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I have mine running a procede now and couldnt be happier
 

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jb3 335i right here :)
have you tried a PROcede? I still havent had a chance to test out the JB3 but had a JB+ on the car at first. The power these things make are incredible.
 

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Got a 335i here.

Does the PROcede software void the warranty?
 

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Got a 335i here.

Does the PROcede software void the warranty?
it clears codes automatically. Then you take 15 min to pull it out before taking it in for service. Ive been doing this for a year now and 0 problems.
 

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any tunes changes this car significantly
 

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I DO, I DO!!!


The 335i has bee my favorite car (in my limited history; '92 Celica, '06 s2k). Truly (minus the HPFP) an testament to BMW engineering.
 

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E90 right here with the Vishnu V4.
 

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^ Is Vishnu still in biz? I got a few cars tuned by Shiv in the past but haven't heard anything about them in years.
Still going very strong. The things hes done with the 335 tune are incredible.

No Dyno yet but it is catching up with my M5 with a whole lot more low end torque.

When my warranty expires im gonna throw on methanol injection/downpipes.

Heres a dyno from a similar modded 335: 422hp/468 ft-tq at the wheels

335i procede autotune Dyno

 

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This is a 0-140mph run i made last winter, in mexico...

21 degrees outside so that diff helped with intake temps (colder air = denser oxygen = more power from turbos/engine)

I was shifting a little late, should have been around 6500 rpm to stay in powerband vs the 7k i was at. Also upped my rears from 8.5" to 9.5" with pilot sports which helped grip a lot. If you stay on factory wheels and runflats with a chip you will have 0 traction
 

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thefinest,

I wanted to see the dyno sheet for your car...

The post and dyno sheet you are referring in this post is with 100 octane and heavily modified...

Our dyno sheet I posted is for a stock 335 with just our stage 1 tuning running 91 octane.

Cheers!
 
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