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      07-25-2012, 06:13 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Jhayd11 View Post
I have been corresponding with Tony from DMS for about a month now, and am big fans of their work on the D.

I had concerns about the remap being able to be done on U.S. cars via the OBDII Port, stemming from posts on here. Tony has told me he is confident they will be able to complete the work, and as an act of good faith and he is going to send over the unit on his own dime. I just have to pay him when completed.

Not going to lie, I am still nervous, but it doesn't appear anyone else has a DMS remap, stateside, on this forum so wish me luck.

P.S. I have a feeling someone is going to type "Dyno" below this post. If anyone knows a good place to go in the DC area, let me know.

DMS' website

http://www.dmsautomotive.com/modelsi...elid=9&manid=1
I am very interested in hearing how this shakes out.

So are you saying they are sending you a handheld programmer that will allow you to flash tune your d through the OBD II port? If so this will not only be the first d in the states but the first e9x lci car to be flash tuned via the OBDII port.

As for dyno shops in the area, the only place I would go is Mach V in Sterling. They have already dyno'd several 335d's and they are able to get torque readings to include a d with the JBD - it would be interestin to see an overlay with the JBD. HEck I might even join you and throw my car on the machine.

http://www.machv.com/