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      01-25-2020, 03:12 PM   #45
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I'd like to share my view as you asked

Display will be nice,display-less it's ok if cheaper
As long is a flawless and well tested solution comes available for sale asap I'm happy

For me will be nice have something to install and forget
And not with too many and complicated features.

My preference is OPF delete and valve control

I'm not going to buy with M-tax on top

I hope this makes sense
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      01-25-2020, 04:15 PM   #46
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Must be OPF delete and cat delete as well, valve control would be nice but not a most. Personally I'm not interested in a display but one could always tuck it in somewhere discretely.
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      01-27-2020, 06:52 AM   #47
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Hi folks,

another M2C installed the OPF-Delete wire to the DataDisplay Controller and is happy.
No erros, no continious regeneration of the OPF (which is the most tricky part).
Some hundrets of kilometers have been tested with a lot different driving scenarios without a problem.
So the solution looks to work 100%.
Software will be released as soon as the selling can go on (stopped because of EU electrical waste law).

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Hi folks,

another M2C installed the OPF-Delete wire to the DataDisplay Controller and is happy.
No erros, no continious regeneration of the OPF (which is the most tricky part).
Some hundrets of kilometers have been tested with a lot different driving scenarios without a problem.
So the solution looks to work 100%.
Software will be released as soon as the selling can go on (stopped because of EU electrical waste law).

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Hello Alex,

Thanks for the update

Where is going to be possible to buy this?
Can you post a link?

Cheers
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      01-27-2020, 07:25 AM   #49
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Hi folks,

another M2C installed the OPF-Delete wire to the DataDisplay Controller and is happy.
No erros, no continious regeneration of the OPF (which is the most tricky part).
Some hundrets of kilometers have been tested with a lot different driving scenarios without a problem.
So the solution looks to work 100%.
Software will be released as soon as the selling can go on (stopped because of EU electrical waste law).

BR
Alex
I'm wondering how can be possible that the ECU starts the regeneration if you remove the filters, it's not a diesel engine. No filters -> no backpressure flow -> no regeneration -> limp mode. Am I missing something?
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      01-27-2020, 09:00 AM   #50
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I'm wondering how can be possible that the ECU starts the regeneration if you remove the filters, it's not a diesel engine. No filters -> no backpressure flow -> no regeneration -> limp mode. Am I missing something?
No no.
If you just remove the OPF there is no regeneration, thats right.
But if you go and work on a OPF-Delete solution, the M2C OPF mapping is very sensitiv. Means, if you have a solution without limp-mode that does not mean that it works And that was the tricky part, not to have regeneration all the time. I think that is the hardest part for other solutions, without the "top secret" opf mapping tables (in which scenarios the opf should have which pressure) it will be a work for months or years to have it perfectly.
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I just received an update from AK,it seems that the displays are going to be available again from the 13th,no mention of the OPF though
Fingers crossed for this to be the solution we are all looking for
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I just received an update from AK,it seems that the displays are going to be available again from the 13th,no mention of the OPF though
Fingers crossed for this to be the solution we are all looking for
It's the solution as I'm using it without any issues without opf and also removed the sport cats just wait and enjoy 😜
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It's the solution as I'm using it without any issues without opf and also removed the sport cats just wait and enjoy 😜
I just ordered this
now it's time to buy an exhaust,I think I'll go with the AA midpipe again and stock backbox
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I wanted to stay warranty friendly as possible, so looking at this with just the exhaust flap control only, but at 500 euro it didn’t seem competitively priced to other options.
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I wanted to stay warranty friendly as possible, so looking at this with just the exhaust flap control only, but at 500 euro it didn't seem competitively priced to other options.
Ak motion cost less than 400€ I think
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Today I received the parcel from AK


Can't wait to buy an exhaust and have all this fitted at the same time
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      02-24-2020, 02:04 PM   #57
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Today I received the parcel from AK


Can't wait to buy an exhaust and have all this fitted at the same time
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Today I received the parcel from AK


Can't wait to buy an exhaust and have all this fitted at the same time
Funny, they told me it is not available yet with the cable for OPF delete.
I looked on there site and the option is not available yet. 🤷*♂️
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I don't know what to say man
this is what I received

tbh I don't know what I'm looking at

I see a display and a few wires

I hope all this will make sense for the guy that will install this

I've been told by Alex from AK that the OPF harnesses were included in my parcel
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Funny, they told me it is not available yet with the cable for OPF delete.
I looked on there site and the option is not available yet. 🤷*♂️
Hi,
that's right, not official available yet.
Too many orders after our relaunch (because we had to wait for an electronic registration).
OPF Harness is in progress and the installation instruction is almost done (preview in german can be found in the wiki).

You can also make the cable set yourself, we don't want to make money with it, but we have to charge something for the effort and material.

This weekend we will update the store, add the OPF-Delete option at the product page and translate the installation instruction.
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Hi,
that's right, not official available yet.
Too many orders after our relaunch (because we had to wait for an electronic registration).
OPF Harness is in progress and the installation instruction is almost done (preview in german can be found in the wiki).

You can also make the cable set yourself, we don't want to make money with it, but we have to charge something for the effort and material.

This weekend we will update the store, add the OPF-Delete option at the product page and translate the installation instruction.
Can i delete the engine error after removing the OPFs with this harness?
http://datadisplay.store/en/accessor...e-harness.html
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Can i delete the engine error after removing the OPFs with this harness?
http://datadisplay.store/en/accessor...e-harness.html
Yes, after installing the harness you can delete the error codes.
This may need an ignition switch (delete codes, ignition off, ignition on) but it will be deleted and never come back as long as there is no wire/connection problem with the DataDisplay Controller.
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Hi,
that's right, not official available yet.
Too many orders after our relaunch (because we had to wait for an electronic registration).
OPF Harness is in progress and the installation instruction is almost done (preview in german can be found in the wiki).

You can also make the cable set yourself, we don't want to make money with it, but we have to charge something for the effort and material.

This weekend we will update the store, add the OPF-Delete option at the product page and translate the installation instruction.
Can i delete the engine error after removing the OPFs with this harness?
http://datadisplay.store/en/accessor...e-harness.html
Yes you will never see back the transmission error on the screen. 100% tested for a few thousand of km
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AK Motion OPF delete works. I installed it today
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what about the cat's?
can the cat's be removed and an open downpipe be installed with the OPF delete?

i want to remove the OPF's and the cat's and install an AA mid pipe with open donwpipes, but if i remove the cats will i get a code?

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