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Default RS3 - 07-13-2019, 09:07 AM

Map 4 runs spot on with 102, has anyone ran Map 5 on non-ethanol fuel? Thinking of turning things up tonight😈
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Default 07-13-2019, 05:06 PM

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Map 4 runs spot on with 102, has anyone ran Map 5 on non-ethanol fuel? Thinking of turning things up tonight😈
Log it and shoot it over. Sent you email as well.


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One more question George. Do the built in safety features have much bearing on stock ecu files? I noticed you guys talking about it a lot in relation to custom flashes. Sounds fantastic to have an extra layer or protection built in. What of stock tunes? Is this necessary?

I apologize for the noobish questions, but I want to understand your product before i drop money into it. Questions of tuning. I assume you have OTS tunes ready to program the JB4 depending on octane and supporting mods. Does Burger offer additional tweaks to the OTS files for my specific car? Obviously every car is slightly different and will likely need some adjustments from car to car on one of your files. How does that work? Is there cost for each adjustment? Thank you



That's great news and a great strategy. Thanks for sharing. Seems very reasonable.
The four OTS files are pretty well sorted and rarely do we need to go to map 6. WE can view your logs though and move to that if necessary.
Any additional safety added is beneficial. The ECU is relatively fast to react but it does this based on stock boost values. For example with AFR lean protection the JB4 would react faster than the ECU would as they seem to have put the trigger point for a engine check light relatively high.


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Default 07-13-2019, 11:34 PM

Am I crazy, or did the JB4 product offering for this platform just change to Rev 2? When I was first looking at it less than a month ago I don’t remember that.
Is this a result of the new board that was being tested? If so, does that mean the fix worked?
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Default 07-13-2019, 11:49 PM

Don't know but it looks like the BCM is now integrated.


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Default 07-14-2019, 04:51 AM

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Am I crazy, or did the JB4 product offering for this platform just change to Rev 2? When I was first looking at it less than a month ago I donít remember that.
Is this a result of the new board that was being tested? If so, does that mean the fix worked?
Hasn't been solved. We have integrated the BCM module into the circuit board now.


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Default 07-15-2019, 09:11 PM

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Hasn't been solved. We have integrated the BCM module into the circuit board now.
Ok, that makes sense. Unfortunate the issue is still there, but maybe I can help log some stuff to narrow it down. I just picked up a Rev 2 unit today that my dealer just received. Probably get around to installing it this week or next sometime.
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