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    JB3 installed

    So i put myself together and installed the damn JB3 which was sitting there for weeks. My advice to you guys is don't install it while you are drunk, because it gets super hard. lol

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    The engine is alive now. the extra power is noticed all the way and it's better than the AC tune which was on the car before.

    That's it.

    oh And Terry, be ready to answer my questions 24/7 because i know nothing about these piggybacks and their abilities and such. Click here to enlarge

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    if you have a N55 powered car, JB3 and AR-Design DP is necessary because they are both great Click here to enlarge

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    I miss mine... I took it out to get something else, but never did... Now i don't have time to reinstall... Click here to enlarge

    I'll have to make time when I get my custom FMIC installed...
    2013 Dodge Challenger R/T: CAI, Catch Can, Shorty Headers, Custom Exhuast, M.M. 87mm Throttle Body, DiabloToona Custom 93 Oct Tune, 190* Thermostat, Seibon CF Grille, 6.4 CAM, Inertia M.S Ported Cylinder Heads
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    Cool congrats bro. enjoy the new found power.
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    @Sorena what do u have it set to? +3 or more?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by FLYING X5 Click here to enlarge
    I miss mine... I took it out to get something else, but never did... Now i don't have time to reinstall... Click here to enlarge

    I'll have to make time when I get my custom FMIC installed...
    I should get one as well. in summers it gets too hot here but probably it will take a million years to install it lol.
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 0-60Motorsports Click here to enlarge
    Cool congrats bro. enjoy the new found power.
    Thanks man.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by FLYING X5 Click here to enlarge
    @Sorena what do u have it set to? +3 or more?
    set to what? map? It has only map 1 and map 0. Did i screw it?

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    LOL... no... The Jb3 can be set to a certain amount above stock levels... I believe when it ships, it's set to 3.25 PSI above stock levels... depending on the octane and supporting mods, you can go higher..

    DO you have the USB cable and have you downloaded the interface software from N54tech?

    Also, do you have the latest DME/ECU update? Changing the boost level will do nothing without the latest software...
    2013 Dodge Challenger R/T: CAI, Catch Can, Shorty Headers, Custom Exhuast, M.M. 87mm Throttle Body, DiabloToona Custom 93 Oct Tune, 190* Thermostat, Seibon CF Grille, 6.4 CAM, Inertia M.S Ported Cylinder Heads
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    2011 X5 35i Premium: Black Grille, Boopie Custom 3" Dual Exhaust & Custom N55 FMIC, JB3 (+3psi)

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by FLYING X5 Click here to enlarge
    LOL... no... The Jb3 can be set to a certain amount above stock levels... I believe when it ships, it's set to 3.25 PSI above stock levels... depending on the octane and supporting mods, you can go higher..

    DO you have the USB cable and have you downloaded the interface software from N54tech?
    Thanks for the clarification. i felt so bad for some seconds since i played with it quite alot. lol
    It's set to 3.5 PSI right now, let's see what it does with our bad petrol. it says 91 but i bet it's 87 or lower.

    regarding to USB cable, yes i have it and the software is downloaded.

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    Hmmm... I wouldn't go any higher than +4 (but if it's really 87/89, stick to 3.50)... Of course I am no expert, and Terry is a better source of info on this, but just my opinion... I've gone as high as +5, but i'm running 93 oct all the time... Wish Stage 2 was available for me... sadly, it is not...
    2013 Dodge Challenger R/T: CAI, Catch Can, Shorty Headers, Custom Exhuast, M.M. 87mm Throttle Body, DiabloToona Custom 93 Oct Tune, 190* Thermostat, Seibon CF Grille, 6.4 CAM, Inertia M.S Ported Cylinder Heads
    Pending Mods: T/A Hood, S/C

    2011 X5 35i Premium: Black Grille, Boopie Custom 3" Dual Exhaust & Custom N55 FMIC, JB3 (+3psi)

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