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Default Stinger JB4 Map 2 93 octane logs - 07-14-2019, 07:36 PM

Hi guys, I just got a couple 0 to ~80 logs. On the first log, I heard an odd sound between first and second gear. I've heard odd sounds before, but this sounded like it was related to either the intake, diverter valve, or maybe the wastegate. Any idea what that sound could be? The logs show AFR spike to 17 right when I heard the sound. Not sure if that's related or not.

Also, in general, how do these logs look?

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Stinger GT2 AWD.
Denso plugs gapped to .022 (purchased from BMS).
JB4 Map 2, 93 octane from a Shell station
72 degree ambient temp.
oil and coolant was up to full operating temp before the pulls.
Stock car, otherwise.
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Default 07-15-2019, 01:24 PM

Another important detail: I don't have the fuel wires installed.
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Default 07-16-2019, 09:14 AM

Logs are looking good to me.

Timing, AFR, and boost is all spot on. Next mod is to install those fuel wires!
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Default 07-16-2019, 09:34 AM

Thanks for taking a look, Payam! I'm ready with my credit card as soon as you guys post those plug and play fuel wire cables on your site

Any idea what the air sound could be between shifts? Only happens on Map 2 so I'm assuming it's related to running a higher boost level. Can boost dump through the diverter valve between shifts? Or can that only happen if the throttle closes?

I'm just trying to narrow it down as it's not something I can test in a garage with the hood open haha.
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