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Old 07-12-2011, 05:21 PM   #4
Denny
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Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Cumberland, Ontario
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Originally Posted by e30_kid89 View Post
Good start, however I would have gone with a pnp Megasqurit unit. Tons of support and easier to dial in/tune. The WAR chip i've read doesn't allow you to make real-time changes (ie.when the car is running) so what you have to do is turn off car, make changes, burn, start car and see the difference. If this is your first time in the "toooning" game you'll see soon how nice making real time changes and datalogging will become. Good luck with the build!
hey thanks for the input

Yeah the war chip is a pretty good tool but with limitations (no dataloging) it does have the ability to switch tunes on the fly (4 tunes) so I can pre build them and load them takes 30 seconds to load 4 of them. Datalog with innovates wideband software and dyno for timing tweaking. Im not new to tuning world actually quite good many years of learning with the mitsubishi world and GM world.

The war chip tunes are custom built to your specs (MAF, injectors...) from Millerperformance on request which is very nice and you keep all sensors and stock ECU which is nice. No doubt MS is great I heard nothing but great things.
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2003 BMW 330i M-sport AA SC 5-speed -SOLD
2006 BMW 330i 6-speed black SOLD
2001 BMW X5 4.4 - Auto - black on black - SOLD
1989 BMW 535i - 5-speed - black -SOLD (kept M30B35/tranny for E30)

1985 BMW 325 E 5-speed (new project)
1987 BMW 325 5-speed - work in progress
http://bmw325e30.blogspot.com/
Part 2 (Supercharger/turbo build)
http://bmw325e30turbo.blogspot.com

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