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Old 06-30-2018, 03:06 PM   #1684
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Just for my own knowledge, and firmware updates coming soon?
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Old 07-02-2018, 04:23 PM   #1685
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Made some changes to Map 6. Boost number are looking much better (actually boosting over targets), but timing isn't great, and also still getting some timing pull (less now though). It was hot (mid 90s).

Map 4: https://datazap.me/u/joofcorn/map-4-...14-25-26-27-28
Map 6: https://datazap.me/u/joofcorn/map-4-...14-25-26-27-28

Settings right now look like this:

1500: 7.9
2000: 9.9
2500: 12.1
3000: 14.2
3500: 16.5
4000: 17.7
4500: 18
5000: 17.7
5500: 16.7
6000: 14.1
6500: 12.1
7000: 9.2

FOL: 60
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Old 07-02-2018, 07:57 PM   #1686
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For super hot weather that timing actually doesn't look too bad. For colder weather I would imagine your logs would look damn near perfect. You are getting a lot more boost than you request down super low, which only seems to affect your timing after 3500rpm. Maybe for hot weather safety you should decrease your boost at 3500-4500rpm. I think I would set it to:
3500: 15.5
4000: 16.5
4500: 17.5
I bet your timing later in the rev range will increase as well by doing this.
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Old 07-04-2018, 05:19 PM   #1687
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Cooler day, dropped to 17.5 Psi peak boost, FOL still at 60, and adjusted the boost curve a bit.
Timing looks much better. Guess I'll have fun with this a while before trying to add some E85. https://datazap.me/u/joofcorn/175psi...log=0&data=1-4
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Old 07-04-2018, 08:23 PM   #1688
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Hey you guys on map 6, have you gone to a colder spark plug or upgraded coils? If so, which did you go with? I’m going to be doing a downpipe soon along with a map 6 build and I was wondering if it would be good to drop to a colder plug at this point.
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Old 07-04-2018, 10:22 PM   #1689
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Cooler day, dropped to 17.5 Psi peak boost, FOL still at 60, and adjusted the boost curve a bit.
Timing looks much better. Guess I'll have fun with this a while before trying to add some E85. https://datazap.me/u/joofcorn/175psi...log=0&data=1-4
interesting that now the real boost is lower than requested rather than higher like before. That seems like a weird amount of variation.
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Old 07-05-2018, 02:27 AM   #1690
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interesting that now the real boost is lower than requested rather than higher like before. That seems like a weird amount of variation.
Yeah still not sure why that one log was over boosting. I did adjust my boost in the lower RPM range up a bit higher, might be having an effect. In a couple other logs later today after it heated up, I did start getting a bit of timing pull. So most of my timing pull may be mostly heat related.
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Old 07-06-2018, 10:36 AM   #1691
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Got some big number out of this 1.8T Row IS38 car. Its got IS20 Racingline software on the backend.
Fuel is 70% 93 and the balance Toluene which has major knock resistance.

26psi peak taper to 22.

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Old 07-06-2018, 01:27 PM   #1692
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Hi guys

Today I upgraded firmware to 6B and now I have two codes showing up all the time. 3AD2 (rail pressure) and 3BEF (boost pressure not reached). I can not get rid of them. If I read codes they are there. If I hit the delete codes button they are still there. And if I hit show saved codes there are like 10 times the same stored codes.
But if I read the ECU with f.e. torque pro app there is no code. Is this a bug?
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Old 07-06-2018, 09:17 PM   #1693
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Got some big number out of this 1.8T Row IS38 car. Its got IS20 Racingline software on the backend.
Fuel is 70% 93 and the balance Toluene which has major knock resistance.

26psi peak taper to 22.

https://s6.postimg.cc/h1uoafj81/3654...09128192_n.jpg
On a mustang dyno too, damn.
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Old 07-07-2018, 02:13 AM   #1694
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Got some big number out of this 1.8T Row IS38 car. Its got IS20 Racingline software on the backend.
Fuel is 70% 93 and the balance Toluene which has major knock resistance.

26psi peak taper to 22.

368hp with IS38 stacking Jb4
That more than the Golf R APR tune
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Old 07-07-2018, 10:06 PM   #1695
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Hi guys

Today I upgraded firmware to 6B and now I have two codes showing up all the time. 3AD2 (rail pressure) and 3BEF (boost pressure not reached). I can not get rid of them. If I read codes they are there. If I hit the delete codes button they are still there. And if I hit show saved codes there are like 10 times the same stored codes.
But if I read the ECU with f.e. torque pro app there is no code. Is this a bug?
I have 3A44 code appeared after the 6B update that won't clear now.

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Old 07-10-2018, 12:35 PM   #1696
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I have 3A44 code appeared after the 6B update that won't clear now.

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Today I got a new one 3AB3. No clue what this is. Is there a complete list of codes with description available somewhere?
Would be really great.
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Old 07-12-2018, 08:24 AM   #1697
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yesterday night i wanted to check if shows error codes n found out couple of codes 3ABA, 3A44, 2000 and 2800? These new codes showing after updating firmware to 6b.
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Old 07-22-2018, 10:12 AM   #1698
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I tried 3,4,8,10.8,12,12.6 and kept 12.6 as the high and then dropped a bit at 6,500-7,000. It didn’t work. Went to absolute again. I hit about 15.8 psi. Higher than target, but definitely not anywhere near the additive target. My ecu was requesting in the 8’s
Is there further clarity when setting the 6-cyl timing to 1, which turns of the nannies? Is it only additive less than 10, and absolute when greater than 10 for each rpm selected? Or is supposed to be additive for all rpms selected?
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Old 07-22-2018, 12:52 PM   #1699
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Is there further clarity when setting the 6-cyl timing to 1, which turns of the nannies? Is it only additive less than 10, and absolute when greater than 10 for each rpm selected? Or is supposed to be additive for all rpms selected?
The 6cyl feature removes a 9psi and higher add restriction that will be affective in both additive and absolute maps.

The trigger for additive and absolute is the 1500rpm point only which the JB4 uses to decide what the user wants to run. See next post where the mapping is out due to triggering additive because 1500rpm is to low.
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Made some changes to Map 6. Boost number are looking much better (actually boosting over targets), but timing isn't great, and also still getting some timing pull (less now though). It was hot (mid 90s).

Map 4: https://datazap.me/u/joofcorn/map-4-...14-25-26-27-28
Map 6: https://datazap.me/u/joofcorn/map-4-...14-25-26-27-28

Settings right now look like this:

1500: 7.9
2000: 9.9
2500: 12.1
3000: 14.2
3500: 16.5
4000: 17.7
4500: 18
5000: 17.7
5500: 16.7
6000: 14.1
6500: 12.1
7000: 9.2

FOL: 60
You need to start with the 1500rpm with 10 or higher. Having it below makes the whole map additive so the JB4 will try add the 18psi you asking for over stock. This is why we have the nannie that limits the boost add to 9psi max.
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