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      03-18-2014, 12:55 PM   #683
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In the N55 Tech Code list the code says:

Fault code hex 0x2BEE
Fault code dez 11246

High-pressure fuel system, cold start: Pressure too low
Thanks my man.

That's basically what I've been telling the dealership for the last 6 months. Long crank on cold start due to hpfp failure. Fucking idiots.

Now that there's a code they can kiss my ass.
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      03-18-2014, 01:01 PM   #684
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Here is the full list of codes
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      03-18-2014, 01:02 PM   #685
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Here is the full list of codes




My man!

Good lookin out!
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      03-18-2014, 01:03 PM   #686
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Thanks my man.

That's basically what I've been telling the dealership for the last 6 months. Long crank on cold start due to hpfp failure. Fucking idiots.

Now that there's a code they can kiss my ass.
Yeah my Vanos looks like its going out. The dealership just reprogrammed my DME and said it was good. I get home and I get the code again. I have to take it back to them again...
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      03-29-2014, 11:56 AM   #687
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Hey long story short I went to the dealer yesterday and got an upgrade and now I think I've got a new unsupported ROM. How can I confirm this?

I came across this procedure here that downloads my ROM and sends it to COBB. Do I go ahead and just do it?

http://www.cobbtuning.com/BMW-N55-Ac...pport/UserDump

Thanks,
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      03-30-2014, 08:13 PM   #688
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Hey long story short I went to the dealer yesterday and got an upgrade and now I think I've got a new unsupported ROM. How can I confirm this?

I came across this procedure here that downloads my ROM and sends it to COBB. Do I go ahead and just do it?

http://www.cobbtuning.com/BMW-N55-Ac...pport/UserDump

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YES, it'll help figure out what steps you'll need to take in order to run your AP again.
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      05-17-2014, 09:52 PM   #689
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I need to update my DME and would like to know the newest software update is compatible with COBB also will dealer able to update software with aftermarket seats?
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      05-20-2014, 10:19 AM   #691
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Data Logging Question

Hey Guys,

Used the forum search and was directed here.

Car: 08 335xi 6-MT Coupe

Mods: Cobb Stg 1 Agg and DCI's.

Issue: Car is sputtering in higher gears 4-6th, I'm thinking the coil packs need to be changed but I wanted to see if I could do some Data Logging with the AP and see if i can tell exactly which coil (if it's just one) is giving me the issue.

Question: What parameters should I set the Cobb for Data Logging, Ignition? and Boost? Just curious what other people's data logging experiences were and what methods they used for diagnosis.

Thanks Buds!
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      05-20-2014, 10:22 AM   #692
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Hey Guys,

Used the forum search and was directed here.

Car: 08 335xi 6-MT Coupe

Mods: Cobb Stg 1 Agg and DCI's.

Issue: Car is sputtering in higher gears 4-6th, I'm thinking the coil packs need to be changed but I wanted to see if I could do some Data Logging with the AP and see if i can tell exactly which coil (if it's just one) is giving me the issue.

Question: What parameters should I set the Cobb for Data Logging, Ignition? and Boost? Just curious what other people's data logging experiences were and what methods they used for diagnosis.

Thanks Buds!
Just an Fyi this is the n55 part of the forums but someone may still be able to help you out.
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ahh crap, my bad!
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Bump....kinda curious as to what kind of power I am putting down without dynoing just yet. Just a ballpark figure for anyone running a similar setup.

I am running COBB V3 set to Stage 1 Aggressive + FMIC on 93 octane. Car is an E92 N55 with the following mods:

VRSF Chargepipe
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BMW Performance Exhaust


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      06-13-2014, 04:01 PM   #695
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Bump....kinda curious as to what kind of power I am putting down without dynoing just yet. Just a ballpark figure for anyone running a similar setup.

I am running COBB V3 set to Stage 1 Aggressive + FMIC on 93 octane. Car is an E92 N55 with the following mods:

VRSF Chargepipe
BMS Intake
Active Autowerke FMIC
BMW Performance Exhaust


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You should be running stage 2 aggressive!!!
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Quick question, in NY where they simply scan your car for emissions codes for the state inspection, do I need to uninstall the tune? I'm running state 1 aggressive, no downpipes or other performance modifications that would throw a code. Basically the tune isn't going to affect OBDII readiness, correct?
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Quick question, in NY where they simply scan your car for emissions codes for the state inspection, do I need to uninstall the tune? I'm running state 1 aggressive, no downpipes or other performance modifications that would throw a code. Basically the tune isn't going to affect OBDII readiness, correct?
You should uninstall. The cobb just suppresses the codes so they don't trigger the light but they are still present and an OBDII scan will show them.
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You should be running stage 2 aggressive!!!
I thought I needed a DP first??
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      06-17-2014, 12:49 AM   #699
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You should be running stage 2 aggressive!!!
I thought I needed a DP first??
I may have misread, I saw the fmic and thought I saw dp's also. I'm thinking you can at least run stage 2 mild. Hell I run stage 1 aggressive with bms drop-in, cpe charge pipe and BMW perf exhaust. 93 octane all day of course. You should hit up COBB and verify what you can run.
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I may have misread, I saw the fmic and thought I saw dp's also. I'm thinking you can at least run stage 2 mild. Hell I run stage 1 aggressive with bms drop-in, cpe charge pipe and BMW perf exhaust. 93 octane all day of course. You should hit up COBB and verify what you can run.

I am hoping to scoop up a catted DP in the next month or so. Just was curious as what kinda power I am putting down now as I'm sure I have a common setup for the most part....
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      06-21-2014, 02:17 AM   #701
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I'm actually thinking about trying stage 2 sport just to see. Anybody know what supporting mods you need for it?
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You should uninstall. The cobb just suppresses the codes so they don't trigger the light but they are still present and an OBDII scan will show them.
Good news - I brought the car in this morning and it passed NY emissions with The Cobb stage 1 aggressive installed. No issue at all.
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You should uninstall. The cobb just suppresses the codes so they don't trigger the light but they are still present and an OBDII scan will show them.
Good news - I brought the car in this morning and it passed NY emissions with The Cobb stage 1 aggressive installed. No issue at all.
Are you using a 02 sensor spacer mini cat?
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That's good news.....was wondering the same thing. My car exhaust smells worse (if that makes sense) with the cobb
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