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I am new to the site and the proud new owner of a 2019 Turbo R. I have read several post on the lower doors and there seems to be a myriad of opinions of the best door option. I guess i would like an opinion on the BRP doors. I know they are nearly double the cost of knock off brands, but i am one that would rather wait until i can afford something rather buying junk. Would also like an opinion on tuners. I really appreciate everyone's opinion. Looks like a great bunch of people on this site. thanks
 

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BRP lower doors fit great and seal really well.

Dynojet programmer canned tunes work well and if you want more you can buy tunes from Whalen Speed, PWR Tune, After Market Assains. The programmer also gives you gauges on its screen. The other alternative requires you to send in your ecu and then its locked and you have to send it back in for upgrades. Dynojet PVCX and PV3 allow you to pull codes, go back to stock tune at any time and upgrade tunes easily.
 

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I run the BRP lower doors. Have no issues with them and what I like is the plastic matches the the Lowe section of the X3.

I would also look into the new BRP door skins that come with actual door handles inside and out. My friend got them and they are really nice.

I have been running the Dynojet tuner with no issues. Probably have close to 2000 miles with the tuner. As Mega states if you want more there are several timers that sell tunes that load right on to the Dynojet tuner.


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I have a stage 4 lwi on a 18 turbo R XRS and all I can say is holy ****. Entirely too much fun. It’s for the full evo Pipe as well. Evolution Motorsports killed it with this tune and set up. Not worried about stock stuff breaking and it’s just badass. One comment I will make is that here in CO at my altitude (7-8k ft) it doesn’t like sitting at low Rpms for a long time, so if your doing a lot of crawling I would use caution. You also need a BOV. I have a agency.
 

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You can also get the evo map tunerx it also allows you to install, change tunes it comes with 5 tunes stg 1. 2. ,2-r , 3 and 3-r you can also reset codes check for codes. You can data log if you need to also you can get the program that will allow you to program your keys from performance to valet and you have the ability to buy additional tunes that evo has developed, kms in phoenix also has the dynojet with his 91 octane tune thats supposed to be pretty good, Im an evo guy so have their cat delete and tunes with the map tunerx been running a 2-r tune but were doing a multi day ride so I need more mpg so just dialed it back to stg. 1 Ill see what I get for milage and figure out what I need Ill take my tuner with me
 
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