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      09-21-2012, 10:58 PM   #1
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Thumbs up European Auto Source

I decided to drop by EAS in order to get European MDM on my car. Standard MDM is too intrusive IMO, so I always run TC off at the track. However, a close call with the wall in the Nascar bank at 150 mph at Autoclub Speedway made me want to use TC at least on this one track, but I wanted something slightly more liberal than US MDM.

Tom completed the European MDM work for me in just minutes, and also completed a bunch of other small stuff for me quickly too. I think he was done in like, 5-10 minutes. Price was great too. Just wanted to give a shout out to EAS and say thanks as always for helping me out, despite me being a difficult guy to schedule in.

Stuff I got done:

-European MDM

-Remove Obnoxiously Immediate Seabelt BONGBONGBONG

-Close Windows with Key

-Fold Mirrors With Key

-Close Windows With Comfort Access

-Fold Mirrors With Comfort Access

-Disable Window Roll Up Stop When Door Is Open Thingymabobber

-Disable iDrive Message Of Death Destruction And Doom On Start-Up

-Remove Speed Correction Factor

-Amber Corner Light No Longer Always On And In Your Face

-Fuel Reserve Warning Moved from 1/4 To 1/8 Fuel Left

-Wipers Don't Stop In the Middle Of Nowhere When You Turn Off Car

-Navigation Has Gas Station Suggestions



Guess you guys might be staying late again if I get those other wheels from you guys. Eeek.

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      09-22-2012, 01:37 PM   #2
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Very cool. Surprise you haven't done the coding already.
I also like your LM-R!
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you driving with TC off? since when?
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      09-22-2012, 05:38 PM   #4
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Very cool. Surprise you haven't done the coding already.
I also like your LM-R!
I had gotten DVD inMotion done previously due to a long trip coming up (which took 10 seconds using their AutoLogic) but I hadn't had all this extra side stuff done.

Thanks. I'm still getting used to the wheels, but they do look nice.

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you driving with TC off? since when?
Good question.
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LM-R What did you need to get use to? Didn't like them originally?
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LM-R What did you need to get use to? Didn't like them originally?
Haha, I'm just not originally a multi-piece wheel kind of guy. Also, I've only had one set of BBS's prior (CH's), with all other wheels that I've ever bought coming from Volk Racing. The BSS multi-piece thing is just taking a little getting used to, but at least I accomplished my goal of wanting to try something that isn't a Volk monoblock for once.
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      09-24-2012, 11:45 AM   #7
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Good seeing you again, glad you made it back to CA safely.

Let me know when ready for the dyno, or we'll simply see each other on the track soon!
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