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Old 02-13-2018, 02:59 PM   #1
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27.5psi taper 25psi redline

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E30 fuel
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Old Race video on jb4 only (22-18psi) (LOG at end of video)
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Car pulls great. Alot harder with stack
Same 99% perfectly flat road.
Previous best was 6-6.1 60-100mph on jb4 only (288whp 357wtq) 22-18psi 2’ better timing curve

Now i’m seeing 5.3-5.4 60-100mph. (Still have to get dyno)

Currently installing meth because IATs go up 40’ above ambiant in one pull. Should hopefully see good results! Maybe get me down to 5.1-5.2?

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Old 02-13-2018, 03:47 PM   #2
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Wow that is so nice!
Whats your 0-60 times for each?
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Old 02-13-2018, 03:52 PM   #3
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Wow that is so nice!
Whats your 0-60 times for each?
No clue. Traction sucks.. fwd is lame. But on a drag tire.. i’d guess somewhere in 4s
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Old 02-13-2018, 09:11 PM   #4
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I have been considering doing the very thing you have. $300 for software actually designed for my turbo, and then the JB4 just for logging, ethanol, and maybe some methanol in the future. It seems you are getting very good results doing that very thing!

I'm curious what your 60-100 is with the JB4 in map 4 with 93. Is it slower or faster than when you were JB4 only with e30...
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Old 02-13-2018, 09:36 PM   #5
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I have been considering doing the very thing you have. $300 for software actually designed for my turbo, and then the JB4 just for logging, ethanol, and maybe some methanol in the future. It seems you are getting very good results doing that very thing!

I'm curious what your 60-100 is with the JB4 in map 4 with 93. Is it slower or faster than when you were JB4 only with e30...
For me going from jb4 only it was well worth it, afrs where I want no more 51trims issues, speedlimiter, and tq limiter remove but biggest difference for me was the spool. Went from slightly lagged to instant.

93oct map 4 60-100 iíll have to test get back to you. Butt dyno it felt quicker then jb4 e30 tbh. My map is actually pretty agressive heres log from map4 93oct. Here is log to 6500rpm https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Hy...YCLiO4qv6Qledn
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Old 02-15-2018, 11:04 PM   #6
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You're right about the response Ironshade. I just got a tune after being different versions of JB for a couple years.

The tune makes the car noticeably more responsive all over. It takes away all the goopey response most VWs have.That feeling where you hit the gas and the car needs to think about it for three seconds is gone. There is still lag, there is still boost threshold, but it's all more linear.

Even at stock boost the car should run this way. Should come from the factory this way. Even the 1.4 Chevy Cruze turbo doesn't have that weird VW response.
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Old 03-03-2018, 08:02 AM   #7
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do u have a log for just 93 oct apr is20 tune no jb4? whats the peak at the taper?
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Old 03-03-2018, 01:38 PM   #8
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https://drive.google.com/open?id=1tr...r2YmfyGRzrti5p

Apr only. On 93oct

Btw i just got meth hooked up, and i’m going to turn it up another 2or so psi and upgrade to apr100oct. I’ll be running 93+meth on their 100oct because of their more agressive timing request
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Old 03-07-2018, 03:50 AM   #9
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Turns out water meth helps alot! 5.1-5.2 60-100mph

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Old 03-29-2018, 03:43 AM   #10
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Ordered is38, intercooler, inlet and outlet pipes and intake. Officially full bolt on on is38. Should be a monster soon
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Old 03-29-2018, 04:16 PM   #11
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Nice, do you get any codes with the E30? What is that, like 4 gallons of E85 and the rest 93?
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Old 03-29-2018, 06:23 PM   #12
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Nice, do you get any codes with the E30? What is that, like 4 gallons of E85 and the rest 93?
E30 is just 30% eth. Doesn't matter which octane. So 13 gallon...What's 30% of that? :-P

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E30 is just 30% eth. Doesn't matter which octane. So 13 gallon...What's 30% of that? :-P

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Ah but you can't put 13 gallons in unless you find a magic pump. So assume your tank can hold 12 for the purpose of ethanol ratio.
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I don't think it's quite that simple because even 93 octane contains a small percentage of ethanol. So you have to do the math or use one of those online calculators.

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I don't think it's quite that simple because even 93 octane contains a small percentage of ethanol. So you have to do the math or use one of those online calculators.
The pumps I use say NO eth. I've put 11 in and the gauge said 2 gallons to empty. That's just hitting the fill up now warning.

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I got inspired and decided to make an excel calculator:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing
The numbers entered apply to my situation, so if I wanted true e30 I would need to fill with around 4.5 gallons of e85, but if Travis9935 with his no ethanol fuel wanted true e30 he would have to fill up nearly 6 gallons of e85 (for the first fill up).

Another thing to keep in mind is most e85 isn't actually 85% ethanol. My "local" pump's e85 is stated to have between ~50% and ~75% actual ethanol content. I think it's usually around 70%.
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I got inspired and decided to make an excel calculator:
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The numbers entered apply to my situation, so if I wanted true e30 I would need to fill with around 4.5 gallons of e85, but if Travis9935 with his no ethanol fuel wanted true e30 he would have to fill up nearly 6 gallons of e85.

Another thing to keep in mind is most e85 isn't actually 85% ethanol. My "local" pump's e85 is stated to have between ~50% and ~75% actual ethanol content. I think it's usually around 70%.
Yep, also depends on winter/summer blend. Mid state (like 200 miles from me) we have some already mixed badass pumps...

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