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      07-22-2013, 10:56 AM   #133
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Is there any chance of a 2 step(launch control) map being developed soon?
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      07-22-2013, 11:25 AM   #134
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I have spoken to local Tubo shops about our mitsi turbos in the N54.. they have advised 16psi is fine..
Thanks for your reply - Do you happen to know if that's 16psi peak or 16psi sustained??? big difference there I imagine?

Still can't figure why i'm seeing 13ish psi on stage 1 drive st map - I would expect it to be lower since cobb says sport st map push 11 psi.
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      07-22-2013, 09:06 PM   #135
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Thanks for your reply - Do you happen to know if that's 16psi peak or 16psi sustained??? big difference there I imagine?
he told me 16 no issues.. Running at 20 or over constantly will wear them faster.

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Still can't figure why i'm seeing 13ish psi on stage 1 drive st map - I would expect it to be lower since cobb says sport st map push 11 psi.
COBB figures IMO are guides and alot comes down to the external factors.. temp altitude ect ect.

I would not be too worried about 13psi on Drive, also is that a spike or average boost max for each pull?
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      07-23-2013, 06:35 AM   #136
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he told me 16 no issues.. Running at 20 or over constantly will wear them faster.



COBB figures IMO are guides and alot comes down to the external factors.. temp altitude ect ect.

I would not be too worried about 13psi on Drive, also is that a spike or average boost max for each pull?
13.5-8 is the highest boost I see on 3rd gear pull on average. it does come down to 11ish and I would say that the average acorss the board would be 11ish. I'm not too worried about it but just trying to match Cobb's numbers with my own.

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      07-23-2013, 11:33 AM   #137
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Hello Guys,
I hoped that somebody could just confirm that for stage 1+ Cobb FMIC, the FMIC doesn't necessarily need to be a Cobb. Will any brand do the trick? I have a Wagner installed so should I be sticking with regular stage 1 maps?
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      07-23-2013, 02:02 PM   #138
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I hoped that somebody could just confirm that for stage 1+ Cobb FMIC, the FMIC doesn't necessarily need to be a Cobb. Will any brand do the trick? I have a Wagner installed so should I be sticking with regular stage 1 maps?
Thanks in advance.
You are good to go with the Stage 1+ maps. I run a 7" VRSF Intercooler but any aftermarket will work.
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      07-23-2013, 02:08 PM   #139
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Any word on the V3 for the n54? Those look so sweet. I want to trade in my V2 for it...
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      07-23-2013, 08:39 PM   #140
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Vehicle "ON" Position Before Install

The Cobb AP User Guide (download from the website) says to push the start button "once" to power on. The manual that comes with the Cobb (Quick Start Guide) to push the start button "twice". Which is the correct method?
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      07-23-2013, 08:58 PM   #141
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Any word on the V3 for the n54? Those look so sweet. I want to trade in my V2 for it...
They will start shipping out 8/1 I believe.



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      07-23-2013, 09:08 PM   #142
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The Cobb AP User Guide (download from the website) says to push the start button "once" to power on. The manual that comes with the Cobb (Quick Start Guide) to push the start button "twice". Which is the correct method?
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      07-24-2013, 01:59 AM   #143
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13.5-8 is the highest boost I see on 3rd gear pull on average. it does come down to 11ish and I would say that the average acorss the board would be 11ish. I'm not too worried about it but just trying to match Cobb's numbers with my own.

Thanks!
is it hot in your area? Hotter air temp can raise the boost target with COBB i read.

COBB sent me there Dyno for the Stage 1 Drive + FMIC HP was 316 ATW...

was shocked to see it that high... but i am very happy with that map, tried sport but found my e92 ran a lot smoother on drive.. so sticking with it.
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      07-24-2013, 08:11 AM   #144
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Please help!
I remember it being just once. It's not a big deal either way. Push it once, and if nothing happens, push it again.
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      07-24-2013, 08:36 PM   #145
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Yes, pushed once and did the install. it took about 12 min to copy the stock ecu and about 15 min to load the map (Stage 1 Aggressive LT). I took it out for a drive and the diff was noticeable. I had so much fun that I continued driving for 120 miles!

I did have one issue - the BT, the radio and the menu stopped working. I turned the car off, waited for about 15 min and tried it again- all back to normal!

Of course, I now want a FBO set up!



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I remember it being just once. It's not a big deal either way. Push it once, and if nothing happens, push it again.
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      07-24-2013, 11:10 PM   #146
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Cool, glad you got it working Yep it does take a little while.

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Of course, I now want a FBO set up!
LOL join the club. Just have to re-prioritize where the $'s get spent. Easier said than done.
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      07-25-2013, 07:25 AM   #147
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Update question

I update my Cobb Frequently on the computer for t latest firmware; does this mean I have to uninstall and install every time ? Or when I connect it to the car it updates?
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      07-25-2013, 09:30 AM   #148
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I reflash once ive updated the AP and the latest map upgrades should be uploaded to the car..... I think!!
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      07-27-2013, 04:03 AM   #149
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Trouble with data logging

I have been trying to get a decent data log with the AP but I can't select the individual cylinder timing or timing corrections to log. Anybody else have a similar issue? I have latest updates installed on the AP and access port manager. Car is 2011 135i w/DCT ROM is 98G0B.

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      07-27-2013, 05:57 AM   #150
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FMIC next!

Next mod will be a FMIC - here's an interesting FAQ on intercoolers.


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Cool, glad you got it working Yep it does take a little while.



LOL join the club. Just have to re-prioritize where the $'s get spent. Easier said than done.
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      07-27-2013, 12:29 PM   #151
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I have been trying to get a decent data log with the AP but I can't select the individual cylinder timing or timing corrections to log. Anybody else have a similar issue? I have latest updates installed on the AP and access port manager. Car is 2011 135i w/DCT ROM is 98G0B.

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Anybody? I uninstalled and reinstalled the AP today and there was no change. Is cylinder timing an available log function for the N55 with COBB?
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      07-27-2013, 06:33 PM   #152
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Anybody? I uninstalled and reinstalled the AP today and there was no change. Is cylinder timing an available log function for the N55 with COBB?
What do you mean you can't select them? They are part of the default monitor list, so there should be in any datalog you do unless you deselect them. Can you send me an email and let me know exactly what you're doing and what the result is?

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      07-27-2013, 11:47 PM   #153
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What do you mean you can't select them? They are part of the default monitor list, so there should be in any datalog you do unless you deselect them. Can you send me an email and let me know exactly what you're doing and what the result is?

josh.dankel@cobbtuning.com

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"can't select them" as in they are not there to select. The option to select them does not show up on data log list, live monitor, and does not show up on the data log. I'm open to the possibility that I'm doing something wrong but I really don't think so. It's strange. Email on the way.
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What do you mean you can't select them? They are part of the default monitor list, so there should be in any datalog you do unless you deselect them. Can you send me an email and let me know exactly what you're doing and what the result is?

josh.dankel@cobbtuning.com

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Big thanks to Josh for getting this issue resolved quickly. Great work and great customer service.

Now that I can get a decent data log would anybody help me out and take a look at one of my runs? I'm still learning what I should be looking for on these logs so any feedback would be appreciated. I am seeing some timing corrections below 4700rpm, how much is considered normal? These were done on stg. 1 aggressive, in 4th gear, on a slight incline. Vehicle info below.

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