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Hi
Does anyone outhere have the ability to copy eprom data. If so have you got any Alpina eproms/data for the e30 (c2 2.7 would be nice).
My car is a 325is.

any help would be appriciated
 

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hey..welcome..where have u checked?
 

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Hi
I have looked on various BMW forums without any luck.
I can't spend too long searching the web as I am at work.
Do you know (e30 325 s52) where I can source the chip or data?

P.S nice bird shots!

cheers!
 

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Originally posted by bmwmeister@Apr 17 2003, 03:20 PM
Hi
I have looked on various BMW forums without any luck.
I can't spend too long searching the web as I am at work.
Do you know (e30 325 s52) where I can source the chip or data?

P.S nice bird shots!

cheers!
thanks for the bird shots.i will look for it when i get home and ill see wha i can find for you.what is your email address so i can email you if i find anything?
 

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Originally posted by Furious@Apr 17 2003, 11:45 PM
the only guy i know who can do this and very well is a guy named Mark dysilva, he is the one who custom did my chip.

here is his contact..

http://www.dsylva-tech.ca/
they have alot of good reviews
 

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hey i found one, only if ur car is 88 or older

i got this off another forum:
hi

i have alpina replica ecu's for sale. the coding in these ecu's is copied from the alpina c2 2.7 ecu. here are the benefits:

e30 325 post '88:-

- increases rev limiter to 6890rpm from standard 6500rpm
- lowers torque curve from 4000rpm to around 3500rpm
- better smoother power over the whole rev range
- removes 'flat spots' to give power through the whole rev range

i also have ecu's available for the e30 320i (post '88), which will give the car an essential boost in performance.

here are the prices:-

ecu: £75
fitted: £95 (london only)

if you are interested in this cheap, but worthwhile upgrade then e-mail me for more info:-

[email protected]

or

[email protected]

and remember an original alpina ecu would cost in the region of £900!
 

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hey i found one, only if ur car is 88 or older
He said post 88... 88 or newer :)


Im very interested. Sounds good... im gonna ask him if it makes you buy higher octane gas like jim C chips do. Thats the only reason i didnt get a jim C. Gotta buy 91 octane. I could go turbo and get 91 octane for a lot bigger boost in performance. I hate gas prices, Then again we are in an age where gas is cheaper than bottled water. That should say something about our civilization.
 

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Originally posted by Fox@Apr 23 2003, 05:51 AM
hey i found one, only if ur car is 88 or older
He said post 88... 88 or newer :)


Im very interested. Sounds good... im gonna ask him if it makes you buy higher octane gas like jim C chips do. Thats the only reason i didnt get a jim C. Gotta buy 91 octane. I could go turbo and get 91 octane for a lot bigger boost in performance. I hate gas prices, Then again we are in an age where gas is cheaper than bottled water. That should say something about our civilization.
whoops. yeah i meant 88+. i already asked him about gas and he said 87 should run fine. u should check your ecu before contacting him and get the last three digits off it to see if it will work.
 
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