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Default Logs for review - 06-02-2019, 05:33 PM

I just flashed MHD backend USA Pump. 93 octane in tank.
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Default 06-03-2019, 12:27 AM

Overall looks pretty good!


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Default 06-03-2019, 04:15 AM

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Overall looks pretty good!
Thank you for looking. I thought the timing dropped pretty drastically no?


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Default 06-03-2019, 09:45 AM

Looks pretty typical to me.
All 6 cylinders are tight together, no hits.




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Wheels: 322 | Tires: R.275/35r18, F.245/40r18
TUNE: JB4/Trebila | 24 PSI | 100% Meth via dual BM5 | 94 Octane
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Default 06-03-2019, 12:28 PM

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Thank you for looking. I thought the timing dropped pretty drastically no?
Some small corrections are inevitable- imo this looks solid


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Default 06-12-2019, 04:14 AM

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Some small corrections are inevitable- imo this looks solid
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Looks pretty typical to me.
All 6 cylinders are tight together, no hits.

Couple quick questions.

1. If I dont have meth injection should the meth reading on the log show 100?

2. Same for E85 no ethanol in tank and it says 42.

3. What are the MHD with JB4 map boost levels. Does it go up 2psi per map?

4. I feel like my car is a little sluggish, doesnt have the power I thought it would. I am thinking the timing advance is a little low, I dont want to damage anything but feels like it could handle a little more. Is there a way to adjust it or is that not advised?


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Default 06-17-2019, 12:23 PM

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Couple quick questions.

1. If I dont have meth injection should the meth reading on the log show 100?

2. Same for E85 no ethanol in tank and it says 42.

3. What are the MHD with JB4 map boost levels. Does it go up 2psi per map?

4. I feel like my car is a little sluggish, doesnt have the power I thought it would. I am thinking the timing advance is a little low, I dont want to damage anything but feels like it could handle a little more. Is there a way to adjust it or is that not advised?
Can anyone answer my questions?


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Default 06-17-2019, 12:50 PM

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Couple quick questions.

1. If I dont have meth injection should the meth reading on the log show 100?

2. Same for E85 no ethanol in tank and it says 42.

3. What are the MHD with JB4 map boost levels. Does it go up 2psi per map?

4. I feel like my car is a little sluggish, doesnt have the power I thought it would. I am thinking the timing advance is a little low, I dont want to damage anything but feels like it could handle a little more. Is there a way to adjust it or is that not advised?
1- thats fine

2- also fine- but check your user settings

3- JB4:
Map 0: Stock bypass.
Map 1: 13psi. Suggested for most racing applications.
Map 2: 14.5psi. Suggested for those with intake and other bolt on modifications with 93 RM2 or higher octane.
Map 3: Progressive WMI water injection mapping with failsafe.
Map 4: Stock map w/ CAN active. Allows full logging and in dash gauges on the stock mapping.
Map 5: Autotuning map. Boost ranges between 12-17psi based on your cars octane, conditions, and modifications. E85 compatible. If using E85 we suggest around 30% to start. Refer to the E85 FAQ for addl info. Resets to 93 octane level adaptions when selected and adjusts itself up or down from there.
Map 6: User defined map generally only used for diagnostics or troubleshooting.
Map 7: Race gas map. 18.5psi peak boost on the G5 ISO. Requires straight 100-104+ RM2 octane unleaded racing fuel. Never run leaded fuel. To use this map with E85 requires the E85 back end flash, inline booster fuel pump, and a 40%+ E85 mix, per E85 FAQ.
Map8: Valet low boost map. May trigger 30FF under boost code in cars not also equipped with the back end flash map.

4) you can adjust - however your biggest limit is octane at this point/93


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