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Hi, I'm buying a nanocom for my P38 and I was hoping to go halves with a mate who has an L322 (TDV6 2002 as per title) but I can't seem to find a nanocom for that model or an unlock code.
Am I being thick or do BBS just not cover that model?
thanks!
Morat
 

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How about contacting BBS to see what they cover? Unless they have changed how they do business you won;t find any codes for their gear until AFTER you purchase and have access to their support systems.
 

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They list the code unlocks on their site, but the rest of the site isn't that useful. However, now I've ordered the Nanocom for my P38 I've got email addresses for their sales team. So, I'll ask :)
 

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BBS don't do a Nanocom for early L322 - if they did, I'd have bought the unlock for my P38A Nanocom. At the moment, I'll be using my T4 as soon as I can make a DTC0065A Red J1962 Connector. I could buy the L322 software for my Faultmate MSV bit it's a bit out of my price range at the moment.
 

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I was also surprised at the cost of adding our MkIII to the Faultmate, so never bothered.
I use a TekPro and RSW stuff for that and the Discovery
 

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Re my post above, I made up a DTC0065A Red J1962 Connector for my T4 from information supplied by a bloke on the MG Rover forum. I also have a GAP IID Tool and the Faultmate L322 software. I leave the GAP in the car- it's not the BT version so it needs a good Message Centre. Mine is as I've replaced the ribbon cable in the instrument panel. Of the three, I prefer Faultmate.
 
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