• JAWS Motorsport E60 M5 / S85 V10 Alpha N tune software hits 484 horsepower to the wheels

      JAWS Motorsport out of Sweden has developed an Alpha-N setup for S85 V10 vehicles like the E60 M5. This means they use the throttle position and RPM to calculated the amount of fuel to inject as opposed to speed density. This change has resulted in a very impressive 484 horsepower to the wheels paired with the JAWS Motorsport intake. The tune coasts $1250 and comes with a handheld flash device to allow basically anyone in the world to download/upload the tune. The intake is $450 and the carbon fiber version pictured is substantially more. Please contact JAWS Motorsport if interested.













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      1. JAWS Motorsport's Avatar
        JAWS Motorsport -
        A cpl of tunes are on the way over the atlantic ocean Click here to enlarge , looking forward for some independent reviews!

        MerryX to u all!
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JAWS Motorsport Click here to enlarge
        A cpl of tunes are on the way over the atlantic ocean Click here to enlarge , looking forward for some independent reviews!

        MerryX to u all!
        Glad to hear it!! Merry Christmas to you as well.
      1. fundahl's Avatar
        fundahl -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JAWS Motorsport Click here to enlarge
        Second pull on dyno now 495,1whp@7834rpm ...more is coming..will adapt some more and do 2-3 more pulls Click here to enlarge

        JAWS ALPHA Software + JAWS CAi + JAWS decat pipe on stock exhaust system
        That's some good power! What are the ambient weather temps there and are you using any correction factor?
      1. JAWS Motorsport's Avatar
        JAWS Motorsport -
        DIN correction factor

        This was made in november here in Sweden if i recall correct, So we had about 5-10 degree celcius, the air is to dry though, i would rather do the dynoing/test/drive late summer night or very earily morning, there´s were i personal have noticed the biggest gains if we should look to the benefits of ambitent temps.

        There is a Alpha tune on a full exhaust with AP headers M5 in USA soon...maby 1 week away before we will see some independent dyno numbers and gains!
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JAWS Motorsport Click here to enlarge
        There is a Alpha tune on a full exhaust with AP headers M5 in USA soon...maby 1 week away before we will see some independent dyno numbers and gains!
        Looking forward to it!
      1. JAWS Motorsport's Avatar
        JAWS Motorsport -
        I think there is a Dyno booked on thursday or friday local US time in the area of Washington...Full exhaust and headers with our Alpha tune.

        Im exited for the results!
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JAWS Motorsport Click here to enlarge
        I think there is a Dyno booked on thursday or friday local US time in the area of Washington...Full exhaust and headers with our Alpha tune.

        Im exited for the results!
        Me too! Who is this person? See if you can get them on here so I can coordinate posting the results.
      1. JAWS Motorsport's Avatar
        JAWS Motorsport -
        Pbox time

        tune + cai + sec cat delete

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      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JAWS Motorsport Click here to enlarge
        Pbox time

        tune + cai + sec cat delete

        Attachment 15260
        So about 8 seconds flat?
      1. JAWS Motorsport's Avatar
        JAWS Motorsport -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
        So about 8 seconds flat?
        Yes , i think its a decent time. we should be somwhere in the 9,3-9,4 on the 60-130mph, the dream would be 8,9 after we have the new intake and headers tuned in on the car.