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schiavonec 08-15-2017 03:28 PM

DASC install manual needed
 
Hello,

new to the forum and BMW. I recently purchased a 97ti with a M44 that has a DASC. It did not come with an install manual. Does anyone have one in electronic form? I am looking to evaluate the crank case ventilation routing and this differs from stock form.

Thanks,

Chris

cmoore 08-15-2017 07:39 PM

dasc install
 
Contact Jim at Downing Atlanta. They are very helpful and should be able to email you a pdf. Just make sure he knows exactly which m42 or M44 versions you have. If he can't help I may be able to find one, depending on what year.

schiavonec 08-15-2017 09:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cmoore (Post 385910)
Contact Jim at Downing Atlanta. They are very helpful and should be able to email you a pdf. Just make sure he knows exactly which m42 or M44 versions you have. If he can't help I may be able to find one, depending on what year.

Thank you for the expeditious reply!

I left a voice message this am, and will follow up within a day or so if I don't hear back. I did not have a contact name so it may take a bit longer. I have a 97 with the M44. I am not clear on the model of the SC, but will take another look after work.

cmoore 08-15-2017 10:57 PM

I know I have the 97+ M44 manual. If you give me an email address , I can forward it to you.

schiavonec 09-01-2017 04:21 AM

Thanks for the offer. I was able to get it from the previous owner. I am still trouble shooting some vacuum and/or intake issues. There are stutters in the 2000 to the 2800 rpm range.

The PO did some valve work, the exhaust is also a larger diameter than stock, the SC pulley is the smallest available and the car has a performance chip. I've replaced some hoses, clamps, etc., and it has gotten better, but this is mildly annoying, and I want to get it perfectly smooth.

I believe the crank case valve is in need of replacement too and that will occur this weekend as it just arrived.

The other item to address is a lower than normal idle for the first 1-2 minutes, etc. Once up to standard running temp it is fine. The forum advice is a bit all over the board, and without seeing/feeling/hearing it, it perhaps isn't realistic to diagnose the issue from a keyboard.

Thanks again, and I hope to contribute to the knowledge base for others too.

edit - pulled everything off can cleaned thoroughly. It runs nicely now. It could have been a dirty MAF sensor.

E30-M3 09-09-2017 02:13 PM

Sound like the chip is not for the system. Might need some dyno tuning to get running properly and have a proper tune for the DASC.

1996 328ti 09-09-2017 10:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by schiavonec (Post 385905)
Hello,

new to the forum and BMW. I recently purchased a 97ti with a M44 that has a DASC. It did not come with an install manual. Does anyone have one in electronic form? I am looking to evaluate the crank case ventilation routing and this differs from stock form.

Thanks,

Chris

If anyone needs one laterhttp://www.318ti.org/files/showentry.php?e=21&catid=1


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