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      03-02-2007, 05:12 PM   #1
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Procede in Chapel Hill, NC

Hey,

I live in Chapel Hill, NC which is for all practicle purposes a suburb of Raleigh. I have a E90 335i AT and am thinking of getting a Procede.

Anyone have a recommendation as to where I can get a Procede installed? Possible cities:

Raleigh
Durham
Greensboro
Charlotte
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      03-02-2007, 05:21 PM   #2
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Install it yourself.
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      03-02-2007, 05:33 PM   #3
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Yes, Procede install should be a piece of cake, even for someone that is not tech. advanced.
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      03-02-2007, 06:24 PM   #4
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Casey, I dont live far from Chapel Hill (25min). If you need help, lemme know. I want to order a Procede as well very soon.
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      03-03-2007, 06:18 PM   #5
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I watched Shiv install some this morn in DC and the install is pretty simple as long you have some good instructions to go by. He says they started shipping out last week and directions (with video) and software will be available online. The map is pretty much figured out now, so it's pretty much plug and play..... not much real tuning to do once it's plugged up.

We'll have full reviews of DC installs soon probably, but from what I saw everybody seemed very happy with the results. It now feels and sounds like a turbo car and pulls like a mo fo. Very nice.
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      03-03-2007, 07:23 PM   #6
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Bah, I want my car dammit!

6 more days!!!!
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      03-04-2007, 12:49 AM   #7
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Yep.. install it yourself It is physically possible to install a PROcede in 7 minutes if you have done it a hundred or so times like me. A first timer who is somewhat proficient that basic car wrenching should be able to do it in 20 min. Someone who absolutely no experience in working with cars or wiring, wanting to take their time, should be able to do the entire job in under 1hr. And that with 30 minutes of paying the entire 7 minute video over and over and over and over again

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      03-04-2007, 08:37 AM   #8
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Casey, I will get one too and we can install them the same day. I've tackled pretty difficult things on my cars so this shouldnt be hard.
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      03-04-2007, 10:18 PM   #9
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I just placed my order on Friday, and plan to do the install myself (4 weeks or so). Yes, I am a bit nervous about it, and no, I don't have any experience under the hood. But I'm pretty confident from reading some of shiv's posts that there really isn't anything that I can screw up.
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Yep.. install it yourself It is physically possible to install a PROcede in 7 minutes if you have done it a hundred or so times like me. A first timer who is somewhat proficient that basic car wrenching should be able to do it in 20 min. Someone who absolutely no experience in working with cars or wiring, wanting to take their time, should be able to do the entire job in under 1hr. And that with 30 minutes of paying the entire 7 minute video over and over and over and over again

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Shiv;
I was asking myself the same question. I send you guyz and Email about some info on the, but I never got an answer. I guess the question has been answered. I was also wondering if you were coming any time soon to florida, I would be glad to tune the car on a dyno like many people have done with you. Well, hope to hear answers soon from my email.

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