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      10-28-2012, 11:08 PM   #23
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Please do a before and after dyno with the JBD
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My JBD controller came in!!! Sweet!!! Now, I wonder if I should dyno before and after??

I wish they would have upgraded to USB....
Shove it to a 100% and go... It best felt after 50% of throttle input.
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Just got my new door moldings painted and installed. Will upload photos later
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Here are the photos I took with my camera phone so far. Overall, I'm happy with the change. It wasn't a big change, but it looks great.

As I type this, I'm getting a clear bra installed. Tomorrow, I am going to dyno the 35D stock and with the JBD installed.
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I got a JBD installed! How do I get dynoed? What is the process? Pls advise
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My JBD controller came in!!! Sweet!!! Now, I wonder if I should dyno before and after??

I wish they would have upgraded to USB....
What do you mean (USB) and why? The connector is ODB and that is REQUIRED to connect to the car. How would you even make use of USB? Is there some type of separate serial interface for connecting a PC to the unit? If so, you CAN get a serial to USB converter, right?
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My JBD controller came in!!! Sweet!!! Now, I wonder if I should dyno before and after??

I wish they would have upgraded to USB....
What do you mean (USB) and why? The connector is ODB and that is REQUIRED to connect to the car. How would you even make use of USB? Is there some type of separate serial interface for connecting a PC to the unit? If so, you CAN get a serial to USB converter, right?
By USB he probably meant the BT type of cable that connects through USB to computer.
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By USB he probably meant the BT type of cable that connects through USB to computer.
Correct. I stated that above. I asked what it connected to the computer with if it WASN'T a USB. He hasn't yet responded, right?
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All I meant by that was the older connection is just old and clunky. USB would have given me a better warm and fuzzy.
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All I meant by that was the older connection is just old and clunky. USB would have given me a better warm and fuzzy.
Maybe a speaking past each other here. Let me try this...

***** Please answer question BELOW this line ********

WHAT IS THE OLDER CONNECTOR? 9-pin serial?

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Yes. The older connection I was referring to was the serial portion. I wish it was obd to USB. That's all.

On another note, I did my dyno yesterday and I'm happy with the results. With the JBD at 100%, I made 230 HP and 345 torque at the wheels. I'll post up my graphs later when I get the chance. IMO, I don't feel a difference in the car because its the X5d already feels flippin fast, but the numbers show a 30hp/30tq gain at the wheels, which is nice. My current setting for the car is 80% now.

I also got my new exhaust installed too, which ill post photos of that later too. Unable to get the dyno for this since it got installed today. No difference in sound, but in terms of flow, it is way better than stock and much lighter too. No official weight numbers, but it's definitely lighter.
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I wonder if we could get a flash and also JBD to get more power
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I wonder if we could get a flash and also JBD to get more power
I'm sure it's possible, but with a good flash or tune, you'll be able to control everything from there, unless you want to change your fuel settings quick.
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You can, if the flash does not modify the fuel rail pressure parameters. That what the piggyback/JBD does. I would stay away.
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Yes. The older connection I was referring to was the serial portion. I wish it was obd to USB. That's all.

On another note, I did my dyno yesterday and I'm happy with the results. With the JBD at 100%, I made 230 HP and 345 torque at the wheels. I'll post up my graphs later when I get the chance. IMO, I don't feel a difference in the car because its the X5d already feels flippin fast, but the numbers show a 30hp/30tq gain at the wheels, which is nice. My current setting for the car is 80% now.

I also got my new exhaust installed too, which ill post photos of that later too. Unable to get the dyno for this since it got installed today. No difference in sound, but in terms of flow, it is way better than stock and much lighter too. No official weight numbers, but it's definitely lighter.
What dyno was used. The numbers after JBD@100% are extreamly low. Terry's numbers are around 310HP at the wheels. Btw how did you pickup the TQ reading signal?
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You can, if the flash does not modify the fuel rail pressure parameters. That what the piggyback/JBD does. I would stay away.
So the mix between two won't be a good idea, i was thinking about doing evolve and also JBD, but if thats the case ill just do JBD
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What dyno was used. The numbers after JBD@100% are extreamly low. Terry's numbers are around 310HP at the wheels. Btw how did you pickup the TQ reading signal?
The dyno they used was Superflow. All readings were taken from the in-ground rollers. After their at the flywheel conversion of 1.35, flywheel HP is 310 and torque was 465. Torque is on the lower end because when they rolled into full throttle, the tranny would want to shift from M4 to M3 by itself.

What dyno did Terry use?
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