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Thank you very much, very helpful post!
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Default 10-15-2013, 10:26 AM

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How to build the table or how to come up with the table values?

I assume the latter..... No.
If you do not have an idea of what boost curve you want to run then it is best not to be building your on boost curves.

If you do know what curve you want to run then just load those values into the table at the indicated RPM points and the JB4 builds the curve.
Note: If spraying, the meth adder value will be added to the Map 6 base curve.

I thought you said you were happy with your car and were going to quit playing with it.

JM $0.02 but if you keep on your present course your journey will not end well.

First Thank you for the info. I am very happy with the car and I'm only asking because Terry had suggested a custom map to potentially address the issue I was having in 3rd gear. If I'm not able to determine the cause, I thought that one option would be to lower the boost target in the low rpm range of 3rd gear, not looking to increase it. I agree with you about pushing the engine further not ending well. At this point I'm only trying to fine tune what I have, getting fuel/meth mixtures at levels that generate power and keep the engine running safely.


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Default 10-16-2013, 09:04 AM

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Ability to run higher E85 mixes....if your fuel pumps are up to the task.
Higher AFR ratios which help the fuel pump problem.
For auto transmission cars higher load targets with quicker shifts and better timing post upshift when short shifting.


You could run a custom map 6 or just run map 7 and see how it looks.
Your not going to be leaving a lot on the table with a maxed out map 5.
Thanks AZ

my 135i is stock down to the paper filter with only the Jb4G5 ISO FIRMver 23 on map 5 with 45% E85. I am seeing a max of 16.7psi with stable low fuel pressure. I assumed this is about as good as it gets with the current setup.

FMIC and AR coated ********* going on over the winter.
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Cool 10-16-2013, 07:43 PM

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Thanks AZ

my 135i is stock down to the paper filter with only the Jb4G5 ISO FIRMver 23 on map 5 with 45% E85. I am seeing a max of 16.7psi with stable low fuel pressure. I assumed this is about as good as it gets with the current setup.

FMIC and AR coated ********* going on over the winter.
Yes that is about all your going to get.... especially with E85 turning into E70.


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Default 01-20-2014, 12:26 PM

Hey Russell, for FP-L is that displayed in the csv as ffpid (N55 ISO 5.3)?

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This value typically ranges from 55-70psi. If dropping below 50psi it indicates a problem
Is this range ideal all the time or only under WOT?

My log from yesterday is attached...avg ffpid is 29...thoughts?
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Hey Russell, for FP-L is that displayed in the csv as ffpid (N55 ISO 5.3)?



Is this range ideal all the time or only under WOT?

My log from yesterday is attached...avg ffpid is 29...thoughts?
No. Sorry, FP L is not not logged for the N55.
FFpid is a calculation for the expected amount of PWM under high loads.


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So no way to tell if we're over running e85? You guys know of a n55 running or needing to run an inline?
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So no way to tell if we're over running e85? You guys know of a n55 running or needing to run an inline?
Not if you stay under 50% E85 during the summer.


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Not if you stay under 50% E85 during the summer.
Are we maxed at that? Can I try 60-75% with inline?
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Cool 01-21-2014, 10:27 AM

You can try anything you like.

You just have to live with the consequences.


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Default 01-22-2014, 06:19 PM

I don't want to purchase inline pump because of no ethanol selling in gas stations in Turkey. I just want to use ethanol when rolling in a Month to provide me a bit more power. So, should I use %30,%40 ethanol at map3 with factory fuel pump ? My car is 2007 335xi fbo+Rb turbos.
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anyone tried running jb4 on top of GIAC stg1?
Im about to buy a car that already has the giac on it

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Cool 04-03-2014, 08:10 AM

Go back to stock flash first. I believe you will not be able to save GIAC flash if you want to try other free flashes in the future.


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am making a map 6 and plan on using meth as well. With the meth settings portion does it add boost in map 6 per the methenol settings tab boost additive section or does it just go by the boost requested on the map 6 column? Basically I want to know if it will request 18 psi or 24.5 on map 6 with a meth additive of 6.5?
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How to build the table or how to come up with the table values?

I assume the latter..... No.
If you do not have an idea of what boost curve you want to run then it is best not to be building your on boost curves.

If you do know what curve you want to run then just load those values into the table at the indicated RPM points and the JB4 builds the curve.
Note: If spraying, the meth adder value will be added to the Map 6 base curve.

I thought you said you were happy with your car and were going to quit playing with it.

JM $0.02 but if you keep on your present course your journey will not end well.
I found the answer I was looking for here. Next question would be if I set the add to zero will meth still flow or do I have to set it to something low like 10 to make sure that meth flows. Thanks in advance.
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Go back to stock flash first. I believe you will not be able to save GIAC flash if you want to try other free flashes in the future.
True, but I read in another tread that the back end flash doesn't work with the 2012 N55, any updates on this?
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I found the answer I was looking for here. Next question would be if I set the add to zero will meth still flow or do I have to set it to something low like 10 to make sure that meth flows. Thanks in advance.
Meth still flow with a zero adder.


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Cool 04-08-2014, 10:15 AM

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True, but I read in another tread that the back end flash doesn't work with the 2012 N55, any updates on this?
You will have to ask Terry.


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Russell your feed back it is excellent!!!

It is possible to post my logs from tonight to help me to check if my car runs ok?


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Cool 04-09-2014, 02:33 PM

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Russell your feed back it is excellent!!!

It is possible to post my logs from tonight to help me to check if my car runs ok?
Sure... just include log and start your own thread.


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Hi Russell, I wish you well!

Could you have a look at my data and see what can be done to increase torque through the high rpms.

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http://www.n54tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=24328
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Hey guys, I have datalogs for my bmw and would love to get some help!

its a 2008 335i with COBB intercooler, Injen air intake, Borla performance exhaust, 3' high flow cats down pipe and a BOV

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Your logs are useless. Read the Stick "*** read me first ***", post csv in your own thread.
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What makes them useless? which read me are you referring to ?

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