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    Increased emissions light again

    Smoke test the inlet system. That would be my first port of call. A small intake leak can cause this. Have a ring round the local garages to see if they can smoke test, or failing that I can do it but I’m a bit of a road trip away!
  2. Hi guys As of today, all of the Fxx series cars can be tuned through the diagnostic port! This now covers diesel and petrol, and includes the twin ECU models (M5 for example). This means our price for both have come down massively subject to original files being available on our database. Prices and power increases for stage 1 tuning are below. We can also offer stage 2 and 3 tuning with the associated modifications. Prices are on request for stage 2 and 3 due to the sheer quantity of parts that vary between models. We can also offer additional options such as crackle on the over-run, launch control (on supported models) and hard cut limiter on diesels. These are charged as individual options - should you require an option on your quote, just let me know. The OBD writing on these is subject to an original file being available on our database. If no file is available, we can still work on your car, but in some instances the ECU will have to be removed and a hole may have to be drilled for access inside the casing. We use a specialist drilling jig for this, so your ECU is in safe hands. However the price will change with this. ECUs that require drilling cost £372 inc. VAT (excluding the twin ECU models such as M5/M6) due to the much greater risk involved with working on them. We will always give you the option of backing out at this point before we begin drilling the ECU. Unfortunately there is no way of telling if there's a standard file available until we plug the car in. Our tuning software is also invisible to a BMW dealer. The car will pass the CVN check, and the flash counter will not increase. I must reiterate here that the software is invisible. If we have had to drill the access hole in your ECU(s) there is a chance that a dealer will remove the ECU to inspect it if they suspect the vehicle has been tuned. Whilst we can and do insert a blanking plug into the hole, it is still obvious the ECU has been drilled. This will void your warranty. If your car can be programmed through the diagnostic port, there is nothing to worry about. Performance dial scales are adjusted free of charge to reflect your increase in power. Feel free to ask all of your questions in this thread. The prices below include the forum discount for stage 1 tuning. RRP without the discount for this forum is also included. If your file is not on the original file database (as I said previously there is no way of checking if your software version is available for OBD write without having the car here) the prices have been added in below. Petrols BMW 520i 184BHP/270Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 260BHP/420Nm. 41% BHP and 56% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing. An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU. BMW 523i 204BHP/270Nm - N53 engine - Stage 1 tuning @ 265BHP/315Nm. 30% BHP and 17% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing. BMW 525i 218BHP/270Nm - N53 engine - Stage 1 tuning @ 265BHP/315Nm. 22% BHP and 17% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing. BMW 528i 245BHP/350Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 280BHP/430Nm. 14% BHP and 23% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing. An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU. BMW 530i 272BHP/320Nm - N53 engine - Stage 1 tuning @ 290BHP/340Nm. 7% BHP and 6% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing. BMW 535i 306BHP/400Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 370BHP/550Nm. 21% BHP and 38% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing. Please allow plenty of time should this ECU need to be worked on on the bench. The inlet manifold must be removed. BMW 550i 407BHP/600Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 470BHP/700Nm. 15% BHP and 17% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing. Water cooled single ECU. BMW 550i 449BHP/650Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 540BHP/780Nm. 20% BHP and 20% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £600 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing. Water cooled master and slave twin ECU setup. Both ECUs require removing and drilling. BMW M5 (including Competition 575BHP and 30 Jahre Edition 600BHP models) 560BHP/680Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 680BHP/850Nm. 21% BHP and 25% torque increase. £330 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £396 inc. VAT for OBD write. £600 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing. Water cooled master and slave twin ECU setup. Both ECUs require removing and drilling. Diesels BMW 518D 136BHP/360Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 220BHP/440Nm. 62% BHP and 22% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C50 ECU. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C41 ECU (5 plug). An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU. BMW 518D 143BHP/360Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 220BHP/440Nm. 54% BHP and 22% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C50 ECU. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C41 ECU (5 plug). An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU. BMW 518D 150BHP/360Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 220BHP/440Nm. 47% BHP and 22% toruqe increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C50 ECU. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C41 ECU (5 plug). An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU. BMW 520D 163BHP/380Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 220BHP/440Nm. 35% BHP and 16% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C50 ECU. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C41 ECU (5 plug). An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU. BMW 520D 184BHP/380Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 220BHP/440Nm. 20% BHP and 16% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C50 ECU. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C41 ECU (5 plug). An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU. BMW 520D 190BHP/400Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 220BHP/440Nm. 16% BHP and 10% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C50 ECU. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C41 ECU (5 plug). An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU. BMW 520D 200BHP/420Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 220BHP/440Nm. 10% BHP and 5% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C50 ECU. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C41 ECU (5 plug). An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU. BMW 525D 204BHP/450Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 300BHP/620Nm. 47% BHP and 36% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C09 ECU. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 CP45 ECU. An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU. BMW 525D 218BHP/450Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 270BHP/500Nm. 24% BHP and 11% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 CP45 ECU. An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU. BMW 530D 245BHP/540Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 300BHP/620Nm. 22% BHP and 15% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C09 ECU. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 CP45 ECU. An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU. BMW 530D 258BHP/560Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 310BHP/650Nm. 20% BHP and 16% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £312 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 C56 ECU. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 CP45 ECU. An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU. BMW 535D 306BHP/600Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 350BHP/700Nm. 15% BHP and 17% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 CP45 ECU. An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU. BMW 535D 313BHP/630Nm - Stage 1 tuning @ 380BHP/730Nm. 21% BHP and 16% torque increase. £228 inc. VAT to BMW5. RRP £276 inc. VAT for OBD write. £372 inc. VAT for bench reading and writing on EDC17 CP45 ECU. An access hole will be drilled in the casing on this ECU.
