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      08-17-2019, 09:55 PM   #89
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My has been at a disclosed location and had a stage 3 Bpc tune. Thinking I had the good shit but I was shown with my eyes what I actually got. It it was not worth the $1200 I spent at Bpc. The wool was pulled from my eyes. And I race my car on street and at the track and I will give an update when I get it back...

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Hi , you can do a very good comparison since you have done plenty of 1/4 mile times not just a dyno, waiting for this
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My has been at a disclosed location and had a stage 3 Bpc tune. Thinking I had the good shit but I was shown with my eyes what I actually got. It it was not worth the $1200 I spent at Bpc. The wool was pulled from my eyes. And I race my car on street and at the track and I will give an update when I get it back...

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Hi , you can do a very good comparison since you have done plenty of 1/4 mile times not just a dyno, waiting for this
You know I will
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So I put a BRR tune on my 335D that i just bought and I've been absolutely loving it. Being that I just bought the car I'm still in the process of getting the maintenance on my car up to date. I've got 140,000 miles so it's got the typical fuel rail pressure code that will probably be an injector and it looks like a boost leak.

I still figured I'm just gonna send it and went to the local 1/8 mile drag races to see how it'll do as I've been loving the car and how fun it is. Being that I'm on bald run flat tires I filled up the diesel tank all the way full hoping it would assist with my traction problem. After the sun went down the little bit of traction I had totally disappeared as there was a lot of moisture in the air

I have only drag raced once and that was about 10 years ago in my 1970 baja bug with a 1600cc engine but I've attached my time slip from my first pass while it was still hot out in Southern California. I know this car and this tune has more potential for sure once I get a few of my issues sorted and I'm excited to get it all fixed up and get some tires on it to really see what it can do. Dont make fun of my RT I was nervous as hell lol.

Also I just checked and the DA was at 3904 feet when I ran at about 6pm on august 16th at Barona 1/8 mile drags in California.
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So I put a BRR tune on my 335D that i just bought and I've been absolutely loving it. Being that I just bought the car I'm still in the process of getting the maintenance on my car up to date. I've got 140,000 miles so it's got the typical fuel rail pressure code that will probably be an injector and it looks like a boost leak.

I still figured I'm just gonna send it and went to the local 1/8 mile drag races to see how it'll do as I've been loving the car and how fun it is. Being that I'm on bald run flat tires I filled up the diesel tank all the way full hoping it would assist with my traction problem. After the sun went down the little bit of traction I had totally disappeared as there was a lot of moisture in the air

I have only drag raced once and that was about 10 years ago in my 1970 baja bug with a 1600cc engine but I've attached my time slip from my first pass while it was still hot out in Southern California. I know this car and this tune has more potential for sure once I get a few of my issues sorted and I'm excited to get it all fixed up and get some tires on it to really see what it can do. Dont make fun of my RT I was nervous as hell lol.

Also I just checked and the DA was at 3904 feet when I ran at about 6pm on august 16th at Barona 1/8 mile drags in California.

Hi , the tune it's the only performance mode? Traction was not that bad ,good time and trap speed , probably 12,4-5 at the 1/4 mile at 112,x ....
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Hi , the tune it's the only performance mode? Traction was not that bad ,good time and trap speed , probably 12,4-5 at the 1/4 mile at 112,x ....
Sorry guess I should add that
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That is awesome! This will be my setup here soon except I will have the swirl flap deletes as well and a full racepipe for the egr delete. I'm hoping to make the car run high 11's with water/meth and some good tires!
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Thank you for add the information.
114+ mph car with the right DA , what l always thought with the stock turbos , the tune its good
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I don't know how Ryan does it. I switched over from another mainstream tuner and it's completely changed the way my x5d drives. The power comes on instantly unlike with the other tune where it would feel like it's slowly building up power over the the rpm range. I've been running xdelete since the beginning of summer and now I'm considering going back to xdrive as the rears (315) keep breaking loose. Even when changing lanes I find myself not even switching into S on the trans to get that extra passing power. I'll share more as I put more KMs on
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I don't know how Ryan does it. I switched over from another mainstream tuner and it's completely changed the way my x5d drives. The power comes on instantly unlike with the other tune where it would feel like it's slowly building up power over the the rpm range. I've been running xdelete since the beginning of summer and now I'm considering going back to xdrive as the rears (315) keep breaking loose. Even when changing lanes I find myself not even switching into S on the trans to get that extra passing power. I'll share more as I put more KMs on
Great to hear! Just picked up an x5 35d and Ryan's been on me about deleting it so he can tune it. Can't wait to delete. Have you seen any adverse effects running your x5 in rwd only? Difference in fuel mileage?
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nope. I was running it in sport mode which kept the front differential active but hardly any load on it. you can check out their website on the different options they offer. fuel milage didn't change much as I have a heavy right foot
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Sweet, already downloaded the app! I'll be trying it out very soon. Mine is stock for now so I'm not aggressive like I am in my deleted 335d so it should be a nice addition for the situations where awd isn't needed for a bump in fuel mileage. Anyways, enjoy that BRR tuned 35d
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I don't know how Ryan does it. I switched over from another mainstream tuner and it's completely changed the way my x5d drives. The power comes on instantly unlike with the other tune where it would feel like it's slowly building up power over the the rpm range. I've been running xdelete since the beginning of summer and now I'm considering going back to xdrive as the rears (315) keep breaking loose. Even when changing lanes I find myself not even switching into S on the trans to get that extra passing power. I'll share more as I put more KMs on
I may need to try xdelete, sounds fun. I would love to take the X5 to the strip but my biggest fear is that transfer case breaking with all that torque if I launch it.
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Sweet, already downloaded the app! I'll be trying it out very soon. Mine is stock for now so I'm not aggressive like I am in my deleted 335d so it should be a nice addition for the situations where awd isn't needed for a bump in fuel mileage. Anyways, enjoy that BRR tuned 35d
Delete that X5 ASAP! you'll be driving a whole new car when you do.
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Sweet, already downloaded the app! I'll be trying it out very soon. Mine is stock for now so I'm not aggressive like I am in my deleted 335d so it should be a nice addition for the situations where awd isn't needed for a bump in fuel mileage. Anyways, enjoy that BRR tuned 35d
Delete that X5 ASAP! you'll be driving a whole new car when you do.
Haha you sound like Ryan

