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      01-05-2009, 02:32 PM   #89
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Show me the bias.

I don't think it's a good idea to double the boost without retarding timing. Period. I don't care what car or tune we're talking about.

This thread is titled JB3 and I think it bears mentioning that Scalbert on e90 has found that there is no way the JB3 controls timing according to all of the measurements he's made.

BMS has been less than forthcoming about their timing control strategy, or lack thereof.

I'm not selling anything yet and don't have any relationship whatsoever with Shiv or Rixster.
You have extreme bias. You work for/are associated with CPE who has it's own piggyback called "standback". Of course you want Terry to reveal how his JB3 operates, so you can use it in your own tune you sell. Of course you don't recommend the procede, you sell the CPE unit. This is one of your posts from e90.

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You have extreme bias. You work for/are associated with CPE who has it's own piggyback called "standback". Of course you want Terry to reveal how his JB3 operates, so you can use it in your own tune you sell. Of course you don't recommend the procede, you sell the CPE unit. This is one of your posts from e90.

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Until the scaling factor is fixed, the logs posted are useless.
I would love to see more logs posted from each side. At least then there is data to look at! I just don't understand how procede only takes out less than one degree of timing at peak torque then claims the other system is the one knocking.
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You have extreme bias. You work for/are associated with CPE who has it's own piggyback called "standback". Of course you want Terry to reveal how his JB3 operates, so you can use it in your own tune you sell. Of course you don't recommend the procede, you sell the CPE unit. This is one of your posts from e90.

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Awesome find!! No, he's not a CP-e guy. He's from p3 cars. He recommended them to me in another thread. That's the new company that Rixster is a part of.

Will these guys ever give up.
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Awesome find!! No, he's not a CP-e guy. He's from p3 cars. He recommended them to me in another thread. That's the new company that Rixster is a part of.

Will these guys ever give up.


I think he also sell's CPE stuff because he's always posting about the CPE DPs on here and on e90.
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Well im new to the drama bullshit surrounding both of these solutions, however do we even know what kind of octane that v3 map is for? If its for race gas, i don't really see a problem. Both solutions "suck" when it comes to actually prooving their product...either that or they have something to hide.

Well, both companies have thousands of miles logged on their products. They both seem to perform, and any problems have been few and far between... if any at all.

I'm just a customer service guy.
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Reading through all of your posts, and the knowledge and bias you have, I'm guessing you're not who you say you are.

Either a direct competitor, or based off your post history.. A reseller who sells Procede and CP-e.

....so that could make you Shiv, Rixster, or somebody else at that new shop.
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Awesome find!! No, he's not a CP-e guy. He's from p3 cars. He recommended them to me in another thread. That's the new company that Rixster is a part of.

Will these guys ever give up.
WTF, I have never met this guy in my life... somebody just sent me this post to ask if it was someone I knew...

He is in no way affilliated with "The P3 Cars Company, LLC" www.p3cars.com , which is my new venture...

I don't even sell CP-E stuff... and I am located in Ohio...
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WTF, I have never met this guy in my life... somebody just sent me this post to ask if it was someone I knew...

I don't even sell CP-E stuff... and I am located in Ohio...
I'm pretty sure he is from CPE.
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I think he also sell's CPE stuff because he's always posting about the CPE DPs on here and on e90.

Yeah, he has shop near them, but he is not from cp-e. I know he does installs.
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Ohhhhh busted! P3 is that new company that sells the Vishnu tunes!! They used to be called RIXEFFECTS!
sorry, but that guy is NOT affiliated in any way with www.p3cars.com or RiXeffects
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I know jason from my mazda days. He does not work for or own cp-e lol. He is one of the owner os p3performance, not p3 cars.

after typing this up, even i find it hard to believe based on the way it sounds lol, but its true
The majority of his posts on here and on e90 are promoting CPE products. He clearly has an affiliation with that company and that is significant bias because they sell a tune for the n54. He even says in his own post on e90 that he "sells CPE products" and that he is "one of the tuners".
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I know jason from my mazda days. He does not work for or own cp-e lol. He is one of the owner os p3performance, not p3 cars.

after typing this up, even i find it hard to believe based on the way it sounds lol, but its true
Well, now that we know who he is.... I think it's safe to say he is or will be selling the procede.
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There once was a time when venders couldn't post about their products in non-vendor sections....
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cpe has a tuning solution for the bimmers? Link?
http://www.cp-e.com/2046.html


It says comming soon. Looks like he is still perfecting it. I'm sure he is real intested in how Terry is controlling the timing and Scalberts results form his tests.
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There once was a time when venders couldn't post about their products in non-vendor sections....
That is still the case now, which is why real vendors, like me, don't. :biggrin:

I already reported this thread to the moderators. If there is a vendor in here talking about their products, I am sure some action will be taken.
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That is still the case now, which is why real vendors, like me, don't. :biggrin:

I already reported this thread to the moderators. If there is a vendor in here talking about their products, I am sure some action will be taken.

