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    I understand the concept of if its not broke don't fix it, but to think a properly running firmware with a year more of development on it isn't better is a bit na´ve. Do you stop at G4 because its running well, or do you go to G5? Then to ISO? Or maybe the JB3 was perfect? I agree that the past 6 months or so have been mainly incremental changes, but they certainly add up. I am glad I'm not running 11B although that and 13B were solid. Click here to enlarge

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    I tried jpsimon 4-10 agressive maps and the fuel trims were still maxed out.


    I tried map 0 and datalogging doesn't work for AFR & fuel trims.


    I have reinstalled the JB4 and datalogged on that. I will let you be the judge of the AFR's at 12.5psi (map2) on the JB4. Keep in mind the procede was hitting 15-16 psi.


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    Do you have the CSV files for those?
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    Silly idea, but did you ever have an external dp fix installed ever in the past or do u have one installed currently?

    Also show new images with trims showing on the graph. @TCW

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    Here are some datalogs on Map 5. Also on the last run I added any parameters that were related to fuel in hopes of pulling up fuel trims. Anyone know the equivalent on the JB4? Am I maxing them on the last log?


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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Do you have the CSV files for those?
    The two from today are en route to you're email in a minute.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by themyst Click here to enlarge
    Silly idea, but did you ever have an external dp fix installed ever in the past or do u have one installed currently?

    Also show new images with trims showing on the graph. @TCW
    I have not personally installed a DP fix (the car had JB4 when I got it). Also I will get SES light after 30 miles with no tune for the cats, so I would say no DP fix. Lastly, I didn't see anything in the DME compartment, so I don't think so.

    Which parameter is fuel trims?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by uniter Click here to enlarge
    I find it a little weird that you're creeping on the logs so hard breuh.
    Ya it's pretty intense to scroll down to who's online and see the names right there by default...

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    Thanks, got the CSV. Fuel trims look to be in check. I noticed you are using a very old firmware, 6/4, so things would probably improve on 8/21 which was the last G4 firmware released. G4 also can't log low fuel pressure like G5 can. But the point of this isn't the JB4. From this log it seems your fuel system is working fine though. High pressure is holding strong, trims are in check, etc.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by themyst Click here to enlarge
    In @Tzu case this is relevant since he does not have a rev2.5 or 3.
    For clarity, I am running a 2.5. The rev2 and earlier could only pull 4 deg, which IMO is false advertising and dangerous. It was knock galore.
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    I stop chasing maps and firmware a long time ago
    Agree. I've been on 5-23 for a while now. Find what works and fine tune it to work with your car.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Tzu Click here to enlarge
    For clarity, I am running a 2.5. The rev2 and earlier could only pull 4 deg, which IMO is false advertising and dangerous. It was knock galore. Agree. I've been on 5-23 for a while now. Find what works and fine tune it to work with your car.
    I remember you having a rev2b. Guess you upgraded.

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    Curious about the log of debug 4, which is LPFP psi voltage (I assume) seems weird. Mine is always very close to 72psi.

    Anyway the issue has to be hardware related... could be the procede box. If I was reading the logs correctly the JB was on lower boost and trims were fairly high, so the issue could still be present but just under the tuning ceiling to max trims.

    Also the DME programming could be a little different... bias is a voltage value so higher or lower psi starting point will determine the degree (%) of bias. My mapping was different then others before i flashed Cobb, running a little lower psi (opposite of what could be the OP's issue).

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    Do you know how to read this value? Always curious about this w/ my 'cede.


    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JoshBoody Click here to enlarge
    Curious about the log of debug 4, which is LPFP psi voltage (I assume) seems weird. Mine is always very close to 72psi.

    Anyway the issue has to be hardware related... could be the procede box. If I was reading the logs correctly the JB was on lower boost and trims were fairly high, so the issue could still be present but just under the tuning ceiling to max trims.

    Also the DME programming could be a little different... bias is a voltage value so higher or lower psi starting point will determine the degree (%) of bias. My mapping was different then others before i flashed Cobb, running a little lower psi (opposite of what could be the OP's issue).
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