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      04-05-2012, 12:18 PM   #4621
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Cobb should just make their own kit supported by the AP... they'd sell like hotcakes
Slap a Cobb sticker on the HFS4 controller there you go. Heck, slap a Cobb sticker on any meth kit and there u go.
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Hate to sound newb.. but it looks like I'm in the middle of maps and don't know whether to go with the stage 2 drive or stage 1 sport map.

We've only got 91 octane here and I've only got downpipes and a BMS intake setup on the car. No FMIC or aftermarket exhaust..

What's everyone generally going with that's stuck in the middle...?
you're not stuck in the middle. with 91 oct, DPs you're good to go for Stage2 sport. if the gas is really crappy, just log to make sure everything is in check.
Was going to say the same thing... You beat me to it.

On a side note, i loaded the 4.01 s2+s map last night... First couple runs were kinda if rough, but the ecu adapted quickly and then the wot was smooth as butter. I have yet to review the datalogs but it felt great. Getting valve cleaning on Wednesday and will load s2+a
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Was going to say the same thing... You beat me to it.

On a side note, i loaded the 4.01 s2+s map last night... First couple runs were kinda if rough, but the ecu adapted quickly and then the wot was smooth as butter. I have yet to review the datalogs but it felt great. Getting valve cleaning on Wednesday and will load s2+a
Good to hear about S2+, the break-in period for my new clutch is almost over

so what technique are you going to use for valve cleaning? Dealerships here don't offer walnut blasting
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      04-05-2012, 12:41 PM   #4624
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you're not stuck in the middle. with 91 oct, DPs you're good to go for Stage2 sport. if the gas is really crappy, just log to make sure everything is in check.
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Was going to say the same thing... You beat me to it.

On a side note, i loaded the 4.01 s2+s map last night... First couple runs were kinda if rough, but the ecu adapted quickly and then the wot was smooth as butter. I have yet to review the datalogs but it felt great. Getting valve cleaning on Wednesday and will load s2+a
Thank you both then! Sorry.. Completely new to this rig so I'm trying to figure it out. Saw that TBE is recommended for stage 2 as well as FMIC, so I didn't know if that was going to hurt any. Sweet then. I'll go with stage2 sport!
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I wish COBB would release their exhaust and downpipes already....
yes they have them on their 335 now down in austin
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How does the "- Okada Coils & NGK 5992 Plugs" perform compared to OEM´s (NG6 BOSCH Super Spark Plug ZGR6STE2)?

you have specific shop/link/product code, which use to order,if i would like to?
22t miles since last changed the plugs,how often should i change plugs with tuned car?
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How does the "- Okada Coils & NGK 5992 Plugs" perform compared to OEM´s (NG6 BOSCH Super Spark Plug ZGR6STE2)?

you have specific shop/link/product code, which use to order,if i would like to?
22t miles since last changed the plugs,how often should i change plugs with tuned car?
I have not had any personal experience with these. I know Dzenno runs the NGK plugs and enrita runs the Okada coils.
People with RBs have been running the OEM plugs with no issues. I don't see any good benefit over OEMs considering you have stock turbos
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I have not had any personal experience with these. I know Dzenno runs the NGK plugs and enrita runs the Okada coils.
People with RBs have been running the OEM plugs with no issues. I don't see any good benefit over OEMs considering you have stock turbos
ok,thanks.googled and seems to be like you said.i will stick to the OEM´s. How´s change interval with Cobb/Stage2+FMIC?

(think i wont use BMW service manual recommended change interval )
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ok,thanks.googled and seems to be like you said.i will stick to the OEM´s. How´s change interval with Cobb/Stage2+FMIC?

(think i wont use BMW service manual recommended change interval )
If your tuned people usually recomend you change plugs every 20k-25k miles.
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If your tuned people usually recomend you change plugs every 20k-25k miles.
thx, will do so

ps.local oil dealer says if you drive city drive like 80% of your driving he recommends changing oils every 6.2t miles - 9.3t miles

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If your tuned people usually recomend you change plugs every 20k-25k miles.
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thx, will do so

ps.local oil dealer says if you drive city drive like 80% of your driving he recommends changing oils every 6.2t miles - 9.3t miles
I'd recommend doing it every 5K, it'll cost a little money but your car will thank you.
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      04-06-2012, 12:41 PM   #4633
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Can you guys suggest a map for 2009 335 At intake only?

Florida , 93 octane is available.

Have Jb4 now and like the look of the throttle curves on Cobb better. I currently run map 1 on the jb4.

I see the new beta versions out and may try that based on your suggestion.

At minimum I'm thinking 3.01 aggressive. But don't know about 4.01

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Can you guys suggest a map for 2009 335 At intake only?

Florida , 93 octane is available.

Have Jb4 now and like the look of the throttle curves on Cobb better. I currently run map 1 on the jb4.

I see the new beta versions out and may try that based on your suggestion.

At minimum I'm thinking 3.01 aggressive. But don't know about 4.01

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You can run stage1 aggressive 4.01
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You can run stage1 aggressive 4.01
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Also, you need to keep in mind that you need to datalog the car to be sure it's running properly. Depending on the quality of the gasoline(not all "93" is the same) and other factors you may want to run "sport" but that depends on how your logs look.
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Also, you need to keep in mind that you need to datalog the car to be sure it's running properly. Depending on the quality of the gasoline(not all "93" is the same) and other factors you may want to run "sport" but that depends on how your logs look.
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It's already few weeks like from COBB no word. No 401 getting out from beta. Hmmm COBB forgot about BMW?
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so what technique are you going to use for valve cleaning? Dealerships here don't offer walnut blasting
VAC Motorsports in Philadelphia actually just developed their own intake valve cleaning machine that uses walnut shell media for valve cleaning... so I'll be getting that done at VAC

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It's already few weeks like from COBB no word. No 401 getting out from beta. Hmmm COBB forgot about BMW?
Just be patient... Cobb usually stay quiet for extended periods of time only to have big news. I've been running v401 for the past week though, and have had zero issues. Although it's not out of Beta, it is certainly completely safe for use.
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+1 no issues with v401.
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It's already few weeks like from COBB no word. No 401 getting out from beta. Hmmm COBB forgot about BMW?
I don't get it.. Of course they will stay in beta for more than a few weeks.
Try them out.
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I don't get it.. Of course they will stay in beta for more than a few weeks.
Try them out.
I really want to go straight with +Fmic map and we still have some snow here. So I am waiting for beta out maps patiently

BTW I saw you ordered AA sport Fmic what you can tell about it? Also do you have to pay customs/taxes receiving part from US?
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Hello - I looked and I just cannot find the antitheft maps for the COBB. Do they even exist?

http://www.cobbtuning.com/AccessPORT...s/bmw/bmw-grid

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