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  • Sticky's Avatar
    01-09-2020, 06:36 PM
    Does the F92 M8 have a slight advantage over the F90 M5? Well, it is close but the M8 is rather easily showing low 10-second capability with simple bolt on modifications. Not only are low 10's impressive, breaking into the 9's seems well within reach. BMW F92 M8 mods: JB4 Map 5 BMS intake 3 gallons of MS109 mixed with 91 octane fuel So a JB4, BMS intake, and a few gallons of MS109 get you this: Hustling this boat to 60 in 2.5 seconds is just incredible. We're bound to see a 9-second bolt on run from an M8 any day now whether it be with GPS timing or on a strip. The car is on the verge of 9's with a little over a grand spent. Not bad at all.
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    01-10-2020, 10:41 PM
    You saw the stock numbers for this F97 X3M last month from PureBoost.de as they measured it from 100-200 kph and on their MAHA dynamometer. Well, now it has a Stage 1 S58 pump gas tune and output is up to roughly 650 horsepower. Keep in mind they have higher octane pump fuels available than most of us in the USA so 102 RON is roughly 95 octane: They picked up 94 PS or metric horses at the wheels over the stock figure. That certainly is more than 100 horsepower gained at the crank but this dyno type is conservative compared to a Dynojet. Let's just say this X3M is conservatively making 650+ horsepower tune only. The G80 M3 is going to be bananas.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-27-2019, 05:02 PM
    However you feel about government if you are on this site you likely enjoy driving, modifying, and racing cars. Unfortunately, as you no doubt read certain areas and certain people want to make it illegal for you to work on your car or do anything fun at all with it. The RPM ACT is designed to protect automotive enthusiasts. Sign here to notify your representatives: https://www.votervoice.net/SEMA/campaigns/45394/respond Protect your right to race! Tell Congress to pass the RPM Act now and stop the EPA from destroying motorsports in 2020. Your member of Congress needs to hear from you before the end of the year! Street vehicles—cars, trucks, and motorcycles—can’t be converted into racecars according to the EPA. The EPA has announced that enforcement against high performance parts—including superchargers, tuners, and exhaust systems—is a top priority for 2020. The RPM Act was just reintroduced. Even if you are one of the hundreds of thousands of enthusiasts who contacted Congress in the past, we need your support now! Tell the bureaucrats in Washington that racecars are off limits! The RPM Act of 2019 (H.R. 5434/S. 2602) is common-sense, bi-partisan legislation to protect Americans’ right to convert street vehicles (cars, trucks and motorcycles) into dedicated racecars and the motorsports-parts industry’s ability to sell products that enable racers to compete. The bill clarifies that it is legal to make emissions-related changes to a street vehicle for the purpose of converting it into a racecar used exclusively in competition. It also confirms that it is legal to produce, market and install racing equipment. The RPM Act reverses the EPA’s interpretation that the Clean Air Act does not allow a motor vehicle designed for street use—including a car, truck, or motorcycle—to be converted into a dedicated racecar. This American tradition was unquestioned for nearly 50 years until 2015 when the EPA took the position that converted vehicles must remain emissions-compliant, even though they are no longer driven on public streets or highways. Although the EPA did not finalize the proposed rule, the agency still maintains the practice of modifying the emission system of a motor vehicle for the purpose of converting it for racing is illegal. Manufacturing, selling and installing race parts for the converted vehicle would also be a violation. The EPA has also announced that enforcement against high performance parts—including superchargers, tuners, and exhaust systems—is a top priority for 2020. Converting street vehicles into dedicated race vehicles is an American tradition dating back decades and has negligible environmental impact. While California is known for having the strictest emissions laws, the state exempts racing vehicles from regulation. Motorsports competition involves tens of thousands of participants and vehicle owners each year, both amateur and professional. Retail sales of racing products make up a nearly $2 billion market annually. Most of the vehicles raced on the estimated 1,300 racetracks operating across the U.S. are converted vehicles that the EPA considers to be illegal. The RPM Act does not interfere with the EPA’s authority to enforce against individuals who illegally install race parts on vehicles driven on public roads and highways and the companies that market such products. Tampering with the emissions system of a motor vehicle used on public roads is a clear violation of the Clean Air Act. The RPM Act will provide the racing community with certainty and confidence in the face of an EPA interpretation of the Clean Air Act that threatens to devastate an American pastime and eliminate jobs in our communities.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-24-2019, 04:22 PM
