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      09-25-2012, 11:29 PM   #397
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^^ just went to get my f10 coded, real cool and chill guy. Highly recommended!! he just came up with a new code for the AE's on the spot! btw my name is Kit i dont think i introduced myself xD
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      09-27-2012, 08:33 AM   #398
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Forgot to brag! Last weekend went to code few cars and found this


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      10-06-2012, 08:44 PM   #399
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Jus got my car coded this dude is fuckin awesome hahah
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      10-07-2012, 06:38 AM   #400
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      10-07-2012, 01:12 PM   #401
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lol Wills brothers car is bonkers.

Whats this i hear about back massage?
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      10-24-2012, 01:45 AM   #402
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Hi,

I had my car coded by you back in May (Thank you) and would like to get my car coded to remove all the hot/cold bulb warnings.

I recently got the BMS LED AE's and the BMS HID Fogs, but even those are giving me strange problems like my car doors are going nuts thinking they are randomly being opened/closed while driving. Plus my fogs are giving me a warning only when the outside temp is below 65 degrees. Also I think we need to remove the Welcome lights that were coded, the dimming on/off doesn't play well with the LED AE or HID fogs

This time I think I want to come out with a new car battery installed because my car is at the 5 yr mark and will need to be register anyways?

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Replaced the one faulty AE LED and everything has been working like a champ with the strange door ajar warnings.

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      11-05-2012, 11:01 AM   #403
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Mofo,
Hope you weathered out the storm ok- I hear Staten Island got it the worst.
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      11-05-2012, 02:37 PM   #404
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Hope you weathered out the storm ok- I hear Staten Island got it the worst.
Thanks for asking, everything's good here. I'm on top of the hill in the middle of the island, so wasn't hit as bad as those that are close to the water.
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      11-11-2012, 08:28 PM   #405
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Some new advanced coding/programming! That's an M3 cluster that is properly coded and programmed for my car (335).
I'm working with one "beta-tester" right now, need to have a bullet-proof method for doing it for remote people.
For locals it's very easy to do with access to the car.

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Some new advanced coding/programming! That's an M3 cluster that is properly coded and programmed for my car (335).
I'm working with one "beta-tester" right now, need to have a bullet-proof method for doing it for remote people.
For locals it's very easy to do with access to the car.

Pretty damn cool!
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Just got back from a long day in NYC, I went to see my new friend mofo. It was pleasure meeting you, and thank you for the service brother!
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      11-13-2012, 04:44 PM   #408
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Thanks for asking, everything's good here. I'm on top of the hill in the middle of the island, so wasn't hit as bad as those that are close to the water.

Glad to hear you are doing well, We were without power for a week here in Central NJ I had to toss out everything in the fridge (But that is still far better than most other folks).


Sent you a PM to get a coding appointments (if you are available)?

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      11-13-2012, 07:23 PM   #409
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Hello there, I'm a bimmerfest member and referred here for coding.

I have couple of questions after reading your first post.

You say that it is free coding but you are a forum supported vendor. Are you working for some company and catching the customer ? There is something fishy and my friend told me that you charged him $100 as a tip to code his car.

Why would you say one thing and do one thing?

I'm really scared to get to your place now though he referred me and gave a good feedback.
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      11-13-2012, 07:45 PM   #410
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Hello there, I'm a bimmerfest member and referred here for coding.

I have couple of questions after reading your first post.

You say that it is free coding but you are a forum supported vendor. Are you working for some company and catching the customer ? There is something fishy and my friend told me that you charged him $100 as a tip to code his car.

Why would you say one thing and do one thing?

I'm really scared to get to your place now though he referred me and gave a good feedback.
You must be mistaking, I've never charged anything anyone on this forum. If you give me a tip I will accept it, if you don't give me a tip, I won't ask for it. Coding on the forum is free, always been and always will be.
Sponsorship is something new and is not related to coding.

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      11-13-2012, 10:16 PM   #411
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Hello there, I'm a bimmerfest member and referred here for coding.

I have couple of questions after reading your first post.

You say that it is free coding but you are a forum supported vendor. Are you working for some company and catching the customer ? There is something fishy and my friend told me that you charged him $100 as a tip to code his car.

Why would you say one thing and do one thing?

I'm really scared to get to your place now though he referred me and gave a good feedback.
There are over 400 posts in this thread alone with glowing reviews thanking him for the excellent free service and you post this? He has spent countless hours of his free time working on hundreds of cars, including mine, and that is pretty clear. If I were onebadmofo I would never offer my free services to you for calling him fishy.
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      11-25-2012, 08:02 PM   #412
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Hello there, I'm a bimmerfest member and referred here for coding.

I have couple of questions after reading your first post.

You say that it is free coding but you are a forum supported vendor. Are you working for some company and catching the customer ? There is something fishy and my friend told me that you charged him $100 as a tip to code his car.

Why would you say one thing and do one thing?

I'm really scared to get to your place now though he referred me and gave a good feedback.
No way in hell did this guy charge $100 or any amount for that matter to code a car. I just had mine done yesterday and he is one of the coolest guys ive met. Not only did he do the codes I requested he suggested and few others. He did not ask me for a cent when he was finished. I did however take it upon myself to tip him what I thought was deserved for his skills and knowledge in this field. Upon tipping him he stated to me " that's too much" So for anyone to sit here and say he charged is completely false.

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There are over 400 posts in this thread alone with glowing reviews thanking him for the excellent free service and you post this? He has spent countless hours of his free time working on hundreds of cars, including mine, and that is pretty clear. If I were onebadmofo I would never offer my free services to you for calling him fishy.
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I'd like to personally thank onebadmofo for his services yesterday. Cool ass dude and knows his sh!t. Highly recommend for coding. Thanks again man!!
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      11-25-2012, 11:15 PM   #413
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O hell no , don't start with the b.s , got my e92 coded about 2 months from this guy free of charge
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      11-26-2012, 12:30 AM   #414
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Hello there, I'm a bimmerfest member and referred here for coding.

I have couple of questions after reading your first post.

You say that it is free coding but you are a forum supported vendor. Are you working for some company and catching the customer ? There is something fishy and my friend told me that you charged him $100 as a tip to code his car.

Why would you say one thing and do one thing?

I'm really scared to get to your place now though he referred me and gave a good feedback.
It seems somewhat odd that a Bimmerfest member would refer someone here for coding when Bimmerfest has its own dedicated BMW Coding and Programming subforum, and it is very active, granted it is more orientated toward Fxx Coding than Exx Coding:

http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=175

In any event, like onebadmofo is doing for NYC, hooking them up with free coding, we have volunteer coders all over the place, helping other festers with coding their cars for free too. So, despite some people charging a whole lot of money for coding, don't be in disbelief when you come across someone doing the same for free. We exist, and there are quite a few of us.

Incidentally, attacking a man's character and reputation publicly like this, based not even on your own personal experience with him, is just low class.

onebadmofo, since I shamelessly mentioned the Bimmerfest BMW Coding and Programming subforum, please feel free to drop by. We could always use more Exx expertise in our neck of the woods.
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What utter nonsense. I also had my car coded by onebadmofo and he was super cool and did not charge a dime. Boston2Boys, you are a grade A douche.
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There are over 400 posts in this thread alone with glowing reviews thanking him for the excellent free service and you post this? He has spent countless hours of his free time working on hundreds of cars, including mine, and that is pretty clear. If I were onebadmofo I would never offer my free services to you for calling him fishy.
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^^ just went to get my f10 coded, real cool and chill guy. Highly recommended!! he just came up with a new code for the AE's on the spot! btw my name is Kit i dont think i introduced myself xD
What was done to your AE's?
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