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Default N55 Pure Stage 2 and Fuel-it TBI - 06-14-2016, 11:36 PM

Map 5 with E66

I was running with a lower E content and since increasing the E content the car feels amazing at higher boost level and I am pretty sure I am not even close to what the turbo can do.

Please review and help me get the stage 2 dialed in.

I would like to know the next steps in tuning this safely. Move to map 6? What settings in the user adjustments when moving to map 6 etc.

Also can tell when the TBI is activating at what PSI? Does this need to be adjusted? Up or down?

Can I increase the E content?

The attached log is 3rd through 4th.
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Default 06-15-2016, 08:29 AM

Nice...looks like you are running about E67?

TBI looks to be kicking on around 15/16 PSi as it should, no need to adjust it up or down right now. Try a log on map 7. You may want to do a little DB tuning to improve the FF curve.



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Default 06-15-2016, 08:35 AM

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Nice...looks like you are running about E67?

TBI looks to be kicking on around 15/16 PSi as it should, no need to adjust it up or down right now. Try a log on map 7. You may want to do a little DB tuning to improve the FF curve.
What should I change on the duty bias?

Yes E67 should I increase this?


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Default 06-16-2016, 12:38 AM

Ok so I increased to E76 and took a log on map 7 as instructed.

Seemed to run really good but when I shifted 3rd to 4th car went into limp mode.

getting codes
2C90 blow off cable ignore
2c57 reduce power mode
several other codes with no description.

The car seems to run good when doing a 3rd gear run wot, but any other gears if I stab the gas car goes into limp mode. Runs best when I roll into the throttle to WOT.

I was bested by a big turbo speed3 and big turbo evo tonight due to stuttering and limp mode.

Hoping to get some answers that don't have me feeling like this:
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Default 06-16-2016, 01:35 PM

I didn't say you needed to increase it but looks okay.

You may have torque related issues. What flash are you running?

For DB tuning you'll need to read the duty bias tuning thread.



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Default 06-16-2016, 02:16 PM

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I didn't say you needed to increase it but looks okay.

You may have torque related issues. What flash are you running?

For DB tuning you'll need to read the duty bias tuning thread.
I would like to run straight E85 for convenience at the pump so I figured lets increase gradually and see if that's possible.

I am running fuel-it TBI BEF.

Regarding the DB I read the thread and its not very clear to me what I should be adjusting.

I had my DB set to whats suggested on the big turbo thread and was told to change those to 50 across the RPM range.

On another note I had my hood cherry popped last night and all the popo saw was the BMS intake, so I am going back to my AFE stg2 intake as it looks pretty stock. Will that cause any issue's?


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Default 06-17-2016, 12:48 PM

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I had my DB set to whats suggested on the big turbo thread and was told to change those to 50 across the RPM range.
I did not find the thread to be confusing. I would give it another read.


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Default 06-17-2016, 02:30 PM

The DB is pretty simple, just takes a long time to get sorted out.

Basically, in a nutshell: Start with all the DBs at 50. 1500RPM-7000RPM at 50, like you already have it set. If you are over boosting at a certain RPM, you adjust the closest DB to that RPM down, if you are under boosting at a certain RPM, you adjust the closest DB to that RPM up. Its a pretty easy once you get the hang of it, just make sure you take your time, and dont confuse your self.

For instance, looking at your last log...you are under your target boost from about 3300 RPM to about 5200 RPM. So raise the DBs in the 3000-5000 boxes by 5, to 55. Log again, and see if that gets you closer to the target. You could also lower the DBs from 6000-7000 RPM by 5 and see if that helps the over boost up top.
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Default 06-17-2016, 02:43 PM

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I did not find the thread to be confusing. I would give it another read.
Sorry, meant the tuning parameters terms page, I thought that was the thread Steve was referring to and it didn't describe what needed to be changed.

Can some one direct me to this duty bias thread Steve is referencing?


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The DB is pretty simple, just takes a long time to get sorted out.

Basically, in a nutshell: Start with all the DBs at 50. 1500RPM-7000RPM at 50, like you already have it set. If you are over boosting at a certain RPM, you adjust the closest DB to that RPM down, if you are under boosting at a certain RPM, you adjust the closest DB to that RPM up. Its a pretty easy once you get the hang of it, just make sure you take your time, and dont confuse your self.

For instance, looking at your last log...you are under your target boost from about 3300 RPM to about 5200 RPM. So raise the DBs in the 3000-5000 boxes by 5, to 55. Log again, and see if that gets you closer to the target. You could also lower the DBs from 6000-7000 RPM by 5 and see if that helps the over boost up top.
Thanks.

This is very helpful and gives me something to work with. I got a PM from another member describing the same process.


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Here you go!

