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    Just retuned & dynoed my stock E90 335i 6spd

    Just retuned DME & dynoed my stock E90 335i 6spd on 93 Chevron. Now time for upgrades. Click here to enlarge
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    Boo! PDF's BOO!

    Just kidding, but might want to put jpg's up.
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    Wait I'm confused, you said you stock and it's time to upgrade... What's the 35X whp from?

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    Wow read that wrong.. Those are great numbers that's like jb3 map 7 powa

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    thats a good gain. so glad you did a baseline tooo

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    ~80whp and ~90wtq... not bad at all!
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    is there any limit you can tune the stock dme to?

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    i dont think so anymore, giac has gotten past their earlier barrier, but then its how aggressive do you want to get with no reverting failsafe

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    true good point

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    Yes, there's is a limit on the DME & that limit on the pressure sensors it 240 kPa = 20.31psi. Yes, I can bypass a bunch of safety features on the DME, but why eliminate the cool features of boost adaptation vs. octane adaptation =). Let say a customer runs bad tank of gas like 93octane that's more like a 87octane or less, my map will adapt & lower the boost to safe levels of 10-12psi. And when you have good 93octane or better it will do 14psi & can do a max 16psi based on knock adaptation. I try to keep the map safe for users, something I don't think a piggy back can do in monitoring each cylinder & compensating smooth running values. No need for map switching & making your dash like a play toy.

    Anything, higher than 16psi it's boring in a TD03L-10Tk3... you would need at least a TD04xx-14T or TD04xx-16T if you decide boost @20psi. Since long term at >16psi, the TD03L will just heat up the air & it will be shortlived.

    Here's a not so impressive 1/4 mile time from a stock E90 335i Steptronic on 10k worn miles RFT with full tank on 93 Octane with 300Lbs owner driver, just with a PAW flash.
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    My bad, will try to make them JPG from now on =)

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    Nice results! Interesting on the boost vs. octane adaptions. In my experience the DME is not mapped to reduce boost when it detects knock, but only lower advance or LIMP/failsafe. Do you have any logs of it in action? It would be a huge leap forward for the flash tunes if true.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by m54b25 Click here to enlarge
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    Yes, there's is a limit on the DME & that limit on the pressure sensors it 240 kPa = 20.31psi. Yes, I can bypass a bunch of safety features on the DME, but why eliminate the cool features of boost adaptation vs. octane adaptation =). Let say a customer runs bad tank of gas like 93octane that's more like a 87octane or less, my map will adapt & lower the boost to safe levels of 10-12psi. And when you have good 93octane or better it will do 14psi & can do a max 16psi based on knock adaptation. I try to keep the map safe for users, something I don't think a piggy back can do in monitoring each cylinder & compensating smooth running values. No need for map switching & making your dash like a play toy.

    Anything, higher than 16psi it's boring in a TD03L-10Tk3... you would need at least a TD04xx-14T or TD04xx-16T if you decide boost @20psi. Since long term at >16psi, the TD03L will just heat up the air & it will be shortlived.

    Here's a not so impressive 1/4 mile time from a stock E90 335i Steptronic on 10k worn miles RFT with full tank on 93 Octane with 300Lbs owner driver, just with a PAW flash.
    Hey, it's in the 12's, that is not bad especially on run flats.
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    Here's the Dyno done independently by customer on his stock 2010 E90 335i Steptronic in January 2011 that ran 1/4 mile 12.7 on a 3rd party dyno.


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    ^ Solid numbers.
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