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      09-16-2013, 01:26 AM   #1
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335i , do you know a place for installing JB4 in Houston?

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JB4 is really simple to install.. especially stage 1.
shows how basic it is.

I have not done the stage2 though, but I hear it is simple as well.
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Speak to Ted or Ned. I don't know if they specifically install JB4 but they have lots of tune options. They are a great shop for performance parts and labor is not super expensive.
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Any shop worth anything should be able to it.

That said, if you can follow instructions you should be able to do it very easily. Stage 1 is literally easier than plugging in your cable box/satellite to your tv.

Stage 2 requires slightly more as you have to tap into two CAN wires and ground and power the unit. But if you can follow instructions it should take an additional 10 mins the first time you do it (the CAN wires are the first two of the appropriate color from the right side - that's not explicitly stated but shown).
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      09-16-2013, 08:44 PM   #5
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Any shop worth anything should be able to it.

That said, if you can follow instructions you should be able to do it very easily. Stage 1 is literally easier than plugging in your cable box/satellite to your tv.

Stage 2 requires slightly more as you have to tap into two CAN wires and ground and power the unit. But if you can follow instructions it should take an additional 10 mins the first time you do it (the CAN wires are the first two of the appropriate color from the right side - that's not explicitly stated but shown).
it's a Stage 2
i prefer to go to a professional i guess
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