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      12-01-2012, 11:54 AM   #1
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07 335i With Oil Cooler What Cobb Map?

OK, I just got my Cobb in the mail. My car is stock with the factory oil cooler. What map should I be running. Can I run the Stage 1 aggressive? I was going to call Cobb but they are closed today. Thanks for any info

Yes I only use 93 octane in my car.
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Run the stg1 agg and do some logs. 3rd gear 2k-7k. Of everything looks good then your set. If you have timing drops run a lower stage.
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OK. Thanks

My car is an auto but I think I can keep in 3rd with the paddles in DS mode.
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Run the stg1 agg and do some logs. 3rd gear 2k-7k. Of everything looks good then your set. If you have timing drops run a lower stage.
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This should help if you have any questions about data logging http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=696472
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Since you're completely stock & running 93 octane, Stage 1 Aggressive is the appropriate Map for your car.

Put the car DS & then shift the gears so you get into M3. From there start recording your data log from 2.5k & run it full throttle to 6.5k. If conditions allow, run the car with DTC completely off while you take the log. I'd recommend for ease of reading that you reset to Default Log Reading & then switch the AP to Data Log Timing Corrections from Cylinders 1-6 & Cylinder Timing on Cylinder 3-5 (pick one) for the most accurate results.

Try to at least get 3 quality logs to ensure you're consistently not getting timing corrections & holding the proper boost levels.
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