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Old 04-10-2014, 04:49 AM
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Default Greetings and salutations from San Diego


My name is Sean. Just got my first BMW a few weeks ago--a 2008 E63 M6. Loving it so far. Looking forward to some coding and flashing the Euro SMG so I can get raise the RPMs with Launch Control.

I'm in IT, I no longer code any more but I did for a few years. There's surprisingly a lot to learn with BMW electronics!

This may be my first "fast" street car but I'm not stranger to speed. My off-road vehicle(s) are all turbo charged and cost 3x what my daily driver does (even though I only get to use them a few weeks a year). I'm not a stranger to ECU configuration, I've done AEM and MoTeC before (and a ViPEC very shortly), but I had no idea what I was in for until I dived in a few days ago.

I'm friendly, feel free to reach out to me.

Take care,


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