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    Active Autowerke S63 V8 Twin Turbo X5 M and X6 M Flash Tune Software Available +87 wheel torque

    Active Autowerke has released their X5M and X6M twin turbo V8 software. This is a flash tune available for either 91 or 93 octane. Active has provided a dyno showing nice gains through the curve. Do not just focus on the peak numbers as they do not tell the whole story. At 4400 rpm the gains are 86 whp. The torque gains through the curve are impressive. However, we do not know if the dyno was on 91 or 93 octane. We are guessing 93 was used and would like to see a separate dyno for each. The tune retails for $1500.

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    Another case of tiny turbos choking all the fun.............. only 17whp gain. It would make a BIG difference in driving when you aren't racing though.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SlicktopTTZ Click here to enlarge
    Another case of tiny turbos choking all the fun.............. only 17whp gain. It would make a BIG difference in driving when you aren't racing though.
    17 peak, but 80+ through the curve in certain areas. Some aftermarket turbos will do wonders for the peak figures on this motor.

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    Hmmm, twin Borg Warner EFR 7670's anyone?

    Would be good for 700-1200+ horsepower.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SlicktopTTZ Click here to enlarge
    Hmmm, twin Borg Warner EFR 7670's anyone?

    Would be good for 700-1200+ horsepower.
    We will see some huge numbers out of this motor. Fueling will likely be a challenge but with top mount turbos like that... I mean, it is going to happen.

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    Looks N54ish... I wonder what the boost curve looks like.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DBFIU Click here to enlarge
    Looks N54ish... I wonder what the boost curve looks like.
    Tuners need to get in the habit of posting boost curves...

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Tuners need to get in the habit of posting boost curves...
    Yes, tuners take note! No more hiding! Click here to enlarge

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    Active Autowerke | X5M & X6M Performance Software

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    The BMW X5M & X6M have quickly grown to be a favorite among BMW enthusiasts looking for a new thrill. The new 4.4L Twin Turbo Engine Boast an amazing 555 HP from the factory. Our engineers have spent countless hours in R&D and are now producing an additional 86 Rear Wheel Horsepower. and an additional 117 ft lbs of peak torque (when compared to factory). Our software upgrades includes a complete remap of the DME which adjust the part throttle maps, wideopen maps, ignition maps, and fuel tables to produce this increase in horsepower and torque. All factory safety parameters have been left in place resulting in reliable everyday performance. This upgrade is a must for the enthusiast looking to take advantage of their X5M/X6M's true potential.
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    You can now Flash your Vehicle yourself! Simon Tool



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    -Increase of 86 Rear Wheel HP and 117 Ft lbs of Peak torque
    -Higher torque over factory settings throught RPM range
    -Recalibrated settings for a smoother and more responsive part throttle transition and more responsive power delivery
    -Tune available for 91 or 93 octane fuel.
    -Tune also available for Euro Spec & Other International Octane Ratings




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    Andrew, you do the product posts very well with the details, links, pictures, and formatting.

    Merged this with a previous thread on the product.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SlicktopTTZ Click here to enlarge
    Another case of tiny turbos choking all the fun.............. only 17whp gain. It would make a BIG difference in driving when you aren't racing though.
    This is why we make x6m/x5m downpipes Click here to enlarge

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