  3. Hi guys, Well I've never done a project thread before so sorry if this doesn't follow the usual way of doing things! I bought the car August 2016 as a cat D write off (oh what a giggle this turned out to be) for £6250 with 120k on it. The car itself looked good. It had some crap pre-LCI headlights in it where the loom had obviously been chopped to make them work, but the panels lined up well, there were no knocks or bangs and a look underneath revealed all new suspension arms etc on the drivers side. We took it out for a test drive and it pulled well, the engine sounded relatively healthy, if not a little tappy. There was a little bit of a whine from the small turbo but I knew they weren't the strongest so didn't worry about that. And the airbag warning light was on so I plugged my scanner in and it was for the drivers side belt tensioner. I haggled the seller down from his £7k asking price and drove it away that night after driving down from near Chester to Birmingham to look at it. I followed my then business partner back in his 635D which it kept up with no problem, there was a judder from the front when the brakes were hot, but that was it. It cruised home up the M6 with nothing noteworthy other than 2 knackered numberplate bulbs and the boot release handle didn't work, but was fine on the key and the button in the car. I gave it a wash the next day and ordered a new belt tensioner. That got fitted and the light cleared. Woo no more issues! No. Because I was off work ill, I ended up chucking it into a local garage to sort out the brakes. No problem, new calipers on the front along with new discs and new pads. New discs and pads went on the back too. I hoped this would've been the last of the brake problems but oh no! Comes to that later! About a week later it put the DPF warning light on. A quick check showed it was getting up to temperature no problem so it went on the ramp in work and we saw the intercooler was leaking quite badly on the drivers side. I assume a second hand cooler had been fitted after the smash. Weill it would be rude not to do a DPF modification whilst in there wouldn't it. Wagner Tuning intercooler and DPF delete pipe ordered. These were fitted and the car was then mapped to stage 2. I did this for a living at the time and with it being my own car, I stuck on our stage 2 tune that is usually reserved for cars under 100,000 miles due to wear and tear. Boost up to 2.4bar and 1740bar max rail pressure amongst other tweaks. Above 100,000 we usually go for max boost 2.1bar and 1700bar max rail pressure depending on the condition and what the owner tells us. The car rolled 296BHP/413ftlbs with the DPF out, and 404BHP/550ftlbs on the stage 2. The EGR was mapped shut at the same time. I'd ordered other odds and sods in this time. New side repeaters with LEDs in to get rid of the knackered standard ones that were all faded. New M badges for the wheels and new boot and bonnet emblems in black and white. The suspension also got a full refresh at the time. New shocks and Eibach springs all round. The standard CCC was rough when I got it - it wouldn't respond to the wheel in the middle and started to get worse so a full CIC kit was ordered from Latvia and fitted in. It was nice having working sat nav again! I lived with it as it was for a couple of months, just doing oil changes every 5k miles and a gearbox fluid change. The rattling was getting much worse, on start up so I was really beginning to suspect the chain tensioner and the small turbo was getting more and more whiney. I left it at a trusted garage I do work for for them to look at and they also suspected chain. No problem I'll get it booked in and sort it out in the next few weeks or so. And look at the brakes again. There was a vibration when the brakes were hot. On leaving the car park, the brakes failed! The pedal went rock hard and no amount of pressure would stop the car. Luckily I only bumped up a kerb at the back reversing it when they failed. The garage stripped the car down to look at the servo... Which had a MASSIVE dent in the bottom of it. We assume from the drivers wheel hitting it when it was in its smash. Nice to know it was fixed properly. A brake servo was ordered and they went through the car with a fine tooth comb for me. This was not the garage that had fitted the front brakes the first time round, and they found one of the bleed screws loose on the passenger side which had dripped fluid down onto the rim and eaten the paint. Unreal. Anyway that got sorted out with the new servo and a 4 wheel alignment. Next job was the chain and the turbos. The car was booked in and left with the garage I use. The turbos were removed and both sent away for conversion to hybrid spec. The engine was then stripped down, chain replaced and quite a few ancillary parts were done at the same time such as water pump, swirl flaps removed, new tappets etc. Everything that could be done easily without taking the engine to bits. 3 weeks from start to finish including the turn around time for the turbos. I was delighted to have it back. This is how it looked in the mean time whilst being worked on. I gave the car a few weeks to bed in the turbos before mapping to stage 3. After that I was onto my contact in the Netherlands that did some of my files for their stage 3 with small hybrids. This took boost up to 2.7bar. The difference was immediate. Despite not gaining as much in BHP as I was hoping, the MASSIVE dollop of extra torque really throws it down the road. It just pulls and pulls and pulls. The rolling road result was 420BHP and 606ftlbs. Somewhat more than what the gearbox was rated for but it seems to be handling it fine. The fuel will be wound up more when I install methanol in the future. Ideally I'd like to change the big turbo again to allow me to run 3.0bar boost in the future and fit the R90 fuel pump that'll allow more fuel through whilst sustaining higher pressures. This combined with methanol injection should result in around 500BHP/630-640ftlbs at the crank. I wouldn't want to go much higher than this without beefing up the gearbox and the bottom end of the engine. As it stands it's still the untouched original bottom end and top end. As it stands, the car has run in this configuration for the past 6 months with no issues at all. I have also put on the xHP Stage 3 gearbox flash which has made a massive difference to the car and how it drives. Gear changes are now instant, and sport mode is almost vigorous - it slams into the next gear and just pulls instantly. No delay. It has become apparent however that it needs better brakes. It is VERY easy to get up to naughty speeds in it VERY quickly. Which then means having to stop too. Which is OK for the first few goes but after that the brakes are seriously hot. M5 discs have arrived in preparation for a future upgrade at some point when I find some calipers and get them rebuilt. More in part 2!
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    Silly mistakes that resulted in lots of swearing

