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Default jb4 power wire question and what map should I set it on - 06-24-2015, 08:07 PM

I have a 07 335i with the dual intake cones from burger and a jb4 with the latest upgrade and curious what I should set the tuner on? I run premium gas in it all the time. My other question is, I had to replace the power wire for the jb4, is there a special trick to getting the old wire unpinned from the connecter or should I just splice the new power to whats left from my old power wire? Sorry for the dumb questions but i'm new to these cars and don't know what else to do. Thanks for any help.
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For the power wire cut and splice in to the JB4 harness. For the map guide, refer to the JB4 sticky in this thread.


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