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Default Updated 335is dyno - 05-22-2013, 05:13 PM

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Had a chance to dyno a 335is today. He's running JB4 G5 (ISO_21 firmware), a new backend flash we made a couple weeks ago for DCT cars, BMS *********, BMS DCI, BMS CP, ETS IC, E40, and a BMS meth kit. All runs were done on map 7 which targets 18.5psi peak tapering to 14.5psi at redline. Runs were done in 5th gear and temps were in the high 70s.

Car performed flawlessly on the dyno and set a new N54 stock turbo power record. It's a touch over advanced for E40 @ ~6300rpm but the owner plans to run E50 and shifts around 6000rpm anyway, so we decided to leave it as is for now. We'll collect some additional road logs for further evaluation. The car is an absolute beast and he reports no DCT trans slippage.
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Default 05-22-2013, 06:26 PM

Terry why is the boost low? I'd assume with E40 and meth, you can run 20psi midrange.


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Nice whats different on iso 21?


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Default 05-23-2013, 12:47 AM

why would you run Map 7, when you have meth or was meth flowing on all maps ?

Is Map 7 with meth better than map three with a 70% additive?


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Default 05-23-2013, 08:41 AM

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Terry why is the boost low? I'd assume with E40 and meth, you can run 20psi midrange.
There is plenty more boost on tap down low, but since this is a DCT trans, we decided to keep it a bit on the "conservative" side.


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Nice whats different on iso 21?
Basically raised the duty cycle limit for people who are pushing stock turbos to their limit.


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why would you run Map 7, when you have meth or was meth flowing on all maps ?

Is Map 7 with meth better than map three with a 70% additive?
He's running E50 and our flash so can run map 7 without meth. And instead just uses the meth for cooling. So no safety is required. Map 7 happens to very nicely match the factory turbo power curve. It's 18.5psi tapering to 14.5psi at redline.

Map 3 has less taper and more boost down low. So in theory has more power & torque potential. But since we're turbo limited basically map 7 & map 3 + 60-70 additive tend to perform about the same.


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Default turbos - 05-23-2013, 10:54 AM

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He's running E50 and our flash so can run map 7 without meth. And instead just uses the meth for cooling. So no safety is required. Map 7 happens to very nicely match the factory turbo power curve. It's 18.5psi tapering to 14.5psi at redline.

Map 3 has less taper and more boost down low. So in theory has more power & torque potential. But since we're turbo limited basically map 7 & map 3 + 60-70 additive tend to perform about the same.
Could you do something similar for someone running Rb's? Meth doesn't give me the warm fuzzies. I do have e85 on tap and would like to run meth as a cooling factor. I wld like to see 480-490whp range and your backend flash with the 455 walbro? Rb install underway right now
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Could you do something similar for someone running Rb's? Meth doesn't give me the warm fuzzies. I do have e85 on tap and would like to run meth as a cooling factor. I wld like to see 480-490whp range and your backend flash with the 455 walbro? Rb install underway right now
Sure just do a custom map 6, set meth additive to 0, and then meth will turn on while targeting your map 6 values. Something like 19psi tapering to 17psi at redline should do it.


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Default 05-23-2013, 11:12 AM

So 480-490 is possible then without having to tune for the meth?
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So 480-490 is possible then without having to tune for the meth?
You can tune for E85 only to around 480rw, then just use the meth on top for cooling and fuel system support.


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You are a good candidate for our back end flash. Since you are using E85 or race gas we can ramp up those advance targets, firm up the DCT, and probably add 30hp in the process.


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I am actually on the way to my car RIGHT NOW to update the hex.

Anything else I need to do? I saw on the other thread to check the FutureUse setting.
And, I assume I can still run the fixed MAP6 you gave me. My car likes it with the E85.


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I am actually on the way to my car RIGHT NOW to update the hex.

Anything else I need to do? I saw on the other thread to check the FutureUse setting.
And, I assume I can still run the fixed MAP6 you gave me. My car likes it with the E85.
You're thinking of the JB4 firmware... The back end flash is something else all together. Normally it's reserved for large turbo and heavy E85 cars but the 335is cars running E85 or race gas mixtures also greatly benefit from it.


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What tire size and brand is he running?


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What tire size and brand is he running?
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