    Talking from experience, the other way you can mess this one up is smash a screwdriver through said oil filter, spin it off and the go to fit the new one to find out it’s the wrong one. And you no longer have a vehicle to drive to the parts place to swap it.
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    Anyone used ecotune?

    350-400BHP is easily possible with a turbo. A fuel pump would more than likely be needed for the higher end of that scale though if your car has the R70 pump as standard which most do. R90 from a pre-LCI 535D is a relatively easy upgrade. The Wagner Tuning DPF and Intercooler lit is good value. It seems expensive but the fit is perfect, I’ve never known an intercooler to fail and the downpipe is well made. Good quality welds and steel.
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    Re Mapping G31/G32

    Apologies for the delay replying I thought I had post notifications on this thread! In respect to power on top, yes, we are limited in what we can do with how stretched the engine is to begin with. Big gains are hard to make on the higher tuned 4 pot diesels when they're all very similar engines to begin with. Yes tools are now becoming available for it. It'll filter down more and more eventually as other tool manufacturers crack it. We are hanging fire for the minute due to long wait times from the tool manufacturer. We've been told an estimated 20 week wait time between order and delivery, I am talking with our current tool manufacturers at the moment to see what their progress is on MD1 and MG1. If they have something in the pipeline already that will allow us to jump the queue (effectively) we will be able to offer at an even more reduced price. I'll keep in touch, and I have turned on post notifications for this thread!
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    A cool E36 .........

