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Old 07-21-2010, 11:36 PM   #1
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Default Dinan M42 Throttle Body and DME

Picked the TB up a little while back to see if it could be made to work on the M44. It came with the dinan flashed DME and a VAF/MAF meter. I don't feel like messing with it, so it needs to go.

$250 shipped for all 3 parts. I will consider selling seperately.
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Old 07-22-2010, 12:09 AM   #2
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I should also add I'm open to trades for parts... I need a auto flywheel...
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Old 07-22-2010, 07:49 AM   #3
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how do you know its Dinan?? i don't see the Stamped DINAN on the butterfly.
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Check list: S52 swap, manual transmission swap, 3.25 LSD with M Coupe diff cover, SuperSprint muffler, M3 style mirrors, AFE intake, ASC delete, M50 Manifold swap, UUC strut bar, ZHP lighted knob, Vaders, M-tech interior, OEM armrest, AC Schintzer front lip, AC Schnitzer rear spoiler, Roof spoiler, 18'' rims, M3 front drilled brakes, LED interior lights, 3 spoke Euro style steering wheel, OEM roof spoiler and bike holder, Thule fairing, Euro tail lights, oil pressure guage, carbon fiber hood painted to original paint (still showing CF weaving), what's next to do...?
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Old 07-22-2010, 12:19 PM   #4
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It's stamped on there. Look closely. And here are some better pics...
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AH! Perfect. Just wanted it to be clarified cuz ppl will ask you. This is a nice addition for the M42. I'd jump on it if i still had the M44.
good luck with sale.
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Marv's 332ti is in the werks. Stay tuned ya'll ...

Check list: S52 swap, manual transmission swap, 3.25 LSD with M Coupe diff cover, SuperSprint muffler, M3 style mirrors, AFE intake, ASC delete, M50 Manifold swap, UUC strut bar, ZHP lighted knob, Vaders, M-tech interior, OEM armrest, AC Schintzer front lip, AC Schnitzer rear spoiler, Roof spoiler, 18'' rims, M3 front drilled brakes, LED interior lights, 3 spoke Euro style steering wheel, OEM roof spoiler and bike holder, Thule fairing, Euro tail lights, oil pressure guage, carbon fiber hood painted to original paint (still showing CF weaving), what's next to do...?
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Pm'd you.
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Michael is a great seller.. can't wait to put this on.
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Michael is a great seller.. can't wait to put this on.
That's not what you said in the pm!
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Michael is a great seller.. can't wait to put this on.
damn dude. you're buying parts left and right. I can't wait to see your ti put all together after you install all the parts i see you snatching up haha. show us what you got ...
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Marv's 332ti is in the werks. Stay tuned ya'll ...

Check list: S52 swap, manual transmission swap, 3.25 LSD with M Coupe diff cover, SuperSprint muffler, M3 style mirrors, AFE intake, ASC delete, M50 Manifold swap, UUC strut bar, ZHP lighted knob, Vaders, M-tech interior, OEM armrest, AC Schintzer front lip, AC Schnitzer rear spoiler, Roof spoiler, 18'' rims, M3 front drilled brakes, LED interior lights, 3 spoke Euro style steering wheel, OEM roof spoiler and bike holder, Thule fairing, Euro tail lights, oil pressure guage, carbon fiber hood painted to original paint (still showing CF weaving), what's next to do...?
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That's not what you said in the pm!

Yeah, well you did give me a bit of a scare. At first I didn't scroll down. Hahaha


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damn dude. you're buying parts left and right. I can't wait to see your ti put all together after you install all the parts i see you snatching up haha. show us what you got ...
I need to get a few more things like the suspension bushings, wheels refinished. Gotta get some paint on the spoilers. One thing at a time, but something always pops up that I wasn't even thinking about.....

Anyway, what type of gains if any will I see with this tb. Is it gonna be restricted by the air meter? Will this sound any different?
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Can I use a cai with this?
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Yeah, well you did give me a bit of a scare. At first I didn't scroll down. Hahaha




I need to get a few more things like the suspension bushings, wheels refinished. Gotta get some paint on the spoilers. One thing at a time, but something always pops up that I wasn't even thinking about.....

Anyway, what type of gains if any will I see with this tb. Is it gonna be restricted by the air meter? Will this sound any different?

hmm, you will see better throttle responses. It will be a little more torquey. It allows like 8% more air flow. On a OBD I, I think you'll see like 10hp i think but the numbers are on the Dinan website. I don't think there is an air meter available for the M42 though. I think you'll be able to take out the chip in the ECU you just bought and snap it in yours so you can keep your original ECU.
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Marv's 332ti is in the werks. Stay tuned ya'll ...

Check list: S52 swap, manual transmission swap, 3.25 LSD with M Coupe diff cover, SuperSprint muffler, M3 style mirrors, AFE intake, ASC delete, M50 Manifold swap, UUC strut bar, ZHP lighted knob, Vaders, M-tech interior, OEM armrest, AC Schintzer front lip, AC Schnitzer rear spoiler, Roof spoiler, 18'' rims, M3 front drilled brakes, LED interior lights, 3 spoke Euro style steering wheel, OEM roof spoiler and bike holder, Thule fairing, Euro tail lights, oil pressure guage, carbon fiber hood painted to original paint (still showing CF weaving), what's next to do...?
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I'm pretty sure the chip is programmed for more advance with the lower intake air temps of a CAI.
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Platanos...please tell me about those wheels. Nice!
Oh, and post sale bump...
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