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I am going to run rest of gas out then fill with 93 and run Map 1,2 logs. Start from there
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Default 12-16-2019, 10:44 AM

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I am going to run rest of gas out then fill with 93 and run Map 1,2 logs. Start from there
Yes that's good. With ethanol blends we suggest to start low. 2-3 gallons of ethanol and the rest of the tank pump 91/93.


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Default 12-17-2019, 02:42 PM

Map 4 on my 2018 718 Cayman S with 2.5Gallons E85 and the rest 93 octane premium
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Default 12-18-2019, 11:03 AM

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Map 4 on my 2018 718 Cayman S with 2.5Gallons E85 and the rest 93 octane premium
Trims are up there but boost and timing look good, AFR is where I'd expect to see it.
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Default 12-18-2019, 12:18 PM

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Trims are up there but boost and timing look good, AFR is where I'd expect to see it.
Word. That's why I haven't been too concerned running map 4...yea, fuel trims are maxing out, but AFR and timing still look great! Thanks for your expert opinion, glad to know that I still *somewhat* know what I'm talking about!
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Default Map 2 91oct - 12-19-2019, 09:08 PM

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Default 12-19-2019, 09:29 PM

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Coolant temps need to be above 160F for the JB4 to be active otherwise it's stock for safety until car is up to temp.

Car barely got to temp in the middle of this log. It looks okay from what I can see.
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Default 12-19-2019, 09:33 PM

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Coolant temps need to be above 160F for the JB4 to be active otherwise it's stock for safety until car is up to temp.

Car barely got to temp in the middle of this log. It looks okay from what I can see.
Itís been crazy cold, I let it warm up for 30 min then drove 20 min. Iíll try again during day
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Itís been crazy cold, I let it warm up for 30 min then drove 20 min. Iíll try again during day
Yes I can relate LOL. I let my car warm up in the driveway for 15 minutes and it's still not even close up to temp.

You can always check with your gauges on the JB4 mobile app for the water temps just to make sure.


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Default 3rd try - 12-23-2019, 10:24 AM

Try this
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Looks really good to me, is this on 93 only?
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Default 12-23-2019, 05:42 PM

Curious on insight into the following log... I was running map 3 up until around the ~200 timestamp marker..... Why does map 3 run such low boost on my car compared to map 4? It also seems that map 3 is commanding WAY less timing than map 4,too? Thoughts?
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Looks really good to me, is this on 93 only?
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HOW MUCH E-85 SHOULD I RUN WITH 93? ON MAP 4 OR 5?
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Default 12-24-2019, 09:21 AM

I'd keep the E85 mix around 30% or less relative to pump gas to avoid maxing out the fuel trims.


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Curious on insight into the following log... I was running map 3 up until around the ~200 timestamp marker..... Why does map 3 run such low boost on my car compared to map 4? It also seems that map 3 is commanding WAY less timing than map 4,too? Thoughts?
Most of the map3 runs in the log are half throttle, although we're thinking of increasing the boost per pedal input across all maps. If anyone wants to test it load and log the attached firmware.
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Default 12-24-2019, 01:18 PM

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HOW MUCH E-85 SHOULD I RUN WITH 93? ON MAP 4 OR 5?
3 gallons of e85, and the rest of the tank 93 octane. Start with a log on map 3 for us to evaluate.


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Default 12-24-2019, 02:29 PM

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Most of the map3 runs in the log are half throttle, although we're thinking of increasing the boost per pedal input across all maps. If anyone wants to test it load and log the attached firmware.
Loading up firmware now..... I'll give it a shot! Any other changes aside from boost mapping to pedal input?

Also, I could have sworn I was WOT on the map3 runs, but apparently not!
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V4 firmware loaded successfully. Will try to get out and get some logs this evening
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Default 12-26-2019, 08:55 AM

Log file.... Had one really solid 5th gear pull on map 3 worth the V4 firmware last night....
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Log file.... Had one really solid 5th gear pull on map 3 worth the V4 firmware last night....
Long pulls like that in high gears can lead to clutch slip with the high load if you are 6MT.

Log looks okay, but I would like to see a lower gear going all the way to redline.
Trims are maxed out, other than that it looks really good to me.
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Default 12-26-2019, 02:23 PM

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Long pulls like that in high gears can lead to clutch slip with the high load if you are 6MT.

Log looks okay, but I would like to see a lower gear going all the way to redline.
Trims are maxed out, other than that it looks really good to me.
I'll try to get some 2nd or 3rd gear pulls in today and get them uploaded. Thanks!
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Default 12-26-2019, 02:50 PM

Let's try these logs... V4 firmware... Was on map 3 and switched to map 2...
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