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      01-06-2013, 09:23 PM   #6821
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2013 335is dct Cobb work well ? Afe intake, downpipes, ?
Yeppp -- Plenty of people running the MT, AT & DCT trans. With the tune, intake & downpipes you'll be running the Stage 2 OTS Maps. If you can budget it, I'd actually recommend you get an FMIC before the DPs to ensure consistent power numbers & not falling subject to heatsoak/reduced performance.
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I have A Fmic as well and a Procede meth kit going in soon as well will Cobb support these mods along catless dps no light on dash ?
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I have A Fmic as well and a Procede meth kit going in soon as well will Cobb support these mods along catless dps no light on dash ?
As far as bolt-ons are consideresd you're fine. However, the Procede meth kit requires the Procede as a controller. You're better off using the HFS-3, hardware wise it's the same thing as the Procede but has it's own controller.
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I have A Fmic as well and a Procede meth kit going in soon as well will Cobb support these mods along catless dps no light on dash ?
Once the FMIC + DPs are installed, you'll be able to run the Stage 2+FMIC OTS Maps (basically the FBO Mapping). From there you'll be able to run Sport or Aggressive (if you're running 93 octane).


Like Ænema said, you're better off with the Aquamist HFS systems (something that independently manages meth) & a trunk mounted meth tank (too many 135/335s have gone up in flames because of leaky windshield washer necks -- a trunk tank can avoid that problem).
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Just realized that after changing from Cobb S1 to S1+ the HPFP is no longer priming -- you know, the 5-second whirring noise after you unlock the doors.

Am I the only one or is this a known issue?

Anything to be concerned about...?

TIA.
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Just realized that after changing from Cobb S1 to S1+ the HPFP is no longer priming -- you know, the 5-second whirring noise after you unlock the doors.

Am I the only one or is this a known issue?

Anything to be concerned about...?

TIA.
That's normal... and it's actually the LPFP that's priming when you hear that noise.
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That's normal... and it's actually the LPFP that's priming when you hear that noise.
Interesting, i've been running Stg1+ aggressive for several months now, and I think I still hear the lpfp priming when I unlock the door after the car has cooled down....Hmm i'll report back after work with a definitive answer.
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      01-11-2013, 11:11 AM   #6828
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That's normal... and it's actually the LPFP that's priming when you hear that noise.
OK, thx.

Still concerned tho about the pump no longer priming. That was supposed to be part of the fix for the failing HPFPs, right? Did Cobb determine that BMW disdiagnosed the problem and priming was not really necessary?

Confused...
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      01-11-2013, 11:25 AM   #6829
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OK, thx.

Still concerned tho about the pump no longer priming. That was supposed to be part of the fix for the failing HPFPs, right? Did Cobb determine that BMW disdiagnosed the problem and priming was not really necessary?

Confused...
My LPFP still primes every time, and I've had the Cobb on for a while now. No change when I installed the Cobb.
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I have Cobb with ST1 Sport and the pump still make noise when I unlock the doors.
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Interesting, i've been running Stg1+ aggressive for several months now, and I think I still hear the lpfp priming when I unlock the door after the car has cooled down....Hmm i'll report back after work with a definitive answer.
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OK, thx.

Still concerned tho about the pump no longer priming. That was supposed to be part of the fix for the failing HPFPs, right? Did Cobb determine that BMW disdiagnosed the problem and priming was not really necessary?

Confused...
I believe it's more about ROM versions rather than maps, but i could be wrong about that. Some cars will prime, others may not.
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I believe it's more about ROM versions rather than maps, but i could be wrong about that. Some cars will prime, others may not.
That was the only variable that made sense to me...i'm IJEOS FWIW.
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That was the only variable that made sense to me...i'm IJEOS FWIW.
In my case tho, the change happened when I went from S1 (priming) to S1+ (no priming). So there was no change in ROM.
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I have Cobb with ST1 Sport and the pump still make noise when I unlock the doors.
I wonder if it only primes if the line pressure drops...
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In my case tho, the change happened when I went from S1 (priming) to S1+ (no priming). So there was no change in ROM.
Noticed your in CA. Are you running the Stage 1+ Sport map on ACN 91 gas? Do your logs look ok?
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Noticed your in CA. Are you running the Stage 1+ Sport map on ACN 91 gas? Do your logs look ok?
Yes, running ACN 91. Sorry, haven't gotten around to logging yet, but the engine seems to run strong and smooth.
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Ok guys recently got downpipes, intercooler, but didn't get around to doing the DCIs. Running Stage 2+FMIC ST Sport on 93 octane as I don't have the intake.

Drove about 303 miles this week, and had no problems. After starting up the car to go home from the office got SES, pulled over and check the codes and got the following:

P0133
P2c39
P29CF
P2C3A

The miss-fire on cylinder #3, The car has 25,000 miles but the car was just tuned about 2000 miles ago.

Is the misfire causing the other 3 codes to show?
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Once the FMIC + DPs are installed, you'll be able to run the Stage 2+FMIC OTS Maps (basically the FBO Mapping). From there you'll be able to run Sport or Aggressive (if you're running 93 octane).


Like Ænema said, you're better off with the Aquamist HFS systems (something that independently manages meth) & a trunk mounted meth tank (too many 135/335s have gone up in flames because of leaky windshield washer necks -- a trunk tank can avoid that problem).
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Can anyone tell me what the boost should be reading while in park? Thanks
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Once the FMIC + DPs are installed, you'll be able to run the Stage 2+FMIC OTS Maps (basically the FBO Mapping). From there you'll be able to run Sport or Aggressive (if you're running 93 octane).


Like nema said, you're better off with the Aquamist HFS systems (something that independently manages meth) & a trunk mounted meth tank (too many 135/335s have gone up in flames because of leaky windshield washer necks -- a trunk tank can avoid that problem).
Damn benzy. That didn't take long. Banned again..
What'd he do?
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Ok guys recently got downpipes, intercooler, but didn't get around to doing the DCIs. Running Stage 2+FMIC ST Sport on 93 octane as I don't have the intake.

Drove about 303 miles this week, and had no problems. After starting up the car to go home from the office got SES, pulled over and check the codes and got the following:

P0133
P2c39
P29CF
P2C3A

The miss-fire on cylinder #3, The car has 25,000 miles but the car was just tuned about 2000 miles ago.

Is the misfire causing the other 3 codes to show?
My guess is spark plugs. Are you still on original plugs? You should be replacing them every 20k miles at most with a tune. I just did mine. Then found out my coil packs were going bad too.
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My guess is spark plugs. Are you still on original plugs? You should be replacing them every 20k miles at most with a tune. I just did mine. Then found out my coil packs were going bad too.
Right but I just tuned the car 2,000 miles ago. its 2011 335is with 25k that I bought when it had 23k.

The history shows a bad plug at 21k so I assume the car was tuned for a bit before it was traded back into the dealer. I actually flashed back to Stage 1 sport even though I have 93 available. The codes went away.

I agree the plugs probably were worn and the going to Stage 2+ increase the timing enough to have one fail. What concerned me were the other lamba codes, which is probably caused by the misfire but I was not sure.

I ordered a set of ngks one step colder, I'm going to give them a shot. From previous turbo cars I've owned the bosch always seems to wear out quicker.
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