    That would be the man yes.
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    F11 530D Tuning options

    Thank you very much for the feedback
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    Coding

    Get yourself a cable and I can show you how to do that over Teamviewer. Once you've picked up the basics it's easy to learn where to go on your own.
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    Re Mapping G31/G32

    Yes it will. Gains wise I'd like to say in the region of the 30-40BHP range on the 520D. In regards to visiting the dealer, the remap can be hidden in the engine ECU in the same way it is done on the Fxx cars - the CVN (a calibration number for the engine map that will change if any software changes are made) is locked so it will match the standard engine tune. However that does not mean other ECUs will not log higher torque loads, acceleration loads etc. From a quick plug in as it stands BMW won't be able to tell it has been tuned, however if they want to dig deeper (for example start logging data and look for peak outputs from the driveline where they will see higher than standard torque for example) they will be able to find it. It would be best to take it as it's hard but not impossible for them to find, and it will cause you warranty issues if they do. The torque converter isn't weak as such, it's on the specified limit by ZF from the factory. They state 500Nm max engine torque in a petrol which is bang on what the 540i knocks out, however the boxes and torque converters can and already have been taking well over the standard output in a variety of cars for a long time. The 8HP45 used in the 1 series and 2 series with the 35i engine certainly doesn't struggle.
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    The new project and not a 5! - 2006 E65 730D

    It was a pleasure to meet you!
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    Re Mapping G31/G32

    *bump* There is a lead time on the tool and the production runs are limited on the tool which launched at midnight yesterday, but we are now looking at buying one should there be enough interest. As I'm sure you can imagine it's quite a large investment for us so we'd need to confirm some interest first. We'd like to get 10 names confirmed that would be inclined to go ahead with a remap. This will cover Gxx chassis and Fxx chassis cars (140i for example) with MD1 and MG1 ECUs. I was in contact with a guy I work with in Luxemburg today who started work immediately on a stage 1 and 2 for the 140i. ECU - MG1CS003 Standard - 340BHP/500Nm Stage 1 - 400BHP/580Nm Stage 2 - 420BHP/620Nm If you're interested, please put your name down on the list. Edit - we're looking at a ballpark figure of £600 INC.VAT for tuning, just as a point of reference for people. 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 -
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    What's being worked on today?

    I tend to keep a photo diary of every ECU that gets mapped and I thought it might be nice just to have somewhere to post them so people can see what I get up to! Today we have.... An Iveco Daily that has been mapped in the past very poorly, lots of smoke under load and plenty missed in the map. It had also been re-sealed with bathroom sealant! And I've also got a 330D LCI 241BHP ECU here being done by post. This will produce about 310BHP mapped with speed limiter delete.
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    What's being worked on today?

    *bump* We get asked an awful lot of questions regarding economy increases in tuned engines. More specifically diesels doing big mileage, so I've got some information from a car taken at random from the car park, and worked out some sums on it after chatting to the owner. The car in question is a long wheel base Jaguar XJ. 2015 reg with the 3.0 diesel engine. Now remaps can have a big effect on fuel economy. Depending on how they're driven, for better or for worse. If you're using all of your new extra power post remap, you won't see the increase. When driven sensibly, for long distance cruising for example, you should do. This car does a lot of miles, the owner works for a printing company and the car spends a lot of its life on the motorway. He estimates around 40,000 miles per year. So 40,000 miles, at an average of 45MPG with the average diesel price around here being 131.9ppl works out at £5330 per year in fuel, or just over £440 per month. A stage 1 remap when driven sensibly in a diesel generally causes around a 10-15% decrease in fuel consumption. This is a big heavy car that spends lots of its life cruising, so we'll go with an in the middle figure at 12% saving. This takes the average consumption to 50.4MPG. If we work that out again, that same 40,000 miles post remap will come in at £4758 or a fraction over £396 per month. A saving of £572 over the year, or the best part of £50 per month. The remap can be programmed through the OBD port, so would cost the customer £276 inc. VAT. In just over 5 months the remap will have paid for itself in fuel savings.
  15. I was really confused as to what a rear bra was, I'm almost disappointed. We have a workshop runaround - a 55 plate Mondeo ST diesel with intergalactic miles on but it just keeps going. No matter how much abuse, on the limiter from cold, you name it it just takes it and keeps on going without complaining. I was staying late Thursday night last week so thought I know I'll give the Mondeo a wash, it's been that long it's matt silver not metallic anymore. I got as far as spraying it in TFR and the heavens opened. It was the first rain in about a month and it was bouncing off the floor it was that heavy. It got a wipe round with the soapy water and then left in the rain to rinse off.
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    N54 twin turbo conversion project

