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Old 06-14-2010, 12:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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just on the phone to my dealer and he informed me about this new kit that bmw will be releasing as another part of the hp performance kit,the hp calibration kit will have datalogging aswell as lap counting and a option to change the quickshiter settings and the traction control settings and increasing the tunning potential of the hp ecu aswell with a pit lane limiter and it can increase mid range and bottom end performance settings aswell as top end tunning via this new kit....i will know more in a few days/weeks when there is more info avaliable so basically this will eliminate the need for a pc5 on the bmw..????
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Old 06-14-2010, 01:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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This could be an option worth looking at and with the extra features i suppose it will make it worth looking at and even justify. But the pricing will be over a grand i would of thought and i bet the power gains wont be as much as a PCV custom map. I can get a PCV fitted and custom map for 500
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keep us posted please.

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500 for supply fitting and custom map is expensive who gave you that price..??? my tuner can supply pc5 at 280 on its own or supply/fit and tune for 400, i can fit the pc5 myself and a custom he can do the custom map for around 70.
The kit is a calibration kit i would imagine its a software disc and usb leads and possibly done via your own laptop or a specialist tuner as the calibration kit really is a elecronics thing via a laptop i would imagine and possibly a bar mount for the different maps in slick mode and the other modes but im only guessing at this bit, i will know more in a week or 2 or possibly tomorrow if some one from bmw calls me back with more info as promised earlier......
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undoubtedly, the PCV is the cheaper, simpler way to go. But I would really be happy if I could edit the ride modes. as an aggressive street rider, I'd want to reprogram Slick mode, with Sport mode's ABS and DTC settings, but also deactivate the Rear Wheel Lift Detection. Could always revert back to stock settings for track days.
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Kawasaki has the same thing....it's called a kit ECU and requires a separate harness...I had one on my ZX-10R and took it off and sold it as no-one could figure how to use it....the dealers were clueless....
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500 for supply fitting and custom map is expensive who gave you that price..??? my tuner can supply pc5 at 280 on its own or supply/fit and tune for 400, i can fit the pc5 myself and a custom he can do the custom map for around 70.
The kit is a calibration kit i would imagine its a software disc and usb leads and possibly done via your own laptop or a specialist tuner as the calibration kit really is a elecronics thing via a laptop i would imagine and possibly a bar mount for the different maps in slick mode and the other modes but im only guessing at this bit, i will know more in a week or 2 or possibly tomorrow if some one from bmw calls me back with more info as promised earlier......
It's from HM racing. I was only quoting off the top of my head and worse case scenario. From what i remember from the conversation it was 279 for the PCV and 160 for dyno set up and custom map. I think i added vat to those figures!
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hm racing are very good so paying the extra is well wortht it as i would go there myself if it was'nt so far away...
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I just did 2 s1000's.

163 for one with an Arrow system on 91 octane pump premium. Retuned to Best Power with a PC5.

162 for the other with a race slipon, 91 pump premium, not tuned.

I figure about 156-160 True HP is a reasonable figure for stock.

193 crank hp less 15% to 18% trans and tire loss = 164 True hp to 158 True hp.
So the mystery of the "overly efficient" BMW drive train is solved.

If you are local to San Francisco and want to dyno your S1000rr on an EC997 dyno with 4 gas EGA, shoot me an email at marc@factorypro,com. I'd like to have a few more sample tests.

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I just did 2 s1000's.

163 for one with an Arrow system on 91 octane pump premium. Retuned to Best Power with a PC5.

162 for the other with a race slipon, 91 pump premium, not tuned.

I figure about 156-160 True HP is a reasonable figure for stock.

193 crank hp less 15% to 18% trans and tire loss = 164 True hp to 158 True hp.
So the mystery of the "overly efficient" BMW drive train is solved.

If you are local to San Francisco and want to dyno your S1000rr on an EC997 dyno with 4 gas EGA, shoot me an email at marc@factorypro,com. I'd like to have a few more sample tests.

Marc Salvisberg
Factory Pro Tuning
So the one with the slip-on is good!!

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