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      12-06-2012, 04:11 PM   #1
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I need help what map should I install on my 335i with BMW performance exhaust and afe intake upgrade? Thanks
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      12-06-2012, 04:26 PM   #2
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Stage 1. You should probably use 93oct if u wanna run aggressive.
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Stage 1 -- Start with "Sport" & Data Log. If you get no timing corrections & have access to 93, try Aggressive (log again & confirm no corrections)
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I always use 93 on my car. I loaded the stage 1 aggressive and it runs faster. Now i am wondering how many horse power got added to my car with stage 1 aggressive, performance exhaust, and AFE Intake and idea?
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I always use 93 on my car. I loaded the stage 1 aggressive and it runs faster. Now i am wondering how horse power got added to my car with stage 1 aggressive, performance exhaust, and AFE Intake and idea?
Are you asking how much horse power?
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Yes sir I know 335i stock is 300hp now that I added BMW performance exhaust, AFE intake, and stage 1 aggressive wondering how much horse power added.
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      12-07-2012, 01:10 PM   #7
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I always use 93 on my car. I loaded the stage 1 aggressive and it runs faster. Now i am wondering how many horse power got added to my car with stage 1 aggressive, performance exhaust, and AFE Intake and idea?
Take some Data Logs dude, just because it feels faster doesn't mean that the engine is "happy" because there can still be several timing corrections (bad).

The average 335 puts about 270 WHP / 280 WTQ, so with the Stage 1 Aggressive you're looking ~325 WHP / 340 WTQ.
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