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Old 28th December 2016, 03:28 PM   #41
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So the 7th ok with my e46 M3 ?
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Old 28th December 2016, 11:40 PM   #42
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I'd also penned in the 7th on PM - for CSL DME Rev matching, inertia upgrade and IAT swap too - do we need specific time slots if there's a lot of us? Cheers!
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Old 29th December 2016, 06:04 PM   #43
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Put me down for the 7th! What beer do you drink!
No need to bring rewards, although biscuits and cakes are always welcome! Also we'll have a donations tin on site, so we can hopefully raise a little money to help out a local charity or two.

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Nice thought, Would love to pop down on the 7th maybe
If you're free pop down, seems like there will be a few poeple there to talk to

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So the 7th ok with my e46 M3 ?
Sure is

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I'd also penned in the 7th on PM - for CSL DME Rev matching, inertia upgrade and IAT swap too - do we need specific time slots if there's a lot of us? Cheers!
Hi Joe, im not going to set up time slots or appointments as i have no idea who will actually turn up. So generally it will be on a first come first serve basis, e46's are fairly simple to code so it shouldn't take too long to turn people around.

Since you're having a little more work done than just the coding i have you down for 10am where one of us will be free and available to work on your car

See you on the 7th!
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Old 29th December 2016, 09:33 PM   #44
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That's great thanks, see you then!
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Old 4th January 2017, 10:59 AM   #45
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i'm bringing my m3 track car down on saturday, my mate wants to know if you can do anything for his 46 330 track car as he can come down at the same time.
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Old 4th January 2017, 11:05 AM   #46
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Hi is this something you're planning to do for some time?

Only just got the car but interested in some of the coding.

Also interested in the SMG coding but need to find out more about it.

I'm in Essex, but it's a perfect reason to go for a blast once the weather improves
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Old 4th January 2017, 09:25 PM   #47
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Hi,

I'm definitely interested to get some coding on my Z4M as only down the road in Derby.

I'm looking at some of the simple ones, like alarm chirp when locking, disable seat belt chime, and sport button memory etc.

I'm also really interested in getting the ECU coded for MSport mode. I've read the Z4MR has a different steering rack to the Coupe, so the coding for the MSport mod is slightly different to take account of this - is this something you can incorporate?

I have the cables and software to do this, but never had the guts to do it, just used it to read ABS faults. Have done Audi coding with VCDS, but that was less daunting.

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Old 4th January 2017, 10:56 PM   #48
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i'm bringing my m3 track car down on saturday, my mate wants to know if you can do anything for his 46 330 track car as he can come down at the same time.
thanks mate
Free coding is for ///M cars only I'm afraid, friends with other cars are welcome but coding sessions are normally around 60 for e46's.

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Hi is this something you're planning to do for some time?

Only just got the car but interested in some of the coding.

Also interested in the SMG coding but need to find out more about it.

I'm in Essex, but it's a perfect reason to go for a blast once the weather improves
I think it'll carry on as long as there is interest so no hurry!

CSL rev matching and inertia update are a must for the Smg cars....

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I'm definitely interested to get some coding on my Z4M as only down the road in Derby.

I'm looking at some of the simple ones, like alarm chirp when locking, disable seat belt chime, and sport button memory etc.

I'm also really interested in getting the ECU coded for MSport mode. I've read the Z4MR has a different steering rack to the Coupe, so the coding for the MSport mod is slightly different to take account of this - is this something you can incorporate?
I think the sport mode you're referring to is similar to mtrack mode on the m3 with adjustments to the dsc. I'd need to see your trc file to see what's possible but if it's a dsc mk6.0 I don't see it being a problem.

Not sure if sport button memory will be possible as the z4m uses a different ecu to the m3.

But the other few bits are simple enough....
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Old 5th January 2017, 10:23 PM   #49
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So e46 M3 owners (ie me) can just rock up any of those Saturdays you have listed? As long as I'm happy to wait my turn?

I would be happy to make a small donation/brew up

Thanks
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So e46 M3 owners (ie me) can just rock up any of those Saturdays you have listed? As long as I'm happy to wait my turn?

That's the idea yeah! If you're happy to wait then just come along, any time after 9 is fine, ill stay till everyone's done but aim to be wrapping up around 3/4pm at the latest this time of year.

E46 coding doesnt take too long and DME modifications are fairly quick too...

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I would be happy to make a small donation/brew up
A quick note on donations... Coding is free on these Saturdays, no need to pay anything at all, its just because we like nice cars! We do however have a collections box for a local children's cancer charity called Gold September. Any and all donations are welcome and greatly appreciated but there is no obligation.

See you soon!!
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Old 7th January 2017, 10:54 AM   #51
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that sounds fair to me, i'll be down this afternoon around 2ish.
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Old 7th January 2017, 12:40 PM   #52
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I'm going to try to beat LSD to it
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Old 7th January 2017, 01:33 PM   #53
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If anyone turns up in the next 15 mins were at KFC!
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Old 7th January 2017, 01:46 PM   #54
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Had the csl software put on mine and a few other changes great pair of guys was a nice drive home like driving another car.

Top blokes would definitely recommend their services 👍
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Had a few bits done on mine today and can't recommend them enough. Great lads, could of stayed and chatted all day. Not a bad cup of tea either! Oh and some nice M's to look at as well.
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Thought the burble and pop might of been more noticeable tho 😂
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Old 7th January 2017, 09:47 PM   #57
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Nice offer Will be definitely interested.
A nice run out from Buxton
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Old 8th January 2017, 02:43 PM   #58
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Was awesome to meet a few m owners yesterday and put some faces to the names.

Some awesome cars arrived and many thanks to those who helped us out with a donation for the charity it's hugely appreciated.

Looking forward to seeing a few more members towards the end of the month, been thinking it might be best to stick to one weekend a month and make that available for all M cars F and E series. So will leave this month as planned and then pick a weekend in Feb to continue
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Old 15th January 2017, 02:17 PM   #59
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Would love to come and visit you if there is any availability on the 4th or 11th Feb?

I have an e46 m3 SMG and would like to go for general coding + CSL rev match. More than happy to pay the surcharge, give a donation for a good cause + meet some other m3 owners!
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Old 20th January 2017, 08:56 PM   #60
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Just a reminder were still on for some free coding tomorrow, we'll be ready from 9 and probably be wrapping up around 4ish if possible... anyone is welcome, m3's, m4's and m5's of all model series' are welcome for some coding action!

SMG rev matching and inertia update is a real game changer for the smg cars and not to be missed!!

Hopefully see a few of you tomorrow, dont forget were raising money for www.goldseptember.com a local childrens cancer charity so please bring a few quid to help us out!

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