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Default 09-25-2013, 02:04 PM

Terry. How do you think this set up would fair with a stock IC and drop in filter? I am considering this set up for an otherwise stock 335is DCT with regular access to 93 E0 fuel. Thanks!
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Default 09-25-2013, 02:58 PM

We don't have a free flash file yet for the IS models. But you'd be fine on map 2 and the factory is flash with 93 octane.


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Default 09-25-2013, 06:41 PM

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We don't have a free flash file yet for the IS models. But you'd be fine on map 2 and the factory is flash with 93 octane.
I saw a guy with a video on YouTube with a 335is running the JB4/BMS flash running 11.9/118mph with tune only. Any idea what flash that was?
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Default 09-25-2013, 06:58 PM

The original back end flash that you load via a Cobb.


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Default 09-26-2013, 02:26 PM

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Interesting, I always thought you preferred Map 5. I guess that was for cars without the BMS Flash?

switching to Map 2 when I get home....
I was under the same impression. I'm FBO w/ bms pump flash, is it safe to assume that I should be running map 2 now?

I'm currently running map 5.
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Default 09-27-2013, 04:45 AM

I could see map 2 being better than map 5 on a dyno (because you're in a building with NO changing conditions), but how is it better on the road? Is it because map 2 works better with the backend flash?





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Default 09-28-2013, 01:45 PM

What kind of numbers did this car dyno pre-pump-flash on 91oct? I finally applied the pump flash to my DME and don't feel an appreciable difference.

Your post-flash 91oct hp numbers are comparable to my e85 numbers; so, I kind of expected that same "raped ape" feeling on 93oct post pump-flash as I got from the e85.

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Default 09-29-2013, 10:16 AM

Hi guys, I just flash my car with the pimp flash and update to iso27.2 do I have to change setting in the jb4 ?

I remember that we have to put 0 some where but I don't remember where and I can't find the answer on the flashing thread.

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Default 09-29-2013, 12:08 PM

Under the user adjustment tab in jb4, you want all zeroes in the all map afr and cps fields. You may also want to set the JB4 to ignore dme boost values by going into the steering wheel settings and enabling menu 4-2.


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Hi guys, I just flash my car with the pimp flash and update to iso27.2 do I have to change setting in the jb4 ?

I remember that we have to put 0 some where but I don't remember where and I can't find the answer on the flashing thread.

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Default 09-29-2013, 12:13 PM

Thanks man ! Greatly appreciated !!!
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Default 09-29-2013, 12:27 PM

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=mister_jp;277407]Hi guys, I just flash my car with the pimp flash
I want THIS flash! Does this make your N54 run more smoove and command respect from all other cars!?!?!? "B!tch betta have my fuel!"

in all seriousness, make sure you change the drop down menu selection in the SETTINGS tab to G5 ISO with BMS Flash, 1M, or 335is.

Also make sure you RESTORE DEFAULTS under the FILE menu.





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Default 09-29-2013, 12:36 PM

I am not too up to date on the G5 board, but what is it about this combo that is allowing the n54 to make so much more power than Cobb alone on 91 oct?

I thought the major limitation with 91 oct was the timing, not fueling.
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Default 09-29-2013, 12:37 PM

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I want THIS flash! Does this make your N54 run more smoove and command respect from all other cars!?!?!? "B!tch betta have my fuel!"

in all seriousness, make sure you change the drop down menu selection in the SETTINGS tab to G5 ISO with BMS Flash, 1M, or 335is.

Also make sure you RESTORE DEFAULTS under the FILE menu.
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Default 10-03-2013, 07:53 PM

ok so if I run, $%$^ , 91 (El PASO don't have 93 Grr), FMIC, AFe intake, Meth 70/30, wish back flash should I run? I think you send me Race (is there a new one?) and wut MAP is the best, like Bigdaddycain I thought MAP5 was the best..
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Default 10-03-2013, 08:05 PM

Meth = race.


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Default 10-23-2013, 11:33 AM

no ********* need for the map 1 91 octane or map 2 93 octane ? just jb4 g5 and intake ?
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Default 10-23-2013, 10:24 PM

ordering my cable in a few days I wss expecting to get 380ish hp with my 35 to 40% e85 blend when I was on map 5 but I got 93oct here so map 2 it is and ill still mix in a little e85 or 100oct just for the hell of it
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Default 10-23-2013, 10:28 PM

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no ********* need for the map 1 91 octane or map 2 93 octane ? just jb4 g5 and intake ?
I have same question!


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Cool 10-24-2013, 09:00 AM

Just enought octane to run either Map.


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Default 10-25-2013, 11:39 AM

So wait the backend flash makes this big of a difference?? I have the g5, intake, and ********* and don't think my numbers are near that high.


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Default 10-28-2013, 08:53 AM

Every dyno reads differently. But the pump gas back end is a great upgrade IMHO.


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Default 12-14-2013, 12:06 AM

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Every dyno reads differently. But the pump gas back end is a great upgrade IMHO.
Will we need to upgrade fuel pump to run e85 on a stock 335i with jb4 and back flash??


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Will we need to upgrade fuel pump to run e85 on a stock 335i with jb4 and back flash??
To run high concentrations, yes. Every car is different on what it can handle. The key is logging to watch your low and high fuel pressures. Most stock fuel systems will be good for E30-50. Some will have issues lower than that, some will be able to get away with more. My car didn't like more than E45. There is an inline pump that basically augments your stock low pressure fuel pump (LPFP) and allows you to run more E85. There is a link to the DIY on how to install this below.

I would start by verifying the ethanol content at you local station. Right now winter blends are going to contain less than 85% ethanol. My local station is E77. You can go as far as test your 91/93 octane as well, which should be about 10%. Then you can more accurately calculate your Ethanol content going into the car. I would start with E30 and log. Move up to E35, log, E40, log. etc.
I would stay with the race flash until you hit about E50. At that point you can try the E85 map.

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Default 12-14-2013, 03:43 AM

Any idea when this will be done for the n55s?


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Default 12-14-2013, 08:15 AM

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To run high concentrations, yes. Every car is different on what it can handle. The key is logging to watch your low and high fuel pressures. Most stock fuel systems will be good for E30-50. Some will have issues lower than that, some will be able to get away with more. My car didn't like more than E45. There is an inline pump that basically augments your stock low pressure fuel pump (LPFP) and allows you to run more E85. There is a link to the DIY on how to install this below.

I would start by verifying the ethanol content at you local station. Right now winter blends are going to contain less than 85% ethanol. My local station is E77. You can go as far as test your 91/93 octane as well, which should be about 10%. Then you can more accurately calculate your Ethanol content going into the car. I would start with E30 and log. Move up to E35, log, E40, log. etc.
I would stay with the race flash until you hit about E50. At that point you can try the E85 map.

Walbro GSL392 inline LPFP DIY
http://www.n54tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=20721
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