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Finally our popular and well proven JB+ quick install tuner is available for N20, N26, and N55 applications! Boost is user adjustable up to 4psi over stock providing gains up to 25 wheel horsepower and 35 wheel torque on the N20/N26 motor and up to 35 wheel horsepower and 45 wheel torque on the N55 motor. Timing and fueling remains managed seamlessly by the DME preserving all factory safety systems.

While the JB4 is the ultimate tuning tool the JB+ is a quick and simple way to add a few HP with minimal cost and minimal install effort. Something that anyone can buy, install in under a minute, and really feel from the drivers seat. Compared to our Stage1 tune it offers a lower cost and easier install but lacks the additional benefits of MAP sensor control and data logging. Depending on the settings and conditions expect a little less horsepower than the Stage1 all else being equal.

Fuel economy during normal driving is unchanged. Compatible with both pneumatic and electronic wastegate vehicles and all driving modes. Automatically detects the engine type upon installation allowing the same unit to be used for any F series N20, N26, or N55 application! Not available for sale/use within California.



N55 Applications:

BMW 1 Series
• 2011+ E87 135i
• 2011+ E82 135i
• 2012+ N55 BMW F20 F21 M135

BMW 2 Series
• 2014+ N55 BMW F22/F23 M235i

BMW 3 Series
• 2011+ N55 BMW E90 E91 E92 E93 335i/xi
• 2012+ N55 BMW F30 F31 335i/xi
• 2013+ N55 BMW F34 335i xDrive GT

BMW 4 Series
• 2014+ F32 F33 F36 Coupe 435i / 435xi

BMW 5 Series
• 2010+ F07 535i GT
• 2011+ F10 F11 535i / 535xi

BMW 6 Series
• 2011+ F13 640 Coupe
• 2011+ F12 640 Convertible
• 2012+ F06 640 Gran Coupe

BMW X Series
• 2013+ X1 N55 TwinPower
• 2011+ X3 X5 X6 N55 TwinPower

N20 / N26 Applications:

BMW 2 Series:
• 2014+ 2 Series F22/F23 220i / 228i N20 & N26

BMW 3 Series:
• 2012+ 3 Series F30 320i / 328i N20 & N26

BMW 4 Series:
• 2014+ 4 Series F32/F33/F36 420 / 428 N20 & N26

BMW 5 Series:
• 2011+ 5 Series F10 520 / 528 N20 & N26

BMW X Series
• 2013+ X3 F25 N20

Install Guide
http://burgertuning.com/instructions/f_series_jb_plus.pdf
 

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I'm not familiar with tunes, but am considering getting a plug-n-play tune. How is this different from BMS Stage 1?
 

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I'm not familiar with tunes, but am considering getting a plug-n-play tune. How is this different from BMS Stage 1?
Looks like its easier to install and $179 cheaper.

Also looks like it is down 15 WHP and 15 FT-LB torque (N55 application)

Considering the price - This seems like a no brainer.

Interesting though that Dinan announced something very similar, very recently as well (few more tech features - bluetooth, mobile apps).

http://www.dinancars.com/product/d4...20-n26-n55-engines/?series=4-Series&mid=1164/

But it costs $100 more and provides a hair less performance, so the BMS product is a clear leader here. I'd be interested to hear a review.
 

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Looks like its easier to install and $179 cheaper.

Also looks like it is down 15 WHP and 15 FT-LB torque (N55 application)

Considering the price - This seems like a no brainer.

Interesting though that Dinan announced something very similar, very recently as well (few more tech features - bluetooth, mobile apps).

http://www.dinancars.com/product/d4...20-n26-n55-engines/?series=4-Series&mid=1164/

But it costs $100 more and provides a hair less performance, so the BMS product is a clear leader here. I'd be interested to hear a review.
Hmm, the Stage 1 has plenty of user experience reviews but this is brand new so I'm wondering whether I should just go for the Stage 1 instead. Do you know what the conversion is from hp to whp and tq to wtq for the N20 for the Dinan? About 5 less at the wheel than the crank? Seems like they have the crank values listed on their website.

