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Old 06-04-2019, 01:31 PM
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Switching to full MHD flash, can I use jb4 still to trigger meth and lpfp?

Hi all,

I've recently run into trouble with my jb4, seems like an electrical issue or something but I uninstalled it and tried a full mhd flash (instead of jb4+BEF) which worked perfectly. I think the jb4 might need an RMA, but even if I get it working i think I'm going to stick with a full mhd flash and use the jb4 as an absolute boost controller.

Trouble is, I currently use a fuel-it meth PI kit and stage 3 lpfp. I have the jb4 integrated FSB for the meth PI and I tapped the LPFP power to the FSB signal wire so it comes on with the meth. So although the full mhd flash works great right now, I still have 3 grand worth of fueling equipment i currently can't use since the jb4 is wacked out anyway.

I know it is possible to use the jb4 as an absolute boost controller using map 6 on top of a full mhd tune (again, as opposed to mhd+bef), but I was wondering if I can still use the jb4 to trigger meth and lpfp as well?

Also, any good recommendations for a custom tuner for a full mhd flash that supports a pure stage 2 at high altitude?

Thanks!
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