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      02-27-2008, 05:28 PM   #23
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I have the DINAN tune and am so very pleased with the performance. It is soooo smooth from a stop and through the gears. Normal driving and when you give it that extra gas HOLD ON.. You get pinned into the seat with a HUGE GRIN! My vehicle also runs about 20 degrees cooler than before during spirited driving. All together I paid 2007.84 for the flash out the door and it was worth EVERY PENNY!
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So you didnt get the Dinan oil cooler? and the car performs and function fine in high temp. driving?
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      02-27-2008, 05:32 PM   #24
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I have the DINAN tune and am so very pleased with the performance. It is soooo smooth from a stop and through the gears. Normal driving and when you give it that extra gas HOLD ON.. You get pinned into the seat with a HUGE GRIN! My vehicle also runs about 20 degrees cooler than before during spirited driving. All together I paid 2007.84 for the flash out the door and it was worth EVERY PENNY!

So you didnt get the Dinan oil cooler? and the car performs and function fine in high temp. driving?[/quote]

Congratulations on the new tune.
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      02-27-2008, 06:22 PM   #25
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Dude I believe you are getting overly dramatic here. Your doors will NOT be blown off. The V2 will ever so slightly walk you. Not by much at all. Most of the time it will come down to driver skill level and sheer balls.
Getting beat by a bumper is painful. Yes...blown off is a bit dramitic. Your right...1/10th of a seccond is not very much and skill plays a big roll. LOL
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Check out this link.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...ight=shiv+dyno

I have seen numbers all over the map SAE, Corrected, Uncorrected, Crank HP, Rear Wheel HP, BHP, 3rd gear pulls, 4th gear pulls, Types of Dyno Equipment, Temp Humidity, Fuel, User Torque Setting too high causing spark knock, but I believe the consensus is that the V2 makes the most power. I cannot make heads or tails of all this stuff anyway. I'll agree on the race fuel part. However, many of the guys like me just drive their car on the weekend so it's not too bad paying the $6/gal for 100 octane. I use 94 and that is good enough for me.

Call these companies up and talk to them and make them sell you on their products. Pick the best one and demand good service. I think Dinan HP's are very respectable. You'll love the power either way. Damn...the stock power of the 335 is amazing.

Try this one. http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...ight=shiv+dyno

Dinan Dyno
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...ight=shiv+dyno

I think most important is the way V2 puts the HP's to the ground. It pull so wicked above 5000 RPM. Way different than most. Keep this in mind when making your final decision.


Thank you, in the process of reading all of those threads. I have already found some inconsistencies.. but this will take a good night of reading to read all of them in their entirety.

edit: A quick observation is that shiv's dyno runs do not show gains, just max horsepower graphs. Honestly, I am upset/discourage with this and also the fact he doesn't use SAE correction. Still reading though
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People need to stop with the Limp Modes related to PROcede.

Myself, just like many others, have never had a limp mode with PROcede in 6 months.

Please stop with the drama.
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Procede has terrible support. LIMP LIMP LIMP. Remember, Dinan is 100% committed to BMW. That's all they do.

Vishnu is all over the map. Whatever market is hot, they jump into it leaving others in the dust. Just ask those who are waiting for a DP map.
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People need to stop with the Limp Modes related to PROcede.

Myself, just like many others, have never had a limp mode with PROcede in 6 months.

Please stop with the drama.
I'm good too with 0 limp modes in 6-weeks. However, my V1.4x had about 5 limps but I think it was due to a defective Procede.

Do you get a slight hesitation during acceleration sometimes?

No Drama....just reality.
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Thank you, in the process of reading all of those threads. I have already found some inconsistencies.. but this will take a good night of reading to read all of them in their entirety.

edit: A quick observation is that shiv's dyno runs do not show gains, just max horsepower graphs. Honestly, I am upset/discourage with this and also the fact he doesn't use SAE correction. Still reading though
It would be nice if someone smarter that me explain all the different techniques in Dyno Technology. What is SAE Corrected numbers? I need to be educated.
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I dont have have dinan flash. I was asking about if you get a dinan flash works fine without a dinan oil cooler?
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