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Default 12-26-2019, 07:21 PM

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I would not run map3 on 91 octane, map2 is pushing it as is.

With some E85 mixed in though no problem. 5 gallons to the rest 91 would add prob 20-30hp. Could be run on map2 or map3.
Here's 3.5 gallons of E85 to the rest 91, map2. Not sure if it's enough of a map, but it got triggered by the 70% threshold today.
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Default 12-28-2019, 09:40 AM

Still hard are work on Stinger R&D. Haven't cracked the EWG code yet but getting closer.
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Default 12-28-2019, 09:41 AM

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Here's 3.5 gallons of E85 to the rest 91, map2. Not sure if it's enough of a map, but it got triggered by the 70% threshold today.
Seems OK to me
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Default 12-28-2019, 09:45 AM

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Still hard are work on Stinger R&D. Haven't cracked the EWG code yet but getting closer.
This is very exciting, but you really need to working on cleaning up your wiring.
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Default 12-28-2019, 10:44 AM

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Seems OK to me
Thanks. Should I switch to map3 or is map2 taking full advantage of it?
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Default 12-28-2019, 11:07 AM

At what point do you consider that timimg separation too much?
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Still hard are work on Stinger R&D. Haven't cracked the EWG code yet but getting closer.
2020 is going to be a good year
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Default 12-29-2019, 12:17 PM

Where do I find the firmware to update? I just got everything installed
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At what point do you consider that timimg separation too much?
I look for repeated drops in the same gear to indicate overly aggressive tuning for the octane/mods.


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Default 12-30-2019, 12:49 PM

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I would not run map3 on 91 octane, map2 is pushing it as is.

With some E85 mixed in though no problem. 5 gallons to the rest 91 would add prob 20-30hp. Could be run on map2 or map3.
Ive been running 4 gallons of e85 and rest 91 for the last 6 months on map 3 just fine. Just yesterday I could hear stuttering in upper rpms when I floor it in my exhaust. Have no issues with map 0-2 just on map 3. I think its likely crappy gas not giving me the higher octane likely????
I tried firmware 11 and checked connections already.
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Ive been running 4 gallons of e85 and rest 91 for the last 6 months on map 3 just fine. Just yesterday I could hear stuttering in upper rpms when I floor it in my exhaust. Have no issues with map 0-2 just on map 3. I think its likely crappy gas not giving me the higher octane likely????
I tried firmware 11 and checked connections already.
Couldn't tell you. If you capture a JB4 log of the issue you could check fuel pressure to see if it's dropping under the E85 mix.


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Couldn't tell you. If you capture a JB4 log of the issue you could check fuel pressure to see if it's dropping under the E85 mix.
I ran the gas down to E and refilled with 4.5g of E85 then rest 91. Issue went away so far. So I think it was just bad gas somewhere in the mix
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Default 01-01-2020, 03:06 PM

Could be. If it comes back we'll be here. Always interested in seeing problems as fuel pressure drops can be influenced by running the tuning leaner. Something we're experimenting with on maps 5 and 7 in v13.


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Default Map 3 w/ Torco - 01-01-2020, 06:53 PM

These were some of my first runs with Map 3. Was seeing some divergence in the ignition timing and wondering if that was problematic or within normal parameters. I also noticed some minor hesitation yesterday when I was on Map 2 at part throttle after filling up. Can you let me know if these look normal or any areas of concern?
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Default 01-02-2020, 09:37 AM

Logs look OK, what is the fuel mix?


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Default 01-02-2020, 10:23 AM

That studdering feeling is timing pull and sometimes is octane related. I had a bad batch of gas last week as well.
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Default 01-02-2020, 11:25 AM

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Logs look OK, what is the fuel mix?
93 and a full bottle of Torco
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That studdering feeling is timing pull and sometimes is octane related. I had a bad batch of gas last week as well.
Unfortunately a lot of things can cause the same symptoms so it can be tricky to isolate them at times. Bad fuel is always a possibility though.


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93 and a full bottle of Torco
Were you able to capture any of the issue in the logs above? You could also "start logging" manually to capture outside of the usual heavy throttle stuff.


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Default 01-02-2020, 04:33 PM

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Were you able to capture any of the issue in the logs above? You could also "start logging" manually to capture outside of the usual heavy throttle stuff.
Yes I did. Sorry... Thought I attached it before. It wasn't in map 3 though... It was in Map 2. It went away after driving around for a bit. I wondered if it was the car adjusting to the higher octane, but didn't expect that behavior for a closed loop system.
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Yes I did. Sorry... Thought I attached it before. It wasn't in map 3 though... It was in Map 2. It went away after driving around for a bit. I wondered if it was the car adjusting to the higher octane, but didn't expect that behavior for a closed loop system.
No signs of knock or anything here. Around what time stamp did you feel it?
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Default 01-03-2020, 08:59 AM

Hi Terry, should I download the Beta V12 or just wait a bit for the full version?
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It's been working well so no reason not to update.


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Default 01-03-2020, 11:59 AM

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It's been working well so no reason not to update.
Easy peasy, 5 mins tops!

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