no one is doubting the results, I'm sure it's a very high quality flash. I just want to know what all you get for the price and feel I was fair in assessing the overall feelings anyone would have if they were to research tuning options. I mean in the end you are saying it is basically a COBB OTS map, which hey, that's great, competing with the best flash currently available. But why so much? What do they do for people when they upgrade? How can they adjust the tune from a remote location?
You're right, people that are clueless about the aftermarket world such as a friend of mine who had a 335i a few years ago and did all Dinan are happy to pay the price and feel the performance. But I'd gladly take $1500 and flash someones car for them with a Cobb AP and turn a quick $600 profit assuming I don't have a wholesale account. I just want to know the difference and advantage. A warranty is a big deal, cause that means it's a better option for new or nearly new BMW owners, so that would be a big deal. Hopefully @Mike@Renntech
and shed some light in that area.
I'm glad they posted it, and wish more vendors would be involved in the N54 platform, just wish there was more info. I understand he's a new guy, and I think some guys are being a bit harsh, I don't feel I'm harsh, just asking proper questions for information I feel should have been included. I mean, where's the sales pitch?
Look Mike, I know you're doing your job, and copy and paste your product details from your website might work on 6spdonline.com or bimmerforums, or whatever, but I'm just giving you a heads up, that won't happen here. However, if you show you have a valid product on this forum, us members at bimmerboost like to spend lots of money on our cars, and I think any vendor that has a good product and comes out with supporting details is more than rewarded on this forum. Just ask Team MFactory. "