    Very well done weight reduction here by BimmerBoost member @SJ_1989 who managed to get his E90 BMW 335i down to an incredible 2570 pounds. That is in race trim ready to go on the trailer but as you will read below he got it to 2375 pounds with some parts missing. It's an incredible job and almost 1000 pounds less than stock. Rule of thumb this means he easily picked up a full second in the 1/4 mile if not more. So the time has come to start weighing the car since round 1 of fab work is now complete! I thought 2700 lbs race weight without a driver was a bold goal when Efab Motorsports and I started down this path of extreme weight reduction. I think it is very possible this is the lightest E90 that exists that's not a tube chassis (not sure if one even exists either). I'm blown away by how much weight we were able to take out! As of now, the car weighs 2375 lbs! DISCLAIMER: This isn't the final race weight. The car was weighed in the following configuration, however, everything else that should be on the car is on the car besides what's listed below: Excludes: Front and rear doors (not gutted with glass) Front windshield Electronics (will be minimal) Front fenders Still includes: Non-run flat rear tires OEM rear wheels Front and rear crash bars I really think 2550 lbs race weight is achievable. What's even more crazy is there are still areas where we can cut weight! Can't wait to start racing this car, it's going to haul some ass. I'll try my best to summarize what's been done thusfar that netted weight reduction, particularly things that others can benefit from that are more street car than race car. To be honest, and this will probably upset a few people, I won't go into detail of everything that was done. Not because I don't want to share information with everyone, but because this car is going down a path where we've applied "secret sauce" that's going to make it competitive and hopefully hang with the big boys (personal goal). And obviously the time and money spent on it. I will say that the majority of the weight reduction comes from what I list below though. Engine / Drivetrain MFactory lightweight flywheel Hood exhaust HVAC delete Power steering delete 3 gal aluminum fuel cell mounted in trunk OEM DME enclosure cut out of engine bay Suspension / Brakes / Wheels Park brake delete 15" rear brake conversion with Wilwood calipers ABS delete and cut out enclosure from engine bay Deleted OEM master cylinder and brake booster and replaced with pedal box Lightweight front skinnies and rear wheels Bias ply front and rear tires Front sway bar delete Exterior Passenger headlight delete Interior Interior fully gutted including sound deadening Minimal electronics Aluminum dash Aluminum driver seat Carbon fiber sunroof delete
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    01-09-2020, 02:14 AM
    These are GPS timed numbers but extremely impressive when you consider they are tune only and full weight. SRT (Silly Rabbit Tuning) provided their Stage 2 E85 tune for this Audi S6 and all it has is an upgraded HPFP (High Pressure Fuel Pump) to help with fueling on ethanol. The owner has a handheld to switch tunes but considering the numbers he will likely want to fill up with ethanol: How about a 0-60 of 3.20 seconds? The dual clutch transmission helps but it is nice to see the base 4.0 TFSI V8 get pushed and show what it can do. C7 S6's certainly are becoming more and more appealing due to their value and not giving up any tuning capability to their RS6/RS7 big brothers especially once turbos are swapped.
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    01-01-2020, 06:53 PM
    Here it is: Clean, just after delivery: All dirty after its first proper drive: Spec: Manual, Lapiz Blue Metallic, Black Package, 18" Winters / 19" Summers Mods to come: JB4!
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-30-2019, 06:41 PM
    Wow. Credit to BMW for making the N47 diesel motor stout enough to be able to last for almost 30,000 miles without an oil change. What the owner of this motor was thinking is a valid question but just look at the absolute mess created. Brintech Customs in Australia is tasked with repairing this engine. There is going to be a bit of degreasing involved as you can see and some new engine parts. No side bets on if it was a woman that owned the engine in question please.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-29-2019, 03:42 PM
    This video is a little odd as usually you do not see a tuner street racing for cash. Especially one who clearly established their Audi RS3 is the one to beat. Regardless, the Iroz RS3 takes on a tuned DSM on the streets of Vegas. An 1/8 mile is a bit short and the advantage would be with the dual clutch making the critical initial shift. Plus we all know this RS3 hooks. The DSM has the quicker reaction time but seems to get squirrely while the RS3 passes it calmly for the win just in time. This no doubt gets your name out in Vegas street racing circles but do any of these guys look like RS3 customers?
