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Default Check in Data Logs - 05-19-2019, 09:12 AM

Hey guys,

I've been running the BEF PUMP for a bit now after my initial check-in with you guys, and wanted to throw some new logs your way for your review and comments.

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-Running 93 octane

Also wondering where I can find some reading material on Map 6 to see about bumping up a tad.

Thanks in advance!!
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Default 05-19-2019, 09:30 AM

And here was the best run of the night
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Default 05-19-2019, 03:12 PM

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And here was the best run of the night
Overall the log looks pretty solid.

Turbos have more in them for sure.

Fueling wise your LPFP looks about maxed up top. If we were going to bump things up- Iíd Rec an LPFP upgrade.


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Default 05-19-2019, 06:32 PM

I'm listening heh

What stage do you recommend? I'd like to go meth one day, as 93 octane isn't going to be available in the area in moving to in a few years.

And how much of a PITA is the fuel pump install? I assume it's in tank?
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I'm listening heh

What stage do you recommend? I'd like to go meth one day, as 93 octane isn't going to be available in the area in moving to in a few years.

And how much of a PITA is the fuel pump install? I assume it's in tank?
Not that hard to install

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Default 05-19-2019, 08:38 PM

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I'm listening heh

What stage do you recommend? I'd like to go meth one day, as 93 octane isn't going to be available in the area in moving to in a few years.

And how much of a PITA is the fuel pump install? I assume it's in tank?
Our bucketless is probably the most popular choice & would give you plenty of headroom.


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Default 05-20-2019, 12:59 PM

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Solid, I was worried it was a drop the tank sort of situation
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Default 05-20-2019, 02:45 PM

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Our bucketless is probably the most popular choice & would give you plenty of headroom.
Do you mean the bucketless stage 2? Does it need Hobs switches? I like the idea of maintaining the bucket like on the stage 2 with bucket, but don't like the prospect of burning out the fuel module.

What is the stage 1 in line capable of supporting?
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Default 05-20-2019, 04:50 PM

No Hobb switch needed

Bucketless
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Default 05-30-2019, 10:51 AM

Installed the stage 2 bucketless LPFP and did some a few pulls in 2nd and 3rd gear.
Not sure if 2nd gear pulls are useful for logs, but it's easier to find a road for a 2nd gear redline than a 3rd gear redline lol
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Installed the stage 2 bucketless LPFP and did some a few pulls in 2nd and 3rd gear.
Not sure if 2nd gear pulls are useful for logs, but it's easier to find a road for a 2nd gear redline than a 3rd gear redline lol
2nd isnít great for logging

Your 3rd gear logs look really clean- HUGE improvement in the LPFP. You can jump up to the next map if you wanted to push it a bit more.


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Yes please! Haha
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Yes please! Haha


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Default 05-30-2019, 11:59 AM

Should I go map 7? Or 6 with adjustments?
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Should I go map 7? Or 6 with adjustments?
Letís see 7 & evaluate


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Great! I'll get some pulls in tonight.

Just to confirm, you don't need to do adaptation pulls when switching between maps?
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Default 05-31-2019, 11:42 PM

Did a few pulls in map 7, mostly kicking me into map 4 for over-boosting.

Thoughts? Thanks again for your help, Dave
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Did a few pulls in map 7, mostly kicking me into map 4 for over-boosting.

Thoughts? Thanks again for your help, Dave
Looks like your hitting boost safety- bump that up to say 20 or 21

do that & relog- cyl 5 looks to be down a bit on timing too- will keep an eye on that


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I still have the stock TMAP, going to 20-21 is fine?

Agreed, I noticed cylinder 5 is usually down on timing near the top end. I haven't done plugs on this car since I picked it up a few months back. Would it be appropriate to got with the 2 step colder plug around this level of tuning?

I'll run a few pulls tonight
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I still have the stock TMAP, going to 20-21 is fine?

Agreed, I noticed cylinder 5 is usually down on timing near the top end. I haven't done plugs on this car since I picked it up a few months back. Would it be appropriate to got with the 2 step colder plug around this level of tuning?

I'll run a few pulls tonight
Yup- go with a 1 or 2 step colder plug & gap appropriately

Stock tmap- set boost safety to 20, it should let you do that


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I swapped out the cylinder 5 coil and moved it to cylinder 1. The timing error moved to cylinder 1, so I have a new Delphi coil on the way. Once that comes in later this week, I'll reattempt some pulls based on your recommendations

Also ordered some NGK 97506 because the NGK 5992/95770 are all back ordered everywhere. I'm now thinking the 97506 might be TOO cold for the boost level/timing I'm running? Guess we'll see!

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I swapped out the cylinder 5 coil and moved it to cylinder 1. The timing error moved to cylinder 1, so I have a new Delphi coil on the way. Once that comes in later this week, I'll reattempt some pulls based on your recommendations

Also ordered some NGK 97506 because the NGK 5992/95770 are all back ordered everywhere. I'm now thinking the 97506 might be TOO cold for the boost level/timing I'm running? Guess we'll see!

Thanks for the continued support!
I run those same plugs on a virtually stock 335, no issues.

Gap to .020


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Gapped and installed new plugs, replaced the failing coil, no more misfires!

Still getting kicked back down to Map 4 because I'm exceeding the boost safety. I've set it to 21 psi, the JB4 mobile won't let me set it any higher than 21.
Was able to get a clean run of my first pull, all the other got kicked into Map 4 for boost safety.

Time for a new TMAP?
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Gapped and installed new plugs, replaced the failing coil, no more misfires!

Still getting kicked back down to Map 4 because I'm exceeding the boost safety. I've set it to 21 psi, the JB4 mobile won't let me set it any higher than 21.
Was able to get a clean run of my first pull, all the other got kicked into Map 4 for boost safety.

Time for a new TMAP?
neither of these logs kick you into Map 4

If you are trying to target anything above 21 you should upgrade the TMAP


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Default 06-07-2019, 11:58 PM

The second log doesn't show map 4, but you can see the target boost drops to 8psi
On the JB4 mobile it was definitely in map 4 after that run.
If the log looks clean and there's room to go up still using 93 octane, maybe TMAP is the next move
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