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    Nice review and subsequent update!
    I'm leaning towards the Cobb for our X1 35i (assuming compatibility) and potentially the wife's 335 when winter fades away a little.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by skylineguv Click here to enlarge
    Nice review and subsequent update!
    I'm leaning towards the Cobb for our X1 35i (assuming compatibility) and potentially the wife's 335 when winter fades away a little.
    I think Cobb will be able to offer X1 compatibility.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I think Cobb will be able to offer X1 compatibility.
    Agreed. I doubt the X1 ECU architecture is any different the the E9x. I'm really just waiting until I've finished the break-in miles and the snow/cold weather moves on before I make the call to Cobb Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by skylineguv Click here to enlarge
    Agreed. I doubt the X1 ECU architecture is any different the the E9x. I'm really just waiting until I've finished the break-in miles and the snow/cold weather moves on before I make the call to Cobb Click here to enlarge
    I had my truck tuned at less than 3,000kms on the clock Click here to enlarge
    Cobb handles the cold weather very well - its like stock, if not better from a smoothness point of view
    Cobb Tuned x6 N55 | Custom Catless downpipe | K&N drop in

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bulldog x6 Click here to enlarge
    I had my truck tuned at less than 3,000kms on the clock Click here to enlarge
    Cobb handles the cold weather very well - its like stock, if not better from a smoothness point of view
    I'm just coming up to the 2000km mark, so just about there. I have no issues with running the Cobb in the cold, just that I can't be bothered to get the tune thing moving until spring is a little closer Click here to enlarge
    It'll definitely be on before I tackle the wheels/suspension though. I'll likely bite the bullet on the AP in March as a guess. Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by skylineguv Click here to enlarge
    I'm just coming up to the 2000km mark, so just about there. I have no issues with running the Cobb in the cold, just that I can't be bothered to get the tune thing moving until spring is a little closer Click here to enlarge
    It'll definitely be on before I tackle the wheels/suspension though. I'll likely bite the bullet on the AP in March as a guess. Click here to enlarge
    Click here to enlarge and if the AP doesnt work for some reason, the N55 Stage 1 JB works well if you only want to stay at stage 1.
    Cobb Tuned x6 N55 | Custom Catless downpipe | K&N drop in

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bulldog x6 Click here to enlarge
    Click here to enlarge and if the AP doesnt work for some reason, the N55 Stage 1 JB works well if you only want to stay at stage 1.
    I doubt I'll be staying at stage 1. The JB4 Stage 2 works on the X1 as well, so one way or another, something will be going on by spring Click here to enlarge

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    Cobb Tuned x6 N55 is a test version? What versions of software does it work?

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