THE DRIVING EXPERIENCE
Just going based off my car here. The car handles extremely well, going from a dead stop it actually gripped the road a lot better. I can't speak for everyone here, but my stinger has 450 wheel horsepower and 500 wheel torque, so I was actually (pleasantly) surprised with how quickly and how well the car got going. No complaints here, I am very happy with the product and if you do not have one yet... Id recommend it!

Any questions feel free to reach out on my instagram @goldmember_gt Ill be happy to answer.. or you can reach out to the BMS squad of Terry and Payam, both are awesome and will gladly help out when needed.

NEXT STEP WATER METHANOL INJECTION BABY

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Default 06-21-2019, 02:01 AM

Will it make the car faster from a rolling start?
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Glad to hear! We've shipped a few of the Stinger diff braces now with pretty good feedback.


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Default 06-21-2019, 02:27 PM

Hey guys, are there any updates on the following.

1. "catch can kit". I have a couple people lined up for it whenever you guys are ready to roll
2. Pure turbo testing... has anything new popped up there yet?
3. Fuel pump system? Is that still in the works? that should be huge when that comes out

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Default 06-23-2019, 08:46 AM

1) We have a batch of 20 in production.. Will post them as soon as they are ready for sale. Should be soon!
2) Not worked on that in months. Last I heard FFP was trying to get the flash side worked out so we could continue tuning. Not sure where it left off but you'd have to check with them. At this point I can't suggest larger turbos until there is a solid flash map to go with them we can use to fine tune off.
3) I'm still biting my tongue on this one, still a little more testing to do, and then we'll post the results of our testing and CPI.


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Default 06-23-2019, 08:47 AM

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Will it make the car faster from a rolling start?
The diff brace? That depends on traction. I think it provides the most benefit during sudden transitions like launching, sharp cornering, on/off/on throttle, etc.


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Default 06-23-2019, 10:18 AM

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Yes let's get the plugs done and revisit map2!

Plugs are done, but I am still seeing the dramatic drop in throttle when shifting gears... it usually happens between 1st and 2nd, but sometimes 2nd and 3rd too. Only happens when in Map1 or higher. In Map0, the throttle stays at 100 the whole time. Logs of Map2 and Map0 showing this are attached.

Any ideas? Thanks Terry.



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Default 06-23-2019, 10:25 AM

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Plugs are done, but I am still seeing the dramatic drop in throttle when shifting gears... it usually happens between 1st and 2nd, but sometimes 2nd and 3rd too. Only happens when in Map1 or higher. In Map0, the throttle stays at 100 the whole time. Logs of Map2 and Map0 showing this are attached.

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I had the same issue. It is a pain in the butt to figure out the best settings on the 2.0T and how it is very inconsistent. Map2 worked for me until it didn't. Map1 worked for me until it became inconsistent.
The most consistent is +3psi across the board. Occasionally you can up it back to Map2 and it will work fine until it craps out again.
Map6 is the way to go. You can up it to +5psi in a couple of spots under 3,500rpm but keep logging and see where in the rpm range it dips and lower the boost level there until you get consistent runs.
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Default 06-23-2019, 11:29 AM

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Plugs are done, but I am still seeing the dramatic drop in throttle when shifting gears... it usually happens between 1st and 2nd, but sometimes 2nd and 3rd too. Only happens when in Map1 or higher. In Map0, the throttle stays at 100 the whole time. Logs of Map2 and Map0 showing this are attached.

Any ideas? Thanks Terry.

There isn't any throttle drop here. Notice how boost in the manifold behind the throttle (psi2) mirrors boost in front of the throttle.

Looks like the movement in the log is when the engine started to kiss the rev limiter during the shift process on the 1-2.
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Default 06-25-2019, 03:30 PM

Terry, can you checkout this log for me? I upgraded from a 2.0T Stinger to a 3.3TT and want to make sure everything looks right.

Note this is without the fuel wires.

Thanks for your help.
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Just ordered my JB4 for my stinger this is my first experience with this type of set up and Burger Motorsport one question I have and Im not 100% is if I will be able to take this to my tuner and have a full ground up custom tune (fine if not) or if it is only adjustable to a point I live in Colorado and in the past on other platforms I have had issues with off the shelf maps running right with the altitude ect. also any tips and tricks will be appreciated I'm excited to get rolling thanks guys!

PS: I have the 3.3tt

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Terry, can you checkout this log for me? I upgraded from a 2.0T Stinger to a 3.3TT and want to make sure everything looks right.

Note this is without the fuel wires.

Thanks for your help.
Nice upgrade! Looks fine to me.


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Just ordered my JB4 for my stinger this is my first experience with this type of set up and Burger Motorsport one question I have and Im not 100% is if I will be able to take this to my tuner and have a full ground up custom tune (fine if not) or if it is only adjustable to a point I live in Colorado and in the past on other platforms I have had issues with off the shelf maps running right with the altitude ect. also any tips and tricks will be appreciated I'm excited to get rolling thanks guys!

PS: I have the 3.3tt
Main thing at elevation is to keep boost reasonable as the turbos will be working harder. Start with map1 and go from there. No special custom tuning is needed.


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