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      09-13-2012, 01:16 PM   #1
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Procede Rev3 Question?

Anyone having any specials on these right now, I am considering purchasing this.

Also, my car is fully stock, do I need to do any other mods to the car to be able to use Procede Rev3?

I am really interested in this over cobb because of the wastegate rattle fix, I recently got new turbos but find that they too rattle slightly, I'd like to eliminate more rattle if I can.

How easy is the wastegate rattle/wastegate position adjustment to do via Procede Rev3?



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      09-13-2012, 01:48 PM   #2
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Hi there-- to dial out wastegate rattle, you can simply increase or decrease the wastegate postion user adjustable value through the user tuning software. After a minute of playing around with it, you should find a value that minimizing or eliminates the rattle completely.
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Hi there-- to dial out wastegate rattle, you can simply increase or decrease the wastegate postion user adjustable value through the user tuning software. After a minute of playing around with it, you should find a value that minimizing or eliminates the rattle completely.
set it to 30%. car sounds awesome! Oh and you can run rev3 with a completely stock car. it comes down to which maps you load onto it. For instance, you can run the autotune maps from 7-29 or you can run the beta aggressive maps in stage 1.
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The only things you need to run a tune is good spark plugs and a general good state of repair overall. I am 100% stock except Procede and PWM meth.
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The only things you need to run a tune is good spark plugs and a general good state of repair overall. I am 100% stock except Procede and PWM meth.
My sparks are up in 13k miles should I replace before installing this, or just let it run it's course?

How often should the sparks be changed with this tune?
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My sparks are up in 13k miles should I replace before installing this, or just let it run it's course?

How often should the sparks be changed with this tune?

Also I see post about Rev 5 but don't see a Rev 5 in the catalog on the procede website.



I guess which is the latest and greatest
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Lol there is no rev5. I think you are thinking of v5. vX represents software version. RevX represents hardware revision. The most current is Rev3 v5 which is currently available on our website

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Lol there is no rev5. I think you are thinking of v5. vX represents software version. RevX represents hardware revision. The more current is Rev2 v5 who h is currently available on our website
You mean Rev3 v5 right? or only see 2.5 SE and 3. In the download section I see v5.x

Just want to make sure I am purchasing the right thing.

Is the DME flash worth it on a stock car for an extra 100.00?

How much of a gain am I looking at with a stock car with these upgrades.

Eventually I plan on doing more mods but I am slowly moving myself in. Now that I am fully out of warranty it's time to go bo bo crazy ya know!
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You mean Rev3 v5 right? or only see 2.5 SE and 3. In the download section I see v5.x

Just want to make sure I am purchasing the right thing.

Is the DME flash worth it on a stock car for an extra 100.00?

How much of a gain am I looking at with a stock car with these upgrades.

Eventually I plan on doing more mods but I am slowly moving myself in. Now that I am fully out of warranty it's time to go bo bo crazy ya know!
Oh my.. I just read my previous post and it was appalling. Serves me write from typing on my phone while driving Edited above for the sake of clarity.

For a stock car, there is no reason to get the ProcedeFlash unless you have access to e85 in which case, you are in for a treat. If so, I suggest getting the Procede, ProcedeFlash and DCIs. With only those 3 items, when running a 50/50 E85 mix, you will pick up over 150WHP. On just regular gasoline, expect 75-90whp.
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Oh my.. I just read my previous post and it was appalling. Serves me write from typing on my phone while driving Edited above for the sake of clarity.

For a stock car, there is no reason to get the ProcedeFlash unless you have access to e85 in which case, you are in for a treat. If so, I suggest getting the Procede, ProcedeFlash and DCIs. With only those 3 items, when running a 50/50 E85 mix, you will pick up over 150WHP. On just regular gasoline, expect 75-90whp.
Forgive me for being stupid but what exactly is DCI, this is the first car I've ever modified and I've owned a honda in the past (this is my second bmw, my e46 was not modified at all)
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Forgive me for being stupid but what exactly is DCI, this is the first car I've ever modified and I've owned a honda in the past (this is my second bmw, my e46 was not modified at all)
DCI=Dual Cone Intakes: http://www.procedetuning.com/BMW/n54...dualcones.html

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Thanks, only problem with those is I'll be going vented hood in the next 2 weeks so with rain ... I'd need inside box dual cone >.>

Also any place I can search to see if any stations in my area have E85? Don't want to drive around looking for gas station with E85 if I can just search online :P
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Thanks, only problem with those is I'll be going vented hood in the next 2 weeks so with rain ... I'd need inside box dual cone >.>

Also any place I can search to see if any stations in my area have E85? Don't want to drive around looking for gas station with E85 if I can just search online :P
http://e85prices.com/e85map.php
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Awesome 1 is about 5 miles from me!, so now i just have to figure out alternative dual cone without it being open.
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