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      12-11-2008, 07:29 PM   #1
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what other mods are needed to map my 335d

hi new on here.
ive just bought a 335d m sport coupe & am thinking of getting it remapped, what other mods need to be done to make it safe & efficient, as in exhaust etc.
thanks for any help. matt.
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      12-11-2008, 08:23 PM   #2
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hi new on here.
ive just bought a 335d m sport coupe & am thinking of getting it remapped, what other mods need to be done to make it safe & efficient, as in exhaust etc.
thanks for any help. matt.
You may want to look for exhaust/intake. Those are very easy bolt on products many companies carry. I would suggest taking pictures of your undercarriage first to see if the fitment. Not sure if there are 335D specific products yet. If you have any questions, please ask!

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      12-11-2008, 08:32 PM   #3
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Is there a tune for the 335d yet?
Man that would be awesome.
A tune that brings the power to somewhere in the 340 hp and 550 tq range would just be incredible for that car.

It's too bad in recent years the messed up oil companies have decided to start charging MORE for diesel than for gas.
Diesel is like $1.00+ a gallon more than premium gas now.
It wasn't many years ago when diesel was less than regular unleaded!
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[quote=Driver72;3787286]Is there a tune for the 335d yet?
Man that would be awesome.
A tune that brings the power to somewhere in the 340 hp and 550 tq range would just be incredible for that car.

yes theres a few maps available, the most widely acclaimed as far as i can tell is a company called DMS Automotive,at least in the u.k. who's remap is that good that apparently it doesn't invalidate bmw's warranty & produces around 340-350bhp & 710nm of torque & better mpg figures.
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Wow, I guess pretty good then.
Pretty much nailed the hp rating and through out the 550 lbs-ft of torque guess too.
710 nm of torque = 523 lbs-ft

Not too bad for a random guess on my part.

If I had a 335d I would be getting that tune. Diesels are so strong it should not be a problem supporting that power increase.
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Wow, I guess pretty good then.
Pretty much nailed the hp rating and through out the 550 lbs-ft of torque guess too.
710 nm of torque = 523 lbs-ft

Not too bad for a random guess on my part.

If I had a 335d I would be getting that tune. Diesels are so strong it should not be a problem supporting that power increase.
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Sounds like a good tune. Do you have more information on it? And you'll probably be getting 40+mpg!
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there are losts of tunes in Europe for the 335d (AC Schnitzer for example), Exhaust you can get the Bastuck Quad or std. 2 pipes , should fit both 335i and 335d. See: http://bastuck.de/web/liste_modern.asp?id_hg2=500030040
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I have tried this piggyback for my diesel cars, it is cheap app 500 dollars and works perfect,takes 5 min to install.


http://www.chiptuningdirect.com/bmw/...0kw_cr_en.html
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personally i wouldn't touch a piggyback chip with a barge poll, but thats your call, anyway that said i spoke to DMS today & they said i'm good to go, as in everything can handle the upgrade, they said they've been tunning the 535d engine for over 4 years without any problems & its the same engine + done lots of 335d's. its not worth upgrading the exhaust except for cosmetics & it gets that hot under the bonnet that they say induction kits just suck in hot air + they give a 3 year garrantee & will remap again if BMW wipe the map for free. matt
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