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    Yes, software can be requested without "burble".

    Keep in mind that the M2 has some throttle overrun from
    the factory, so requesting "no burble" means leaving it at
    factory settings. Additionally, it can be almost completely
    silenced by putting the car into 'Efficient' mode, without
    sacrificing any power output.



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    Interesting, but in comfort mode the car feels like the throttle response is severely dulled. Factory burble levels aren't too bad but is there any way to dial that back like maybe to 50% of what it currently is and keep it in sport + mode? Also I'm not sure if this is in the coding side of things or ecu tune side, but what can you guys do in regards to rev match down shifts, is there anyway to tune it so in sport + its disabled and in every other drive mode its enabled?
    Thanks

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by F87Source Click here to enlarge
    Interesting, but in comfort mode the car feels like the throttle response is severely dulled. Factory burble levels aren't too bad but is there any way to dial that back like maybe to 50% of what it currently is and keep it in sport + mode? Also I'm not sure if this is in the coding side of things or ecu tune side, but what can you guys do in regards to rev match down shifts, is there anyway to tune it so in sport + its disabled and in every other drive mode its enabled?
    Thanks
    ​Yes, the primary difference in the various drive modes in throttle
    response, as well as some load control functions which influence
    shift points, etc... The peak power on the dyno (and under WOT)
    is going to be very similar in all of the modes.

    What a lot of people don't know is that the throttle overrun is
    more than just an acoustic function which is why we are not fans
    of disabling it, or making it significantly more aggressive. It assists
    in blending the throttle on/off and functions specifically based on
    various temperature control/monitoring.

    The overrun is still present even when in 'Efficient" mode, the
    duration is just
    reduce to that once you are entirely off throttle
    there are no
    audible pops/crackles. When driving under higher
    load in more aggressive scenarios, you typically want a longer
    duration.



    As for the rev matching function, I'll need my calibrators to spend
    more time exploring the A2L or Funktionsrahmen for this particular
    application. I know it's possible to disable it entirely, but I am not
    certain about the ability to alter it in individual drive modes.


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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by F87Source Click here to enlarge
    Interesting,...
    Thanks


    Where are you located BTW?

    This may be something we are willing to test on a local SoCal
    F87 6MT if one can be available for a few days.






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    Sorry I'm located in Canada, so u fortunately I cannot help out.

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