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      11-29-2020, 07:03 PM   #1
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Hey guys, so I am interested in getting an m3. I already have a e64 m6 convertible well maintained and only 30,000k miles on it. I don't really have a problem with the smg. I have figured out a way to drive it and it be smooth and not jerky. But I was wondering if anyone knows of a tune for the smg on the e46 to get quicker shifts? And I will post some of the photos of the m3 I am thing of buying below. Thanks again for anyone help.
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Hey guys, so I am interested in getting an m3. I already have a e64 m6 convertible well maintained and only 30,000k miles on it. I don't really have a problem with the smg. I have figured out a way to drive it and it be smooth and not jerky. But I was wondering if anyone knows of a tune for the smg on the e46 to get quicker shifts? And I will post some of the photos of the m3 I am thing of buying below. Thanks again for anyone help.
The Build Journal B-Spec tune has some options for SMG and I would think the tune itself will help with what you want. On sale now! (Not affiliated in any way)


https://thebuildjournal.com/shop/bmw...3-tune-b-spec/


SMG only options:
CSL SMG Shifting / Rev Matching (Recommended)
SMG Inertia Update (Recommended)
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Hey guys, so I am interested in getting an m3. I already have a e64 m6 convertible well maintained and only 30,000k miles on it. I don't really have a problem with the smg. I have figured out a way to drive it and it be smooth and not jerky. But I was wondering if anyone knows of a tune for the smg on the e46 to get quicker shifts? And I will post some of the photos of the m3 I am thing of buying below. Thanks again for anyone help.
The Build Journal B-Spec tune has some options for SMG and I would think the tune itself will help with what you want. On sale now! (Not affiliated in any way)


https://thebuildjournal.com/shop/bmw...3-tune-b-spec/


SMG only options:
CSL SMG Shifting / Rev Matching (Recommended)
SMG Inertia Update (Recommended)
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Originally Posted by Mishamasini View Post
Hey guys, so I am interested in getting an m3. I already have a e64 m6 convertible well maintained and only 30,000k miles on it. I don't really have a problem with the smg. I have figured out a way to drive it and it be smooth and not jerky. But I was wondering if anyone knows of a tune for the smg on the e46 to get quicker shifts? And I will post some of the photos of the m3 I am thing of buying below. Thanks again for anyone help.
The Build Journal B-Spec tune has some options for SMG and I would think the tune itself will help with what you want. On sale now! (Not affiliated in any way)


https://thebuildjournal.com/shop/bmw...3-tune-b-spec/


SMG only options:
CSL SMG Shifting / Rev Matching (Recommended)
SMG Inertia Update (Recommended)

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