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Old Wed, Dec-25-2013, 11:51:26 AM   #21
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Yes in a nutshell, I will send you a pm and explain it more in details.
Could you send me one also please.
Also, if say months later I'm in MD. Could I swing by and get it dyno tuned for a minimal cost, or would I have to buy a tune all over again.
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Could you send me one also please.
Also, if say months later I'm in MD. Could I swing by and get it dyno tuned for a minimal cost, or would I have to buy a tune all over again.
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Old Wed, Dec-25-2013, 03:40:33 PM   #24
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Alex,

The purpose of this thread is not aimed at comparing headers or tune with headers of company X, Y, or Z. This thread is to help show the delta gains of our tune with the before and after comparison. I disclosed some background info to help our m3forum members have a better understanding of what was done to the car and beat the typical question of what mods where done to the car etc.

Now lets stay on topic.
Hey Frank,

Sorry, my intention was not to compare headers/tunes from different companies, nor to steer the thread off topic. I just thought it would have been neat to see the progressive gains from stock to just headers/section 1 to your solid tune. After I posted, it seemed like others were interested to see the cumulative gains from a package I see being very popular!

I agree with you though that the main focus should be the gains of the tune. I respectfully understand your decision to keep the dynos in the thread tune focussed.

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I got your PM, thanks for the info. I guess the main difference is that you require a dyno run and provide custom tuning at a much lower price than the competition which really only do that for Alpha-N tunes.

But how much variance would a tune have between cars with the same mods? More of a curiosity question.
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I got your PM, thanks for the info. I guess the main difference is that you require a dyno run and provide custom tuning at a much lower price than the competition which really only do that for Alpha-N tunes.

But how much variance would a tune have between cars with the same mods? More of a curiosity question.

We can remote tune your vehicle and build you a file, if you like to do some data logging around town and some highway cruises to help us have a better understanding of your car under load.


The dyno runs are intended to help show the end consumer the changes as a measuring tool. I had a customer remote tune his e46 m3 supercharger and was guessing his car is making 380-400whp. He dyno his car after 2 months and realized he is making closer to 430whp. I have seen cars dyno between 268-288 bone stock and once in a while even higher. The dyno does help make things easier with the tuning, but it also shows the end consumer the result of your hard earned money with the gains from before and after the tune.
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Hey Frank,

Sorry, my intention was not to compare headers/tunes from different companies, nor to steer the thread off topic. I just thought it would have been neat to see the progressive gains from stock to just headers/section 1 to your solid tune. After I posted, it seemed like others were interested to see the cumulative gains from a package I see being very popular!

I agree with you though that the main focus should be the gains of the tune. I respectfully understand your decision to keep the dynos in the thread tune focussed.

Have a great Holiday with friends and family.
Thank you for the kind words Alex, I appreciate your enthusiasm and passion for the e46 M3. I agree there is a lot of interest about the headers and the gains, but it looks like Jack@customperformance has a thread discussing his product. (Jack's Stepped Headers thread)

I realized some members are very excited and others slightly skeptical of new product. This is expected with any new product coming to the market, but any questions regarding the headers should be addressed with him. If you like the before and after gain of the graphs on the first post to be presented together, I would be more than happy to print and scan it to help present the delta more appropriately.
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We can remote tune your vehicle and build you a file, if you like to do some data logging around town and some highway cruises to help us have a better understanding of your car under load.


The dyno runs are intended to help show the end consumer the changes as a measuring tool. I had a customer remote tune his e46 m3 supercharger and was guessing his car is making 380-400whp. He dyno his car after 2 months and realized he is making closer to 430whp. I have seen cars dyno between 268-288 bone stock and once in a while even higher. The dyno does help make things easier with the tuning, but it also shows the end consumer the result of your hard earned money with the gains from before and after the tune.
So the dyno part is not a requirement?
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So the dyno part is not a requirement?
No the dyno is not required, which is why we offer the data logging.
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Alex,

The purpose of this thread is not aimed at comparing headers or tune with headers of company X, Y, or Z. This thread is to help show the delta gains of our tune with the before and after comparison. I disclosed some background info to help our m3forum members have a better understanding of what was done to the car and beat the typical question of what mods where done to the car etc.


Now lets stay on topic.
If you would post stock, stock with tune, stock with headers and stock with headers and tune, it would make everything clear. I'm interested in this because I'm looking at options for my car.
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