I contacted these guys, yes it's a cheap solution but requires a lot of machine work, specially removing the welds from the pinion and re-welding it again.Yep (( but I found a cheap solution - racing diffs lsd conversion set. It's not the same lake lsd, but it works. So now I'm waiting this set for my 335d diff
Yep, my friend did this job. He has 335i Mt with big welded diff. He rewelded his diff. but installing lsd is more expensiveI contacted these guys, yes it's a cheap solution but requires a lot of machine work, specially removing the welds from the pinion and re-welding it again.
i wasn't really happy about it, but if you're going to do it please document it or share with us as that would be very helpful.
You can find cheap 2.81 from 540i or 530D e39 diff if you are in Europe you can find this for very cheap.Damn it, so adding LSD would be expensive also
I bought a 335is Harness is there any re pin required ?? I thought it’s just plug and play for the trans harnessThanks to everyone's previous efforts, I just completed the DCT with M3 GTS flash swap on my 2010 auto 335i. I'm using the MFactory lightweight flywheel, M3 diff and axles with carbon fiber driveshaft. Everything was pretty straight forward. I did have some issues with another install of ncsexpert that I thought I removed. Ncexpert and NCS Dummy were looking at two different work folders. I had to swap pin 8 of x6031 to pin 10 on the trans harness for it to correctly communicate P/N position.
I only swapped the DCT, GWS, center console with drivelogic switch so far. Coded Kombi, DSC, JBBF and CAS. I have all 6 modes of drivelogic in manual mode. I have some tuning issues to work out before I can run it hard but shifts great through all gears at mid and part throttle. I looked up the SZL and I believe the one currently in the car will allow adjustable launch control. I'll verify in the next few days. Again, thanks for the efforts of everyone involved in this project! Feels like a new car!!
For real or are you joking ?