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      07-11-2009, 09:18 AM   #1
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JB3 Prior Install advice

Car: 08 335i Montego Blue Manual (Stock)

Goal: Increase Hp with minimal cost

Bugget: 2K ish

Wants: JB3
AA BOV
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Just need some advice on what you guys think of these upgrades and if it's not even worth it or better yet, better alternatives. JB3 is a must, but what else to i need with it in order to be more efficient. Thanks

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personally I would go with an exhaust rather than the BOV. I am going to install my JB3 this weekend hopefully or next week for sure. I am so pumped. I also have a BMS DCI and air scoops.
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Get a BMS DCI if your on a budget and DP's for sure... i have the AR Design units and love em!!
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Shouldnt waste your money on the BOV. Get a used jb3, used DPs, used exhaust, and BMS DCI. All will be reasonably priced, especially compared to new and there are plenty for sale. Definitely try and get a FMIC as well.
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I don't think you can fit a new exhaust system into your budget if you get jb3, dci, downpipes (all new) . Like people said, used ones aren't bad.
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thanks for the advice..looks like i will be giving up the DCI for the Downpipes..but what's the difference between catted and catless?? Also, i've heard that if you install jb3, getting a BT Scanner would help....how?? appreciate everything guys

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You really need to go to the FI section and read. Your giving up the BOV for DPs, not the DCI. You're getting the DCI instead of a cold air. Research what a catalytic converter is and figure out the difference. You get slightly better flow with out them. Read what a BT scanner is and that will answer your other question. No matter what tune you run, you should get a BT scanner.
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