03-09-2013, 09:32 PM #26
Very cool. Not sure I saw it but a mention of the flash option for BMS and Vishnu for additional fueling for larger turbos, and/or methanol. Vishnu is ship you ECU, BMS is flash at home but with need for Cobb Accessport.Rob Beck Turbos, PROcede Rev. 3, Procede Fueling Flash (via OpenFlash Tablet), PPS Methanol System (DO12/Aquamist Flow Sensor), DCI, Quaife LSD, BMW Performance Suspension, Autobahn Exotics Exhaust, Helix FMIC, AR Design Downpipes, BSH Catch Can, Forge Diverter Valves, P3cars Vent Boost Gauge, Alufelgen CSL Reps, Lux 5.1 H8 Angel Eyes, HPB HID Fogs, LTBMW M3 Side Skirts, BMW M3 Rear Spoiler, BMW Front Aero Lip, BMW Pedal Kit, BMW M Shift Knob, Autotecknic Matte Black Grilles.
03-09-2013, 11:38 PM #27
IMO, they are all great but the key differences are:
- The extra features (2-step, gauges, etc.) of the piggy backs (JB, Procede)
- The expanded logging and ease of installation (zero install) of the Cobb
- The fully tunable feature of the Procede and Cobb
- The advanced auto-tuning of the JB4 (and to some extent, the same in the older Procede maps) is nice as well, albeit not as distinguishing as the prior points.
Those are the key differences that should be called-out IMO.Change is constant
03-10-2013, 02:08 PM #28
03-10-2013, 06:49 PM #29
No, I am agreeing that Cobb is fully tunable as is the Procede (2D OL fuel, ignition, AFR target plus 1D boost). AFAIK, JB4 does not have that (1D adjustments are not what I'm talking about) which is the significant different (and it's main relatice shortcoming to its peers).Change is constant
03-12-2013, 07:37 AM #30
03-12-2013, 07:41 AM #31