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Default Log review please...just installed PI kit - 04-14-2020, 10:32 PM

Hey guys, like the title said, I just installed my PI kit and I just wanted someone to look at my log and let me know if there are any settings or bits that I should or should not have before I start diving into getting things more fine tuned.

Mods are as follows:

DCI
3" ********
Upgraded FMIC
MMP PI Kit w/750cc injectors
JB4 G5 ISO w/Hybrid E85 PI BEF

Log was done on Map 2, and updated JB4 software combined (2) seperated WOT events into one so ignore the first section lol. Thanks!
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Default 04-15-2020, 07:47 AM

Something is off

Your about 5-6 psi under target & wgdc is in the 9x’s

I’d start looking for a boost or vac leak


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Default 04-15-2020, 08:17 AM

Good to go. Thanks for the response because I was in between either a setting issue or a boost leak. But if it is a boost leak I’m pretty sure I know where it’s coming from at least.
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Good to go. Thanks for the response because I was in between either a setting issue or a boost leak. But if it is a boost leak Iím pretty sure I know where itís coming from at least.
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Default 04-20-2020, 11:21 AM

So just got the vac line installed but it's been storming down here in FL but once I get some dry road I'll be doing another log to make sure the car is hitting closer to boost target, probably on Map 6 so I'll know exactly what the target is and if all is well, another log right after to post for you guys.
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Default 04-20-2020, 04:53 PM

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So just got the vac line installed but it's been storming down here in FL but once I get some dry road I'll be doing another log to make sure the car is hitting closer to boost target, probably on Map 6 so I'll know exactly what the target is and if all is well, another log right after to post for you guys.
Sounds good & 10000% wait til it is fully dry. We see way to many stories of
Guys going out in less than optimal conditions & end up in a ditch, off the road or worse... itís not worth it.

Stay safe & keep us posted


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Default 04-22-2020, 03:03 PM

So I was able to get a log done today. Looks like the boost leak has been repaired. The only thing I noticed is that the "boost target" doesn't go over 16 even though I have max boost set to 18 psi on Map6. Also, I know that these cars run leaner than most but I'm hoping it'll be possible to try to get the AFRs around 12.3 at the leanest. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Also, if there are any FUDs I should have activated that I don't have activated, please let me know. I scoured the forums and noticed that different people have had success with different setups.
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