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-29-2019, 03:47 PM
    This video is a little odd as usually you do not see a tuner street racing for cash. Especially one who clearly established their Audi RS3 is the one to beat. Regardless, the Iroz RS3 takes on a tuned DSM on the streets of Vegas. An 1/8 mile is a bit short and the advantage would be with the dual clutch making the critical initial shift. Plus we all know this RS3 hooks. The DSM has the quicker reaction time but seems to get squirrely while the RS3 passes it calmly for the win just in time. This no doubt gets your name out in Vegas street racing circles but do any of these guys look like RS3 customers?
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    01-08-2020, 08:11 AM
    2020 marks the tenth year of BimmerBoost. The site expanded into the BoostAddict Automotive Performance Network but BimmerBoost started it all and in particular the N54 community here. So, we are celebrating by giving back. You already likely are aware of our first place prize which is a built N54 motor and the second place prize which is upgraded turbos. The third place prize is the VTT Cast CNC Aluminum Valve Cover for your N54 motor. What is the purpose of the part? If you are already entered in one of the other contests you are automatically entered in this one. How do you enter? By gaining rep points AFTER posting in this thread. What are rep points? You get points by participating. 1 point for making a thread, .1 points per posts, points from thumbs up, points from uploading files, etc. The more you participate, the more points, the better your odds! No rep point limit, win all three prizes if you like! Also +20 points to whomever shares this to social media, other forums, whatever, and sends proof. Due to entry confusion the contest is being pushed back to April 1st, 2020. Plenty of time to accrue rep points and increase your odds! Thank you to VTT for their support of BimmerBoost (and now the BoostAddict Network of sites) over the years! Entry list: 1. @E92 420 - 248.0 2. @lulz_m3 - 3945.1 3. @G0TB00ST? - 605.0 4. @maxnix - 513.0 5. @BLKROKT - 583.0 6. @ATP - 930.0 7. @Torgus - 2435.5 8. @Snertz - 1010.0 9. @impuls - 123.0 10. @Payam@BMS - 7170.3 11. @gbk99 - 46.0 12. @///MPOSTER - 2873.6 13. @Eleventeen - 2079.2 14. @vrsixxxxxx - 75.2 15. @Magnusk77 - 47.5 16. @Flinchy - 1757.1 17. @e90Bimmer335 - 196.4 18. @Brule - 572.1 19. @fredcase - 432.2 20. @2007BMW335i - 15.1 21. @TheAllOriginal - 16.3 22. @SJ_1989 - 177.1 23. @blaster3500 - 975.4 24. @nikitino25 - 598.3 25. @iminhell1 - 443.9 26. @Jerain - 38.2 27. @rikaro29 - 39.6 28. @suspenceful - 735.1 29. @GreyNBlueE92 - 80.4 30. @jeff15 - 16.1 31. @Kirst - 237.3 32. @AWSAWS - 1502.4 33. @sudo4re - 120.8 34. @langsbr - 1051.1 35. @Simmi15 - 217.2 36. @foe516 - 178.2 37. @Vdkk - 147.0 38. @evl335 - 33.1 39. @SSboosted335 - 13.0 40. @islandroad83 - 148.3 41. @Dave@Fuel-It! - 837.1 42. @type-dRew - 10.2 43. @kylerwinterd - 99.3 44. @jacobniell - 13.0 45. @raffists - 115.1 46. @BQ@BQTuning.com - 299.2 47. @Bantam - 39.6 48. @DisCiteFullRetard - 389.2 49. @ihernandez7910 - 187.4 50. @Weehe - 1013.1 51. @rev210 - 12.7 52. @spectacula - 62.1 53. @Coupes11 - 12.4 54. @bnks334 - 10.7 55. @BlackArrow335i - 11.0 56. @kaldyn55 - 11.1 57. @Msport335 - 76.5 58. @IllSic_Design - 177.8 59. @CarAbuser - 202.9 60. @Tuppidsay - 75.3 61. @Eracer76 - 16.5 62. @CastleBravo - 11.2 63. @djpaulie - 489.6 64. @Rnguyenn - 12.6 65. @M5Dan - 22.6 66. @Tazz32 - 10.0 67. @JDMYS47 - 11.1 68. @three35iguy - 64.1 69. @DFM - 789.6
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    01-09-2020, 02:05 AM
    These are GPS timed numbers but extremely impressive when you consider they are tune only and full weight. SRT (Silly Rabbit Tuning) provided their Stage 2 E85 tune for this Audi S6 and all it has is an upgraded HPFP (High Pressure Fuel Pump) to help with fueling on ethanol. The owner has a handheld to switch tunes but considering the numbers he will likely want to fill up with ethanol: How about a 0-60 of 3.20 seconds? The dual clutch transmission helps but it is nice to see the base 4.0 TFSI V8 get pushed and show what it can do. C7 S6's certainly are becoming more and more appealing due to their value and not giving up any tuning capability to their RS6/RS7 big brothers especially once turbos are swapped.
