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Default 05-21-2019, 01:31 PM

Quick question for you guys/Terry. I'm currently running a JB4 w/fuel wires (map5), intakes, secondary down-pipe, and muffler delete. I was hoping to install primary down-pipe such as the link below. I know in the past people have had issues with running into limp mode among other issues with the added flow. Would the JB4 resolve these issues? Thank you for the help!

https://www.khartunerz.com/NGT-Perfo...ry_p_4164.html


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Default 05-21-2019, 03:49 PM

Not a fan of primary ** deletes for various reasons. May work fine may not work, it's a mixed bag I think.


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Default 05-21-2019, 04:04 PM

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Not a fan of primary ** deletes for various reasons. May work fine may not work, it's a mixed bag I think.
Thank you for the insight, Terry. I certainly don't want to base a purchase on a maybe and that is why I asked.

Jb4 and the car have run without issues btw. Thanks for a great product, it certainly brings the Stinger to life


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Default 05-21-2019, 05:42 PM

Terry
How do u feel about primarys w hfc
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Default Yesterday, 02:22 PM

It sounds like the latest JB4 controller for the 3.3T (Stinger/G70) already has the fuel wires preinstalled now (into the wiring harness I'd assume?). Does a person still have the need to pierce the wires on the left and right side of the car for the red wires? Or is it all now integrated and plug and play which means no need to pierce those red wires for the fuel wires??

If the above scenario is true, can the previous JB4 controllers be upgraded to the newer design that incorporates the fuel wires in it? Basically my goal would be to get the simple plug and play of the new controller without having to run those fuel wires or piercing any wires (but obviously getting the benefit of the same functionality built into the new wiring harness).

Thx!
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Default Yesterday, 04:04 PM

Can you take a look at my map 2 log? I installed the JB4 last night with M45iL plugs gaped at 0.22. I just ordered the Denso 5346 plugs and will probably run those instead. Im at about 6200' elevation if that makes a difference. Also, using 91 octane w/ booster to 94 octane.

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Default Yesterday, 04:09 PM

Hey Terry. Any update on the work Fuelit was doing on the car?
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Will you eventually have dyno figures for the Veloster N
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