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      01-29-2013, 08:51 PM   #45
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^^Get over being butthurt bro, no one cares. You ran good numbers, so be happy. If Cobb supported meth, you could do better. Check the BMS website and you'll see what I mean. Most of the FBO's are running in the 11's....with meth. Cobb will get there eventually. No knock on the tune, it's just a straightforward observation.
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      01-29-2013, 09:05 PM   #46
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^^Get over being butthurt bro, no one cares. You ran good numbers, so be happy. If Cobb supported meth, you could do better. Check the BMS website and you'll see what I mean. Most of the FBO's are running in the 11's....with meth. Cobb will get there eventually. No knock on the tune, it's just a straightforward observation.
There are Cobb cars in the 11's, so not sure what you are talking about. So now I'm curious, where is your slip?
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      01-29-2013, 10:27 PM   #47
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Oh, youre talking piggys power over cobb because of meth. Yea, cobb can do meth, just have to go with a separate controller from Howerton for that. I dont touch meth, I prefer a single fueling source controlled by one ecu as 90%+ of the blown engines on this platform are from meth kits fucking up through some manner or other.
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....thought I'd add more stock 335is dyno numbers. Just got my baseline last week. 292.1 whp and 362 wtq on dynojet w/ 93 pump. I was not expecting the tq number...common from a stocker ?
Installed Quaife , whiteline diff/rear cradle bushings and SPEC clutch/alum flywheel all at once after the session...currently trying to decide what tuner and downpipes to get and go back to the dyno for more.. I think I am down to JB and Cobb, or combination.
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I just looked up COBB, its $900 huh? No wonder people recommend JB4 lol. And I dont think my JB4 is spliced into the DME. Unless you mean plug in between it, but yea no splicing lol

yeah.... I didn't mean actual cutting, but swapping pins and such. I just don't like how it installs. Has some cool features and all that, though.

As for price on the Cobb, I think I paid $759 shipped. More than a JB, but not quite retail.
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