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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jlcf22 Click here to enlarge
    Will RB/VTT turbos fix the flatline issue since you can hold good amount of boost at redline? I heard it doesn't flatline if you shift at redline is this true?
    no, nothing to do with the turbos
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 135pats Click here to enlarge
    I really want to avoid a tuner war here, but for various reasons I really don't want to stray from flashing to the DME. I'll live with it for the HFS-4, but outside of that i'd rather remain flash only.

    Problem is if there isn't a serious solution, I don't really have a choice do I? In that case i'd probably give in and get a used PROcede, but then i'd have wasted a bunch of money on the Aquamist setup when I should have gotten Shiv's hardware. Click here to enlarge
    They are compatible.... the HFS-4 can be used w/ the 'cedes progressive methanol logic. Jeff @ HowertonEngineering can hit you with deets.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by uniter Click here to enlarge
    They are compatible.... the HFS-4 can be used w/ the 'cedes progressive methanol logic. Jeff @ HowertonEngineering can hit you with deets.
    I’ll get in touch with Jeff, thanks for that. I knew some of the hardware were shared between the two, but was not aware the FAV/FS could integrate with the PROcede.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 135pats Click here to enlarge
    I’ll get in touch with Jeff, thanks for that. I knew some of the hardware were shared between the two, but was not aware the FAV/FS could integrate with the PROcede.
    Basically the 'cede switches maps (boost + timing advance) based off methanol flow hitting a configured target value, and being within a few points of that value. The cede's logic for PWM control of the FAV can be basically ignored, it'll fire off into a line that's not going anywhere, no problem. HFS-4 retains it's superior control based off injector dc and procede adds in additional boost and timing as desired. I happen to operate it with the procede's meth advance table zero'd with no correction. The off meth map has a ton of negative correction where I add in advance on the ECU.

    Over the JB4 I enjoy the procede's customization and built in data-logging tools over the JB. The JB however seems to be under active development, especially in areas concerning single turbo dev. So for me the choice if I were buying would be largely dictated by my plans to run single turbo in the future. I'm not sure how the JB measures methanol flow and / or if it is as flexible as the procede for tuning on and off meth behavior.
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