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Default n54 log review - 04-18-2020, 05:57 PM

I have DP, FMIC, 3" straight exhaust No C*t, CAI, 2 step coldr NGK laser iridium plugs, BEF pump,

1. Can I run some ethanol mixture and adjust the content threw jb4 without flex it sensor.
2. does it look like I have enough fuel pump without upgrading.
3. it says that with BEF boost values are different then on steering wheel control diagram what are the boost values?/Can they be adjusted?
4. I have been running just MHD flash tunes because I had the older jb4 so are there other functions or adjustments that I should know about when setting up I have the main functions whats on the steering wheel controls but can I adjust AFR with my laptop hooked up I see a E85% on the bottom of the logging screen can that be adjusted then just mix like 2G E85 with 8G pump 93 and fatten up the AFR

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Default 04-19-2020, 09:18 AM

Hey,

The logs look okay.

It sounds like you are looking to add a little e85, a lot of our users add e85 when using the pump flash- blends up to around e30/40 are usually okay. However that all depends on the health of your HPFP / LPFP- those weaknesses aren’t usually shown until you try adding a bit.

I’d start by adding 2-3 gallons of e, and monitor your fuel pressure, AFR & Timing

Also- enable 6cyl logging under user adjustments for your next round of logs & we have updated firmware if you are so inclined


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Originally Posted by Dave @ BMS/Fuel-It!
Hey,

The logs look okay.

It sounds like you are looking to add a little e85, a lot of our users add e85 when using the pump flash- blends up to around e30/40 are usually okay. However that all depends on the health of your HPFP / LPFP- those weaknesses arenít usually shown until you try adding a bit.

Iíd start by adding 2-3 gallons of e, and monitor your fuel pressure, AFR & Timing

Also- enable 6cyl logging under user adjustments for your next round of logs & we have updated firmware if you are so inclined
As Far as updating the firmware I Just received my new JB4 I had the old one that didn't work with MHD BEF so I ordered it from BMS do I need to cut the diode before I update being its brand new or has that part been removed?
also should I do anything with the area that has an options tab right above the 6cyl logging because I looked threw them and was a little confused by a couple.
I was watching the E85 number and AFR last night did a couple more logs and it seems at WOT with about 35% E85 I was running 12.* AFR that seems a little lean and it started to up the timing to about 6Deg. ill attach another log thank you.Name:  LOG 5 PIC.jpg
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