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      04-08-2011, 08:34 PM   #1167
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07 , installation was super easy.. Had the tune for a week now.
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      04-08-2011, 09:01 PM   #1168
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so happy that this part is out!!
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      04-08-2011, 09:06 PM   #1169
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no one passed me the msg that you guys finished the 2007 tune!! can i take one off our rack and program it from your site??

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oops wrong spot-
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      04-08-2011, 09:28 PM   #1171
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any other 07's been having problems flashing?
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      04-08-2011, 09:35 PM   #1172
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07 here....installed for a week now.....so far so good
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      04-09-2011, 11:44 AM   #1173
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I had a question regarding a smell of fuel that is noticeable after you turn off the car, is it normal? Also, are the turbos supposed to sound different at all?

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Great product![quote=COBB Tuning;8626173]We wanted to create a new thread to capture all discussion and questions regarding the upcoming release of the 2008-2010 BMW 335i N54 AccessPORT. This will allow us to stay on top of the discussion and provide quick responses to questions in a single location. We have people standing by watching this thread right now, because the COBB Tuning AccessPORT for the BMW 335i will be available tomorrow, January 6th, 2011!

We offer a 30 day satisfaction guarantee on the AccessPORT, so if you are unsatisfied with the performance of the AccessPORT in any way, uninstall and return it within 30 days of purchase for a full refund. While we offer this guarantee for direct purchases, we can not force all of our dealers to comply with this policy, so make sure you discuss their return policy to ensure that they will honor it.

We are very excited to be involved with the BMW enthusiast community and look forward to meeting your tuning needs!

Here is a copy of the press release that is going up on our blog shortly.
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Introducing the COBB Tuning AccessPORT for 2008-2010 BMW 135i, 335i and 535i vehicles equipped with the N54 twin turbo engine. The AccessPORT brings hand-held ECU flashing, managing and monitoring convenience to BMW, unleashing untapped power hidden in the ECU with just the push of a button. The AccessPORT lets you quickly reprogram your car
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      04-09-2011, 11:57 AM   #1174
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if anyone wants to see a JB4 versus Cobb comparison - here it is:


http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=513705
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Another question , if my car ends up getting a unknown rom, will my car still have my stock tune ??

Sry for all these noob questions
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Another question , if my car ends up getting a unknown rom, will my car still have my stock tune ??

Sry for all these noob questions
Yes
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COBB: Any chance of a fuel economy map? I remember having one for my GD STI, and it was great on long highway trips.

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Can anyone point me to release notes for 2007 beta versions. I looked on their website and could only find official release notes, not beta? Would be interesting to know the details of each beta releases.
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      04-13-2011, 08:56 AM   #1179
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I know its recommended to flash back to stock tune before installing cobb. But if I keep dinan installed how will install process go? Does map 0 - stock- still retain dinan tune?

I've read that during install backup of existing flash will fail. So if I ever want to do an uninstall in the future I'll have to flash back a generic stock flash (provided by cobb?) which may be flagged by the dealer. Other than that are there an other issues trying to install over my dinan tune?
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      04-13-2011, 12:40 PM   #1180
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I installed mine last night my oil temp goes up to 260? is that normal?
Also i read the codes in the morning code is p2ee6 as cobb says it is coolant sensor
but las night before install i check codes with my own code reader and there were
no codes. I started the car inn the morning i had loud noise i got out and seen my
fan is running on cold start. Is that something to do with the tune, I'm going to go back to stock and see any of this occurs. Has anyone faced this?
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      04-13-2011, 12:42 PM   #1181
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I installed mine last night my oil temp goes up to 260? is that normal?
Also i read the codes in the morning code is p2ee6 as cobb says it is coolant sensor
but las night before install i check codes with my own code reader and there were
no codes. I started the car inn the morning i had loud noise i got out and seen my
fan is running on cold start. Is that something to do with the tune, I'm going to go back to stock and see any of this occurs. Has anyone faced this?
The fan running on cold start is a common issue, usually its not tune related.

Universal code readers cant read all the codes BMW has. Some codes show up in shadow codes and the like which only a BT tool would be able to see.

Sometimes that fan running on cold start issue is just a fluke. Ive seen many times tuned and not tuned.

Reset everything and see what happens.

260 oil temp is not normal.
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Lyrics do u have a oem oil cooler ?
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      04-13-2011, 12:52 PM   #1183
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If I have some things custom coded on my car, will they be lost if I flash my ecu with the COBB AP? Or are these things not affected?
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      04-13-2011, 12:53 PM   #1184
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Typically the rad fan running on initial start up indicates a bad Ecu or files. This is how it was with all my previous cars. Not sure about this one but it is def not normal. I would flash back to stock and check if the fan turns off.
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The fan running on cold start is a common issue, usually its not tune related.

Universal code readers cant read all the codes BMW has. Some codes show up in shadow codes and the like which only a BT tool would be able to see.

Sometimes that fan running on cold start issue is just a fluke. Ive seen many times tuned and not tuned.

Reset everything and see what happens.

260 oil temp is not normal.
thanks for the input
260 oil temp when i drove it hard for 3- 4 minutes?
rehular driving in middle 250 is that normal
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thanks for the input
260 oil temp when i drove it hard for 3- 4 minutes?
rehular driving in middle 250 is that normal
If you have an oil cooler its not normal. People who exceed 250+ oil temps with oil coolers are usually hot lapping on road courses.

If you dont have an oil cooler, a)you should get one if tuned and B) that is why your seeing those high temps.
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If you have an oil cooler its not normal. People who exceed 250+ oil temps with oil coolers are usually hot lapping on road courses.

If you dont have an oil cooler, a)you should get one if tuned and B) that is why your seeing those high temps.
I have the stock oil cooler,
car is 08 fully loaded
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I have the stock oil cooler,
car is 08 fully loaded
Reset everything and see what happens. Go from there.
Maybe a thermostat is locked up or a sensor is on the fritz.
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