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    Thumbs up HPF Endorses Pro EFI on All Their BMW Turbo Systems

    holy poop look at this: HPF Endorses Pro EFI on All Their BMW Turbo Systems
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by TwinturboM3
    I bang the chickens on my farm 60-130 times a day.
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    There we go.

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    Ill probably make the switch next winter.. I gotta talk to Hpf,jason@proefi and maxpsi.. Im done shipping my car across country.. Thats 2k and up each time... MaxPsi and NickG tuning FTW.. Ill be talking to them soon.. I might have them do my suspension so we can talk about the future of my car(tuning wise)

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BattaM3 Click here to enlarge
    Ill probably make the switch next winter.. I gotta talk to Hpf,jason@proefi and maxpsi.. Im done shipping my car across country.. Thats 2k and up each time... MaxPsi and NickG tuning FTW.. Ill be talking to them soon.. I might have them do my suspension so we can talk about the future of my car(tuning wise)
    I wonder if you could get the stock DME tuning with HPF hardware, as in if they would be willing to do that?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I wonder if you could get the stock DME tuning with HPF hardware, as in if they would be willing to do that?
    The OEM DME was never designed for use with a boosted engine. It doesn't even have the channels to control boost etc.. I honestly don't see DME tuning for anything other than low boost builds. I hope people are not getting overly excited about this only to be let down.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ccsykes Click here to enlarge
    The OEM DME was never designed for use with a boosted engine. It doesn't even have the channels to control boost etc.. I honestly don't see DME tuning for anything other than low boost builds. I hope people are not getting overly excited about this only to be let down.
    How does the E36 DME cope with boost then? Or these Japanese DME's never designed for boost but once they get full control they can tune for it?

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    Im going to talk to mike about that.. I think id rather have proefi and a bunch of different maps.. My Aem unit has been working fine... This is last on my list. im getting my car back to mint!! new suspension,exterior,interior and new wheels then it will be NEW tuning time

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    I could careless about oem dme tuning to be honest.. It awesome what MaxPsi is doing but its mostly hpf haters that are getting excited!!

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    I want to know more details...!!!!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BattaM3 Click here to enlarge
    I could careless about oem dme tuning to be honest.. It awesome what MaxPsi is doing but its mostly hpf haters that are getting excited!!
    I understand that I'm just wondering if they would offer it or do it.

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    Ooo yeah this is gonna be soo good!!!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ccsykes Click here to enlarge
    The OEM DME was never designed for use with a boosted engine. It doesn't even have the channels to control boost etc.. I honestly don't see DME tuning for anything other than low boost builds. I hope people are not getting overly excited about this only to be let down.
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    What does the factory ECU not do that would keep it from working with high boosted applications?


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    Also - wtf? This is not a good way to introduce the ProEFI system.... ghetto ballast resistors and external ignition modules? What are they thinking? The point is that the setup is supposed to be better than the AEM... now they've got resistors (slowing down injector response time) and external ignitors (just waiting to fail...) - what in the hell?


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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 5mall5nail5 Click here to enlarge
    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...f_wutJPG-1.jpg


    Also - wtf? This is not a good way to introduce the ProEFI system.... ghetto ballast resistors and external ignition modules? What are they thinking? The point is that the setup is supposed to be better than the AEM... now they've got resistors (slowing down injector response time) and external ignitors (just waiting to fail...) - what in the hell?
    Is this the "HPF version" of the Pro-EFI?

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    I never had a bosch ignitor fail on me...they were usually very solid in operation. 3 years of straight track use which is much more violent than street driving and never had one issue.

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    ProEFI does have some very nice stuff, albeit very pricey.
    whats the difference between a ginger and a shoe.........shoes have soles

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    Not pricey compared to other Ecu.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ScrotieMcBoogerBalls Click here to enlarge
    ProEFI does have some very nice stuff, albeit very pricey.
    For what you get I compared to some of the higher end systems out there, I think it's a good value.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BattaM3 Click here to enlarge
    Not pricey compared to other Ecu.
    the AEM standalone? The AEM standalone was just pricey because it was HPF properiety software. The tune itself is cheap if you order direct from AEM and know how to splice some wires.
    whats the difference between a ginger and a shoe.........shoes have soles

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    For what you get I compared to some of the higher end systems out there, I think it's a good value.
    yes, it is a good value. I am even using it now, ro will soon.
    It is certainly better then AEM
    whats the difference between a ginger and a shoe.........shoes have soles

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    I think this is a good piggyback solution for street cars at the right price; hopefully they won't have the QC problems that plagued the AEM. Still waiting to hear from them on their standalone units.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Apex Speed Technology Click here to enlarge
    I think this is a good piggyback solution for street cars at the right price; hopefully they won't have the QC problems that plagued the AEM. Still waiting to hear from them on their standalone units.

    -Neel
    I think we all agree it is a necessary and large step up from the AEM.

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