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keyap keyap is offline
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Car: N55 135i
Default 05-06-2016, 08:00 AM

As you're DCT, you'll probably need a BEF to stop clutch slip (assuming your DME is MEVD172 and have a supported ROM)

It will depend on what you're looking to target and at what RPM. With the stock turbo, my DCT used to slip when going WOT at low to mid rpms in 4th through to 7th This was at 19/20psi at tip in tapering to 13/14 at max rpm.

Map 6 does give you some flexibility to dial this out but it would be a shame to not use the new unit to it's full potential.

UK 2011 - E82- 135i - N55 - DCT

JB4 | BMS OCC | N20 TMap | Fuel-It! PI | AIC6 PI Controller | Fuel-It! Fuel Lines | Fuel-It! Stage 2 LPFP | Continental In-line E Sensor | ER Charge Pipe | Pure Stage 2 Turbo | Pure High Flow Inlet | GFB DV+ | Richter C'less D/Pipe | Berk Race Full Exhaust | MFactory Pro Helical LSD (75% Bias Ratio) | eDiff Disabled Via Coding | MFactory Solid Diff Bushes | Diff Lockdown Bracket | Custom 98G0B BEF | NGK 5992s (0.020")

Last edited by keyap; 05-06-2016 at 08:35 AM..
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