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    COBB Tuning AccessTUNER Race Self-Tuning Software for BMW N54 Available Now!

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    COBB Tuning is proud to announce the release of AccessTUNER Race tuning software for AccessPORT equipped BMW N54-powered vehicles. The AccessPORT is the only hand-held OEM ECU flashing, managing and monitoring device available for N54 equipped BMWs, and when combined with our free AccessTUNER Race software, the result is a groundbreaking, end-user-tunable engine management system with all of the sophistication and drivability inherent in the factory BMW ECU.


    AccessTUNER provides control of vital engine parameters to the user, such as; VANOS (both requested and actual), ignition timing, wastegate duty cycle, fuel tables, torque limiters, throttle control, rev limiters, speed limiters and many more. Over 70 tables in the DME have been exposed and are editable through AccessTUNER, giving unprecedented control of the factory BMW engine management system. Customizable data monitors let the tuner choose which DME channels are monitored to see how tuning changes impact the behavior of the engine.


    The software's built-in data logging capability can capture data from over 70 channels from the DME, including; individual knock voltage for each cylinder, timing correction for each cylinder, VANOS requested and actual, wastegate duty cycle for each bank, 9 different boost related monitors and many more. Data can be recorded simultaneously from multiple monitors across the entire rev-range, allowing detailed data analysis after a dynamometer test.


    3-D graphical mapping gives the user a comprehensive view of across three axis to evaluate where performance can be maximized. An integral dashboard shows user-chosen gauges to be displayed during the tuning process. The BMW AccessTUNER Tuning Guide is a great reference to learn more about how the BMW N54 DME operates and how changes to tables will impact engine performance.


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    The COBB Tuning Off-The-Shelf calibrations work as a great starting point for custom tunes, so tuning from scratch is not necessary. Users can modify OTS calibrations and create multiple maps to accommodate different bolt-on parts, turbo-upgrades, fuel types, throttle response, environments, fuel economy, etc. Once tuning is complete, all of the custom maps can be loaded onto the AccessPORT so you can be ready for any situation with just the push of a button. In addition, maps can be shared with other AccessPORT tuned BMW N54 enthusiasts. This allows more experienced tuners to help out those just getting started in tuning, and allows groups of self-tuners to work together to pool their knowledge and maximize gains for all.


    With the unmatched features and convenience of the AccessPORT, COBB Tuning's exceptional customer support, and the addition of our comprehensive new AccessTUNER Race custom-tuning software, the true power of BMW N54 engine tuning has just been placed into the hands of the enthusiast!


    To get your free copy of AccessTUNER Race tuning software, please fill out our AccessTUNER Race Download Request Form. An email will be sent to you with a download link within an hour of submitting the form.


    As always, if you have any questions about the AccessPORT and AccessTUNER, or any other COBB Tuning products, please call us at 866-922-3059. Get up-to-date product announcements, sneak-peeks of upcoming products, and the latest COBB Tuning news through our COBB Tuning Mailing List. You can always be a part of the latest conversations with COBB Tuning by tuning in to our our facebook.com/cobbtuning and twitter.com/cobbtuning pages.

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    WOW....finally....now things get interesting Click here to enlarge
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    NICE! and the site's already overloaded, lol
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    Wish I had a N54 just so I can use this software again. This little piggy went bye bye, wwelcome to real tuning folks.

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    Well, hello there! Click here to enlarge I guess I can spill the beans at this point...i've been privately beta testing with ATR for a couple months now and this thing is pretty sweet I have to say...never got to dyno a custom map yet but once the cyl head is back on, can't wait..it was so hard keeping the fun little details away from the collective hehe

    Thanks to everyone at Cobb for their hard work and dedication to the N54!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno Click here to enlarge
    Well, hello there! Click here to enlarge I guess I can spill the beans at this point...i've been privately beta testing with ATR for a couple months now and this thing is pretty sweet I have to say...never got to dyno a custom map yet but once the cyl head is back on, can't wait..it was so hard keeping the fun little details away from the collective hehe

