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    PROcede v4 AUTOTUNING Dyno Results...Must See! New World Record for No-Methanol N54?!

    I'm pretty surprised and happy about the dyno numbers today.

    Below is a jpg of my previous JB3 (93 octane, Map 7) dynos and today's with the PROcede.

    The only things that have changed are Tune, Different Catback Exhaust, and Gas

    Stats:
    2008 E90 335i
    PROCede V4 with Autotuning 7-14 Maps
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    AMS Single 3" Exhaust
    Tial BOV
    100 octane

    Procede Settings:
    Boost Limit: 19
    Initial Boost: 75%
    Boost Gain: 50%

    Those were the beginning settings, Autotuning wasn't fully finished learning, but during the runs it was on Boost: 18.7, 0% IC

    ** Nearly 470ft/lb of Torque! **

    One other thing I'd like to share is how incredibly delighted I am with Vishnu's customer service. Long story short, I was having a very strange issue with my throttle blade shutting sperradically during WOT pulls, with no codes being thrown. After a couple of promptly replied emails, Shiv himself offered to communicate over the phone as this was such a strange issue and he wanted to help. He walked me through testing various components, such as the boost solenoids, trying different settings and configurations, and I eventually took a dowpipe off and checked the wastegates..however, the problem still lingered. He was genuinely determined to help, and made no signs of being put out. Mind you, this was at Midnight on a Friday night! Far be it for customer service to answer late on a Friday, but to spend signifcant time going thru datalogs and phone calls, this was incredible. This situation was handled with the utmost professionalism and frankly, Shiv could not have handled it better. So for that, I'd like to say Thanks. Vishnu is truly a class act.

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    Congrats on your #'SClick here to enlarge

    But..
    your saying 100 octane (racefuel) and 19psi vs 93 octane and 14 psi? no baseline from dyno for this day?Click here to enlarge

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    Well,

    I think its pretty clear this is not a comparison thread. As you pointed out, And What is written in the post, important variables have changed.

    My apologies for forgetting to add the baseline.

    Baseline numbers were 265hp And 280tq from a few months back with 60' weather And 0% humidity.

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    Not sure if this is the highest no meth dyno but would love to know for sure. If it is, will gladly put this on the front page and announce it as the new record but we need to confirm first.

    Great numbers and happy to hear Vishnu treated you well and you are happy.
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    Wow that graph with the Procede is nearly as smooth as a flash tune. Quite incredible considering its a piggy back. Guess the Canbus operation make the worlds difference.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by George Smooth Click here to enlarge
    Wow that graph with the Procede is nearly as smooth as a flash tune. Quite incredible considering its a piggy back. Guess the Canbus operation make the worlds difference.
    It really is a very nice graph.
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    Brian, would you mind eliminating some of the runs and just do 2 runs on the graph, best run of the JB3 and best run of the Procede?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by George Smooth Click here to enlarge
    Wow that graph with the Procede is nearly as smooth as a flash tune. Quite incredible considering its a piggy back. Guess the Canbus operation make the worlds difference.
    is it really smooth or is it because your looking at less than 1mm size increments

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrianMN Click here to enlarge
    Well,

    I think its pretty clear this is not a comparison thread. As you pointed out, And What is written in the post, important variables have changed.

    My apologies for forgetting to add the baseline.

    Baseline numbers were 265hp And 280tq from a few months back with 60' weather And 0% humidity.
    no problem man, its your post and graphs, compare whatever you like. but baselines show the whole story. changing your exhaust and fuel alone, if even worth 10hp total, would close that gap considerably, considering the increase in boost. or maybe that baseline would have been lower that day due to calibration, etc. then it could have shown an even bigger story. point is, we will never know now Click here to enlarge
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    looks awesome man, must feel great!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    is it really smooth or is it because your looking at less than 1mm size increments

    It IS really that smooth...


    no problem man, its your post and graphs, compare whatever you like. but baselines show the whole story. changing your exhaust and fuel alone, if even worth 10hp total, would close that gap considerably, considering the increase in boost. or maybe that baseline would have been lower that day due to calibration, etc. then it could have shown an even bigger story. point is, we will never know now Click here to enlarge
    Again, this isnt a comparison. Not sure why you're so hung up on contesting this. And common sense tells you that fuel accounts for much more than 10 of the 56 delta. My baseline was 265hp/280tq stock. I'm not going to take off and reinstall every performance mod every single time I go to the dyno...that would be silly.

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    Results look good! I like the JB3 map 7 / 93 octane results a lot too!

    We've had a few customers in the 430s no-meth, and I personally made 440ish before meth, so not sure its a "world record" on the power side. But that doesn't mean it's not a lot of fun. Click here to enlarge I'm sure you know this but 19-20psi is a lot of boost stock turbo, more than three times the stock boost in the midrange, so I wouldn't run that too often.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Results look good! I like the JB3 map 7 / 93 octane results a lot too!

    We've had a few customers in the 430s no-meth, and I personally made 440ish before meth, so not sure its a "world record" on the power side. But that doesn't mean it's not a lot of fun. Click here to enlarge I'm sure you know this but 19-20psi is a lot of boost stock turbo, more than three times the stock boost in the midrange, so I wouldn't run that too often.
    Thanks for clearing that up, I wasn't sure what the peak no meth number was.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrianMN Click here to enlarge
    It IS really that smooth...




    Again, this isnt a comparison. Not sure why you're so hung up on contesting this. And common sense tells you that fuel accounts for much more than 10 of the 56 delta. My baseline was 265hp/280tq stock. I'm not going to take off and reinstall every performance mod every single time I go to the dyno...that would be silly.
    i never said it in a negative way, just stating a baseline would be helpful Click here to enlarge

    and "flat" would be a better term, i dont agree with "smooth"

    Good #'s though!Click here to enlarge

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    Great numbers, congrats!
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    Congrats and glad it's working well for you. Nice post btw
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