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      09-12-2012, 07:40 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by cstavaru View Post

During the installation, a pump / fan in the lower trunk area kept working all the time, not sure if this is normal or not but it did concern me a bit. When this begun to work, a "DSC malfunction error" appeared on my iDrive. When it stopped, the DSC error disappeared. Could this be something related to the brake/ABS pump ?

Completely normal.



Unfortunately, I wasn't able to log, probably due to the beta firmware (I will try to install a stable version, or I will use the BT tool). When pressing the OK button to start logging, instead of a "logging message", a bunch of logging parameters appeared on the screen.

you need to select a value to look at like boost , when that one shows when you click ok it will start logging. I normally select timing correction cylinder 2 or 5.

However, since there are solutions to lower the boost and increase the timing (like GIAC does) with even better results, why work the turbos so hard ?

Because Tuning companies tune in different ways. cobb has lower advance more boost and more fuel.
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