Tranfering license

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Tranfering license

Post by 86capriasc » Tue Sep 06, 2011 5:56 pm

How do I go about transferring my BE/EA license from my laptop to my new netbook?
1986 ascMclaren #108, 302, GT40P heads, Victor EFI intake, 75mm TB,flipped ceramic shorties, 3.08's, Borla cat-back, TFS 1 Cam, E85, 80lb injectors, home built 70mm Turbo system,blow thru 05+ maf, GUFB, A9L, QH, BE, EA, LC1.

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Re: Transferring license

Post by 86capriasc » Fri Sep 09, 2011 3:28 pm

Anybody??

Or do I have to buy a second license?

Hopefully I can get this taken care of really soon.
1986 ascMclaren #108, 302, GT40P heads, Victor EFI intake, 75mm TB,flipped ceramic shorties, 3.08's, Borla cat-back, TFS 1 Cam, E85, 80lb injectors, home built 70mm Turbo system,blow thru 05+ maf, GUFB, A9L, QH, BE, EA, LC1.

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Re: Tranfering license

Post by pass1over » Fri Sep 09, 2011 4:12 pm

There's an option under register to transfer BE's license. It generates a number that,you have to email to Clint.
'66 Mustang
331/T5 - Vic Jr heads, Comp Cams 280HR, 1.73 rockers, Vic Jr intake, Massfloefi TB, GM 87mm MAF, 36lb injectors, 4.11 gears
346rwhp with carb
QH/BE [GUFB/A9L]

'12 Mustang GT
5.0/6 speed, 3.73 gears, HID's, coil-overs (it's LOW), full Steeda Rear Suspension, Forgestar CF-5 20"

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Re: Tranfering license

Post by 86capriasc » Fri Sep 09, 2011 7:40 pm

Thanks, I emailed the code to him.
1986 ascMclaren #108, 302, GT40P heads, Victor EFI intake, 75mm TB,flipped ceramic shorties, 3.08's, Borla cat-back, TFS 1 Cam, E85, 80lb injectors, home built 70mm Turbo system,blow thru 05+ maf, GUFB, A9L, QH, BE, EA, LC1.

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Re: Tranfering license

Post by 86capriasc » Fri Sep 09, 2011 11:49 pm

Thanks again Clint!
1986 ascMclaren #108, 302, GT40P heads, Victor EFI intake, 75mm TB,flipped ceramic shorties, 3.08's, Borla cat-back, TFS 1 Cam, E85, 80lb injectors, home built 70mm Turbo system,blow thru 05+ maf, GUFB, A9L, QH, BE, EA, LC1.

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Re: Tranfering license

Post by p4ndiamond » Tue Dec 13, 2011 11:56 pm

Is there anyway to turn a purchased BE2012 licence to work with BE2010. I purchased it but have no yet used it nor my quarter horse. i require the 2010 version to use CDAN4.CRY

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Re: Tranfering license

Post by 86GT » Tue Dec 20, 2011 1:40 am

if you have not registered 2012 then yes you can change it to 2010 if desired

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