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- Nov 10, 2016
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Interesting that someone said it looks normal. Everyone has told me mine is slipping and not normal including BMS. I tried 4.5 on mine as well as a low power map 6 but it still had the same effect just a little less noticeable when adding less boost. I might try the basic settings again but keep it standard for a bit so it can re learn before enabling the JB1. Just to confirm you used the procedure in post #15 and you didn't do any other procedure, right?Hi.
Mine was a hint at a slip followed by a hard clamp. More like the DSG was over powered by the extra boost and the DSG either adjusted its pressure or I just got lucky. I've heard it can monitor slip and adjust if more pressure is needed.
In any case, mine was not like what you show.
The JB1 guys said it is normal for it to slip a little in 3rd and 4th for 200+400rpms. I don't think it is nor should it be considered normal.
I have since put the JB1 back on but at 4.8 this time. I've had no slip since.
JB1 will stay on until 5000 miles when I plan to sell it and flash UM ECU+TCU.
I plan to keep the car for a while so if it ever slips. I will flash back to stock if needed.
Also you said you plan to get tune at 5k Miles. Your car is not brand new right? The clutches may need some time to bed in fully.