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    Snertz has just uploaded COBB : IKB0S 1M 50/50 E85/93 (E48) FBO Aggressive map!

    Snertz has just uploaded COBB : IKB0S 1M 50/50 E85/93 (E48) FBO Aggressive map!

    Attached is my Cobb 50/50

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    Thanks! Working on getting a BT cable so I can pull the stock 1M BIN
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    @Snertz
    Thank you for this. Can you get a screen shot of the VANOS tables for this tune. I can't open your file in ATR. I'd like to copy the intake and exhaust VANOS.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by boom Click here to enlarge
    @Snrtz
    Thank you for this. Can you get a screen shot of the VANOS tables for this tune. I can't open your file in ATR. I'd like to copy the intake and exhaust VANOS.
    Thank you again.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by boom Click here to enlarge
    @Snertz
    Thank you for this. Can you get a screen shot of the VANOS tables for this tune. I can't open your file in ATR. I'd like to copy the intake and exhaust VANOS.
    Thank you again.
    Sure thing, here you go, click to enlarge :

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    AWESOME! Thank you.

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    Cobb maps are only if you own a Cobb tuner correct?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SLV335I Click here to enlarge
    Cobb maps are only if you own a Cobb tuner correct?
    Yep. You could borrow some table data to use in tunerpro but some things work differently on cobb than in the OEM DME. Without understanding the whole picture i would caution anyone from simply doing a copy & paste of things like timing and vanos (vanos effects timing).
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    @lulz_m3
    The VANOS tables are significantly different in the Intake and Exhaust Warm Moving and Spool tables. Everything else is the same. I was planning to load them in my car but your timing comment has me a little spooked. I don't want to smack a valve or six because my 335i timing isn't consistent with the 1M setup. Thoughts?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by boom Click here to enlarge
    @lulz_m3
    The VANOS tables are significantly different in the Intake and Exhaust Warm Moving and Spool tables. Everything else is the same. I was planning to load them in my car but your timing comment has me a little spooked. I don't want to smack a valve or six because my 335i timing isn't consistent with the 1M setup. Thoughts?
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    You don't need to be concerned about piston to valve clearance, rather your ignition advance being too aggressive. You could swap over the VANOS tables, but don't use your existing ignition map - start conservative and methodically rework your timing targets.
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