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Today, 02:17 AM

Sticky replied to the thread lulz - post em in here.
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Today, 02:06 AM

rawad1017 replied to the thread BBFlash maps for the FBO 335i.
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Quote Originally Posted by V8Bait View Post
You can not. You can read stock tunes and tunes based on stock ROMs that have corresponding XDF's defining the binary data accurately. You cannot read an ecu that is locked/encrypted by Cobb. And even if you could you'd need a custom xdf as they have some modified logic in the assembly code. Even if it's minor it would potentially change things.
okay but the stage x software the bbflash user would buy would be locked the same way "

Today, 01:49 AM

Sticky replied to the thread RB install engine lift.
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Today, 01:23 AM

Sticky replied to the thread 2005 60k Mile CL65 Dyno.
" It's hard to believe it has been over a decade since Mercedes strapped turbos to its SOHC V12 creating the insanity that is the M275 engine. The idea seemed crazy at the time as the 5.5 liter M275 available in 600 models put out 493 horsepower and an earth moving 590 lb-ft. Mercedes AMG decided to give the entire automotive industry a huge middle finger and show who the king of power output truly was by taking that same motor and increasing displacement to 6.0 liters with more aggressive tuning and boost for 604 horsepower and 738 lb-ft of torque.


It was so much power and torque back in 2004 many wondered if AMG had gone too far. The cars featuring the engine (the S65, SL65, and CL65 AMG) were absurdly expensive. The other absurd part about these cars was their depreciation. The CL65 AMG depending on options was a $180,000+ car back then. Today, you can pick up a nice used example in the $30k range. The car was not an investment that is for sure.

What does this money get you? A twin turbo V12 luxury rocket with 528 horsepower and 674 lb-ft of torque to the wheels. A simple ECU tune will bring those numbers up into the low 600's to the wheels for horsepower and close to 800 lb-ft of torque at the wheels. A quality tune will run you a little over a grand.

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Today, 01:12 AM

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Today, 01:07 AM

HRE_Wheels replied to the thread SLS on HRE Series P1 Wheels.
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Quote Originally Posted by Sticky View Post
Looks like an overseas car but I thought By Design was in LA?
Not this one! "

Today, 01:00 AM

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Today, 12:57 AM

V8Bait replied to the thread BBFlash maps for the FBO 335i.
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Quote Originally Posted by rawad1017 View Post
with that logic i can use the BB tool to read anyone's tune can i not?
You can not. You can read stock tunes and tunes based on stock ROMs that have corresponding XDF's defining the binary data accurately. You cannot read an ecu that is locked/encrypted by Cobb. And even if you could you'd need a custom xdf as they have some modified logic in the assembly code. Even if it's minor it would potentially change things. "

Today, 12:52 AM

Sticky replied to the thread AUDI TTS Just went from a GIAC stage2+ to an APR stage2+, my impression.
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Quote Originally Posted by Lizotte View Post
How do you adjust timing/afr. The local shops have no way to alter fueling/timing on these tunes APR/GIAC. So other than bragging rights, and all dynos are not created equal not even close, what do you get out of it.
On my LS motor from Chevy and EFI live I could put the car on a dyno read my wideband AFR's disable fuel trims and adjust fuel or VE tables and look for it to be pulling timing. Beside any good tuner does most of his tuning driving the car. Dyno is only good for WOT pulls mostly.
Wow, really? I thought APR and GIAC could custom dyno tune to adjust these parameters?

I disagree with you regarding the dyno for tuning. I understand your point regarding load on the street but a good dyno for tuning will not be inertia based. "

Today, 12:51 AM

johnnyblaze replied to the thread ESS VT3 Shift-S3ctor 1/2 Mile - 174 MPH Trap, BMW/AMG Roll Race Shootout - 1st place!.
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Quote Originally Posted by Sticky View Post
With what? Words typed per minute?
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Today, 12:30 AM

Lizotte replied to the thread AUDI TTS Just went from a GIAC stage2+ to an APR stage2+, my impression.
" How do you adjust timing/afr. The local shops have no way to alter fueling/timing on these tunes APR/GIAC. So other than bragging rights, and all dynos are not created equal not even close, what do you get out of it.
On my LS motor from Chevy and EFI live I could put the car on a dyno read my wideband AFR's disable fuel trims and adjust fuel or VE tables and look for it to be pulling timing. Beside any good tuner does most of his tuning driving the car. Dyno is only good for WOT pulls mostly. "

Today, 12:27 AM

rawad1017 replied to the thread equus bass 770.
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Quote Originally Posted by G0TB00ST? View Post
It's cool, but I agree I wouldn't pay that much. You could easily build an old school mustang to perform just as if not better for half the price
i mean to be honest if the interior was handcrafted with all the finest blah blah and came with white gold in the interior as well as 50 bulls' hides and the highest quality toilet paper and blah blah blah then maybe i could appreciate the price

they're trying to meet at the line with the luxury car market and the performance enthusiast market but i don't see any options on the car that wow me on the luxury end and performance wise, well that's pretty much self explanatory "

Today, 12:13 AM

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Today, 12:13 AM

Sticky replied to the thread ESS VT3 Shift-S3ctor 1/2 Mile - 174 MPH Trap, BMW/AMG Roll Race Shootout - 1st place!.
" With what? Words typed per minute? "

Today, 12:09 AM

rawad1017 replied to the thread ESS VT3 Shift-S3ctor 1/2 Mile - 174 MPH Trap, BMW/AMG Roll Race Shootout - 1st place!.
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Today, 12:08 AM

Sticky replied to the thread ESS VT3 Shift-S3ctor 1/2 Mile - 174 MPH Trap, BMW/AMG Roll Race Shootout - 1st place!.
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Quote Originally Posted by benzy89 View Post
You've now quoted me 3 comments in a row complaing & complete dodging the original comment, sure it's me who's got panties in a bunch? The East Coast BB people have no problem pulling a track rental together if you don't wanna run on the street, you just need to commit to a date. We can do dig & roll races at Atco or MIR, and if you just wanna do high speed rolls there's Pocono.
Dodging what? WTF are you talking about?

I don't freaking care. Rent a track, rent 10 tracks, go nuts. WTF does it bother me? They can bring a billion cars to race. All I care about is videos and promoting my network.

I don't give a flying rat's ass about anything else you have invented in your head.

I don't know who this 'we' is you are speaking for. You aren't a part of anything. YOU HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH ANY OF THIS. "

Today, 12:06 AM

benzy89 replied to the thread ESS VT3 Shift-S3ctor 1/2 Mile - 174 MPH Trap, BMW/AMG Roll Race Shootout - 1st place!.
" You've now quoted me 3 comments in a row complaing & complete dodging the original comment, sure it's me who's got panties in a bunch? The East Coast BB people have no problem pulling a track rental together if you don't wanna run on the street, you just need to commit to a date. We can do dig & roll races at Atco or MIR, and if you just wanna do high speed rolls there's Pocono. "

Today, 12:04 AM

G0TB00ST? replied to the thread equus bass 770.
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Quote Originally Posted by rawad1017 View Post
i like the idea but i wouldn't pay $250k for it
It's cool, but I agree I wouldn't pay that much. You could easily build an old school mustang to perform just as if not better for half the price "

Today, 12:03 AM