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Default 2 step vs antilag jb4 - 09-17-2017, 07:55 PM

What's the difference between the 2step and antilag modules. The 2 ste0 still dumps fuel into the exhaust to spinup the turbos. Also has anyone seen any issues with running 2 step, blown turbos ****ed up internals? I know wotbox makes the screw in the crank walk out.
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You 2STEP a manual trans car from a stop to build boost. You anti-lag from a roll, MT, or automatic, to build boost (like brake boosting).


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Default Auto Trans? - 09-18-2017, 11:56 AM

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You 2STEP a manual trans car from a stop to build boost. You anti-lag from a roll, MT, or automatic, to build boost (like brake boosting).
I guess there isn't help for 6AT cars launching from a stop, is that correct? Wish we had some type of launch control other than brake boost (witch, if I recall correctly, xHP tells us not to do).


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I guess there isn't help for 6AT cars launching from a stop, is that correct? Wish we had some type of launch control other than brake boost (witch, if I recall correctly, xHP tells us not to do).
You can still use anti lag from a dig, it just takes practice to get it to work with the launch. Plus from my experience, it hits or miss that the car might throw a code when doing it.


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Default 09-18-2017, 03:16 PM

Was just about to post something similar. How bad is it for your turbos? I want to do it but don't want to blow stuff up. I obviously wouldn't do the 2 step from every red light as much as I would want to


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Thanks N54QC & Rsoxs19, appreciate the information. I love my car to death, the acceleration from any speed other than zero is incredible. However when another fast car pulls up to mine at a light, I just hate it. Giving up a 1.5-2 seconds to build boost isn't fair when cars are doing 0-60mph in around 4.5 - 6 sec. I guess this is a good argument for upgrading my turbos as it will allow me to build higher levels of boost quicker, which I think should help my "red light issue". This should be even more important at my high elevation (5000 ft) which has my stock turbos gasping.


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Thanks N54QC & Rsoxs19, appreciate the information. I love my car to death, the acceleration from any speed other than zero is incredible. However when another fast car pulls up to mine at a light, I just hate it. Giving up a 1.5-2 seconds to build boost isn't fair when cars are doing 0-60mph in around 4.5 - 6 sec. I guess this is a good argument for upgrading my turbos as it will allow me to build higher levels of boost quicker, which I think should help my "red light issue". This should be even more important at my high elevation (5000 ft) which has my stock turbos gasping.
Sorry, but it's wrong. With uprgaded (bigger) turbos it will last even longer to get you to boost. There are no turbos, which gets you faster off the line than OEM (without brake boosting). Your only solution is brake boosting, or MT swap.


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Sorry, but it's wrong. With uprgaded (bigger) turbos it will last even longer to get you to boost. There are no turbos, which gets you faster off the line than OEM (without brake boosting). Your only solution is brake boosting, or MT swap.
Darn, I was hoping for an excuse to install some Pure Stage 2's


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Default 09-19-2017, 09:27 AM

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Darn, I was hoping for an excuse to install some Pure Stage 2's
Install it, you won't regret everytime your rpms hits 3000...


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Default 09-19-2017, 10:10 AM

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Install it, you won't regret everytime your rpms hits 3000...
Will it make that big of a difference if you don't run E85?


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Will it make that big of a difference if you don't run E85?
Hybrids needs boost, so you need E85 or meth/water. You can expect around 500whp on 93, IMHO it's not big diffecence for that price. I remeber, one tuner makes 607whp with PTE6466 on 91 octane, stock head, stage 2LPFP, no PI or other fueling.
Maybe VTTs can makes some good results, I mean with GC+, but it's not released yet...


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Default 09-19-2017, 01:33 PM

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Darn, I was hoping for an excuse to install some Pure Stage 2's
Yes generally speaking, the bigger the turbo the longer it takes to build boost. But that wouldn't hold me back from buying hybrids unless all you care about is getting off the line quick.


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Hybrids needs boost, so you need E85 or meth/water. You can expect around 500whp on 93, IMHO it's not big diffecence for that price. I remeber, one tuner makes 607whp with PTE6466 on 91 octane, stock head, stage 2LPFP, no PI or other fueling.
Maybe VTTs can makes some good results, I mean with GC+, but it's not released yet...
Chris just sent out a teaser on spool street of a new cast turbo they are working on that should be released relatively soon. They won't say if it's the GC+ or not but he said they will release more info on it pretty soon.


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Chris just sent out a teaser on spool street of a new cast turbo they are working on that should be released relatively soon. They won't say if it's the GC+ or not but he said they will release more info on it pretty soon.
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I still can't get my anti-lag to work, I have the most current flash and found the instal easy. Any one know of a video that explains step by step
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Default 10-17-2017, 09:08 AM

Record a JB4 log of you attempting to engage it.

From a roll you let off the gas, press the volume down, press the gas 100%, and let go of volume when you want to take off.


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