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Default Need advice Log review - 06-06-2019, 03:14 AM

E90 n55 2011 ,** vrsf,wagner fmic,cp, ... i need advice about this log,my afr is lean ,trims is maxed out,ign timing i bad....all around 3500 -4000 rpm.What can i do to improve this? Gas is 100 octane(RON) .Sometimes jb4 throws me up to the map 4 with reason afr lean...
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E90 n55 2011 ,** vrsf,wagner fmic,cp, ... i need advice about this log,my afr is lean ,trims is maxed out,ign timing i bad....all around 3500 -4000 rpm.What can i do to improve this? Gas is 100 octane(RON) .Sometimes jb4 throws me up to the map 4 with reason afr lean...
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Default 07-04-2019, 04:42 AM

I decided to drive my car a little and jb4 threw me on map4, the reason was afr lean. I made a few logs then at the first 3 the boost was about 13-16 psi, and everything seemed normal ... but the last log went over 19 psi, trims went on 49, afr to 15.3 ... ign to 0 ... . strange is that jb4 did not throw me on map4 ... can anyone help and say what should i change so that this does not happen .. thank you. I use a translator so I apologize in advance.
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I decided to try raising FOL at 70 because trims are maxed out, afr is lean and have bad ign timing ... but my FPL goes pretty low ... FOL is it a reason for this? Or do I have another problem, adjusting logs. No codes and jb4 do not throw me at map4
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I decided to try raising FOL at 70 because trims are maxed out, afr is lean and have bad ign timing ... but my FPL goes pretty low ... FOL is it a reason for this? Or do I have another problem, adjusting logs. No codes and jb4 do not throw me at map4
try upping fol to 90

Stock LPFP?


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Default 07-30-2019, 11:39 AM

Yes,stock lpfp,before making FOL at 70 I have never seen such lpfp values, seen from previous logs. Thanks for the reply.
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Yes,stock lpfp,before making FOL at 70 I have never seen such lpfp values, seen from previous logs. Thanks for the reply.
Lets bump fol up a bit- relog and throw em up here


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Lets bump fol up a bit- relog and throw em up here
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Looks much better from a trims / HPFP standpoint.

It does look like you are at about the limit on the low end...might want to look into an upgrade.


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Looks much better from a trims / HPFP standpoint.

It does look like you are at about the limit on the low end...might want to look into an upgrade.
Thanks a lot for the help and the time, you mean upgrading the turbo or lpfp, or both Lastly, can I use these settings for daily driving? I wish you good health and good luck!
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Thanks a lot for the help and the time, you mean upgrading the turbo or lpfp, or both Lastly, can I use these settings for daily driving? I wish you good health and good luck!
yes for DD.

and BOTH in a perfect world ;0

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