    23 replies | 459 view(s)
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    12-27-2019, 04:58 PM
    However you feel about government if you are on this site you likely enjoy driving, modifying, and racing cars. Unfortunately, as you no doubt read certain areas and certain people want to make it illegal for you to work on your car or do anything fun at all with it. The RPM ACT is designed to protect automotive enthusiasts. Sign here to notify your representatives: https://www.votervoice.net/SEMA/campaigns/45394/respond Protect your right to race! Tell Congress to pass the RPM Act now and stop the EPA from destroying motorsports in 2020. Your member of Congress needs to hear from you before the end of the year! Street vehicles—cars, trucks, and motorcycles—can’t be converted into racecars according to the EPA. The EPA has announced that enforcement against high performance parts—including superchargers, tuners, and exhaust systems—is a top priority for 2020. The RPM Act was just reintroduced. Even if you are one of the hundreds of thousands of enthusiasts who contacted Congress in the past, we need your support now! Tell the bureaucrats in Washington that racecars are off limits! The RPM Act of 2019 (H.R. 5434/S. 2602) is common-sense, bi-partisan legislation to protect Americans’ right to convert street vehicles (cars, trucks and motorcycles) into dedicated racecars and the motorsports-parts industry’s ability to sell products that enable racers to compete. The bill clarifies that it is legal to make emissions-related changes to a street vehicle for the purpose of converting it into a racecar used exclusively in competition. It also confirms that it is legal to produce, market and install racing equipment. The RPM Act reverses the EPA’s interpretation that the Clean Air Act does not allow a motor vehicle designed for street use—including a car, truck, or motorcycle—to be converted into a dedicated racecar. This American tradition was unquestioned for nearly 50 years until 2015 when the EPA took the position that converted vehicles must remain emissions-compliant, even though they are no longer driven on public streets or highways. Although the EPA did not finalize the proposed rule, the agency still maintains the practice of modifying the emission system of a motor vehicle for the purpose of converting it for racing is illegal. Manufacturing, selling and installing race parts for the converted vehicle would also be a violation. The EPA has also announced that enforcement against high performance parts—including superchargers, tuners, and exhaust systems—is a top priority for 2020. Converting street vehicles into dedicated race vehicles is an American tradition dating back decades and has negligible environmental impact. While California is known for having the strictest emissions laws, the state exempts racing vehicles from regulation. Motorsports competition involves tens of thousands of participants and vehicle owners each year, both amateur and professional. Retail sales of racing products make up a nearly $2 billion market annually. Most of the vehicles raced on the estimated 1,300 racetracks operating across the U.S. are converted vehicles that the EPA considers to be illegal. The RPM Act does not interfere with the EPA’s authority to enforce against individuals who illegally install race parts on vehicles driven on public roads and highways and the companies that market such products. Tampering with the emissions system of a motor vehicle used on public roads is a clear violation of the Clean Air Act. The RPM Act will provide the racing community with certainty and confidence in the face of an EPA interpretation of the Clean Air Act that threatens to devastate an American pastime and eliminate jobs in our communities.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    01-16-2020, 01:53 AM
    This is still not the real thing but it sure seems we are getting plenty of leaks and renderings from media sources in order to get fans used to the new grille design. The G22 4-Series rendered here obviously takes cues from the G22 4-Series Concept Car. Dutch Auto Week posted their pictures which apparently are from a reliable source. It is very hard to like this face. Will it grow on us? Will the real thing be better in person? Let's hope so as the new M4 is shaping up to be quite the ride.
