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Default BMW X2 Fresh Install Log Review - 12-08-2018, 03:05 PM

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Just installed the JB4 for my BMW X2 B46 engine.

Would love to get a review of my logs to ensure everything is running smooth.

On stock cats, 91 pump fuel.

MAP 0 WOT

.csv Log

Map 1 WOT

.csv Log

MAP 1 WOT #2

.csv log

Map 1 driving around (various WOT, aggressive driving)

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Default 12-08-2018, 03:34 PM

For logs we need the CSV files, not the photos.


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Default 12-08-2018, 07:44 PM

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For logs we need the CSV files, not the photos.
Hey Terry, I included the csv logs right beneath each photo.
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Default 12-08-2018, 08:05 PM

Doesn't download. Sorry seems sort of a lot of work went in to it, was a total waste of your time. Just attach the CSV files to the post directly.


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Default 12-08-2018, 10:59 PM

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Doesn't download. Sorry seems sort of a lot of work went in to it, was a total waste of your time. Just attach the CSV files to the post directly.
Ok, uploaded directly:
  • Map 1 aggressive drive around
  • Map 1 WOT
  • Map 0 WOT

Btw Terry, let me know if you'd like me to do a proper log--3rd/4th gear WOT 2K to redline.

Thanks.
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File Type: csv map 1 drive around.csv (41.0 KB, 88 views)
File Type: csv map 1 wot 2nd.csv (5.2 KB, 93 views)
File Type: csv wot map 0.csv (8.6 KB, 90 views)
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Default 12-09-2018, 02:03 PM

Here is the log for map 1 4th gear WOT pull from 2,000 rpm
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Set TMAP = 0 as boost is not logging accurately as you have it set on the MINI firmware.

Alternatively If you want to test the updated X2 firmware, load the attached, TMAP can stay at 1 (it will lock on that anyway), and then you have to select bit3 on the WMI page which is mislabeled "DTML WMI Input", turn that bit on and save, and log.
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File Type: hex JB4_B48_B58_11_TEST4.hex (79.2 KB, 98 views)


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Default 12-09-2018, 04:13 PM

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Set TMAP = 0 as boost is not logging accurately as you have it set on the MINI firmware.

Alternatively If you want to test the updated X2 firmware, load the attached, TMAP can stay at 1 (it will lock on that anyway), and then you have to select bit3 on the WMI page which is mislabeled "DTML WMI Input", turn that bit on and save, and log.
Here you go Terry, same firmware, TMAP=0, Boost failsafe changed to 21psi.

Same 4th gear 2K rpm WOT pull
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Default 12-09-2018, 04:40 PM

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Set TMAP = 0 as boost is not logging accurately as you have it set on the MINI firmware.

Alternatively If you want to test the updated X2 firmware, load the attached, TMAP can stay at 1 (it will lock on that anyway), and then you have to select bit3 on the WMI page which is mislabeled "DTML WMI Input", turn that bit on and save, and log.
Terry is this a firmware update for cas equipped with the b38 mini engine?
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Here you go Terry, same firmware, TMAP=0, Boost failsafe changed to 21psi.

Same 4th gear 2K rpm WOT pull
Good, looks as expected to me!


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Default 12-12-2018, 03:02 AM

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Good, looks as expected to me!
Hi Terry,

Can you please check this log?

down pipe, Map 2, 91 octane.
4th gear WOT pull from 2,000 rpm.
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Default 12-19-2018, 09:49 AM

Some timing drops but overall looks solid to me.
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Default 12-19-2018, 11:58 AM

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Some timing drops but overall looks solid to me.
Thank you Terry.

What can I do to fix the timing drop?

Still new to tuning and learning the ropes.
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Not much. Add more octane, lower the boost. On pump grade fuels drops are to be expected. Excessive drops indicate too much boost for the fuel quality.


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Not much. Add more octane, lower the boost. On pump grade fuels drops are to be expected. Excessive drops indicate too much boost for the fuel quality.
Should i be looking at avg_ign for that or ign_1 / ign_4?

Also do you know of any resources to learn more about what each of the acronyms in the spreadsheet mean?
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Default 12-20-2018, 11:50 AM

You'd look at actual ignition values. This specific is limited in what you can adjust so other than checking logs for obvious issues, there is limited benefit to doing any sort of in depth analysis. There just isn't much you can change.


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You'd look at actual ignition values. This specific is limited in what you can adjust so other than checking logs for obvious issues, there is limited benefit to doing any sort of in depth analysis. There just isn't much you can change.
From the values you see, is this timing drop something you see often for those running down pipe+map 2 on 91 pump? Trying to gauge how significant the issue is as I understand timing drop could be detrimental to the engine...
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Default 12-27-2018, 03:33 PM

Hi Burger Tuning,

I did another pull in map 0, map 1, and map 2 from 4th gear.

Could you check if any adjustments need to be changed?
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File Type: csv map 0 4 gr 2k wot.csv (9.6 KB, 86 views)
File Type: csv new map 1 2k 4gr wot.csv (11.1 KB, 91 views)
File Type: csv new map 2 4 gr 2k wot.csv (10.4 KB, 82 views)
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