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BNR tune kit
#1

basically is this kit a 1 time use, and on only 1 Vanderhall and is it worth the money.....?
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(08-18-2019, 05:18 PM)Lewen77 Wrote:  basically is this kit a 1 time use, and on only 1 Vanderhall and is it worth the money.....?

Hey Lewen77, I moved this thread to the Tuning & Engine Management forum since it didn't really belong in the vehicles for sale forum. 

If the BNR tune is anything like a Cobb Accessport is for Mazda/Subaru/Ford vehicles, you "marry" the device to the vehicle, which allows it to be used only on that vehicle, and if you sell the vehicle, or want to sell the tuner, you can "unmarry" the device from the vehicle, which allows it to be remarried to another vehicle.

I've also heard really good things about the BNR tune. The transmission adjustments alone would be worth it in my opinion.
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#3

So...wondering if you got the tune and how you like it?

Also, do you know if it affects warranty?

Thanks!
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#4

I haven't gotten it yet, but I think it's the next purchase I'm going to make.
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(09-18-2019, 01:38 PM)HubertCucumberdale Wrote:  I haven't gotten it yet, but I think it's the next purchase I'm going to make.
I didn't get the BNR (It wasn't available yet) I bought the Vanderhal Parts Tune. As stated the tuner Marries itself to your VIN. You can use the tune and switch back to stock. TOTALLY WORTH IT. Turns the VV into a rocket ship!
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#6

I've seen only good comments about the BNR tune, but I was told it voids the warranty on engine and transmission and the mod can be detected even if you revert the installation. Causes me some pause! Maybe the bump shift is good enough.

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2019 Venice GT
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