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    01-10-2020, 10:02 PM
    This is just... wow. You remember back in 2018 when Porsche announced they would build a new 935 to honor their 70th Anniversary, right? Well, somebody specced their 935 with a carbon fiber body and it looks amazing. Words are useless at this point so just stare in awe of this car. Source
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    12-22-2019, 11:46 PM
    Looks interesting. They must have cracked the aston ecu security also https://shop.amrperformance.com/product/amr-performance-comport-handheld-programmer-23/
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    01-07-2020, 04:52 AM
    As you all know the TiAL Sport hardware upgrade suite for Porsche 991.2 Carrera 3.0 models (T,S,GTS) came to market a couple years ago but only now is software tuning of the Siemens SDI21 9A2B6 ECU catching up the to the hardware capability. Protomotive tuned this Porsche 991.2 Carrera and their tuning ability improved quite a bit on the platform from where it was nearly a year ago. This 6.582 second 60-130 time is the quickest to date for any 991.2 3.0 model including the Carrera T, S, or GTS: Modifications: TiAL M660 Turbos TiAL Intercoolers TiAL Inlets TiAL Plenum Driver Source Water-Meth System The M660 TiAL Sport turbochargers are doing the heavy lifting but Protomotive's tuning for the water-meth system and associated TiAL parts is integral to the result. The BoostAddict/PorscheBoost 991.2 Carrera Project Car is running very similar hardware with hard miles for over two years now. The key to extracting the capability is aftermarket software and we are seeing more quality tuners enter the platform and the tuning caliber evolve. 2020 should be a strong year for all 9A2 Porsche platforms. Congratulations to @Rcr48s on the new record!
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    12-31-2019, 04:12 PM
    This is exactly what we expected to see with a pulley swap in the mix after the GT500 produced 834 horsepower to the rear wheels with upgraded injectors and ethanol tuning. There is also much more work to be done here. The peak horsepower figure indeed clears 900 to the wheels: You will notice a big dip in the torque curve at 4k rpm as they are struggling with torque limits in the TCU. This will no doubt be worked out and is a part of the process. Expect tuners to push well into the 900's with a pulley, injectors, and ethanol tuning. This platform just can not stop making power.
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    12-31-2019, 05:00 PM
    Welcome Oishii, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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    12-30-2019, 06:40 PM
    Wow. Credit to BMW for making the N47 diesel motor stout enough to be able to last for almost 30,000 miles without an oil change. What the owner of this motor was thinking is a valid question but just look at the absolute mess created. Brintech Customs in Australia is tasked with repairing this engine. There is going to be a bit of degreasing involved as you can see and some new engine parts. No side bets on if it was a woman that owned the engine in question please.
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    01-07-2020, 11:22 PM
    You knew this was coming. Dyno Spectrum posted impressive ethanol flex-fuel results for their DS1 software on a C7 S6 4.0 TSFI a few months back along with a demonstration of on the fly map switching. Well, the real thing is now available for purchase to the public (albeit in beta form). So what can it do? Seemingly, everything. BoostAddict does not recall ever previously posting a factory ECU solution with this much capability. The control available thanks to the DS1 software on the Bosch MED17 is simply unparalleled. Full release with details below. Beta Release of the Dyno Spectrum DS1 Today marks a very special day for us here at Dyno Spectrum Ltd as we are finally releasing the DS1 to the public after over 10,000 hours and 3 years of development and testing. The DS1 is a revolutionary device that is unlike any other ECU flashing device on the market. It brings together the ability to not only flash great, built from scratch, off the shelf calibrations, but it has the ability to do so much more! The DS1 is our unique bespoke design. It is completely wireless, so gone are the days of handheld devices and cables. It can connect to your phone, tablet or computer to do things like check diagnostic faults, clear diagnostic faults, change maps, set ethanol content levels and read current ethanol content level if using a content sensor. Another big advantage is that it allows for Pro Tuners or even enthusiast tuners to take the car to whatever level they want. In beta testing with tuners, highly experienced tuners with 4.0T engines over 1000 HP running quarter miles in the 9s lauded the power of the DS1 to further their engine's potential by