Edit: the BMS website says Stage 1 no longer available for N20/N26. Anybody know anything about that? Is this JB+ a replacement to the Stage 1?
 

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Hmm, the Stage 1 has plenty of user experience reviews but this is brand new so I'm wondering whether I should just go for the Stage 1 instead. Do you know what the conversion is from hp to whp and tq to wtq for the N20 for the Dinan? About 5 less at the wheel than the crank? Seems like they have the crank values listed on their website.
a 335 with 300 HP at the crank makes 265 at the wheel dyno
So about 12% less (of course different dynos, different numbers but 12% loss is the average)

Dinan have crank listed only, to calculate wheel multiply Dinan number by 0.88
 

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a 335 with 300 HP at the crank makes 265 at the wheel dyno
So about 12% less (of course different dynos, different numbers but 12% loss is the average)

Dinan have crank listed only, to calculate wheel multiply Dinan number by 0.88
Thanks. So, Dinan makes marginally more hp and +9 wtq for 33% extra $$.
 

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Mike, could you piggyback that with another piggy back and turn it down to like 2 lbs of boost? Just asking.
 

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Thanks. So, Dinan makes marginally more hp and +9 wtq for 33% extra $$.
You have that backwards.

I didn't catch that Dinan is listing crank numbers earlier.

For the N55
Dinan says 30HP,40FT-LB
If that is crank, you have to multiple those numbers by .88 to get wheel HP. Which means at the wheels the Dinan product gives you:
26.4HP and 35.2 FT-LB.

The new BMS product gives you 35whp and 45ft-lbs at the wheels.

So for $100 less, you get roughly 10 more whp and wft-lbs than the Dinan product. BMS is the winner here on paper.
 

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Mike, could you piggyback that with another piggy back and turn it down to like 2 lbs of boost? Just asking.
You don't need to. Go to the link in the original post - there is a picture of the inside circuitry. The white and blue wheel is the boost adjustment. Burger's site says that it comes pre-set to 3.5 psi, but you can turn it with a screw driver to adjust it down (all the way to 0 if you want) or up to 4 psi.

Question : to get the stated gains, is that @ the 3.5 preset or 4 psi setting?
 

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You have that backwards.

I didn't catch that Dinan is listing crank numbers earlier.

For the N55
Dinan says 30HP,40FT-LB
If that is crank, you have to multiple those numbers by .88 to get wheel HP. Which means at the wheels the Dinan product gives you:
26.4HP and 35.2 FT-LB.

The new BMS product gives you 35whp and 45ft-lbs at the wheels.

So for $100 less, you get roughly 10 more whp and wft-lbs than the Dinan product. BMS is the winner here on paper.
Nope. Check again for N20 (I have a 328i, not 335i) and you will see that I have the numbers right.

But either way, Mike pointed out earlier that the boost on both is the same (also adjustable on both JB+ and Dinan) so the $100 difference comes down to personal brand preference and product build quality I guess.
 

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Nope. Check again for N20 (I have a 328i, not 335i) and you will see that I have the numbers right.

But either way, Mike pointed out earlier that the boost on both is the same (also adjustable on both JB+ and Dinan) so the $100 difference comes down to personal brand preference and product build quality I guess.
Gotcha - I was confused b/c you replied to a comment that referenced a 335 and 300hp.

I mean you get a few additional bells and whistles with Dinan's product - Bluetooth boost control, is it worth it? Probably not. Although I wonder if the tune is different so that may impact things too.
 

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Nope. Check again for N20 (I have a 328i, not 335i) and you will see that I have the numbers right.

But either way, Mike pointed out earlier that the boost on both is the same (also adjustable on both JB+ and Dinan) so the $100 difference comes down to personal brand preference and product build quality I guess.
the $100 comes down to one thing really, Bluetooth connection that dinan has it and the JB+ does not.

If you think it is worth it then Dinan is for you, if not i dont see any reason someone would get Dinan over the JB+
 

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The stage 1 has 4 connectors, the JB+ only one. What is the stage 1 modifying/reading that the JB+ isn't?
 
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