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Default 07-12-2017, 07:30 AM

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Terry. Just wanted to let you know that the waste gate algorithm is the truth! Thank god no more rattle, and it seems like it gives the car a deeper exhaust note. I would think that algorithm would render menu 10 useless now.
when using the new algorithm where do you have menu 10 set to? or does it not matter?
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Default 07-13-2017, 12:56 AM

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have always run the car on Map 5 but am about to give Map 7 a go after I get the car back from a full service and check

"Using map 7 requires 50-60% E85, the back end flash, AND the fuel pump upgrade"

I meet the above requirements but just wanted to check the MAP 7 still has the same safeties and fail safes as other maps like map 5?

Can anyone confirm that Map 7 still has all the safeties of Map 5?
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Default 07-13-2017, 08:19 AM

Map5 adjust it's target based on historic knock and some other factors. Map7 is a fixed boost curve. So they don't offer the same level of safety.


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Default 07-13-2017, 08:30 AM

Thanks Terry

Sorry I tried searching to get a definitive answer but couldn't find it after reading up

Will Map 7 still have the ability to go into Map 4 if I run too lean or overboost etc?
I'm just trying to understand what the risk of running Map 7 is, so long as there's still some safety's and the car will still go into Map 4 and/or limp mode to protect itself I'm happy to give it a try
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Default 07-16-2017, 10:08 AM

How do we set the "meth flow max" number now? I'm running snow performance stage 3 WMI with their flow sensor wired into JB4 and was able to change the meth flow max number previously but now this tab or option appears to be gone. This is now the 3rd thread I have asked about this in. I have the current iOS version and 32.8 firmware loaded.
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Default 07-16-2017, 10:36 AM

What voltage does the snow kit sensor output when its fully flowing? Alternatively set flow scaling to 100 (making it a true 0-5v input) and evaluate the reading to determine an appropriate setting.


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Default 07-16-2017, 06:28 PM

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What voltage does the snow kit sensor output when its fully flowing? Alternatively set flow scaling to 100 (making it a true 0-5v input) and evaluate the reading to determine an appropriate setting.
To the best of my knowledge the Snow Performance Safe Injection outputs a 0-1.5V so 0-1500ml/min. During some troubleshooting while testing volume output I measured approx .7-.8V while the pump was spraying both nozzles.

I did have the scaling set to 100 already.

My issue is my flow number which is consistent every time is low. Much lower than what your ballpark settings are for the BMS FSB and BMS WMI. My max flow number was set lower than what I am hitting and it will still kick me out of map 3 and shows "low meth flow" on the last safety. I never get any indication from the failsafe led mounted in front of me on the dash or in the logs so trying to figure out how to lower the max number a bit more.


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Default 07-16-2017, 10:18 PM

Hey guys, I Own a 335i E92 2007 and I recently changed my plugs + 6 Injectors + all the coils and when ever I turn my jb4 on, the speedometer needles swings which is normal but it's keep doing that while driving randomly. That doesn't look normal. Just want to know if anyone experienced that before.
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Default 07-17-2017, 08:35 AM

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when using the new algorithm where do you have menu 10 set to? or does it not matter?
I set my menu 10 to 5k. I see no point in any other setting unless you want lag and the algorithm
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Default 07-17-2017, 10:38 AM

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To the best of my knowledge the Snow Performance Safe Injection outputs a 0-1.5V so 0-1500ml/min. During some troubleshooting while testing volume output I measured approx .7-.8V while the pump was spraying both nozzles.

I did have the scaling set to 100 already.

My issue is my flow number which is consistent every time is low. Much lower than what your ballpark settings are for the BMS FSB and BMS WMI. My max flow number was set lower than what I am hitting and it will still kick me out of map 3 and shows "low meth flow" on the last safety. I never get any indication from the failsafe led mounted in front of me on the dash or in the logs so trying to figure out how to lower the max number a bit more.
Make a thread in the support area with JB4 logs and I'll help you sort it out there.


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Default 07-17-2017, 02:41 PM

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Hey guys, I Own a 335i E92 2007 and I recently changed my plugs + 6 Injectors + all the coils and when ever I turn my jb4 on, the speedometer needles swings which is normal but it's keep doing that while driving randomly. That doesn't look normal. Just want to know if anyone experienced that before.
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Default 07-17-2017, 05:33 PM

on the first page of this thread there is a screenshot to show what the settings of each jb4 selection should be. This screenshot is from 2010. Is there a new version of this to give standard settings?

Just for info purposes, i have n54 with:
jb4
vrsf intercooler
vrsf chargepipe with bov
afe intake
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just installed new index 12 injectors, new plugs and new coil packs

going to be running meth soon, already bought the kit, just haven't installed yet since i was dealing with injector issues. Looks like that is almost good now, except still blowing black smoke when WOT with jb4 on. Not blowing smoke with jb4 off on WOT. Thus the thinking i have a setting off or something.

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Default 07-18-2017, 04:24 PM

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on the first page of this thread there is a screenshot to show what the settings of each jb4 selection should be. This screenshot is from 2010. Is there a new version of this to give standard settings?

Just for info purposes, i have n54 with:
jb4
vrsf intercooler
vrsf chargepipe with bov
afe intake
***-back exhaust
just installed new index 12 injectors, new plugs and new coil packs

going to be running meth soon, already bought the kit, just haven't installed yet since i was dealing with injector issues. Looks like that is almost good now, except still blowing black smoke when WOT with jb4 on. Not blowing smoke with jb4 off on WOT. Thus the thinking i have a setting off or something.

thanks
Default settings the same, open a post in the help section with your screenshot of setting and post a log and we can help you if anything need to be changed have you don't intake cleaning so far?


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Default 07-19-2017, 10:29 AM

Terry- I need to remove JB4 from my 335. This may sound silly, but does JB4 need to be set to Map 0 before removing from the vehicle? (Not sure if it messes with the ECU if you fail to convert it back to "stock " mode prior to removal).
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Default 07-19-2017, 10:33 AM

Makes no difference what map its in when removing.


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Default 07-19-2017, 10:53 AM

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Terry- I need to remove JB4 from my 335. This may sound silly, but does JB4 need to be set to Map 0 before removing from the vehicle? (Not sure if it messes with the ECU if you fail to convert it back to "stock " mode prior to removal).
Is this for the track e90 you just got? Why are you removing the jb4 ? I would not track my e90 with out jb4.
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Hi Terry,
I apologize if this has been covered already. But is AutoClear not an option on jb4 anymore? I just updated to the latest firmware and menu 1 option 3 doesn't work for me anymore.


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Long gone within the USA.


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Default 07-30-2017, 05:42 PM

Thanks for the quick reply. I thought I was doing something wrong or made a reinstall error.


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Default 07-30-2017, 05:44 PM

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Is it possible to use the JB4 antilag and two step in "Flash only mode"?


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Is it possible to use the JB4 antilag and two step in "Flash only mode"?
Yes both should work fine in that mode.


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Default Using obdII and JB4 simultaneously - okay or no? - 08-02-2017, 12:03 PM

Thought I read once on here that the OBD2 port shouldn't be used if a JB4 is being used.

Is this true?

Saw a little HUD unit that uses OBD2 to get its info and wondered if it could be used without,messing up the JB4 which is way more important to me.

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Yes avoid using OBDII with JB4 active, they can fight over DME bandwidth.


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