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  • bmw motorsport in munich...

    has any1 been there...?

    do they have any kits there for the older cars...?

    im asking b/c this guy i know has a m3 e46 and went there and got a chip that boost the hp from 343 to 380 as he says...

    he even got he ride on a magazine...

    here in greece, though...
    "You must drive this car before you die, it really is that good." BMWCar Magazine re:the e30m3; Oct. 2002
    "If necessity is the mother of invention. Then laziness must be the father." Troy D. Bryan

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    I just can't read this BS about chips that give 40HP gains

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    • #3
      especially when chips for new cars rarely give more than 10hp gains.

      Mariano

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      • #4
        And you're claiming this is a factory chip?
        "It is needless to say that self-propelling vehicles, like other machines, will never do as much for one who does not understand them as for one who does."

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        • #5
          Originally posted by AlpineRunner
          And you're claiming this is a factory chip?

          i was suprized myself...

          but, yes he does claim that its a factory chip...

          perhaps bmw motorsport is to bmw as abt to vag (volkswagen audi group)...?

          this souldnt be that weird or out of the ordinary as
          i had read in another mag that a guy in miami had changed the chip of his FERRARI F40 at italy...(by the company...)
          Last edited by lue_driver; 12-14-2006, 05:16 AM.
          "You must drive this car before you die, it really is that good." BMWCar Magazine re:the e30m3; Oct. 2002
          "If necessity is the mother of invention. Then laziness must be the father." Troy D. Bryan

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          • #6
            Maybe your "friend" means DME retuning a la the CSL?
            1988 BMW M3
            2010 Ferrari 599
            2013 BMW X1

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            • #7
              perhaps bmw motorsport is to bmw as abt to vag (volkswagen audi group)...?
              Please allow me to ask you if you ever owned an M3 or even a BMW. I do not know what to think from all your comments on this thread. I do not want to be disrespectfull, but saying that "perhaps" Motorsport is the enthusiast branch of BMW makes me wonder if you know anything about BMWs.


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              • #8
                Originally posted by Steve88M3
                Maybe your "friend" means DME retuning a la the CSL?

                DME...?

                i dont quite understand...
                "You must drive this car before you die, it really is that good." BMWCar Magazine re:the e30m3; Oct. 2002
                "If necessity is the mother of invention. Then laziness must be the father." Troy D. Bryan

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by LeeVuong
                  Please allow me to ask you if you ever owned an M3 or even a BMW. I do not know what to think from all your comments on this thread. I do not want to be disrespectfull, but saying that "perhaps" Motorsport is the enthusiast branch of BMW makes me wonder if you know anything about BMWs.

                  i hear u, and understand what u mean, let it be clear i DO have a bmw m3 e30, it just that my sarcasm gets the better of me sometimes...

                  other than that all i wish is to take my beemer to its best perfomance that is why i was interested in a company that co-operates with bmw if bmw motorsport isnt it i ( and others i would belive ) would like to know which is...

                  after all why should we go to a "tunning" shop that isnt aproved by bmw...
                  "You must drive this car before you die, it really is that good." BMWCar Magazine re:the e30m3; Oct. 2002
                  "If necessity is the mother of invention. Then laziness must be the father." Troy D. Bryan

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                  • #10
                    Beemer = BMW motorcycle
                    Bimmer = BMW car

                    :rolleyes:
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                    • #11
                      Beemer = BMW motorcycle
                      Bimmer = BMW car

                      :rolleyes:
                      My website - Ebbworld- Life, Love, and Why


                      "All praise, honor, and glory to the One who has ransomed us from sin and death, Jesus Christ, our Savior."

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                      • #12
                        E46 M3's have replaceable chips in them? I thought they were reprogrammable like most (all?) of the newer bmw's. my e36 doesnt even have a chip.
                        1990 M3/1998 M3 Sedan

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                        • #13
                          E46 M3 CSL does not even have 380 hp.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by lue_driver
                              i hear u, and understand what u mean, let it be clear i DO have a bmw m3 e30, it just that my sarcasm gets the better of me sometimes...

                              other than that all i wish is to take my beemer to its best perfomance that is why i was interested in a company that co-operates with bmw if bmw motorsport isnt it i ( and others i would belive ) would like to know which is...

                              after all why should we go to a "tunning" shop that isnt aproved by bmw...
                              Did you move to Germany from Kazakhstan?
                              Last edited by OnrailsM3; 12-15-2006, 03:30 PM.

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