Originally Posted by VargasTurboTech
Lol, my argument was always that we already knew what curves were best/safest for the engine from the cobb guys (like myself for a stint), so transplanting those timing targets to jb4 cars always gave similar results with better boost control and more safety features. Cylinder 1 logging wasn't the whole story but was sufficient to me in evaluating problems and when used for failsafes. Testing for limits on one cylinder on a dyno, it's impossible to know if you found mbt or just hit a level where timing is getting removed you can't see, but at that point it's at the peak anyway and a few corrections (seen or unseen) always seemed relatively safe to me, I dunno. But having all 6 now really is incredible, I don't feel inclined to pull the Cobb out of my sisters car to test things I want the jb4 to do first anymore lol.
For novel applications like your setup Tony 6 cylinder logging was necessary info to have if you wanted to push it, which you did, I think you and D were right on with that. Cobb worked out well for you guys, tons of work and new tricks later but it pushed things forward on their end as well. I'll admit I didn't think cobb could even handle such a custom setup looking for as much boost as you needed, but it seems like they've really came through. The hard road, though.
Originally Posted by uniter
Technically I still believe Shiv had the ability to make it happen before Terry, by almost a year I bet. But we're talking about shiv here. Smart dude, but I wish you and your OFT tablet brethren good luck with lighting that fire haha. "