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Default 05-27-2013, 12:19 PM

Removed maybe 40 posts. If you guys want to post/share logs, discuss bugs, etc, use the support section. This thread is only for general questions.


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Default 05-27-2013, 02:04 PM

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i dont even know where to start.. whats the easies way of doing this?
check iso 22 thread


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Default 05-28-2013, 09:11 AM

Added ISO_22 to the first post with a few notes. Remember, the new adjustments are OPTIONAL.


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Default 05-28-2013, 09:27 AM

Great idea, thanks Terry can't wait to try it!
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Default 05-28-2013, 09:49 AM

Man I just updated to 20D few days ago and now 22 is out. What exactly changed in 22? I am stock only have DCI's. Would I see a huge difference in 22? One thing I noticed in 20D, is when the car shifts gears, they are bit hard.
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Default 05-28-2013, 10:05 AM

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I have an 08 335xi with 6AT steptronic.

Running 20D.

Any advantage for my setup to go to hex 21?

I'm confused on DCT...is this same as 6AT step? I have no paddles....just shifter that goes from D to DS to M. Have alpina flash.

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DCT = Double Clutch Transmission. You dont have that..

Too many acronyms here...


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Default 05-28-2013, 11:18 AM

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Added ISO_22 to the first post with a few notes. Remember, the new adjustments are OPTIONAL.

Out of curiosity what are the throttle position ranges for menu 12 vs. 10 now?

And if I read your notes correctly, 12 is lower throttle position than 10, right?
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Default 05-28-2013, 03:05 PM

Hello, I'm new here, I have the update to iso_19, in my car I have not installed the sensor 3.5map
I have to upgrade to iso_22?
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Default 05-28-2013, 03:31 PM

I have a dumb question....I installed the 2step relay today and was wondering if installing the NLS wiring is needed for it to work properly? When I go WOT the car cuts out 4k like it it hit a wall. When I'm sitting in first gear and rev at a it doesn't cut at the designated rpm.


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Default 05-28-2013, 04:10 PM

So i have no clue about two step relay, but just to cover it, you arent possibly on the rev limited map are you?


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Default 05-28-2013, 04:24 PM

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I have a dumb question....I installed the 2step relay today and was wondering if installing the NLS wiring is needed for it to work properly? When I go WOT the car cuts out 4k like it it hit a wall. When I'm sitting in first gear and rev at a it doesn't cut at the designated rpm.
heard of this before cant remember the fix though.
its a setting issue if i remember right .


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Default 05-28-2013, 04:26 PM

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DCT = Double Clutch Transmission. You dont have that..

Too many acronyms here...
Haha. yeah. The DTC vs DCT thing is easy to start a tail spin of confusion. Thanks for clearing that up. I did use the Google as I should have before posting. Cheers!
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Hello, I'm new here, I have the update to iso_19, in my car I have not installed the sensor 3.5map
I have to upgrade to iso_22?
thank you very much and greetings
Updates are always optional.
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Default 05-28-2013, 05:12 PM

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So i have no clue about two step relay, but just to cover it, you arent possibly on the rev limited map are you?
nope not on the rev limited map


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Default 05-28-2013, 06:27 PM

So don't take this the wrong way, but am I the only one who's tired of all the shenanigans related to trying to mitigate wastegate rattle with different firmware revisions?! I mean, I have wastegate rattle yes, but I I also have a chattering flywheel and straightpipe exhaust so as retarded as the wastegate rattle is I really don't give a flip about it. I just wan't whatever firmware is going to PERFORM best. Perhaps that focus isn't lost, but I have to imagine that some of these changes to quiet the wastegates are at the expense of other parameters affecting performance so I just hope at some point there's a firmware version released called "ISO wastegates-loud-as-hell" that doesn't pay any attention to the sounds and only to the power delivery, throttle response, and part-throttle smoothness I remember from the G5 integrated days.