    Wonderful project! I don't think I've heard of any others being done in the UK previously either. Are you upgrading anything whilst you're in there or literally just putting the standard engine in?
  17. It sounds like the sump gasket or the connector at the electrical connector (name escapes me) if you have a leak from the gearbox. If it's low on fluid because of the leak that way well be causing your issues. Again not guaranteed but it does fit the bill. The correct level is imperative on these. If you think it's leaking fluid get it looked at sooner rather than later. In regards to them pulling away in second, they will SOMETIMES. There are maps built in to the gearbox ECU that recognize situations like traffic jams and stop start traffic when it's go and stop all of the time. In this instance if the car thinks you're in a jam or stop start traffic, it'll pull away in second to give a smoother drive. It will also pull away in second in some other situations, but for the vast majority of the time it'll pull away in first gear.
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    A cool E36 .........

    Having met the guy that owns it and organizes the Vanity BMW show, you've hit the nail on the head. When you see the thing in real life, it's very well put together and if I remember right (it's nearly 2 years since I've seen it) it's on air ride. Not permanently that low.
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    What did you do to your F07/F10/F11 today?

    Whilst it doesn't completely solve the issue with dragging the wheel over the stud, H&R make stud conversion kits for BMW. No more bolts - MUCH easier taking wheels on and off!
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    Ecs tuning, bavauto

    I've yet to deal with Bavauto (but I've heard nothing but good things) but I have dealt with ECS Tuning and they've always been very helpful. It might be worth giving them a call and seeing if they can post it to you any cheaper.
  21. Audi have V8 diesels available in the A8, and VW have the V10 diesel available in the earlier Touareg and Phaeton. I've been in the V10 Touareg and with a stage 1 map on they will light up all 4 wheels in the dry from a standstill if you just floor them. No way a house on wheels should move like that!
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    F11 530D Tuning options

    Hi! There's more information in this thread here for you I'm sure Dave will fill you in if you ask, but I have worked on his car so he will be able to give you some pointers but in the mean time if you have any questions, fire away! Regarding the drilling though, at one point it was the only way to bypass the security onboard the ECU. That or flip the board over which involves breaking it out of the casing which it's bonded in to. I've done OBD, drill and flip boards before, none of which have ever had an issue afterwards but the price goes up with the risk attached. Mainly for us because if we break it, we would pay for it. As you would expect. We have heard rumours though of cars being patched up and thrown out the door if you see what I mean.
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    Chester area meetup?

    No harm in asking so here we go! Is there anyone in the Chester/Liverpool area that fancies a little meetup somewhere? There's a few pubs on the Wirral that're pretty central. Talk cars, ask map questions, have a nose at each others rides etc. Just a pint one night kind of thing? This coming Sunday if people are around? Stick your name on the list if you're interested. For people close by, maybe the Cottage Loaf pub on the way to Hoylake? Big car park and good food and drink. Or there's the pub near Cheshire Oaks, again big car park but not quite so good food, but drink is drink! If you're interested stick your name on the list. If I tag you, it's not because I'm forcing you to come, I just know you're in the North West and relatively local and you might know other local people! @SuperDave @Yokozuna (and you two aren't allowed to fight ) @d_a_n1979 1) MP 2) 3) 4) 5) 6)
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    What did you do to your E60/61 today?

    Sourced a second hand rear diff. We build and race drift cars, and many times it's come up in conversation how well a 460BHP+ effective house on wheels would go sideways with the diff welded. Guess there's only one way to find out!
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