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All of the maps are widely used, but map8 is open, and we plan to make that another user definable map in the future. In theory we could make 255 more of them but you'd have to select them via the phone/laptop and not in dash. The tach only goes up to 8000rpm.


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Default 09-02-2016, 01:42 PM

That's good to know so there is heaps more room for other stuff for future development ?

I just remember you saying you are removing map 8 temporarily earlier in the thread to make more room, I assumed there wasn't enough memory left
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Memory is an issue in certain respects but plenty of EEPROM left for storing things like custom maps. We use less than half of it currently.


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Default 09-02-2016, 03:21 PM

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Memory is an issue in certain respects but plenty of EEPROM left for storing things like custom maps. We use less than half of it currently.
Is it difficult to have the JB4 store logs somehow based on WOT or keep logging based on small size file or duration with retention internally as new feature?

It would be nice to have such feature, when you drive and if you don't have your JB4 mobile or laptop connected to log and something happen somehow you can retrieve the last log from JB4 itself for troubleshooting once you reach back home or connect your laptop or mobile,

Many of the guys get some errors while not logging then it's difficult to really know what happened, but if u can have last log saved internally you can connect and pull the log and post it.


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Default 09-02-2016, 08:19 PM

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Is it difficult to have the JB4 store logs somehow based on WOT or keep logging based on small size file or duration with retention internally as new feature?

It would be nice to have such feature, when you drive and if you don't have your JB4 mobile or laptop connected to log and something happen somehow you can retrieve the last log from JB4 itself for troubleshooting once you reach back home or connect your laptop or mobile,

Many of the guys get some errors while not logging then it's difficult to really know what happened, but if u can have last log saved internally you can connect and pull the log and post it.
Always been a great idea. I would love that feature.


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Is it difficult to have the JB4 store logs somehow based on WOT or keep logging based on small size file or duration with retention internally as new feature?

It would be nice to have such feature, when you drive and if you don't have your JB4 mobile or laptop connected to log and something happen somehow you can retrieve the last log from JB4 itself for troubleshooting once you reach back home or connect your laptop or mobile,

Many of the guys get some errors while not logging then it's difficult to really know what happened, but if u can have last log saved internally you can connect and pull the log and post it.
We've got space for maps and stuff but there isn't enough space for data. Except maybe 3 seconds before a CEL or something like that if we wanted to do the work to implement something like that.


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Default 09-02-2016, 11:39 PM

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We've got space for maps and stuff but there isn't enough space for data. Except maybe 3 seconds before a CEL or something like that if we wanted to do the work to implement something like that.
How hard would it be to upgrade the jb4 to have more memory, would it be as easy as to change one of the chips like the antilag chip
For lets say auto fault logging so it records 3s before and after the fault or would it be far more complex than that ?
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How hard would it be to upgrade the jb4 to have more memory, would it be as easy as to change one of the chips like the antilag chip
For lets say auto fault logging so it records 3s before and after the fault or would it be far more complex than that ?
Also maybe future JB4 can have the option even if not internal memory it can have a small cam for SD card maybe that you can insert to store in as mentioned above similar to antilag


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Default 09-04-2016, 03:53 AM

can anyone tell me what the boost gauge hijacking reads at? is it still 0-20psi?

If I'm targeting 28psi seem's a touch pointless is all. anyone able to confirm?


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Default 09-04-2016, 08:12 AM

"Duck", would you be so kind and give me a quick rundown on your Power Glide 2-speed tranny?
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can anyone tell me what the boost gauge hijacking reads at? is it still 0-20psi?

If I'm targeting 28psi seem's a touch pointless is all. anyone able to confirm?
The max is whatever you've set your boost safety setting too.


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Default 09-04-2016, 02:11 PM

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The max is whatever you've set your boost safety setting too.
Perfect thanks Terry thought as much. But figured I should confirm


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Default 09-04-2016, 02:16 PM

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"Duck", would you be so kind and give me a quick rundown on your Power Glide 2-speed tranny?
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V8 powerglide
Billet input shaft
Straight cut gears
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Or did you wanna know how I joined it to the engine lol?


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Default 09-04-2016, 03:58 PM

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V8 powerglide
Billet input shaft
Straight cut gears
Transbrake
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Or did you wanna know how I joined it to the engine lol?
Yeah man, yeah. I ran powerglides in the late 60s at the strip/street! Aluminum? Unbreakable up to 1500 HP+. This is from Wikipedia:

Currently Robert Campisi from Australia (your neck of the woods) holds the World Record for the fastest run using a Powerglide transmission, clocking 5.95s at 260 mph in his Twin Turbo Ford Mustang in September 2011.

