• Velos Designwerks BMW F10 550i N63 Twin Turbo V8 dyno tune results - 441 whp and catless CEL (check engine light) disabled

      Velos Designwerks recently did a custom tune for BimmerBoost member Jimefam's F10 BMW 550i. This user was having trouble finding a tuner who was able to tune his car around his mods and disable the check engine light he had as a result of his catless AR Design N63 downpipes. For a while now Dinan seemed to be the main option for these motors but they were not willing to do custom tunes.

      Velos was able to not only turn off the CEL (check engine light) but also was able to gain considerable power. 441 wheel horsepower to be exact with the downpipes which exceeds the Dinan Stage 3 which put down 411 to the wheels on a dynojet considerably as well as the 386 wheel horsepower baseline. We have not seen a higher horsepower N63 dyno graph.

      The only downside is that the car must be tuned onsite. These are very impressive results. Whatever Velos is doing definitely is working.



      This article was originally published in forum thread: Velos Designwerks F10 N63 Tune! started by Jimefam View original post
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      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ktm50sx Click here to enlarge
        Im am just a customer of AA and was treated like $#@! by omar which is why i was going after him. The only reason why i still go to them is because of people like Viral. Still trying to get that email for you, its been a while and my source is looking for it
        Omar has a bit different perspective on the matter and I was told you are the son of one of the people involved in AA. You are 16?
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        Omar@VelosDesignwerks -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ktm50sx Click here to enlarge
        Im am just a customer of AA and was treated like $#@! by omar which is why i was going after him. The only reason why i still go to them is because of people like Viral. Still trying to get that email for you, its been a while and my source is looking for it
        Brandon,

        You are the son of one of the owners at AA. In at attempt to stay out of the back and forth I ask that you stop the nonsense and lies on the forums. Like I told you previously you should concentrate on your senior your in high school and heading to college next year. I continue to wish you nothing but the best but we both know you should not be on the internet doing this, especially if your family is not aware of it.

        Best Regards,

        Omar Murray
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        alextremo -
        Omar - do you guys have any plans to offer a remote solution for customers not in SoFla at some point in the future?
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        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Omar@VelosDesignwerks Click here to enlarge
        Brandon,

        You are the son of one of the owners at AA. In at attempt to stay out of the back and forth I ask that you stop the nonsense and lies on the forums. Like I told you previously you should concentrate on your senior your in high school and heading to college next year. I continue to wish you nothing but the best but we both know you should not be on the internet doing this, especially if your family is not aware of it.

        Best Regards,

        Omar Murray
        I think it is best for all involved due to Brandon's close associate with AA to consider placing him in a Guest Vendor usergroup.

        I understand Brandon feels loyalty for what his father does and the company he is involved with so I know he is trying to help. Clearly there is some animosity there due to you leaving and starting your own business. The pie is big enough for everyone but young men sometimes go about it the wrong way. I appreciate your mature perspective on the matter.
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        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by alextremo Click here to enlarge
        Omar - do you guys have any plans to offer a remote solution for customers not in SoFla at some point in the future?
        This is a very good question. If it was possible it would open Velos up big time.
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        Omar@VelosDesignwerks -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by alextremo Click here to enlarge
        Omar - do you guys have any plans to offer a remote solution for customers not in SoFla at some point in the future?
        Yes sir!
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        Sticky -
        Omar you can PM and post links now.