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Default First time log - 12-05-2018, 10:20 AM

Hi guys. First time posting a log, hopefully i get this right

2009 335i steptronic
Jb4 G5 + mhd pump bef
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Exhaust flap mod
New ngk plugs one step colder

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Vrsf 7" hd intercooler (on the way)
Vrsf chargepipe (on the way)
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Default 12-05-2018, 10:26 AM

Looks pretty good to me, what fuel are you using?

Enable 6 cylinder timing in the user adjustments tab.
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Default 12-05-2018, 10:29 AM

Oops missed that part.

4.5 gallons e85 and 11.5 gallons 93
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Default 12-05-2018, 10:30 AM

Ill enable 6 cyl timing and log a few more pulls thanks
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Default 12-05-2018, 10:31 AM

I do have low pressure fuel sensor issue and have a new sensor on the way

This is map 5 btw.
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Default 12-05-2018, 11:12 AM

Yes, the LPFP is stagnant so I assume that was an issue but HPFP is fine. Looks good man, get me another log when you have a chance now that you enabled 6 cyl timing.


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Default 12-05-2018, 11:48 AM

Here is that updated log with 6cyl timing enabled
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Default 12-05-2018, 09:12 PM

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Here is that updated log with 6cyl timing enabled
I donít think 6cyl timing is enabled, double check settings



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Default 12-06-2018, 04:28 AM

Ahh. It seems I entered the wrong value for my DME version. Ill get on this right away.
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Default 12-06-2018, 07:48 AM

Ok here is a log with 6 cyl timing enabled. Im out of e85. Closest station is an hour from me. Filled back up with 93 from an empty tank.

This is now map 2 with the mhd pump backend.

Charge pipe, intercooler and low psi sensor will be delivered today.
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Default 12-06-2018, 07:26 PM

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Ok here is a log with 6 cyl timing enabled. Im out of e85. Closest station is an hour from me. Filled back up with 93 from an empty tank.

This is now map 2 with the mhd pump backend.

Charge pipe, intercooler and low psi sensor will be delivered today.
There we go.

Timing looks alright...post shift, it flat lines & recovers on all but cyl 4&5, weíd need a longer log into 4th to see if those cyl recover.

Overall this looks alright- a splash of e85 would probably help.



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Default 12-08-2018, 06:27 AM

Vrsf 7" hd fmic, chargepipe, and low pressure fuel sensor installed. Went for a long shakedown run last night and managed to get one pull in. unfortunately it seems i double upshifted from 3 to 5th. Im winding this thing out to about 6800 in manual mode and im wondering if its upshifting automatically at the same time i hit the paddle. I know i should be shifting earlier but im only doing this for logging purposes.

In my defense ive only owned this car 3 weeks. It still has temporary tags. Lol

Anyway. Still on map 2 running 93 octane. Will make a run for some e85 as soon as i can.

On a side note. I surprised the hell out of a new base model vette.
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Default 12-09-2018, 11:43 AM

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Vrsf 7" hd fmic, chargepipe, and low pressure fuel sensor installed. Went for a long shakedown run last night and managed to get one pull in. unfortunately it seems i double upshifted from 3 to 5th. Im winding this thing out to about 6800 in manual mode and im wondering if its upshifting automatically at the same time i hit the paddle. I know i should be shifting earlier but im only doing this for logging purposes.

In my defense ive only owned this car 3 weeks. It still has temporary tags. Lol

Anyway. Still on map 2 running 93 octane. Will make a run for some e85 as soon as i can.

On a side note. I surprised the hell out of a new base model vette.
A few things:

Boost looks ok

Timing looks to crap out post shift

LPFP- looks extremely tired. Iíd suggest an upgrade ASAP, values are low, if you added e85 it would get even worse, shoot me a PM we can get you setup when you are ready .

Do you have lockdown disabled? Thatís probably why you are upshifting on WOT



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Default 12-09-2018, 05:37 PM

Lockdown disabled? What exactly is that?

Is the pulled timing post shift an issue? What can i do to correct this?

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Is it possible its pulling timing because its shifting itself at redline? Possibly shifting against the limiter?

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Default 12-09-2018, 10:14 PM

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Lockdown disabled? What exactly is that?

Is the pulled timing post shift an issue? What can i do to correct this?

Sending a PM shortly.

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Is it possible its pulling timing because its shifting itself at redline? Possibly shifting against the limiter?
Autocorrect- kickdown is what I meant.

Post shift timing plagues a lot of guys in the community- generally you just want it to recover & not stay flat lined



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Default 12-10-2018, 07:18 AM

Gotcha. Looking at all of my logs timing always seem to recover.

Kickdown blocker is on the list.

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Gotcha. Looking at all of my logs timing always seem to recover.

Kickdown blocker is on the list.

Thanks.


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Default 12-11-2018, 03:43 PM

Dave

Here is another log after resetting adaptations. look any better?
I still will be upgrading the pump to allow me to use higher percentages of e85. Just wanna know if it looks ok for now .

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Here is another log after resetting adaptations. look any better?
I still will be upgrading the pump to allow me to use higher percentages of e85. Just wanna know if it looks ok for now .

Thanks
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Timing still looks poor on a few cylinders, and the LPFP hits the 40s up top in the rpm range, id run a less aggressive map day to day



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Default 12-13-2018, 06:33 AM

Dave

I said screw it and went ahead and ordered the pump you recommended. Since I dont have access to E85 on a day to day basis ill be installing a meth injection kit after DPís. Hopefully in the future weíll get some E85 closer to my area.

Here is a log from this morning on map 5. Still running 93 octane.

Thanks for your help
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I said screw it and went ahead and ordered the pump you recommended. Since I dont have access to E85 on a day to day basis ill be installing a meth injection kit after DPís. Hopefully in the future weíll get some E85 closer to my area.

Here is a log from this morning on map 5. Still running 93 octane.

Thanks for your help
This isnít with the pump installed, correct?



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Lol. No. Just placed the order.
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Default 12-17-2018, 08:42 PM

Got the stage 2 fuel pump in and drove up and got some E. Reflashed to the E85 BEF. Running around an e50 mix.

Got two logs in. One on map 5. Couldnt help myself and got a log in on map 7.
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Default 12-17-2018, 09:36 PM

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Got the stage 2 fuel pump in and drove up and got some E. Reflashed to the E85 BEF. Running around an e50 mix.

Got two logs in. One on map 5. Couldnt help myself and got a log in on map 7.
Fuel pressure looks better on the low end

Iíve never been a fan of map 5, that doesnít look bad though.

Letís start @ map 2- do 1-2 adaptation WOT pulls, and log after. 2k to redline in 3rd.



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Default 12-18-2018, 05:16 AM

Done. Log attached

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