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Default 04-23-2019, 02:08 AM

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Looks like wheel spin or something in the log? Traction control off?
Are you referring to me? Yes there was a little spin cause I was late letting go of the brakes with Launch Control with all the nannies off.

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Default 04-23-2019, 07:59 AM

Yes... Other than that log seems OK to me.


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Default 04-23-2019, 08:08 AM

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Yes... Other than that log seems OK to me.
Thanks Terry. I'm on 91 Octane Top Tier Costco gas btw.
Is there anything specific I can try in user settings for the 2.0T?
I seem to only feel the boost kick in past 3,000rpm.
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Default 04-23-2019, 09:10 AM

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I seem to only feel the boost kick in past 3,000rpm.

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Default 04-24-2019, 01:30 PM

Quick question. Is the JB4 capable of adjusting the gas pedal sensitivity? Or do you have to buy the BMS Pedal Tuner separately?

If you have to buy it...any additional functionality/features to the Pedal Tuner if you already have a JB4 installed?

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Default 04-24-2019, 01:42 PM

You'd use the pedal tuner for gas pedal remapping if you want that.

It's a separate system from the JB4.


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Default 04-24-2019, 08:38 PM

I'll tell you what, that pedal tuner is a game changer!!!! You can't believe how alive it becomes with that little device! LOL


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Default 04-24-2019, 08:55 PM

It's funny because a lot of customers hate on the concept but of all the products we sell those have one of the lowest return rates. It's a lot of fun for the money lol.


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Default 04-24-2019, 11:04 PM

hex JB4_KIA_8_TEST2.hex the latest firmware?
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Default 04-25-2019, 04:05 PM

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hex JB4_KIA_8_TEST2.hex the latest firmware?
Yes


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Default 04-25-2019, 08:56 PM

So I've been running 30% e85 for awhile but I hate how inconsistent it is after filling up. I would like to switch to boostane. Can someone tell me the benefit of boostane or cons? From the chart is it 1 can per fill up?
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Default 04-26-2019, 03:15 AM

^ I’ve been using BOOSTane Pro for a while now. I fill up with 93 and supplement to get to 99 octane. Love it...and easy. 1/2 ounce to 1 gallon of 93.

I keep a little measuring bottle with a collapsible funnel in the trunk...along with rubber gloves.

So if you filled up 16 gallons of 93...add 8 ounces of BOOSTane Pro (1/4 bottle).


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Default 04-26-2019, 11:43 AM

Hey Terry. Something really odd happened not too long ago. Filled up my tank yesterday as I have been for a while. 93 octane and supplementing with BOOSTane Pro to get 99 octane. Running Map 3.

Car has been a beast and so much to drive.

What happened not too long ago...went for a quick drive as rain was coming and wanted to wash pollen off my car. Lazy man's car wash

Went down the interstate...nothing crazy. Got off and was getting back on to head home. Noticed the car was lagging. Almost like it was out of gas...or the turbos weren't working. Very odd. I got on the interstate...and pushed it a bit. Hardly any power. I literally thought I was going to break down in the next 200 yards.

I kept going...and things seemed to improve. I did a couple of logs to share. Not sure if you see anything odd, etc.

By the time I got home...car seemed to have good power again. Roads were wet so I didn't want to do anything stupid.

Anyhoo...please let me know. Thank you !

QUICK update: I just realized that when I filled up yesterday (tank was almost empty)...I came straight home. Perhaps the booster did not mix with the 93 octane fuel yet...and the car was drinking 93 octane on Map 3 thus the hesitation. Probably needed time to stir up? Hopefully that's it.

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Default 04-26-2019, 12:23 PM

Hard to really know, sometimes the ECU will cut boost if detects something out of place. The JB4 can also cut boost (go to map0) if it detects something out of place. If it was slower than stock (e.g. no boost) then it was likely on the ECU end.


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Default 04-27-2019, 12:36 AM

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Hey Terry. Something really odd happened not too long ago. Filled up my tank yesterday as I have been for a while. 93 octane and supplementing with BOOSTane Pro to get 99 octane. Running Map 3.

Car has been a beast and so much to drive.

What happened not too long ago...went for a quick drive as rain was coming and wanted to wash pollen off my car. Lazy man's car wash

Went down the interstate...nothing crazy. Got off and was getting back on to head home. Noticed the car was lagging. Almost like it was out of gas...or the turbos weren't working. Very odd. I got on the interstate...and pushed it a bit. Hardly any power. I literally thought I was going to break down in the next 200 yards.

I kept going...and things seemed to improve. I did a couple of logs to share. Not sure if you see anything odd, etc.

By the time I got home...car seemed to have good power again. Roads were wet so I didn't want to do anything stupid.

Anyhoo...please let me know. Thank you !

QUICK update: I just realized that when I filled up yesterday (tank was almost empty)...I came straight home. Perhaps the booster did not mix with the 93 octane fuel yet...and the car was drinking 93 octane on Map 3 thus the hesitation. Probably needed time to stir up? Hopefully that's it.

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If you floor it with the traction on and in comfort or eco mode it will cut boost if the steering wheel is slightly turned, even if it high speeds. Boost will gradually comeback again after flooring it a few times while going straight.


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Default 04-27-2019, 09:37 AM

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If you floor it with the traction on and in comfort or eco mode it will cut boost if the steering wheel is slightly turned, even if it high speeds. Boost will gradually comeback again after flooring it a few times while going straight.
You might be right. I think it does that in Sports mode slightly too cause my boost didn't max out without the nannies off!
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Default 04-29-2019, 08:10 PM

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The 2l logs always freak me out for a moment because I think I'm looking at a 3.3L log and wondering why boost is so high.

Log looks great, timing is solid. I'm going to work on a dedicated 2l firmware or setting soon to get road speed logging working for them. Look for that soon.
Hi Terry, been able to work on something specific for 2L JB4s so far?
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Default 04-30-2019, 06:56 PM

Getting closer on that. If you're bored and have time to help test something drop me an email.


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Default 05-01-2019, 04:06 AM

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Getting closer on that. If you're bored and have time to help test something drop me an email.
I would be interested to test something for the 2L as well.
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Default 05-02-2019, 04:58 PM

I think the E85 section is off. I am only on 93 on this launch and it is reading high. Plus side though i am pulling off the line around 11psi now
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I think the E85 section is off. I am only on 93 on this launch and it is reading high. Plus side though i am pulling off the line around 11psi now
Turn off the E85 WMI option you turned on.


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Default 05-03-2019, 05:54 AM

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Turn off the E85 WMI option you turned on.
How do i disable it? I haven't messed with anything in the water meth section.


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Default 05-03-2019, 07:49 AM

It's on the WMI page.


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Default 05-03-2019, 08:36 AM

v9

1) Changes to logging for 2L models. Water temp, road speed, and fuel pressure are now active.
2) Enabled WMI PWM control for those running large nozzles that need less flow at lower RPM.


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