I will definitely be doing deletes soon. But coil overs for the 335d comes first then deletes will be following soon after.

Also I got the xdelete installed already have It set to "off" which is rwd mode and it drives fantastic feels a bit lighter on it's feet. Definitely something I'd use for towing, I think I can pick up an mpg with it, and hopefully prolong the life of the transfer case, driveshaft, cv joints, etc. For the drag strip the "sport" mode might be a good option for you which would take the awd which I think is 40% front, 60% rear and make it more like 20% front and 80% rear.
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I know a few that are already tuned are secretly wondering just how good this tune is compared to their current tune. Maybe a try and buy program would get some more people to switch? I have no complaints with the current tune, but if the difference is that drastic there are probably a few that won't mind tossing their $1K+ tunes for sleeper's. I'd be glad to compare and even have access to a dyno, but it would be hard for me to justify spending more money based on hearsay....just a thought
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You are the main reason, I am intrigued, so there is that coupled with sleeper's rep. I understand you and Sunny were experiencing drivability issues, but I'm not there yet .
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Ok guys I stopped by Ryan's to drop off my bumper and cowl and I seen a red and white 335d.
Anybody from here?
Mine is the smacked out black one inside...
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Mine is the smacked out black one inside...
White one belongs to him and red one I believe belongs to ASBSECU E93
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That is awesome! This will be my setup here soon except I will have the swirl flap deletes as well and a full racepipe for the egr delete. I'm hoping to make the car run high 11's with water/meth and some good tires!
I do have swirl flap deletes as well but don't exactly consider that a performance mod so I left it out, I wanna see someone get a high 11 diesel only. Haha I might be a dreamer but that would be freaking awesome

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Thank you for add the information.
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And all that with a valve cover gasket leaking boost and fuel rail pressure that was 3000 psi low. This tune is a beast.
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Just got back from a 900km+ trip in the mountains to a small town in BC (Osoyoos) and I really noticed a difference between the old JR 2.8 tune and now the BRR tune in the mountains. When I went on another trip last month the x5 was okay in the mountains with JR's tune. I would have to press the accelerator a lot harder and longer to get the power to build up. Now with the BRR tune even when I'm in 6th gear going up the mountains the x5 moves effortlessly. Even when going 140kph the x5 pulled like a beast. As soon as I want passing power or to gun it for fun in the boonies the power is instant and it moves the x5 without missing a beat. With JR it would feel like it's trying it's hardest to produce power but it was never there
When in town the difference is the same. The power is instant without the lagging feeling I would experience with the JR tune. It's hard to imagine how swapping tunes can change the drivability of the X5d just like that.


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i am also a contact for him!

i delete and work on the 335/x5 D's in the Houston area. i have driven the dudmd and the JR2.8 tuned 335's and BRR has a one up on his tunes!
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i delete and work on the 335/x5 D's in the Houston area. i have driven the dudmd and the JR2.8 tuned 335's and BRR has a one up on his tunes!
I recently purchased a 2011 335d, would like to talk to you about getting my car tuned. I have a project in Spring that I visit weekly.
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