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    Wagner evo2 FMIC

    Ordered these so patiently waiting. Wasn't cheap but importing a helix fmic from the US would cost a lot more with delivery and customs tax. Anyone tried these out? Look promising!

    http://www.wagner-tuning.co.uk/bmw-1...r-kit-48-p.asp

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    FWIW many of our Euro customers run the Wagner FMIC and it looks like a good performing unit. At the end of the day any aftermarket FMIC will be way better than stock, just some are better than others. I just switched from a Big Tom (KL Racing) FMIC to a Cobb FMIC and see a noticeable improvement in IAT control.
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    Diesel guys run it, they like it. If it's easier for you to get due to location I don't see any cons.

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    I've been looking at this one, it looks like a nice piece!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno@PTF Click here to enlarge
    FWIW many of our Euro customers run the Wagner FMIC and it looks like a good performing unit. At the end of the day any aftermarket FMIC will be way better than stock, just some are better than others. I just switched from a Big Tom (KL Racing) FMIC to a Cobb FMIC and see a noticeable improvement in IAT control.
    What kind of a difference are you seeing in WGDC?
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    Don't have a direct comparison on wgdc as turbos changed since then
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    Il be posting a review up soon, just waiting for all parts to arrive. They seem to have fixed the couplers on the car which a lot of people weren't happy about and improved the core size. You guys are literally spoilt for choice when it comes to tuning the N54. In the uk everything has to be shipped!

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    I ordered one of these 2 years ago, and have used it since.
    Nice FMIC.
    Introduces some lag, so a tune with lag compensation is highly recommended.
    Here is my thread from the time, including a DIY
    The European other option is a Forge FMIC, and that one is much more expensive.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DavidV Click here to enlarge
    I ordered one of these 2 years ago, and have used it since.
    Nice FMIC.
    Introduces some lag, so a tune with lag compensation is highly recommended.
    Here is my thread from the time, including a DIY
    The European other option is a Forge FMIC, and that one is much more expensive.
    Yes the other option was forge but heard good things about the EVO1 which you had installed. Looking at the EVO2 with bar and plate design and getting rid of so called bottle neck couplers and increased core size sold it for me. Just hoping not too much lag will be induced.

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