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Default Fuel It Stage 2 Pump and E85 - Need Some Help - 05-15-2019, 05:52 PM

Just installed a stage 2 bucketless fuel it pump today. Here's one of the logs that I took in 3rd gear. I put around 4 gallons of e85 on a little bit more than a 1/4 tank of gas (93).

Seemed to be running fine but towards the end it was hesitating while driving normal and could only hit around 8psi. Also when coming to a stop the rpm would just up to like 1200 and then drop like it was almost going to stall, it did that twice. Not sure what to do now so any advice is appreciated.

I've just added the last pull before it went into map 4 as well.
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File Type: csv 2019-05-15 20_31_01_Map-4.csv (5.8 KB, 22 views)

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Default 05-15-2019, 07:20 PM

Took it for another drive and it did the stutter once towards the beginning (seemed to happen while driving normal and on deceleration). After that, the car seemed to run great without any issues or rpm jumping/almost stalling. I took 2 more logs.

One is 3rd gear and the other is 2nd gear. I forget which is which but I believe the earlier log is 3rd gear.
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Took it for another drive and it did the stutter once towards the beginning (seemed to happen while driving normal and on deceleration). After that, the car seemed to run great without any issues or rpm jumping/almost stalling. I took 2 more logs.

One is 3rd gear and the other is 2nd gear. I forget which is which but I believe the earlier log is 3rd gear.
Hpfp / LPFP pressure looks fine

When you read codes, what are you getting?


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Default 05-16-2019, 05:58 AM

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Hpfp / LPFP pressure looks fine

When you read codes, what are you getting?
No codes at all. Car was driving great this morning, no issues. Now the question is shouldn't I be hitting more boost with a 50/50 mix e85/93 (guessing around e40)? Maybe it needs more time to adjust? I've only done a few WOT pulls so far.
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Read Avg Ign: you are at 4.1 may need time to adjust or poor fuel quality, or a few more adaptation runs
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Default 05-16-2019, 03:56 PM

Car seems to be driving fine but did some 2nd gear pulls on the way home today and on my last from 2nd to 3rd it dropped back to map 4. Here's the log.

Any adjustments I can make?
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Car seems to be driving fine but did some 2nd gear pulls on the way home today and on my last from 2nd to 3rd it dropped back to map 4. Here's the log.

Any adjustments I can make?
Looks like you go into open look, then lean- throwing you into maP4

Do you have the BEF loaded ?


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Looks like you go into open look, then lean- throwing you into maP4

Do you have the BEF loaded ?
I have the latest pump gas flashed loaded. Should I try and red lash it maybe it didnít go through for some reason?
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I have the latest pump gas flashed loaded. Should I try and red lash it maybe it didnít go through for some reason?
Reflash, just to be safe & double check settings


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