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      08-28-2007, 02:56 PM   #1
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Juice Box Stage 2 0-60 runs

After seeing Catdog's 0-60, 1/4 mile times with his JBS2 I decided to go out and see if I could duplicate them. After a couple of days driving around with the juice box I was already getting used to the power so I wanted to see what the difference was from my stock times. Unfortunately I did not have room to do 1/4 mile runs so for now all I've got is 0-60. My best stock 0-60 ever was a 5.08. That is out of about 30 runs.

Today, on my second run I hit a 4.52 0-60 with a 2.13 60ft. More than a half second improvement over stock..not bad. Keep in mind also that these runs were done in 95 degree south Florida weather with someone who is not very skilled in launching this car . With a better launch and cooler weather I should easily hit low fours. 93 octane, no other mods except for 2nd cat/res. delete.
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Congratulations. I hope you will not blow your engine.

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why bring down the JB V2 like that??
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Good run.....nice job!
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why bring down the JB V2 like that??
Please understand the difference between a JB V2 and a AA Xede or PROcede product. Is is essential to adjust timing, boost and fuel to gain a safe engine tuning. You can read a lot about on the forum.

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After seeing Catdog's 0-60, 1/4 mile times with his JBS2 I decided to go out and see if I could duplicate them. After a couple of days driving around with the juice box I was already getting used to the power so I wanted to see what the difference was from my stock times. Unfortunately I did not have room to do 1/4 mile runs so for now all I've got is 0-60. My best stock 0-60 ever was a 5.08. That is out of about 30 runs.

Today, on my second run I hit a 4.52 0-60 with a 2.13 60ft. More than a half second improvement over stock..not bad. Keep in mind also that these runs were done in 95 degree south Florida weather with someone who is not very skilled in launching this car . With a better launch and cooler weather I should easily hit low fours. 93 octane, no other mods except for 2nd cat/res. delete.
Great Job! and thank you for validating some of my data; i got the feeling noone was believing my numbers so this is great!

That's an excellent 0-60 with a 2.13 if you can get it lower to 1.8-1.9 then
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Please understand the difference between a JB V2 and a AA Xede or PROcede product. Is is essential to adjust timing, boost and fuel for a safe tuning. You can read a lot about on the forum.

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yup i have been reading here since Oct. of last year. When i first got my car. I also have PROcede just seems a little mean to say i hope you dont BLOW yoru engine. that's all, but you might be right
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yup i have been reading here since Oct. of last year. When i first got my car. I also have PROcede just seems a little mean to say i hope you dont BLOW yoru engine. that's all, but you might be right
Use the PROcede, you will enjoy V2 soon
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Please understand the difference between a JB V2 and a AA Xede or PROcede product. Is is essential to adjust timing, boost and fuel to gain a safe engine tuning. You can read a lot about on the forum.

Eugen.
Boost and fuel are being adjusted, timing is being pulled if needed. I'd rather have the stock driveability curves with a little extra power than a completely new map at this point despite all my respect for the other options on the market (including Procede which i will be getting once v2 is out and ready).

I am quite concerned about the reported occasional limp mode, not because of the incovenience but because it can be a very dangerous occurence to lose power when you don't expect it under some circumstances, such as when passing on a 2-lane highway, and suddenly you get limp mode with a car heading you way, or in the middle of an intersection, etc.

Let's also please focus on the products so that this thread does not get closed like so many others.
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Boost and fuel are being adjusted, timing is being pulled if needed. I'd rather have the stock driveability curves with a little extra power than a completely new map at this point despite all my respect for the other options on the market (including Procede which i will be getting once v2 is out and ready).

I am quite concerned about the reported occasional limp mode, not because of the incovenience but because it can be a very dangerous occurence to lose power when you don't expect it under some circumstances, such as when passing on a 2-lane highway, and suddenly you get limp mode with a car heading you way, or in the middle of an intersection, etc.

Let's also please focus on the products so that this thread does not get closed like so many others.
Had not the intension to get the thread closed. You can avoid the PROcede limp modes using the lower boost target map. Less fun, no danger.
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Not totally off thread, but jcarlucci1 do you like your VPC? What did you pay? Thanks. Nice times. Who would think we all would be driving cars with the capability to be around 4.5s 0-60 and 1/4 mile around 13.0s (12.5 no less with MaxBoost's run)!?!?! Cars are fun!
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Use the PROcede, you will enjoy V2 soon
I have been checking this webiste for at least every 30 mins for the past month. I'm dying for V2 and i know it will be GREAT!!
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I don't have the Juice Box, or the Procede. However, I think making statements like that are a little ridiculous. It's too early to tell whether or not the Juice Box will turn out to be a dangerous product. I think you just might be in love with your Procede, and a little over-anxious to defend it against the competition (Juice Box, Xede, etc.). That being said, I can't blame you. From what I have been reading on here, it seems like the Procede is hands down the most popular/most impressive product out there right now. I am considering getting a Procede for myself. I'm just waiting a little longer to see what Dinan comes out with. :rocks:
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i got 4.6s in DS mode with procede 1.47. everything else is stock
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I love it..It seems to be very accurate..been matching magazine times almost exactly, not only on my cars, but others as well. I bought mine on Ebay for about $40..I believe even the new ones are only about $100. There are more expensive versions that allow you to download times to your computer, etc. but I didnt really need that.


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Oh god, not another one. Please stop with these "JuiceBox" threads.
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What exactly is the Juice Box? I have been away from most of the forums over the summer but I do remember the Terry Tuner. Is this $349 thing a resistor in a box like his original contraption? A PM would be fine so as to not close the thread.
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I'll tell you what..when you can post better numbers than me with your procede you'll never see another jb post from me again. Until then stop being such a hater and try to contribute something worthwhile instead of intentionally trying to get my thread closed.



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The guy is just trying to post his results and here come people with stupid comments... This is why threads get closed.
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Eugen...you're so conservative. Don't you have a de-tuned Procede?

Drive the hell out of them and get a new one in 2 years bro.
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