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Default 05-03-2019, 08:49 AM

I take it no updates on the 'current gear' PID? Also, do you have a rough curve of boost increase by RPM on map 3 / 5? I'm looking to create a customized map 6 instead of using map 3 + boost by gear since it's a little weird when launching in 2nd gear.
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Default 05-03-2019, 09:52 AM

No gear logging yet, although we're internally calculating it. So may revert to that option down the road if we can't find it. Just look at target on your map3 and map5 logs.


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Default 05-03-2019, 10:00 AM

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2) Enabled WMI PWM control for those running large nozzles that need less flow at lower RPM.
Does this WMI PWM control allow variable/progressive settings for systems that do not already have a progressive controller but have a binary controller instead?

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Just look at target on your map3 and map5 logs.
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Does map 6 allow for decimals on the user adjustment page or do I have to use whole numbers? I still want it to taper to 5psi up top, but wondering if I can fine tune 2psi vs 1.5psi down low
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Default 05-03-2019, 11:06 AM

Decimals.


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Default 05-03-2019, 12:42 PM

Terry,

Haven't been on here in a while, so could've just missed it. Did you ever end up putting it back on the dyno with E30 + WMI? Just curious if you saw any difference over 93octane + WMI (I saw those charts)?

Will be at a Cars and Coffee this weekend, and I know I'll get question! I saw you were faster in the 1/2 mile, but didn't know if you had any idea what whp or torque you might be at. I'm running the same setup.
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Default 05-03-2019, 01:44 PM

I did and I think we hit a best of 475whp at some point but the curve wasn't really stable, so the offical word is power is around the same as 93 + WMI. But, it might be more stable going down the track and during back to back runs with the E30 mix helping boost octane.


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Default 05-03-2019, 08:13 PM

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Assume this will be the HPFP reading?
Confirmed this is indeed high pressure, units are in MPa (fixed after reviewing units conversion below). Max. seen is 15 (2175 PSI), same as on the first gen VT.

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I noticed that the IAT reading displayed in the Windows app appears to be correct, but when I add that PID to be logged, the graphed IAT value is nowhere near correct (value is numerically far lower).
Figured this out and also for ECT (water temp); the decimal needs to be moved one place to the right in order to display correctly in the graph.

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Default 05-03-2019, 08:26 PM

Each unit is around 150psi on high fuel pressure.


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Default 05-03-2019, 09:57 PM

On the VT1 (1.6L T-GDI G4FJ engine), the HPFP is a 200-BAR (2900 PSI) unit that they cap at 150-BAR (2175 PSI). Another pressure unit used by that ECM is kPa (1 BAR = 100 kPa). See attached pic below for an example from a VT1 log.

So if each unit = 150 PSI, I’m seeing 15 units max., which would be 2250 PSI, fairly close. It seems these units are actually MPa (1 MPa = 10 BAR = 145 PSI). Thanks for the clarification.

Request to add ambient air temperature PID so ambient vs. intake temps can be monitored and graphed for direct comparison, please.
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Default 05-05-2019, 01:12 AM

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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.
That was exactly one of my concerns about the WMI kit being all or nothing. Thank you for addressing it!

I just did the update and I was wondering...
Is there something to set for the PWM control?
Can it be fine tuned and does it work on Map 8?

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Default 05-05-2019, 08:57 AM

For the WMI PWM control you enable it on the WMI page, then fuel bias on the user adjustment page becomes the maximum duty to the WMI pump at that RPM, so you have some user adjustment over it. But you'd generally only use that if you're nozzle is so large you need to reduce flow at the expense of attomization.


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Default 05-05-2019, 07:47 PM

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For the WMI PWM control you enable it on the WMI page, then fuel bias on the user adjustment page becomes the maximum duty to the WMI pump at that RPM, so you have some user adjustment over it. But you'd generally only use that if you're nozzle is so large you need to reduce flow at the expense of attomization.
What is the unit? is it a percentage 0-100?
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Yes


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So if each unit = 150 PSI, I’m seeing 15 units max., which would be 2250 PSI, fairly close. It seems these units are actually MPa (1 MPa = 10 BAR = 145 PSI). Thanks for the clarification.
Yes it was originally MPa but no one knows what that is in the USA. The main thing on fuel pressure, is to look for relative sharp drops. When you start to run low on volume MPa will drop below 8.


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Default 05-06-2019, 01:38 PM

Got in production batches of a couple new products today which we should have on our site tomorrow.

Plug play WMI bracket which provides a clean way to mount a 1g tank and pump in the spare tire area.

BMS diff brace which takes a lot of slop out of the rear end improving traction both off the line and around corners.

More info to follow!
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Looking forward to the Rear Diff Brace. I am also looking forward to buying the WMI kit too, and happy to see some more options available for mounting the tanks.
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Default 05-06-2019, 03:32 PM

I haven't noticed any hop whatsoever with my GT2 RWD, it lays really even rubber on both sides

Did you see any 60ft increase or anything with the brace? And is it 100% bolt-on or do you need to drill?
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I haven't noticed any hop whatsoever with my GT2 RWD, it lays really even rubber on both sides

Did you see any 60ft increase or anything with the brace? And is it 100% bolt-on or do you need to drill?
100% bolt on due to a unique design, so it's easy to install and remove. Improved my launch consistency but the larger benefit is around corners.


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Diff brace is live on our site.

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Brand new to the forum, I found it after reading about the JB4 on the Genesis forums. I recently purchased the 19 G70 Sport AWD. I have 650 miles on the car, and while I am already loving it, I am coming out of a Scatpack 392 Charger. I want to have that kind of power (or more ideally) in this gorgeous G70 . The stock charger is over 4400 lbs, and has about 420 WHPish, and a tad less torque (probably 410-415). That car is also RWD so putting that power down is also a challenge since even with 275s out back it likes to spin like a mother. Anyway, Im only on page 50 of this thread, but it I am freggin stoked based on what im reading. I pulled the trigger last night and got the Jb4 and plugs....

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Sounds good, you're going to love it! Easy low 12s.


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Default 05-09-2019, 08:41 AM

Hi Terry.

Could you take a peek at my logs and see if you think they are ok?

Boost seems kinda low I think.
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Default 05-09-2019, 08:46 AM

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Sounds good, you're going to love it! Easy low 12s.
I hope so . I want to taste the tears of all the traditional muscle cars out there....

Do we have any good numbers from AWD G70s yet? Given its a a few hundred lbs lighter than the Stinger, I would expect slightly better times....
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