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      01-27-2019, 10:07 AM   #23
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I appreciate you've had issues with Dinan. Sucks big time.

I don't really see the message your trying to send tho? Not many Ventura users - what do you base that statement on?

And regarding AC - there's a perfectly logical reason to why imo.

I own bmws since 1994 and know most of the bmw tuners.

Regarding ventura, I could not find enough feedback on internet, could not find customers to get feedback.

I wish ventura's G30 works flawless, and want to hear of other people.

Why does AC Schnitzer not offer an upgrade for 2.0L?
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      02-09-2019, 10:29 PM   #24
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BMWFamilyMan,
I'll give Ventura Tuning a try - thanks for the detailed info & feedback.
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      02-09-2019, 10:30 PM   #25
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No worries Razzd530!

No CELs, but I'm still on map5. Once I can switch back to summer tyres I will try out map6. Driveability is excellent. Was worried before buying that the box would make the drivetrain less linear and more jerky in it's power delivery but not the case at all.

I have totally forgotten what stock feels like, should probably revert just to feel the difference.

95 and 98 octane are standard in Sweden. I always use 98 (which is also required if I want to use map6). What this translates to in US's way of measuring I'm too lazy to look up, there's a converter if one googles I'm sure.

BMWFamilyMan,
How do you "revert" to stock settings? Can you just "switch" off the Tuning box with a button?
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      02-10-2019, 04:49 PM   #26
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No there's no such fancy feature, you unplug the connector to the box.
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      02-17-2019, 12:15 PM   #27
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No there's no such fancy feature, you unplug the connector to the box.
Alrighty thanks.
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