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What Tune are you using on your Kia Stinger?

What Tune are you using on your Kia Stinger?

  • LAP3 / Pross

    Votes: 7 18.4%
  • RaceChip

    Votes: 13 34.2%
  • Byte Tronik

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Delicious Tuning

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Burger Motorsports

    Votes: 15 39.5%
  • Unichip

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Vivid Racing

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Keen

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Tork Motorsports

    Votes: 1 2.6%
  • Other

    Votes: 2 5.3%

  • Total voters
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spider55

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#41
JB4 comes Tuesday but have to go into dealer so have to wait...errg:)

Question: it's my understanding that the fuel wires connect to the O2 sensor side wires. Anyone thought of buying a second O2 sensor and wire harness for eaiser removal, or would it be?


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I don't take my car to the dealer unless it's warranty work, I do all my own oil changes, tuneups and brake work, that way I don't have to take my JB4 out all time.
 
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#42
Agreed, I have appointment Thursday for the brake warping issue and wire harness recall so will have to wait until Friday to install the jb4...
Normally would not worry but with 1st generation stinger I will be making third trip to dealer for a stinger in 4 months:)


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#44
Quick question, ordered the sensor ikh24 plugs, assuming they don't have to be regaped right?



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#46
But if they are than the .04mm is good with jb4? Thanks I will


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#47
.4 mm refers to the diameter of the electrode. "...They come from the factory gapped at about 0.028"...". I also read .030. Depends on who you choose to believe. .024 is the goal.

Trust, but verify.
 
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Checked them, they are all. 24


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#50
I watched a video on the install, I'm not doing it lol... Way to much work:)
Got my shop buddies doing it.
Dealership tomorrow and jb4 Friday, pretty excited!


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#51
I did my own plugs at my buddies shop, when you have the right tools you don't have to take the manifold off.
 
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#52
You have to pay for the jb4 app? Just went to app store




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#54
Yes, just bought it, just wanted to make sure I did not have a code for it or something


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0.22 - 0.24

I went for 0.24, settling for a bit tight on fhe feeler gauge.
 
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#57
Is there a list of what the gages mean, seems you can pick from many. What are you guys using?
Afr?
Ign?
Iat?

I have no clue what many mean lol


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#58
AFR= Air/fuel ratio
IGN= Ignition
IAT= Intake air temperature

All three very important to have.
 
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#59
Hey Kazz, have you dynoed your Stinger yet to see how much power you're making?
Nope. Have an AEM CAI on the way now, though. And there's no AWD dynos around here. Maybe that'd be a good thing to set up for a meet in the Chicago area sometime?
 
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Where about are you Kazz? Chicago land has a strong Subaru scene which means numerous AWD dynos around.
 

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