Jim Conforti BMW Shark Injector Performance Software, 1996-2005 Models

elky

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After fitting the Turner Motorsport underdrive pulleys, I was pretty satisfied with this "upgrade", and I've been eyeing this software upgrade from Jim Conforti. It looks like a legit upgrade, not much in terms of HP but realistic results nonetheless.
Has anyone here tried it or has any experience with it?
 
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Almost a year long gap for this reply, but yes, I’ve put it on my S52 M roadster. The car was stock, except for super sprint exhaust mufflers. The stage one claimed improvements of 15 hp and 10 foot pounds torque I can absolutely feel in a seat. To do an adequate comparison assessment, I drove the car around 50 miles, quickly came in, did the upgrade and immediately went right back out for another drive.

The rev seems quicker, and definitely smoother across the entire band. I find it to do everything it advertises. Very, very satisfied. Big grins every time I drive.
 

elky

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Almost a year long gap for this reply, but yes, I’ve put it on my S52 M roadster. The car was stock, except for super sprint exhaust mufflers. The stage one claimed improvements of 15 hp and 10 foot pounds torque I can absolutely feel in a seat. To do an adequate comparison assessment, I drove the car around 50 miles, quickly came in, did the upgrade and immediately went right back out for another drive.

The rev seems quicker, and definitely smoother across the entire band. I find it to do everything it advertises. Very, very satisfied. Big grins every time I drive.
Thanks for the reply, that is great to hear :woot: ! But you are in the US though right? I think there is a difference between EU and US manifolds / ECU program or am I wrong?
 

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Stay on the safe side with European tuners.
totally different engine management for us cars and also not the same fuel.
I have tried something similar to my e36 back in the day (a complete ecu with the program in it) and actually lost 15hp from my stock European one.
 
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