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    • EcuTek adds S55 tuning support - BMW F87 M2 Competition, F80 M3, and F82 M4 EcuTek ProECU tuning

      EcuTek is rapidly increasing their tuning support for BMW platforms. As you may recall, they started with N55 support for their tuning suite. Well, now EcuTEK and its tuners can accommodate the S55 motor found in the F87 M2 Competition, F80 M3, and F82 M4 models.


      A refresh on the features:

      ProECU provides tuners with everything required in one simple software package. It includes detailed map definitions, high speed data logging with data analysis, and integrated ECU programming. There is no need to swap between different tools ever again!

      • Maps available Choose from over 270 different maps that include ignition, fuelling, VANOS cam and torque control logic.
      • Datalogging There are 40 default logging parameters updated 20 times a second (20Hz). Choose from hundreds of BMW logging parameters available.
      • ROM compare Highlights the differences between two ROMs.
      • Log file analysis Merge and view log files as data values, time graphs, or 2D graphs.
      • Read and clear DTCs On the many control modules fitted to the vehicle.

      ProECU map list and live data


      It's great to see EcuTEK adding the S55 to their ProECU software but tuners will likely need some time to get acclimated with the software and the new motor.

      It certainly is good enthusiasts have more options along with S55 tuning opened up to the bevvy of talented EcuTEK tuners out there.


      This article was originally published in forum thread: EcuTek adds S55 tuning support - BMW F87 M2 Competition, F80 M3, and F82 M4 EcuTek ProECU tuning started by Sticky View original post
      Comments 6 Comments
      1. Eleventeen's Avatar
        Eleventeen -
        Looks good! Curious about price, if the map editor is accessible to the end-user, and if they have OTS maps that can be edited by the end-user.
      1. TwistedTuning's Avatar
        TwistedTuning -
        I'm an Ecutek dealer/tuner. As far as I know you need to be a dealer/tuner to access the software and tune yourself. Let me know if you have any more questions.
      1. Eleventeen's Avatar
        Eleventeen -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by TwistedTuning Click here to enlarge
        I'm an Ecutek dealer/tuner. As far as I know you need to be a dealer/tuner to access the software and tune yourself. Let me know if you have any more questions.
        Thanks for the info! That’s a shame, it looks like a nice software package. Should make for some happy tuning shops, though.
      1. TwistedTuning's Avatar
        TwistedTuning -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Eleventeen Click here to enlarge
        Thanks for the info! That’s a shame, it looks like a nice software package. Should make for some happy tuning shops, though.
        speaking of, looks like you're in NJ. I'm looking for a couple more S55 equipped vehicles to put Ecutek on for some testing and etc. you interested?
      1. Eleventeen's Avatar
        Eleventeen -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by TwistedTuning Click here to enlarge
        speaking of, looks like you're in NJ. I'm looking for a couple more S55 equipped vehicles to put Ecutek on for some testing and etc. you interested?
        Thanks for the offer, but I am already running Bootmod3. They have an editor available to the end-user, but the interface could use some improvement. I was hoping ECUTEK might be a good alternative. What I really want is for HPtuners to get into the BMW market, though!
      1. TwistedTuning's Avatar
        TwistedTuning -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Eleventeen Click here to enlarge
        Thanks for the offer, but I am already running Bootmod3. They have an editor available to the end-user, but the interface could use some improvement. I was hoping ECUTEK might be a good alternative. What I really want is for HPtuners to get into the BMW market, though!
        I'm also a HPtuner user. But with them from what I have seen, they don't do much "CUSTOM" feature type stuff. But I don't think they have any interest at all in the BMW market.