    Thanks to everyone at Cobb for their hard work and dedication to the N54!
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    Wow, this is pretty cool. I can't wait to see what some people can do with this.
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    I'm going to need some help with this, I was going to pay for a protune but with ATR released, seems I should go that route
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    Good stuff! This will come in very handy tuning/fueling larger turbo cars. And solves the problem of having to have customers ship around DMEs to use Dimsport. Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Good stuff! This will come in very handy tuning/fueling larger turbo cars. And solves the problem of having to have customers ship around DMEs to use Dimsport. Click here to enlarge
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    Hell yea!...Can't wait for the map sharing to start. Click here to enlarge

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    HAHA, trying to get my deposit back from the group buy as we speak! @dzenno are you running ATR on your mac using parallels?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
    HAHA, trying to get my deposit back from the group buy as we speak! @dzenno are you running ATR on your mac using parallels?
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    Got home after a booty call tonight to find THIS! OMG, best surprise ever!

    COBB, here is how I feel about this wonderful news:

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    $#@! just got real.

    HPF, you need this.

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    So wait, we can increase the rev limit on the 6AT now AND adjust the torque limits? If so I am going to be buying an Accessport STAT!

    I would like to see what it is able to do with a custom map setup to provide additional fuel for a decent size nitrous shot.

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    Hey DZ, where are those custom RB maps? Do you still need the JB4 on top at this point?
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    Just browsed through the software. Looks like it has everything I've had plus many addl tables. Good stuff. A few of these tables I had always assumed were in place but its nice to see them. And a few I expected are missing or different than expected. I imagine they will add stuff as time goes on.

    Getting the boost control tuned and dealing with the load system will remain a difficult undertaking for most. I predict the JB4 + Cobb setup remains popular even among self tuners for the flexibility with boost control and various CAN goodies. I predict most with larger turbos fight with the DME boost control tables and eventually give up. Click here to enlarge
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    $#@! YEAH! Nice work COBB! That you for giving me something to procrastinate with!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Just browsed through the software. Looks like it has everything I've had plus many addl tables. Good stuff. A few of these tables I had always assumed were in place but its nice to see them. And a few I expected are missing or different than expected. I imagine they will add stuff as time goes on.

    Getting the boost control tuned and dealing with the load system will remain a difficult undertaking for most. I predict the JB4 + Cobb setup remains popular even among self tuners for the flexibility with boost control and various CAN goodies. I predict most with larger turbos fight with the DME boost control tables and eventually give up. Click here to enlarge
    My thoughts also. If the pros at Cobb can't seem to be able to dial in working maps for 6AT upgraded turbos, on their own software, I doubt end users will. But maybe I'm wrong...
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    I predict most with larger turbos fight with the DME boost control tables and eventually give up. Click here to enlarge

    I respectfully disagree. Having given it a decent look, the ATR gives you the ability to create your own values for pretty much anything you want. All you need to know is the correct compressor maps for the turbos (which neither RB nor ASR have provided thus far) and you can nail this down with good precision.

    Unfortunately, most RB and ASR turbo owners have absolutely no idea what are the EXACT compressor maps look like. They are all shooting in the dark and trying to make the car run good by logging it...
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Autobahn335i Click here to enlarge
    My thoughts also. If the pros at Cobb can't seem to be able to dial in working maps for 6AT upgraded turbos, on their own software, I doubt end users will. But maybe I'm wrong...

    I don't think Cobb owns an N54 car with upgraded turbos. Remote tuning with logs is not the best way to go about tuning the car. I also think that upgraded TCM is needed.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by vasillalov Click here to enlarge
    I don't think Cobb owns an N54 car with upgraded turbos. Remote tuning with logs is not the best way to go about tuning the car. I also think that upgraded TCM is needed.

    Er, Cobbs E92 has RBs. How u think they made those rb maps, on hopes and dreams? Click here to enlarge

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