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      10-16-2013, 06:34 PM   #45
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yep thats it
So map 5 is ok for a stock car also?
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      10-16-2013, 06:46 PM   #46
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17psi scares me, will you notice much of a change on map 2 with catless dps
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      10-17-2013, 05:49 PM   #48
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17, you wont hit 17 on map 5 plus you can set a max psi failsafe
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I tried Map 5 yesterday. I felt map 2 has more consistent driving charateristics as map 5 sometimes boost more sometimes less. Maybe I'm wrong but anyone felt the same as I did?
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I tried Map 5 yesterday. I felt map 2 has more consistent driving charateristics as map 5 sometimes boost more sometimes less. Maybe I'm wrong but anyone felt the same as I did?
Yep - did exactly the same yesterday and felt the same. With a completely stock car I'm a bit nervous using map 5 without a better FMIC.
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again i am no expert but iirc you need to do a few 3rd gear pulls for the auto tune to do its thing, so find yourself a good bit of road and watch out for coppers
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I enjoy the sound and even the drone with my AA exhaust. Am happy with it.
I had the AR Dp with Remus exhaust it was too loud for my liking and the drone was a killer ! But now AR with Stock exhaust just nice
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again i am no expert but iirc you need to do a few 3rd gear pulls for the auto tune to do its thing, so find yourself a good bit of road and watch out for coppers
I'll give that ago again tonight.
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I just had the AR installed last week and loving the extra pull. Haven't really driven it enough for Procede autotune to do it's work. But definitely a difference! Having said that, I'm yet to get use to the funky smell coming from the engine bay!
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I just had the AR installed last week and loving the extra pull. Haven't really driven it enough for Procede autotune to do it's work. But definitely a difference! Having said that, I'm yet to get use to the funky smell coming from the engine bay!
Where did you get the DPs installed and how much if you don't mind me asking
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Where did you get the DPs installed and how much if you don't mind me asking
Got it done at German Auto. The cost for install and testing was about $700.00 with new gaskets as it took them about 4 hours to do it as there was quite a bit of undercarriage to remove to get to the cats. And they also updated my map.

Would be interesting to see what improvement it has on the dyno.
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Got it done at German Auto. The cost for install and testing was about $700.00 with new gaskets as it took them about 4 hours to do it as there was quite a bit of undercarriage to remove to get to the cats. And they also updated my map.

Would be interesting to see what improvement it has on the dyno.
Ah ok, thanks for the info. I remember your car was stock with JB4 at the last dyno day? Should make a huge improvement
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Ah ok, thanks for the info. I remember your car was stock with JB4 at the last dyno day? Should make a huge improvement
I'm the one with Procede at the dyno day. Yeah, definitely feel some improvement.
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I just had the AR installed last week and loving the extra pull. Haven't really driven it enough for Procede autotune to do it's work. But definitely a difference! Having said that, I'm yet to get use to the funky smell coming from the engine bay!
The smell isn't that bad for n54?
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The smell isn't that bad for n54?
Yeah i didnt really notice much difference
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The smell isn't that bad for n54?
The first few days after install it smelt pretty bad (like something died in there) after I parked it in the garage. After a week it's less obvious or perhaps I'm just getting used to it?
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The first few days after install it smelt pretty bad (like something died in there) after I parked it in the garage. After a week it's less obvious or perhaps I'm just getting used to it?
maybe you are sensitive like me, but if you got a chance to drive N55 with catless downpipe. you will be so glad your current setup.
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