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Default 01-22-2020, 07:36 AM

Yep, overboost. Drop your FF to 30 and do some adaptation pulls in map 1 or 2 and see how it does.


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Default 01-22-2020, 10:58 AM

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Yep, overboost. Drop your FF to 30 and do some adaptation pulls in map 1 or 2 and see how it does.
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Default 02-03-2020, 09:02 AM

OK, see my most recent log below. After finding a pinched vacuum hose and lower my ethanol content its looking better. Getting misfires at high rpm under heavy load. Need to gap my plugs to .20.
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Default 02-03-2020, 09:38 AM

This looks better.

Trims could use some tweaking, but not alarming.

Let’s get your upper RPM misfire sorted & we can dial this in a bit more.

You can close your Plug gap to .018 as well if you wish.

What are you using to control your meth ? (I see your fuel bias set to 100 across the board)


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Default 02-03-2020, 09:47 AM

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This looks better.

Trims could use some tweaking, but not alarming.

Letís get your upper RPM misfire sorted & we can dial this in a bit more.

You can close your Plug gap to .018 as well if you wish.

What are you using to control your meth ? (I see your fuel bias set to 100 across the board)
OK cool. Ill get to the plugs soon. I'm using BMS/JB4 to control meth.
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Sounds good


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Default 02-10-2020, 04:51 PM

OK, gapped plugs to .018, no more misfires. Still every once in a while getting fault 3100 low boost mode engaged and 30FE boost over target.

Just filled tank up with 50/50 E85. I see my FP_H is still dropping not sure why.
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Default 02-10-2020, 05:22 PM

What BOV system are you using? I'm seeing some bug surge after throttle closure (27PSI), you may need to get a larger manifold vacuum line to handle that. That may be the cause of your 30FE.

HPFP does seem to be crashing. Not sure why though. It does correspond with higher trims so you may have flow problems. Maybe reset your fuel OL setting to 60-65?


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Default 02-10-2020, 05:29 PM

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What BOV system are you using? I'm seeing some bug surge after throttle closure (27PSI), you may need to get a larger manifold vacuum line to handle that. That may be the cause of your 30FE.

HPFP does seem to be crashing. Not sure why though. It does correspond with higher trims so you may have flow problems. Maybe reset your fuel OL setting to 60-65?
Im running a cheap Tial wannabe BOV, the vacuum line is probably to small or need a different spring. I'm planning to replace all my vacuum lines.

Yeah, not sure whats up with the HPFP, I didn't have this problem running E50 on stock turbos. I'll reset my FOL to 60-65.
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Default 02-10-2020, 10:36 PM

Glad the new plugs fixed the misfire

You are now running upgraded Turbos, so completely different ballgame compared to stock snails.

You can bump FOL up a bit, if that doesn’t work, you’ll either want to dilute your mix, or possibly need more supporting fueling mods

I’d bump FOL up to 70 & monitor your trims


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