Who are you reporting?

It's nice to figure out who we're really talking to, but for whatever purpose this Jason guy is bashing Jb3... he's not promoting anything.
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Who are you reporting?
I am not reporting a person, I just mentioned the thread to a moderator so it can be cleaned up.

Although if dadadaracecar is indeed a shope, vendor, or a tuner, or something, he shouldn't be posting about products that compete with his... thats a big nono...
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When will we see clear logs/data/arguments showing how jb3 actually controls timing
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If you can actually post logs, that are scaled properly, maybe your statement would sound a lil better. Untill then it sounds like self defense, and bullshit. This coming from some1 who isnt pro procede or jb3.


Terry:

I posted some logs here:

http://www.n54tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2625

You can see from the cursor the timing differences. That thread wasn't about the JB3 per say, simply about the adjustment range of the factory ECU. It's 8+ degrees like I've stated before.

As far as the tuning solutions go it's pretty easy to determine if you have knock retard from OBDII logs. You simply look for the saw-tooth type curve you would expect if timing was suddenly being taken out and put back in.

Depending on the JB3 map we need to take out 2-5 degrees of timing on pump gas to avoid knock and check engine lights. With the JB3 the OBDII timing advance logs are accurate. The only difference is the car doesn't knock to get to the lower timing tables.
I'm sure you'll need more information though. When does your tune come out?
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I am part of a start up tune/install shop called P3Performance, LLC and we work very closely with cp-e. We just got the keys for our place on Saturday. We don't even have the lift installed yet.

The coincidence with the other site, P3 Cars is unfortunate but we have had this name in mind for a very long time and are known as P3 Performance in the Mazda community - currently our biggest market - so we really can't change the name.

I don't sell and won't ever sell the PROcede.

cp-e is developing a piggyback tuning solution called the Standback for the BMW. I am beta testing it on my car.

The majority of my posts are describing cp-e products. I hang out with them weekly and I believe 100% in the quality and research behind each one. When our internet site is up and our shop is rolling, we will be selling and installing them.

None of this matters as my feelings about control of timing when upping the boost are made not as a potential seller but as a tuner. The Standback is not available yet and won't be for a little while. If you're upping the boost significantly you should pull timing. Straight up. The Procede does it by cps offset - as does the Standback. cp-e will not be changing the timing control based on anything BMS says or doesn't say. THey don't need to. It works perfectly.
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Who are you reporting?

It's nice to figure out who we're really talking to, but for whatever purpose this Jason guy is bashing Jb3... he's not promoting anything.
His CPE tuning devise is not yet released it's "coming soon". He does promote the CPE downpipes which he sells. Look at his previous posts.

Guys, this is why he wants the details of how the JB3 works and the procede for that matter. This is why we should expect Terry to expalin in detail the way his JB3 is designed.
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I am part of a start up tune/install shop called P3Performance, LLC and we work very closely with cp-e. We just got the keys for our place on Saturday. We don't even have the lift installed yet.

The coincidence with the other site, P3 Cars is unfortunate but we have had this name in mind for a very long time and are known as P3 Performance in the Mazda community - currently our biggest market - so we really can't change the name.

I don't sell and won't ever sell the PROcede.

cp-e is developing a piggyback tuning solution called the Standback for the BMW. I am beta testing it on my car.

The majority of my posts are describing cp-e products. I hang out with them weekly and I believe 100% in the quality and research behind each one. When our internet site is up and our shop is rolling, we will be selling and installing them.

None of this matters as my feelings about control of timing when upping the boost are made not as a potential seller but as a tuner. The Standback is not available yet and won't be for a little while. If you're upping the boost significantly you should pull timing. Straight up. The Procede does it by cps offset - as does the Standback. cp-e will not be changing the timing control based on anything BMS says or doesn't say. THey don't need to. It works perfectly.
That is all fine, but you claimed to have no bias and you clearly do.
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