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I am new to this forum. I have a lot to learn. Here is my first log from a quick 0-100-ish pull I did. I am running a '17 Q60 RS AWD with AMS CAI & H/E, Fast Intentions catted FDP's, and an HKS Legamax exhaust with caps on. This is on map 6, which my installer set to 7 PSI over stock at the 5500-7000 RPM range, 5 PSI over stock below that. However, I DO live at an altitude of about 5,000 feet. Would be interested, like RandyNester above, if this is too aggressive? The last thing I want to do is damage my car.

Pre-install, car pulled 360 WHP and 391 ft/lbs WTQ
Post-Install/Tune pulled 406 WHP and 485 ft/lbs WTQ

I too had problems updating my JB4. Even though the ignition was on, the "writing" process failed many times. . . . I was eventually able to complete the update but not before it killed my battery leaving the ignition on so long.

Last comment/question; My JB4 does not show the gear my car is in. Is this normal for the VR30DDTT platform?

Great information on here and a great forum. Looking forward to your comments!
The map5 log looks good. What is interesting to see is how the altitude of 5K feet affects boost requested by the ECU and also target boost requested by the JB4. Looks like you're hitting a maximum of 9.9psi ECU and 14.5psi actual. A turbocharger at higher elevations has to work harder than at sea level so I'm not surprised to see the lower boost pressures especially on a RS with optical sensors.
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I ordered some solderless wire t taps from Amazon for quick disconnects. I donít have the fuel cables but Iím just preparing.
I'd like to do the same, but would like to know if the added resistance of a quick connector would have a negative effect on readings/tune.
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Default 01-12-2019, 05:13 PM

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I ordered some solderless wire t taps from Amazon for quick disconnects. I donít have the fuel cables but Iím just preparing.
I would only suggest using the posi-taps we include with the fuel wires kit and featured in the video.


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Default 01-12-2019, 05:24 PM

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The map5 log looks good. What is interesting to see is how the altitude of 5K feet affects boost requested by the ECU and also target boost requested by the JB4. Looks like you're hitting a maximum of 9.9psi ECU and 14.5psi actual. A turbocharger at higher elevations has to work harder than at sea level so I'm not surprised to see the lower boost pressures especially on a RS with optical sensors.
So, is it possible to set my Map 6 to 9-10 PSI over stock for a target actual of ~18 PSI (the max efficiency of the turbos)?

Thanks for looking at my log. I could repeat another log with higher Map 6 pressures if you would like.


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Default 01-12-2019, 05:58 PM

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So, is it possible to set my Map 6 to 9-10 PSI over stock for a target actual of ~18 PSI (the max efficiency of the turbos)?

Thanks for looking at my log. I could repeat another log with higher Map 6 pressures if you would like.
I wouldn't try to push 18psi right away and do incremental changes instead. At your elevation our turbochargers need to spin 5-10 percent faster to achieve required boost therefore putting them out of efficiency much sooner. Your supporting mods should make hitting your target easier though so take baby steps and look at the logs paying close attention to AFR and timing. Please post your map6 log for us to dissect.

Also, if the best fuel you can get is 91 octane, that will make a huge impact on whether or not you can hit your goal.
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Default 01-12-2019, 07:51 PM

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So, is it possible to set my Map 6 to 9-10 PSI over stock for a target actual of ~18 PSI (the max efficiency of the turbos)?

Thanks for looking at my log. I could repeat another log with higher Map 6 pressures if you would like.
No there are limits to how much boost can be added over stock due to WGDC limiters within the ECU we don't remove or raise. When talking about "max efficiency" you'd have to consider not just the boost but the boost at the CFM, so 18psi may work down low but may be way too much up top, for example.


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Default Fuel Wire Kit - 01-12-2019, 07:53 PM

2018 RS and would love to get the fuel wire kit to add to my JB4 setup. Do you know when you will have these available?
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2019 RS here as well waiting for that fuel kit... constantly looking for that release date
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Default 01-12-2019, 09:55 PM

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I would only suggest using the posi-taps we include with the fuel wires kit and featured in the video.
Ah my bad. Terry, please delete the three posts related to my connectors. I donít want to introduce any confusion and just stick with what is in the kit. Thanks.
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Default 01-13-2019, 07:12 AM

Terry @ BMS, when you sell fuel kit?
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2018 RS and would love to get the fuel wire kit to add to my JB4 setup. Do you know when you will have these available?
We sent out a handful of kits for testing, once we know it's working well we'll open it up to everyone. Maybe another week or so?


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Default 01-13-2019, 11:24 AM

Terry just out of curiosity when you do the mix of E85 and 91 octane do you still add the octane booster?
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Default 01-13-2019, 01:53 PM

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Terry just out of curiosity when you do the mix of E85 and 91 octane do you still add the octane booster?
As E85ís ethanol level changes station to station and season to season; it is recommended to check your E85 pumpís ethanol levels periodically. I use the following calculator to determine approximately how much of premium (93 here in NTX) & E85 I need to get to an E30 blend.

Calculate Ethanol % of Mixture

If I do not have access to E85 - I have been known to use an octane booster with MMT (NOS Racing Formula) with good results.


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Default 01-13-2019, 04:19 PM

Sounds great Terry. I cannot wait for the released. Thanks for all the hard work!


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Default 01-13-2019, 06:00 PM

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Terry just out of curiosity when you do the mix of E85 and 91 octane do you still add the octane booster?
No with E85 no need for octane booster!


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Default 01-13-2019, 10:19 PM

Thanks Terry, now when you did the dyno on the red sport with E-85 was that on map 5?
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Default 01-14-2019, 07:10 PM

Do the BMS silicone intake tubes fit the oem air boxes ?


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Do the BMS silicone intake tubes fit the oem air boxes ?
You may need to tweak them a bit but yes they do.


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Thanks Terry, now when you did the dyno on the red sport with E-85 was that on map 5?
The one on our website? I'm sure we posted when we did it in this thread somewhere.


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Default Infiniti Q60 RS JB +5PSI - 01-14-2019, 08:04 PM

Running a JB1 on my 17 Red Sport Q60. My current setting is +5PSI with DWP set at 38. Only have the JB1 on it no other mods. Only use mobile 93. I have this setting about 6k. Car runs great. I got a dragy and wanted to try to out.

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Default 01-14-2019, 08:09 PM

My real question is can a red sport run map 5 with 5 gal of E85 and the rest in 91 with map 5 because your dyno graph shows it with 6psi
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My real question is can a red sport run map 5 with 5 gal of E85 and the rest in 91 with map 5 because your dyno graph shows it with 6psi
Sure give it a whirl, let's see the log.


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Running a JB1 on my 17 Red Sport Q60.
Moving!


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Default 01-15-2019, 06:38 AM

Added the fuel wires to my JB4, just awaiting firmware
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Default 01-15-2019, 07:11 AM

Hi all. Iím new to this forum. Just got a JB4 last week for my 18í Q50 Luxe 3.0T AWD. Iím using map1 with 15 gallons 91octane mix with 5 gallons e85.

Dose anyone have Transmission problems TQslip or any drivetrains issues? Cause i drove on 2nd,3rd or 4th gear I fell jerkiness at rear tires at load of low speed WOT.

Itís not issues with traction control or tires slipping because my car has front wheels 20Ēx9Ē with 275/35/20 and rear 20Ēx10.5Ē with 305/30/20. They are Nitto NT05 tires. traction control off. The car has only 4,xxx miles.

Please help not sure issues with drivetrains or the tune. Data logs in 3rd gear.

Thanks.
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