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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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Had your JBD on my 335d and really liked the added kick.
I was wondering if you have any comparison or pros/cons with your new product versus the new Dinan product the Dinantronics Sport Tuner.
I am looking for something to add a little extra to my 2014 x3 335i.
Thanks....
 

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Had your JBD on my 335d and really liked the added kick.
I was wondering if you have any comparison or pros/cons with your new product versus the new Dinan product the Dinantronics Sport Tuner.
I am looking for something to add a little extra to my 2014 x3 335i.
Thanks....
It's a one channel tuner similar to the other options out there. Benefits include the $100 lower cost, easier install (no need to zip-tie box somewhere), easy adjustment without the need for a device, and the ability to trade it in to BMS towards a JB4 if you decide to upgrade some day. It's water resistant and has no issues with car washes. I'd probably remove it before spray washing the engine though just to play it safe.
 

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It's a one channel tuner similar to the other options out there. Benefits include the $100 lower cost, easier install (no need to zip-tie box somewhere), easy adjustment without the need for a device, and the ability to trade it in to BMS towards a JB4 if you decide to upgrade some day. It's water resistant and has no issues with car washes. I'd probably remove it before spray washing the engine though just to play it safe.
I'm old school; understand tuning kits, but have no experience using one. What are the trade offs (pros/cons) of installing this unit on a 2012 X3 3.5 with sport package? For those of you who have installed one of these any comments (e.g., driveability, reliability, impact on drivetrain components, etc)?

Not looking to shake up the world, but a little extra hp would be nice.

I assume from your post above that this will work on a 2012 X3 3.5 with sport, and other, packages.

Thanks in advance for any/all assistance.
 

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I'm old school; understand tuning kits, but have no experience using one. What are the trade offs (pros/cons) of installing this unit on a 2012 X3 3.5 with sport package? For those of you who have installed one of these any comments (e.g., driveability, reliability, impact on drivetrain components, etc)?

Not looking to shake up the world, but a little extra hp would be nice.

I assume from your post above that this will work on a 2012 X3 3.5 with sport, and other, packages.

Thanks in advance for any/all assistance.
No cons whatsoever ... Noticeable power increase for less than $199

I suggest you give it a try, we offer 14 days money back guarante
If you dont like it return in

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I'm a newbie and have a question, what is a whq/wtq, any difference from hq and tq?
HP and TQ are the power at the crank
a 335 is rated 300 HP from the factory. All factories rank power using HP and TQ

WHP and WTQ are the power at the wheel. This is the power you get when car is on a dyno
A 335 rated at 300 HP at the crank will do around 265 WHP
 

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I've never really understood why people pay so much attention to HP because in real world driving it means so little. Whereas torque means everything....
 

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I just ordered one of the JB+ tuners from Mike today. I had a few questions which Mike answered to my satisfaction. I should have it in a few days and will post a review. Looking forward to the added HP and torque.

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HP and TQ are the power at the crank
a 335 is rated 300 HP from the factory. All factories rank power using HP and TQ

WHP and WTQ are the power at the wheel. This is the power you get when car is on a dyno
A 335 rated at 300 HP at the crank will do around 265 WHP
Thanks for the clarification
 

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HP and TQ are the power at the crank
a 335 is rated 300 HP from the factory. All factories rank power using HP and TQ

WHP and WTQ are the power at the wheel. This is the power you get when car is on a dyno
A 335 rated at 300 HP at the crank will do around 265 WHP
Isn't an 11% drivetrain loss pretty optimistic for RWD? I've seen the low teens quoted usually (15% to be conservative in fact), with up to 20% when it's AWD.
 

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I've been running the N20 JB+ for a few days now in daily driving. I'm running 92 octane and about 80% of the maximum boost. The install was just as easy as advertised. I took it easy for the first couple of days to allow the ECU to adapt and then... In short, it's a serious kick in the pants. I don't have any 0-60 times or dyno info, but once you hit around 2500 rpm it makes a major difference, especially in torque. Major improvements according to butt-dyno and grin-o-meter.

I have a few sections of my daily commute that I used for a before and after. Flooring it on a gradual turn from a dead stop was the most dramatic. The additional torque and power brought the revs up much quicker and caused a major change in the chassis response and the required steering inputs. I was at a much higher speed before finishing the turn. The next major improvement was hammering it on a straight short on-ramp to a freeway. I got up to significantly higher speed at the end of the ramp. Passing has similar gains.

There are no abrupt transitions in power delivery; of course, as expected, the power curve is steeper and the rpms come up faster due to the improved acceleration. And no CEL's or other negative effects so far.

My prior experience was with flash ECU tunes on the Audi 2.0T engine; this feels stronger, especially on low-end torque.

An unexpected improvement in drivability comes when I need a quick burst of acceleration. Before, in several situations I had to wait on a downshift. With the extra power and torque, acceleration is more substantial in the pause before the downshift. This has made driving in freeway traffic much nicer. In fact, if you use sport mode you're usually already in the power band, and the improvement is even stronger.

Of course, I don't know if there are long-term effects regarding wear-and-tear, but I ran my Audi tunes for 2 years and 4 years with no ill effects, and this is a milder tune than those.

Two thumbs up. :thumbup: :thumbup: This is a heck of a value for $200. Maybe the best I've seen, and I've been modding cars for 40 years. I get a grin every time I dip deep into the accelerator.
 
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