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    Just been reading this article :

    http://www.remapsuk.com/blog/?p=211

    about remapping a 2335d - the results just seem too good to be true - 366.5 bhp, 734nm of torque and 38.9 mpg...
     
     

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    Not much different to our own forum vendors, for example Emaps.

    http://www.e-maps.co.uk/products/BMW...ies+%28e90%29/

    Forum discount also so will be cheaper.
     
     

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    That could kill the autobox! mine was done to about those figures and threw up all sorts of torque related faults. Stick to the forum vendors
     
     

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    Emaps are quoting 350 bhp and 700nm of torque, do those seem more reasonable figures then ?
     
     

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    yes 350bhp (ish) and 700Nm is about what is acceptable without doing any damage. If you go much higher on the torque you start to get vibrations from the torque convertor. Done many of the 35d variations now.
     
     

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