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    • BMS begins KIA Stinger GT 3.3 V6 JB4 piggyback tune development - Beta

      What doesn't BMS (Burger Tuning) have their hands in these days? The JB4 box that is well known in BMW circles is making its way into just about everything with a turbo. The latest project BMS is tackling is the Kia Stinger GT with its 3.3 liter twin turbo V6.


      The vehicle is AWD so we do not have any dyno numbers yet to go on from the rear wheel drive Dynojet BMS usually utilizes.

      What we do know is they are getting roughly 17 psi out of the turbos compared to 12 psi stock.

      Map Info (selected via menu 0 in dash or using JB4 Mobile/laptop interface. Map1 is the default map)

      Map 0: JB4 disabled
      Map 1: 3psi over stock
      Map 2: 4psi over stock.
      Map 3: User adjustable fixed boost profile using "boost safety" as additive level
      Map 4: Stock performance with logging active
      Map 5: Under development
      Map 6: Under development
      Map 7: Under development

      The product is still in beta but it is very hard to argue against the value here at $399.

      Hopefully we get some performance results and dynos soon.




      This article was originally published in forum thread: BMS begins KIA Stinger GT 3.3 V6 JB4 piggyback tune development - Beta started by Sticky View original post