I, and a lot of these guys would be interested in how you merged it. Thanks!


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Yeah man, yeah. I ran powerglides in the late 60s at the strip/street! Aluminum? Unbreakable up to 1500 HP+. This is from Wikipedia:

Currently Robert Campisi from Australia (your neck of the woods) holds the World Record for the fastest run using a Powerglide transmission, clocking 5.95s at 260 mph in his Twin Turbo Ford Mustang in September 2011.

I, and a lot of these guys would be interested in how you merged it. Thanks!
I made an adaptor plate to bolt the v8 bellhousing to the engine. 12mm aluminum and a mill.
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Basically I just wanted a bmw that could go play at powercruise and not lose every race against all the v8 meat boxes.


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Let's see those pg logs!


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Let's see those pg logs!

they're in the single turbo thread. Having a few dramas I was hoping you could weigh in on. Early throttle closure that I can't explain. Also goes super lean before the PI (which I assume might be normal but I don't know) and my boost control isn't doing a damn thing. Thought it might have dead mac valve, put a new one in it today still no good.


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I have a technical question (and maybe a request for an update at the same time)...

Is there a way to auto-delete only the detection of the qatlhess dawnpypes and secondary catalytic delete with the JB4 or if not, would it be a codable option that could be added??

Like many, I run a full qatlhess setup and I either get a CEL after a period of driving (faster when driving hard) and I always have to delete that CEL to be sure not to get something else as an error. I hate running the auto-delete because when something goes wrong, I actually want to know what it is rather than guessing or trying to replicate the conditions in which I got a CEL flashed up in the dash, a failsafe activated or going into limp mode.

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I have a technical question (and maybe a request for an update at the same time)...

Is the a way to auto-delete only the detection of the qatlhess dawnpypes and secondary catalytic delete with the JB4 or if not, would it be a codable option that could be added??

Like many, I run a full qatlhess setup and I either get a CEL after a period of driving (faster when deiving hard) and I always have to delete that CEL to be sure not to get something else as an error. I hate running the auto-delete because when something goes wrong, I actually want to know what it is rather than guessing or trying to replicate the conditions in which I got a CEL flashed up in the dash, a failsafe activated or going into limp mode.

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I am also interested in this, as many others would be I'm sure.


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That setting is for competition race use only and not something we plan to do any further development with. Keep in mind real faults show a light in dash so if you see one switch to map0 and/or disable the function if using it.


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I have a technical question (and maybe a request for an update at the same time)...

Is there a way to auto-delete only the detection of the qatlhess dawnpypes and secondary catalytic delete with the JB4 or if not, would it be a codable option that could be added??

Like many, I run a full qatlhess setup and I either get a CEL after a period of driving (faster when driving hard) and I always have to delete that CEL to be sure not to get something else as an error. I hate running the auto-delete because when something goes wrong, I actually want to know what it is rather than guessing or trying to replicate the conditions in which I got a CEL flashed up in the dash, a failsafe activated or going into limp mode.

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Doesnt this depend on the flash ? My light does not come on at all for the reason u stated. When the dealer updated my ecu, I then got the cel for non *** ** detected. Reflashed and all has been good. I do NOT have auto clear enabled.
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Doesnt this depend on the flash ? My light does not come on at all for the reason u stated. When the dealer updated my ecu, I then got the cel for non *** ** detected. Reflashed and all has been good. I do NOT have auto clear enabled.
You reflashed what exactly?? The JB4 is a piggyback, not a flash...


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That setting is for competition race use only and not something we plan to do any further development with. Keep in mind real faults show a light in dash so if you see one switch to map0 and/or disable the function if using it.
So basically, we have to drive with a CEL or with the auto-delete and miss potential errors...


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You reflashed what exactly?? The JB4 is a piggyback, not a flash...
My ecu. Its flashed with the piggy back on top. Even if i remove the Jb, i still boost dbl the stock setting, run E85, fbo, and no cel. With jb4, i boost to 20ish, suppress tpms, log with jb4 mobile, control boost targets, etc
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So basically, we have to drive with a CEL or with the auto-delete and miss potential errors...
I'm not sure how you'd miss errors as they continue to show a light in dash. But *** are for competition race car use anyway. If running them on road you should remove them.


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