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  • Kona N log check... 👀

    Hello, gents.

    Anybody care to peep this log for me?

    2022 Kona N
    JB4 + E30
    NGK ILKR9Q7G @ 0.025
    Res delete, purple Powerflex torque bushing
    235/40r19 Bridgestone Potenza RE-71Rs

    Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks in advance!




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  • #2
    Looks spicy

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Rc Pete View Post
      Looks spicy
      Like the morning after partying in Mexico...

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      • #4
        Anybody else have feedback on this log?

        This was done without octane learning, I'll be posting one soon with octane learning. Likely map 2. I ran a quick map 3 pull after learning and it was hitting 23.7psi, which seems a little high. Probably going to need to stay at map 2 or dial in a map 6 to keep the boost within reason. I'm not sure what people consider a safe range of boost in these cars, but I assume going too far over 22psi or so is asking for trouble... 🤔

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Bludb34st_N View Post
          Anybody else have feedback on this log?

          This was done without octane learning, I'll be posting one soon with octane learning. Likely map 2. I ran a quick map 3 pull after learning and it was hitting 23.7psi, which seems a little high. Probably going to need to stay at map 2 or dial in a map 6 to keep the boost within reason. I'm not sure what people consider a safe range of boost in these cars, but I assume going too far over 22psi or so is asking for trouble... 🤔
          I looked at it better. If im reading it right HPFP looks good dont want it dropping below 10-11, no correction cyl 2, 3, 4 shows 0

          AFR looks good I wouldn't go any leaner (do you have the fuel wire hooked up?) but 12.0-12.4 is ok but no leaner IMO

          I cant wait to get mine but I wouldn't be so concerned about the boost as long as theres no corrections or not more then a few deg. At some point the turbo should run out of breath. IAT's will go up and no more power as you raise the boost.

          IMO higher boost at low RPM is asking for trouble at peak TQ and will need alot of fuel. On mine I will try a few lbs more from 5500 on up and keep it around 20ish where it drops to on the shift.

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          • #6
            There is ate Speed Nate below

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            • #7
              Hello

              This my log JB4 map6 with Kona N stock....I would like to have your opinion with my HPFP


              P21_M6_R2_230122_1117.csv

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              • #8
                Originally posted by thunder View Post
                Hello

                This my log JB4 map6 with Kona N stock....I would like to have your opinion with my HPFP


                [ATTACH]n818598[/ATTACH]

                Hi thunder, for log review, please start a new thread. Thank you!
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