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    Man, if I could only rob a truckload of these...

    Man, if I could only rob a truckload of these with PSUs to match and I would be mining lite/bitcoins all day long.
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    Unless the throttle to load tables were exposed...

    Unless the throttle to load tables were exposed in the xdf file in the past year, there is no way to change the throttle mapping like you can in ATP/ATR.
  3. You're less likely to have the flatlining issue...

    You're less likely to have the flatlining issue than IJE0S. So your experience doesn't apply to those who really have the issue,
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    I can actually explain this. The BT flash does...

    I can actually explain this.

    The BT flash does not have throttle mapping defined, hence it uses the stock throttle mapping, which with the richer AFRs given pedal position, causes greater fuel...
  5. JStang arent you I8A0S?

    JStang arent you I8A0S?
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    Lol, I am still using the same DevilsOwn pump...

    Lol, I am still using the same DevilsOwn pump from 2009, only parts that need replacing were the nozzle holders and solenoid. I must've had a Monday pump.
  7. Thread: BMW M2

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    F22/F23: admittedly, I never sat in a 2-series of any kind...

    admittedly, I never sat in a 2-series of any kind so I have nothing to compare to. But I didn't have any issues with the 135i which should be smaller than the 2er.
  8. Thread: BMW M2

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    F22/F23: Shrug, I had a 135i i'm about 5'10 180. I fit...

    Shrug, I had a 135i i'm about 5'10 180. I fit just fine in the car. I think Laloosh fit just fine in his 135i as well and he's about 6'4.
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    my guess would be the DMTL pump.

    my guess would be the DMTL pump.
  10. Just for reference, when I upgraded my turbos all...

    Just for reference, when I upgraded my turbos all I did was fresh oil and coolant, new plugs and removed OCC. car had 32k miles on it. I suppose for older cars better safe than sorry but think it's...
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    N55: He already said that he teed in a boost gauge to...

    He already said that he teed in a boost gauge to measure vacuum post-solenoid. Not sure what else he can do to confirm the JB4 is doing what it should. N55 is quite a bit limited in terms of tuning...
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    N55: 100% PWM = 23" vacuum. I've been using JB...

    100% PWM = 23" vacuum. I've been using JB products long enough to know if PWM is at 100% it's at full vacuum.

    Can the wastegate rod be manually adjusted on the N55 like on the N54?
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    N55: Speaking from a purely neutral point of view, it...

    Speaking from a purely neutral point of view, it sounds like the turbo does flow better but you're bottlenecked by the electronically controlled wastegate. If that's the case I am unsure what can...
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    i like boobies.

    i like boobies.
  15. What is a realistic ETA on the Black Friday...

    What is a realistic ETA on the Black Friday orders? 2 months? 6 months?
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    Sigh, if you drain your battery to the point that...

    Sigh, if you drain your battery to the point that a write cycle cannot happen, disconnect negative terminal from battery, wait 5 seconds, reconnect, connect 40-50A battery charger, try again. It's a...
  17. no protune can fix the timing issue on 6AT IJE0S....

    no protune can fix the timing issue on 6AT IJE0S. stop fighting it, enjoy it
  18. Plenty of users run the flash/jb4 combo and do...

    Plenty of users run the flash/jb4 combo and do extremely well. It's worth it.
  19. That is almost precisely what the stack does....

    That is almost precisely what the stack does. Does a little bias but if your trims check out then the JB4 serves as a de facto boost controller.
  20. Thread: Tire advice

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    agreed, there's a break-in of about 500-750 miles...

    agreed, there's a break-in of about 500-750 miles on even the DWS but once they're broken in they hook awesome. I cut a 1.88 60ft in DS in 45 degree weather with those tires. My rear tires also went...
  21. Thread: Tire advice

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    Laloosh had those on his 135i he absolutely hated...

    Laloosh had those on his 135i he absolutely hated them. Sidewall is pretty stiff though. You could do a 30 second burnout on those tires and they simply will not hook.
  22. You can't put an MSD80 into a car that comes with...

    You can't put an MSD80 into a car that comes with MSD81 from the factory.

    I would "prefer" to be flash only as well, but the JB4/Cobb Stack works fantastic. Terry@BMS did some dyno testing on how...
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    #1 . You cannot throw an MSD80 into a late model N54.
    #2 . Unless Cobb has TCU access, you won't fix the flatlining flash only. You can improve it but still not as good as the flash/piggy combo.
  24. Thread: Tire advice

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    DWS suck for road course duty because of the soft...

    DWS suck for road course duty because of the soft sidewall, but they hook damn well no matter the temperature. For the N54 guys, straight line traction is most important.
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    BT flash annoyed me too, so I bought a used cobb...

    BT flash annoyed me too, so I bought a used cobb V2 to load the flash, no more problems.
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