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Default Firmware update order and other questions - 05-06-2019, 06:27 PM

In the Ford 3.5 EB sticky fire are updates, there are three. Do I need to do them all in order or will just loading the latest #3 give me everything in 1&2 as well? I have loaded #3 successfully.
I have a 2018 Raptor with a Roush CAI and the JB4 with the connect kit. I have changed the plugs to the Motorcraft SP542 iridium (cooler) plug to handle the CAI and the tuner. I run only 93 octane gas. When the JB4 is not on, the throttle seems fine, when JB 4 is on Map 1,2 or 3 the throttle seems to fall flat initially and then come in strong, does the same when in sport mode when in throttle, off and back on. Suggestions? Many thanks
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Default 05-07-2019, 10:28 AM

Only need to update to the latest file which is this one:

JB4_F150_3.hex


Can you get a log on map 0 and map 1 so we can see whats going on?


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Default 05-12-2019, 10:01 AM

Hi Payam

I waited to respond as was having truck in for service and some harsh shifting concerns in sport mode. The dealer did a transmission reprogram (TSB 18-2274), and it appears to have made the throttle more responsive and the shifts faster, seems to have corrected the problem of the stumbling that I alluded to in my original. Thanks
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Decided I will go ahead and send you the logs - Map 0, 1 & 2; however, not sure how to attach the .csv files within a message? I see where they can be emailed. To recap, I have a 2018 raptor with a Roush CAI and the JB4, and run only 93 octane fuel. On map zero obviously the truck runs as one would expect. On map one I seem to get some Drago hesitation and on map to no throttle hesitation but some wastegate rattle on the top end, or I believe it is that. Wanted to send the logs, can you advise how to do that please. Thanks
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