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      05-05-2016, 10:00 AM   #23
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I suppose I'll trail braze with you since you offer 30 days. Shoot me your PayPal. Thanks
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This is wired just like the BMS one. There is no or off switch. You just need to set the POT until the SES light does not come on. I found out that around 630~650 ohms works best. I will send it set at ~650 ohms to make it easier.
So it requires to be removed and can not stay permanently connected.
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So it requires to be removed and can not stay permanently connected.
Once it is set you leave it installed. You do not remove it.
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I suppose I'll trail braze with you since you offer 30 days. Shoot me your PayPal. Thanks
Thanks for payment. I PM'ed you the tracking number. It has been shipped already. Let me know how it goes.
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      05-05-2016, 08:45 PM   #28
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Once it is set you leave it installed. You do not remove it.
You might wanna double check this. I read your supposed to remove it after the emmisions test.

Also can someone post how to check to see if car is in ready mode.
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      05-05-2016, 08:52 PM   #29
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Yeah, if you leave it installed you may skew your bank to bank AFRs. It's blending 2 signals into one so long term the result isn't optimal. But the DP Fix literally takes 10 minutes to install or uninstall plus the time to remove your cowl. I timed myself a couple of months ago and it took 8 minutes as it's just 3 wires.

I personally think the easiest way to check readiness is to have a $20 code scanner. Any OBD scanner from Amazon or the local parts store will work. It will show you readiness status for all monitors and if you throw a code it will show that as well. Obviously not as good as the BMW specific scanners, but for emissions it works perfectly. That's what I use to pass emissions. Install DP Fix and start drive cycle. Then scan it every once in a while when I get to a stop light and see what monitors aren't ready yet. Then do the portion of the cycle that sets that monitor and get it tested. I set readiness in 30 minutes this time as I had an empty highway to do the cruising portion so it was easy. It's much harder in stop and go traffic.
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2 questions:
1. I personally hate the idea of pushing pins in and out of connectors. Can you source the male and female connectors so your version would directly plug in-line between the original connector and DME?
2. Do you have a position for disabling the DP fix altogether like the BMS version?
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2 questions:
1. I personally hate the idea of pushing pins in and out of connectors. Can you source the male and female connectors so your version would directly plug in-line between the original connector and DME?
2. Do you have a position for disabling the DP fix altogether like the BMS version?
The pin layout is the same as BMS VRSF and the Wedge. They all work the same.
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      05-06-2016, 02:39 PM   #32
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Thanks for payment. I PM'ed you the tracking number. It has been shipped already. Let me know how it goes.
Ahh, turns out I won't know for quite a while. My exhaust was back ordered until late June and I don't really want to do DP and exhaust separately. I'll check around and see if people still need vouching though after that
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Bump. The only errors I get are from my JB4. No emissions. I have one ready again and I can make more if need be.
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sold 1 so far. I have another for sale. LMK
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Hi, forgive me I'm a newbie in terms of turbocharged cars. Recently upgraded from an N52 to an N55. I'm planning to get a catless downpipe soon but have been reading that it'll produce a CEL. Is this what your device prevents? Does it matter if my car is a RHD? Emissions is of no concern to me because of where I reside. I just don't want to be disappointed the moment I put on that catless downpipe. Thanks.
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It only works with n54 versions. It is also meant for emissions
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Hi, forgive me I'm a newbie in terms of turbocharged cars. Recently upgraded from an N52 to an N55. I'm planning to get a catless downpipe soon but have been reading that it'll produce a CEL. Is this what your device prevents? Does it matter if my car is a RHD? Emissions is of no concern to me because of where I reside. I just don't want to be disappointed the moment I put on that catless downpipe. Thanks.
This item fits the following BMWs:
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2011-2012 E92 BMW 335is
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Hi, forgive me I'm a newbie in terms of turbocharged cars. Recently upgraded from an N52 to an N55. I'm planning to get a catless downpipe soon but have been reading that it'll produce a CEL. Is this what your device prevents? Does it matter if my car is a RHD? Emissions is of no concern to me because of where I reside. I just don't want to be disappointed the moment I put on that catless downpipe. Thanks.
This item fits the following BMWs:
2007-2010 E90/E91/E92/E93 BMW 335i
2011-2012 E92 BMW 335is
2008-2010 E82 BMW 135i
I know you've listed compatibility in terms of cars but what I'm asking is whether there is a difference for RHD cars? Sometimes RHD cars need longer harness (such as the case with JB4).
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No it goes inside the dme compartment
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