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Default 06-18-2016, 12:17 AM

Thanks for the link, very helpful.

I have decide to lower the E% to E65 and I am going to stick with that going forward.

Another log posted from Map 7.

So from reading this log the changes to the DB settings I think I should make are the following.

DB@log new DB
1500 60 70
2000 60 70
2500 60 70
3000 60 65
3500 60 60
4000 65 65
4500 65 68
5000 65 68
5500 65 68
6000 65 68
6500 65 65
7000 53 53

Does that seem correct or am I making adjustments in the wrong direction.
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Looks like youre on the right track, just keep tweaking.
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Default 06-18-2016, 07:37 AM

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Looks like youre on the right track, just keep tweaking.
This ↑↑↑

Also, trims jump quite a bit which I'm guessing could be TBI kicking in. Not sure if that is a characteristic of TBI and / or whether you need to make changes. Hopefully others running TBI or Steve can advise.


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Also, trims jump quite a bit which I'm guessing could be TBI kicking in. Not sure if that is a characteristic of TBI and / or whether you need to make changes. Hopefully others running TBI or Steve can advise.
He goes really rich when the trims jump up, didnt really look at the trims the first time. Maybe the trims jump because the DME is trying to pull fuel to lean it back out? Not sure, I havent noticed it on my car with TBI, Im on the bike today or id go grab a log real quick to see. Im sure Steve will chime in when he has a chance. Gotta let those guys have a little time off
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Thanks for the link, very helpful.

I have decide to lower the E% to E65 and I am going to stick with that going forward.

Another log posted from Map 7.

So from reading this log the changes to the DB settings I think I should make are the following.

DB@log new DB
1500 60 70
2000 60 70
2500 60 70
3000 60 65
3500 60 60
4000 65 65
4500 65 68
5000 65 68
5500 65 68
6000 65 68
6500 65 65
7000 53 53

Does that seem correct or am I making adjustments in the wrong direction.
Changed the DB to above and ran a log. Map 7 E65

When I move to Map 6 I assume I will need to tune the DB for map 6 as well.
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Default 06-19-2016, 09:25 AM

You shouldnt need to change the DB, you may need to tweak it again. That last log is no good in 2nd gear. Do it in 3rd or 4th.
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Did some logging tonight. Map 7 E66 fuel-it TBI BEF

1st log map 7 3-4 This was my best feeling log

2nd log map 7 3rd-5th 50 roll Having issues in this scenario, of course when logging it doesn't stumble

3rd log map 6- seemed ok and appears to go lean in upper rpm and limp mode activates

Also here are my settings for which these logs were ran.

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Default 06-22-2016, 08:49 AM

50 roll, not WOT.

Map 6 was fine, needed some more tweaking and learning.

Map 7 3-4 was fine, FOL should be 40 instead of 50, maybe even lower unless you increase the ethanol content.



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Default 06-23-2016, 12:40 AM

Moved FOL to 35.

Map 6, boost looks kinda low as its not hitting target from what I see.

Biggest issue is that when shifting into 4th car stumbles hard and then limp mode, what is causing this?

If I change from Map 7 then to Map 6 and then back to map 7 does the JB4 need to re-adapt each time I alter the map selection?
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Default 06-23-2016, 11:52 AM

FF is too low.

I'd suggest entering the map 7 targets in to the map 6 settings and then working your way up from there instead of trying to go straight from 20psi to 26psi of boost, especially if you've never gotten it dialed in.

FOL can still be lowered a bit or the ethanol percentage increased.



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FF is too low.

I'd suggest entering the map 7 targets in to the map 6 settings and then working your way up from there instead of trying to go straight from 20psi to 26psi of boost, especially if you've never gotten it dialed in.

FOL can still be lowered a bit or the ethanol percentage increased.
Where would I find Map 7 boost targets per RPM. I only see that in the large turbo thread it states that max boost is 20 psi when using N20 tmap sensor.

FF is too low? So what should I increase it too? Again in the big turbo thread its listed at like 58 and currently I am at 21, I never changed that setting myself.

FOL lowered too what? Drop to 30?


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Where would I find Map 7 boost targets per RPM. I only see that in the large turbo thread it states that max boost is 20 psi when using N20 tmap sensor.
Review a map 7 log you have taken and make note of the boost targets at every 500 RPM or so.


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Default 06-29-2016, 05:23 PM

Ok, sticking with map 7 for now.

Increased the FF made a huge difference, however it seems that this auto tunes. I set it at 35 and it seems to change to 30 after some driving. This occurred more than once.

I increased the E% to E70 instead of lowering FOL.

Still issues after shifting 3rd to 4th, starts stumbling.

The plugs are pretty new, but I am ordering some new plugs and will make sure they are gapped properly.

How does this log look.
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