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These specific files are meant to be loaded via MHD. May work via BM3, not sure, never used it.


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Default 10-11-2018, 07:27 AM

Has anyone at times got a drivetrain error when u put it in ignition ON and codes are always to do with Ewg ones usually saying cant be found or lazy etc. Then u switch off ignition and wait 30sec and switch on again and all the codes disappear? Is it a case of jb4 cycle issue? It can happen once or twice at once then never happen again for several weeks. Weird.


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Default 10-11-2018, 08:16 AM

Could be a software bug, but could also be an issue with an EWG connector being loose or damaged on the harness itself.


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Default 10-11-2018, 09:57 AM

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Could be a software bug, but could also be an issue with an EWG connector being loose or damaged on the harness itself.
So the only way to tell is if I buy a new harness? Cost?


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Default 10-12-2018, 09:02 AM

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So the only way to tell is if I buy a new harness? Cost?
Check the continuity between EWG wire and pin.


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Default 10-12-2018, 01:27 PM

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A few evenings ago I had some fun with an M6 vert and noticed some issues I've never experienced before. There were multiple events of drivetrain error messages during prolonged WOT pulls, with obvious loss of boost/power. I've attached a list of codes read from the JB4, as well as logs that were obtained prior to, during, and after the codes were triggered. (details contained in file names)

Each time this occurred, I would pull over and kill the ignition, then wait for 30-60 seconds. This cleared the code for the time, but the issue came back whenever I would punch the throttle for another run.

Logs and error codes attached for review. It was rather disappointing to lose power since I was pulling away from the guy at the time!!!

ERROR CODES
2018-10-07 00_56_22:
120208 boost pressure control, Upper: boost pressure too high
120408 Reduced power mode

2018-10-07 00_56_39:
120208 boost pressure control, Upper: boost pressure too high
120408 Reduced power mode

2018-10-07 01_00_05:
120208 boost pressure control, Upper: boost pressure too high
120408 Reduced power mode

2018-10-07 01_00_25:
120408 Reduced power mode

2018-10-07 01_02_11:
120408 Reduced power mode

2018-10-07 01_02_18:
120408 Reduced power mode
Gratuitous bump of prior comments, hoping for some feedback (log files in original post).


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Default MHD BEF For S55 - 10-12-2018, 04:13 PM

Hi Guys,

Been having issues trying to do this.. cant flash stage 0 and go over that slump. I tried everything already from changing androids to charging the car fully. I also have the car plugged in an industrial charger for automotive dealerships plugged in the wall and connected to the car. Anyway.. Im thinking it might be software compatibility? Here are the codes that MHD APP throws at me when I try to do it.
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Default 10-12-2018, 05:02 PM

Yes MHD will have to chime in with help for that, might be faster to email them directly too.


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Default 10-13-2018, 04:24 PM

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Check the continuity between EWG wire and pin.
Yeah I think its a bug.. electrically its sound. Its quite random and since then its fine. I think it seems to tend to happen only when I switch to IGN On but not when I just start the car immediately... if that makes sense lol


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Default 10-15-2018, 11:33 AM

Hey guys,
I noticed logs show Boost2 matches Pre-boost until around 21psi. However, Pre-boost continues climbing to the map target while Boost2 holds steady at 21psi.
Pre-boost and Boost2 then match each other very close once target starts dropping down to around 20-21psi.

Is this a software/logging issue? Seems too stable/steady across multiple runs (and they match psi values at pretty much all points below 21psi) for it to be a sign of vehicle problems, but wanted to get your thoughts.


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Default 10-15-2018, 11:50 AM

Manifold boost is a 2.5bar sensor and only reads up to around 21psi.


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Default 10-15-2018, 03:32 PM

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Manifold boost is a 2.5bar sensor and only reads up to around 21psi.
Ahhhh, ok. So no real useful info gained from monitoring that one, as long as all else is behaving normally?


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Default 10-15-2018, 05:28 PM

It's used to evaluate throttle movement and it's response on manifold boost when doing related tuning. Generally speaking for the average user, not that useful for anything.


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Default 10-19-2018, 10:37 AM

so i have been trying to purchase a mhd license for a 2019 m4 but it keeps giving an error that its not supported. i emailed mhd and they said it might be because there are gpf's on 2019s and i confirmed that mine doesn't have gpf on the exhaust so i sent that to mhd and they havent responded. can anyone help on this ?


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We're at the mercy of MHD on these things. Hopefully, they can get it sorted ASAP.


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13_T2 variants of E85 BEF maps: fixed 118502 fault code caused by 13_T1 changes.


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What does that 118502 code mean?


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Default 10-26-2018, 11:52 AM

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Updates are always better, so I see no reason why you wouldn't try it!

With e50 blend you should be able to run map 7. Got any logs on map 2?
Here is a log on 7-8 gallons of E85, rest 91 california gas. S55 Race BEF, Map 7, FBO 2018 M3 6 speed. EWG not plugged in! Let me know what you guys think!
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Way under boosting, get EWG connectors attached!


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What does that 118502 code mean?
Fuel trims off at idle, due to the E85 idle fueling tables adjusted.


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Here is a log on 7-8 gallons of E85, rest 91 california gas. S55 Race BEF, Map 7, FBO 2018 M3 6 speed. EWG not plugged in! Let me know what you guys think!
With that much Ethanol you probably want to move to the E85 BEF as you are probably around E45-E50 assuming your pump gas has 10% Ethanol in it already (mine does). - I run E40-E45 on the E85 BEF and its perfect, and my WG harness is always hooked up...no matter if I'm on map 2, 6 or 7 and I've had zero issues.

You're also way under boost target, probably because you are on map 7 without the WG harness hooked up. your boost target peaked at around 27.4psi, but it shows you only hit a peak of 18.3psi. if that log felt fast you're gonna crap your pants when you do hit the true boost target.

Tip: if you want to get the best performance and fastest times on map 7 shift much earlier than 7000rpm, I've seen the best performance numbers shifting around 6000-6300rpm (depending on how much boost your running). Everyone has their own preference, but thats whats worked best for me over the last few years.

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Damn, I thought this thing was already really fast, I'll connect the EWG connectors tonight and report back! Thanks guys
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Here is the log with the EWG connected. It's insanely fast now
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hey, I recently purchased the MHD backend flasher. However I am trying to understand the benefits of the BEF from JB4. Does it provide more power or just help with throttle response? thank you in advance
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hey, I recently purchased the MHD backend flasher. However I am trying to understand the benefits of the BEF from JB4. Does it provide more power or just help with throttle response? thank you in advance
Read the FAQ on the first page -- https://www.n54tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=54795

If that still doesn't make sense, try:

1. In the addition to the added safety features, JB4 allows on the fly boost control from low, mid to high via the Steering Wheel Controls or Mobile App.

For example, you can flash the RACE BEF via MHD, and depending on your mood, you can easily make the switch from Map 1 (stock boost), Map 2 (22 psi), Map 5 (25 psi), Map 7 (26 psi) while the car is running...

2. You can run full E85 without paying $500-$600 for a custom standalone tune. This guarantees you a 10-second car with proper supporting mods and good engine/fuel system health.

3. Option to configure a custom Map 6 setup if you prefer to tinker with your own boost profile.

4. True valet mode, Active Sound coding, Exhaust flap control, and superb data logger are readily available...

5. Added functionality of WMI controller.

6. Free BEF updates, log evaluations, and general support for life! (even for poor people who bought their units used, just don't tell anyone )


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