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So don't take this the wrong way, but am I the only one who's tired of all the shenanigans related to trying to mitigate wastegate rattle with different firmware revisions?! I mean, I have wastegate rattle yes, but I I also have a chattering flywheel and straightpipe exhaust so as retarded as the wastegate rattle is I really don't give a flip about it. I just wan't whatever firmware is going to PERFORM best. Perhaps that focus isn't lost, but I have to imagine that some of these changes to quiet the wastegates are at the expense of other parameters affecting performance so I just hope at some point there's a firmware version released called "ISO wastegates-loud-as-hell" that doesn't pay any attention to the sounds and only to the power delivery, throttle response, and part-throttle smoothness I remember from the G5 integrated days.

it's adjustable... what's the problem?
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So don't take this the wrong way, but am I the only one who's tired of all the shenanigans related to trying to mitigate wastegate rattle with different firmware revisions?! I mean, I have wastegate rattle yes, but I I also have a chattering flywheel and straightpipe exhaust so as retarded as the wastegate rattle is I really don't give a flip about it. I just wan't whatever firmware is going to PERFORM best. Perhaps that focus isn't lost, but I have to imagine that some of these changes to quiet the wastegates are at the expense of other parameters affecting performance so I just hope at some point there's a firmware version released called "ISO wastegates-loud-as-hell" that doesn't pay any attention to the sounds and only to the power delivery, throttle response, and part-throttle smoothness I remember from the G5 integrated days.

Haha!! That's too funny!!
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Haha!! That's too funny!!
What is too funny? The man is right!


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So don't take this the wrong way, but am I the only one who's tired of all the shenanigans related to trying to mitigate wastegate rattle with different firmware revisions?! I mean, I have wastegate rattle yes, but I I also have a chattering flywheel and straightpipe exhaust so as retarded as the wastegate rattle is I really don't give a flip about it. I just wan't whatever firmware is going to PERFORM best. Perhaps that focus isn't lost, but I have to imagine that some of these changes to quiet the wastegates are at the expense of other parameters affecting performance so I just hope at some point there's a firmware version released called "ISO wastegates-loud-as-hell" that doesn't pay any attention to the sounds and only to the power delivery, throttle response, and part-throttle smoothness I remember from the G5 integrated days.

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Default 05-29-2013, 08:58 AM

im running 20d, will i see any benefits from upgrading to 22? i have a 6spd m/t
terry, in which flash did u play with the pwm?


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Default 05-29-2013, 09:04 AM

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So don't take this the wrong way, but am I the only one who's tired of all the shenanigans related to trying to mitigate wastegate rattle with different firmware revisions?! I mean, I have wastegate rattle yes, but I I also have a chattering flywheel and straightpipe exhaust so as retarded as the wastegate rattle is I really don't give a flip about it. I just wan't whatever firmware is going to PERFORM best. Perhaps that focus isn't lost, but I have to imagine that some of these changes to quiet the wastegates are at the expense of other parameters affecting performance so I just hope at some point there's a firmware version released called "ISO wastegates-loud-as-hell" that doesn't pay any attention to the sounds and only to the power delivery, throttle response, and part-throttle smoothness I remember from the G5 integrated days.

The idea behind making both user adjustable is to give you the flexibility to mask rattle while setting low throttle behavior to your liking.


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Default 05-29-2013, 10:39 AM

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So don't take this the wrong way, but am I the only one who's tired of all the shenanigans related to trying to mitigate wastegate rattle with different firmware revisions?! I mean, I have wastegate rattle yes, but I I also have a chattering flywheel and straightpipe exhaust so as retarded as the wastegate rattle is I really don't give a flip about it. I just wan't whatever firmware is going to PERFORM best. Perhaps that focus isn't lost, but I have to imagine that some of these changes to quiet the wastegates are at the expense of other parameters affecting performance so I just hope at some point there's a firmware version released called "ISO wastegates-loud-as-hell" that doesn't pay any attention to the sounds and only to the power delivery, throttle response, and part-throttle smoothness I remember from the G5 integrated days.

how much are you paying fir the new firmware


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Default 05-29-2013, 10:43 AM

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how much are you paying fir the new firmware
+1


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I love it, one of my favorite saying is "yes, cars do make noise"!
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