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    2019 Stinger Gts.Just installed the Jb4 with hks plugs gapped to .022. Only other mod is injen intakes.would like someone with experience to look at my logs and let me know if these are safe parameters.
    map 2
    map 3

  • #2
    Can you please post the csv?

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    • #3
      I hope I did that right

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      • #4
        Oh gosh, LOL.
        Not really, haha
        click the file in the app and you will see a pop up. Select "email" and email it to yourself from your phone. When it shows up as an attachment, save it to your phone and then attach it to this forum post.

        Darrin S.
        2019 AWD GT2, Sxth ECU/TCU, JB4, Meth, CPI, MBRP, HFC's, Agency intakes, Agency FMIC, Shark Big Boar Throttle, Custom 1" intake spacer, HKS Plugs 10.96 @ 124 mph

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        • #5
          well that's not right.smh
          when i select email nothing happens.not sure why its doing this

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          • #6
            Ok fixed ..turns out it’s a iOS issue here are logs from map 2/3 thanks .
            Attached Files

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            • #7
              Logs from a dig aren't the best for adaptions and review. Looks pretty normal, some timing corrections but not too bad.

              To do a proper log for the JB4 and DME to adapt, please do logs on a closed private circuit starting in 3rd gear at 2K rpms. Go WOT (Wide Open Throttle) to redline and then shift in to 4th, hold WOT for a couple more seconds and then let out of it. Once you complete the log, please upload the CSV file for review.
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              • #8
                Here are the new logs per request.thanks
                Attached Files

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                • #9
                  What fuel? Corrections are about as high as you want them without adding Octane. In your case I might avoid E85, it's already tip in lean from first WOTClick image for larger version

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by AWDGT2 View Post
                    What fuel? Corrections are about as high as you want them without adding Octane. In your case I might avoid E85, it's already tip in lean from first WOTClick image for larger version

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                    I’m using e85 and 91 …unfortunately we don’t have 93 here in Colorado.race gas is available at a high cost.
                    goal is to be able to daily map3 .was hoping e85 would be a viable option to increase octane

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                    • #11
                      You can daily Map2, it's not that bad. Map3 is an option, but timing will only look worst. I have a feeling that 91 might be inferior. What E mix are you running?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by AWDGT2 View Post
                        You can daily Map2, it's not that bad. Map3 is an option, but timing will only look worst. I have a feeling that 91 might be inferior. What E mix are you running?
                        I’m at supposed e30 (5gal e85/around 11 gal 91)
                        jb4 shows e85 at 32 but research shows that not to be very accurate.

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                        • #13
                          This chart helps some folks who don't have the flex it fuel sensor.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by AWDGT2 View Post
                            This chart helps some folks who don't have the flex it fuel sensor.
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                            Thanks .I’ve been using a app called E85 calculator also.

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                            • #15
                              What’s the gas octane rating on this chart? I only have 91 here in Colorado

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                              • #16
                                Haha, that's actually another tab in that very excel sheet I made. You plug in your target E and what gas you put in and it will tell you the oct value.

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                                • #17
                                  If you mix E30 with 91, your total Octane will be 94.1 E40 will be 95.4

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                                  • #18
                                    Just did a map 3 pull with a e40 mix how’s it looking?…trying to learn how to read these files on my Pc,they’re hard to see on the phone app…
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                                    • #19
                                      Originally posted by AverageJosh View Post
                                      Just did a map 3 pull with a e40 mix how’s it looking?…trying to learn how to read these files on my Pc,they’re hard to see on the phone app…
                                      Looks fine to me but I always like to see a shift in logs since that is usually when things fall apart if they are going to.
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                                      • #20
                                        When I get back in town I’ll get a better log . Im running almost a 50/50 mix E85/91 our gas here in Colorado isn’t the best.

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