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      12-28-2019, 10:15 AM   #771
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The plastic rivets are every where that's labeled with a "2". It's easy to not see the one up at top if you don't happen to look in the right place with sufficient light. The metal hook thingy is 5 and 6 (easy to remove with a large allen wrench after you pop the plastic cap off). There's also the plastic hook labeled "3". That fella is a bit annoying as you have to get something really thin under the rivet to pop it out.
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      12-29-2019, 07:15 PM   #773
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Coming from my E90 M3 with enhanced premium sound the HK system in the M2C is shockingly bad. Took me about 5 seconds with it on to realize its terrible, its actually offensice to my ears. For a $60K car I expect a alot better. Anyway..

I coded out ASD on my 2020 M2C, creates an annoying hiss / faint buzz through the speakers which I can hear when I open the car door and sit down in the drivers seat. However if I then turn the car off, make sure its fully powered down, then turn it on again it often goes away. Weird.

I have the ASD bypass cable on my desk ready to install.
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      12-29-2019, 07:33 PM   #774
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Coming from my E90 M3 with enhanced premium sound the HK system in the M2C is shockingly bad. Took me about 5 seconds with it on to realize its terrible, its actually offensice to my ears. For a $60K car I expect a alot better. Anyway..

I coded out ASD on my 2020 M2C, creates an annoying hiss / faint buzz through the speakers which I can hear when I open the car door and sit down in the drivers seat. However if I then turn the car off, make sure its fully powered down, then turn it on again it often goes away. Weird.

I have the ASD bypass cable on my desk ready to install.
Unplug the speaker behind the iDrive screen, it will help tremendously with the sound quality. That center speaker BLOWS.
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      12-30-2019, 06:27 AM   #775
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Is coding or the harness the better way to do this?
If the harness - link or product item # pls?
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      12-30-2019, 07:01 AM   #776
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I coded out ASD on my 2020 M2C, creates an annoying hiss / faint buzz through the speakers which I can hear when I open the car door and sit down in the drivers seat. However if I then turn the car off, make sure its fully powered down, then turn it on again it often goes away. Weird.
Seems to indicate the following is not 100% true?

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Harness only required for 2016. Coding turns ASD off in 2017 and newer model year M2s. Results are identical.
I had the harness on order when OP created this thread, but I will first try bimmercode before installing the harness on my 2017.

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      12-30-2019, 07:57 AM   #777
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Is coding or the harness the better way to do this?
If the harness - link or product item # pls?
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      12-30-2019, 12:07 PM   #778
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Is coding or the harness the better way to do this?
If the harness - link or product item # pls?
Tom, if you find yourself in Cary I'll be happy to code your car for you. Or you can stop by my work (in Raleigh) whichever is more convenient.

PM me.
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Seems to indicate the following is not 100% true?



I had the harness on order when OP created this thread, but I will first try bimmercode before installing the harness on my 2017.
In my experience, coding is not the same. Unless there is an issue with my amp which i highly doubt. bri1042's earlier post explains the technical details pretty well I think.
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Tom, if you find yourself in Cary I'll be happy to code your car for you. Or you can stop by my work (in Raleigh) whichever is more convenient.

PM me.
Just did and ty v much for the offer!
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Finally installed ASD Bypass today. 30 Minute install as described. My 18 did not have the black tray as some have stated. Overall definite improvement. Stereo sounds clearer, engine sounds coming from exhaust where they belong. However am noticing some aggravating squeaks I never heard before because ASD must have covered them up. No big deal. Will have to chase them down.
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      01-31-2020, 06:30 AM   #782
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ASD bypass harness and burbles

If I install the ASD bypass harness will it disable burbles like coding out ASD does? I currently am BM3 stage 1 and I know coding out ASD turns them off so I was wondering if the harness disabled burbles as well.

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      01-31-2020, 06:35 AM   #783
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My harness did not disable them and there's not really any reason it would - unless fake burbles are part of ASD (I didn't really have it active long enough to know)
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Does harness disable burbles?
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      01-31-2020, 08:46 AM   #785
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Does harness disable burbles?
In the exhaust...? No.
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      01-31-2020, 08:52 AM   #786
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It won't. It's an electrical bypass not an actual coding disable
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      05-10-2020, 04:28 PM   #787
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So does coding it in ESYS cause issues with the sound system? Can anyone verify?
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      05-11-2020, 07:14 PM   #788
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So does coding it in ESYS cause issues with the sound system? Can anyone verify?
It shouldn't
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      05-17-2020, 09:59 AM   #789
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Do you wonder what the car sounds like with ASD disabled?

Drive in comfort. AFAIK ASD is totally disabled in comfort.

Yeah, the exhaust flap opens differently so in sport/sport+ the exhaust note and burbles will make the car sound a bit more in certain situations. But for testing what a disabled ASD does... just drive in comfort mode and it's turned off.
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