solving problems, using advanced datalogging at speeds never seen before and new control strategies. Never has stock ECU flashing been so powerful! Included in the DS1 is everything needed to datalog the car wirelessly and also tune the car using a laptop. What really separates Dyno Spectrum Ltd from all other tuning companies is that we have developed a world’s first in that all tables in our tuning suite can all be adjusted live! No longer do you need to make changes and then reflash the car or be limited to just a handful of tables to change live. You can now tune in realtime and make changes to around 700 tables while the car is running and datalogging. This is truly revolutionary as it is all done wirelessly. If you do need to flash the calibration, it takes 30 seconds. Tuners can add their own table definitions, but during the beta with tuners they had more than enough to tune heavily modified cars in realtime saving them hours of dyno time. If that wasn’t enough, we added a slew of custom features to the DS1 that will allow your car to do a myriad of things it never did from the factory. Things like: Boost Gauge Parameter Switching Map Switching with up to 9 slots Flex Fuel support Rolling Antilag Water/Meth control Launch Safety for the transmission Alternate Boost Control Strategy Drive MAC solenoid valve directly Launch control for cars that didn’t come with it from the factory Extra engine and transmission cooling in stage calibrations Brake Boosting Half engine mode/4 cyl mode disable One of the great features is the ability to run true E85 flex fuel. No longer do you have to choose between gasoline and E85 reflash for one or the other, but it will automatically adjust based on the ethanol content sensor. Since it comes in over CAN bus, the ECU can read it and blend a mix of tables without the driver ever knowing. So pump fuel, race fuel or ethanol can all be done and set in the map switching as well. The flex fuel tables in all map slots also get tuned in realtime as well, so you don’t need to turn the car off when calibrating it for different fuel. You can even see the ethanol content on the dash in the car. As well as being an amazing tuning suite, the datalogging is unlike any other logger on the market. While most tuners are using either standard PID’s or UDS, the DS1 is using its own logging code that logs around 20 times the number of monitors at 20 times the speed. Yes, you read that correctly. We currently log 150 simultaneous monitors. A lot of the monitors are advanced monitors that cannot be logged by other tools such as individual wheel speeds, steering angle, g sensors as well as incredible detail on ECU control processes essential to getting the best results. Off the shelf maps are in beta now. We want datalogs from beta users to check and if necessary correct differences between cars of various ages, environments/fuels and combinations of modifications, but we have already tested extensively. Stage 1 is for stock engines, stage 2 is for intakes +- downpipes. These are setup on map switches for 91, 93, 100 and 104 octane. Flex fuel capability is included if you install a sensor (recommended), or temporarily set the ethanol concentration with your phone if you do not have a sensor yet. S6/S7/A8 4.0T are setup to allow full boost on E85 flex fuel, so your ECU can automatically adjust for any ethanol blend. You can take your flex fuel vehicle on a road trip and you don't have to worry about the fuel you can find or flash at the gas station with bulky and slow devices. Just leave the tiny DS1 plugged into the OBD port and it will do it all for you. It will sleep when you leave the car to save power, but awaken when you open the door. Running full E85 on larger than S6/S7 turbos (eg RS6/7 and S8) requires fuel system upgrades to run full boost. These are in alpha testing to standardise the low fuel pressure system hardware. Presently, we recommend expert tuning and datalogging using our examples as a base. They currently include settings for Autotech 11.5mm high pressure fuel pump plungers and opening the 1.5mm restriction at the high pressure intake to 4.5mm or changing the lines to remove it. These changes are easily done and can be combined with fitting a flex fuel sensor. We are so excited to release this new product. Its features and quality have been our obsession and it is our very best work. We cannot wait to see what you do with it, as it is an entire ecosystem that we hope will transform 4.0T tuning forever, and give this awesome engine some serious love. We support all worldwide versions of C7 and D4 4.0T (from 2011-2018) so that includes S6, S7, A8 4.0T, S8, RS6 and RS7. You can buy the DS1 from www.dynospectrum.com now. If you have questions on the DS1 please email info@dynospectrum.com and we can help to answer any questions you may have. John Banks and Mitch McKee Directors of Dyno Spectrum Ltd
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