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      03-20-2012, 01:49 PM   #18
Concentric190
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Drives: 335d
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1997 BMW M3  [0.00]
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Originally Posted by crazyinp View Post
My hesitation is their location and the down time. What would happen if I need retune? I need to take the ECU out again and send it over. I do agree with cssnms having dyno before (stock) and after (after the last tune) on the same dyno is what I am buying.
I might wait for Dinan to come up with their tune if they ever do. For now I will just use the JBD.
Yeah it kinda sucks not bieng local but if you overnight it back and forth you're not down too long. only takes I think a couple hours to load the tune.

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Originally Posted by Infamous View Post
i thought you can flash/remove evolve by yourself on a windows based laptop with a cable?

my buddy does that with his e46 M

if OP was able to obtain such a unit or take the tuner with him to the dyno (any dyno facility) wouldnt that dispell any issues with any variables of consistency since he'd then be able to run the car stock and tuned?

i think getting a new baseline on a dynojet will reveal there are less gains (since the mustang dyno reads low on the initial baseline) but there should still be tremendous gains, right?
Unfortunately our ECU's are locked so they can't use that cable . if you compare all the graphs you can still see a ~60whp / ~90wtq gain, and also a HUGE TQ gain through out the power band.
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