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      11-02-2012, 09:45 PM   #265
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Late to the game....but wow, awesome summary!!!! One of the best stickies I've ever seen.
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as everyone has mentioned above me...great write up
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Great info!
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      01-20-2013, 12:01 PM   #268
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My 07 335i is still under warranty. Is the Cobb Accessport my best option so I dont void my warranty? I'm assuming I can switch the car back to factory settings w/o leaving a footprint of my tuning it, right? Any recommendations would be great! Thanks
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      01-23-2013, 07:45 AM   #269
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JB4 maps for COBB AP, anybody have?
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      01-27-2013, 04:28 PM   #270
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As a new member, this is a great writeup and very helpful!
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      02-18-2013, 06:39 PM   #271
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My 07 335i is still under warranty. Is the Cobb Accessport my best option so I dont void my warranty? I'm assuming I can switch the car back to factory settings w/o leaving a footprint of my tuning it, right? Any recommendations would be great! Thanks
New member here as well, with a new-to-me CPO. Is there any tuner that is undetectable when removed?
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      02-19-2013, 12:07 AM   #272
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New member here as well, with a new-to-me CPO. Is there any tuner that is undetectable when removed?
Either one of the piggyback tunes, Proceed or JB4
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      02-23-2013, 01:01 PM   #273
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Chart has been updated..
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      02-23-2013, 02:03 PM   #274
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Amazing sticky!really helped me in my decision making for a new tune!
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      03-07-2013, 12:28 PM   #275
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Cobb stage 2 without FMIC

Can I do the cobb stage 2 without getting the fmic?
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      03-10-2013, 08:03 AM   #276
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Can I do the cobb stage 2 without getting the fmic?
Yes..there is a stage 2 that doesnt require fmic
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      03-21-2013, 09:29 AM   #277
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Yes..there is a stage 2 that doesnt require fmic
I've been looking for dynos with stage 2. Not stage 2+fmic
I have AFe stage 2 dci , and AR dps installed & after tune ( leaning toward Cobb) I'm doing the HPF Intercooler.

Curious to know what kind of power the current Cobb stage 2 ( NoT stage 2 + fmic ) is making

Only thing that worries me about the Cobb is how high the boost psi's are.. But according to COBB they are well within tolerances since its high boost in the lower RPMs and tapers as rpm gets higher

Any one else got some more insight on this ?
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I've been looking for dynos with stage 2. Not stage 2+fmic
I have AFe stage 2 dci , and AR dps installed & after tune ( leaning toward Cobb) I'm doing the HPF Intercooler.

Curious to know what kind of power the current Cobb stage 2 ( NoT stage 2 + fmic ) is making

Only thing that worries me about the Cobb is how high the boost psi's are.. But according to COBB they are well within tolerances since its high boost in the lower RPMs and tapers as rpm gets higher

Any one else got some more insight on this ?
You'll probably be making 380-390hp on Stage 2 aggressive if you use 93 octane.
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You'll probably be making 380-390hp on Stage 2 aggressive if you use 93 octane.


whp? on stock intercooler?
thats quite impressive if thats tru
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whp? on stock intercooler?
thats quite impressive if thats tru
Ohh. I thought you had the HPF FMIC. Then you should be around 370-375 Agressive map Stage 2 on 93 oct. Every car varies depending on temp, plugs, valves, weight, etc..
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Thank you that's what i wanted to know - those r decent enough numbers - it's funny to not be able to find a dyno run with stage 2 aggressive only posted , stage 2+ are a dime a dozen,

Cobb seems like the way to go - usability , maps , years of work with turbo cars , and best of all the pro tunes

On the flip side,
Still yet to see a car running Cobb beat a JB4 running similar mods/map ... Or even a M3 at that.

Someone should post a vid for me :-)
You Tube sure as hell sucked when it came to finding one with Cobb coming out on top
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      03-21-2013, 01:18 PM   #282
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Most tunes have maps for your hardware setup.

Cobb does have ATR which you can access your tables and tailor them towards the cars behavior by logging with the AP.

There are many Cobb users who are pushing high HP but not many of them have videos. If you search the internet, you'll find them.
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Procede and JB4 look really similar until the addition of the upgraded turbos.
After the addition of upgraded turbos, procede produces a lot more power.
why is that?
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      04-19-2013, 12:47 PM   #284
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agreed!
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      04-19-2013, 12:49 PM   #285
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Thank, awesome post!
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Procede and JB4 look really similar until the addition of the upgraded turbos.
After the addition of upgraded turbos, procede produces a lot more power.
why is that?
In my next revision to the chart it will reflect what turbos are producing what power with each tune!
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