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      02-17-2019, 10:52 AM   #1
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02-16-2019: Baseline Dyno Results
100% stock with no mods
Stock Map
93 Octane
Single large fan
Closed and open hood
85 degrees with Florida humidity
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      02-17-2019, 10:56 AM   #2
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02-18-2019: Bootmod3 CS Dyno Results:
100% stock hardware with no physical mods
Bootmod3 CS Map (Free)
93 Octane
Single large fan
Closed and open hood
95 degrees with Florida humidity
(Sorry for the horrible testing conditions)
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      02-17-2019, 10:57 AM   #3
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02-23-2019: Stage 0+ CS and Stage 1 Dyno Results:
100% stock hardware with no physical mods
93 Octane
Three medium fans with one directly in front of the intercooler
Closed hood

I tested the car in a different shop that has a better Dyno facility. Still suboptimal testing conditions of 88+ degrees and high humidity but better cooling fans this time.

CS Map (full adaptation):
428.54 WHP
436.05 WTQ

Stage 1 Map (only two pulls of adaptation):
464.63 WHP
498.59 WTQ

Hope this helps some of you!
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That seems pretty strong. I was expecting closer to 350 HP/TQ.

When are you doing the BM3 flash?
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Great info. Will be watching.
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      02-17-2019, 09:42 PM   #7
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That seems pretty strong. I was expecting closer to 350 HP/TQ.

When are you doing the BM3 flash?
Actually, I already did the CS flash earlier today.

It was an incredibly simple and intuitive process and only took me about 15 minutes from start to finish to register the license and get the software system up and running on the laptop.

Flashing it for the first time took about 5 minutes because it has to open up the ECU. After that, it flashes the maps in less than 1 minute.

Now the car pulls much harder all the way to redline with the CS map and actually feels a lot like a naturally aspirated high revving engine. It truly transforms the car.

Other benefits are that gear shifts are smoother (particularly first to second gear) and I find that the exhaust is also a bit more aggressive.

Overall, I couldn't be happier so far with the Boostmod3 setup and easy of use. Light years ahead of other bench flashes and piggybacks in my opinion.

I will go back to the dyno in the next couple of days to try out the CS map and probably the Stage 1 map.
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That seems pretty strong. I was expecting closer to 350 HP/TQ.

When are you doing the BM3 flash?
Actually, I already did the CS flash earlier today.

It was an incredibly simple and intuitive process and only took me about 15 minutes from start to finish to register the license and get the software system up and running on the laptop.

Flashing it for the first time took about 5 minutes because it has to open up the ECU. After that, it flashes the maps in less than 1 minute.

Now the car pulls much harder all the way to redline with the CS map and actually feels a lot like a naturally aspirated high revving engine. It truly transforms the car.

Other benefits are that gear shifts are smoother (particularly first to second gear) and I find that the exhaust is also a bit more aggressive.

Overall, I couldn't be happier so far with the Boostmod3 setup and easy of use. Light years ahead of other bench flashes and piggybacks in my opinion.

I will go back to the dyno in the next couple of days to try out the CS map and probably the Stage 1 map
Great to hear! I'm planning to get BM3 pretty soon too. Just curious, have you done the crank hub fix or are you planning to?
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      02-18-2019, 05:06 AM   #10
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That seems pretty strong. I was expecting closer to 350 HP/TQ.

When are you doing the BM3 flash?
Actually, I already did the CS flash earlier today.

It was an incredibly simple and intuitive process and only took me about 15 minutes from start to finish to register the license and get the software system up and running on the laptop.

Flashing it for the first time took about 5 minutes because it has to open up the ECU. After that, it flashes the maps in less than 1 minute.

Now the car pulls much harder all the way to redline with the CS map and actually feels a lot like a naturally aspirated high revving engine. It truly transforms the car.

Other benefits are that gear shifts are smoother (particularly first to second gear) and I find that the exhaust is also a bit more aggressive.

Overall, I couldn't be happier so far with the Boostmod3 setup and easy of use. Light years ahead of other bench flashes and piggybacks in my opinion.

I will go back to the dyno in the next couple of days to try out the CS map and probably the Stage 1 map
Great to hear! I'm planning to get BM3 pretty soon too. Just curious, have you done the crank hub fix or are you planning to?
Not planning on it.
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Actually, I already did the CS flash earlier today.

It was an incredibly simple and intuitive process and only took me about 15 minutes from start to finish to register the license and get the software system up and running on the laptop.

Flashing it for the first time took about 5 minutes because it has to open up the ECU. After that, it flashes the maps in less than 1 minute.

Now the car pulls much harder all the way to redline with the CS map and actually feels a lot like a naturally aspirated high revving engine. It truly transforms the car.

Other benefits are that gear shifts are smoother (particularly first to second gear) and I find that the exhaust is also a bit more aggressive.

Overall, I couldn't be happier so far with the Boostmod3 setup and easy of use. Light years ahead of other bench flashes and piggybacks in my opinion.

I will go back to the dyno in the next couple of days to try out the CS map and probably the Stage 1 map.
Does it fix the after shift lag / torque management thing some people complain about?
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      02-18-2019, 10:13 AM   #12
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It does shift significantly better than stock.
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Bootmod3 CS Dyno results added in the second post.
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Nice one.

I bought BM3 10 days ago, still not had time to use it... too much work and too many chores and stuff to do!

This weekend hopefully try the CS map.
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Bootmod3 Stage 1 Dyno results added in the third post.
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Impressive gains for the free CS map.
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Impressive gains for the free CS map.
Agreed!
That's because these cars (although still underrated by BMW official numbers) come slightly detuned from the factory so they don't outperform the M3s and M4s that have the same S55 engine.
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Impressive gains for the free CS map.
Agreed!
That's because these cars (although still underrated by BMW official numbers) come slightly detuned from the factory so they don't outperform the M3s and M4s that have the same S55 engine.
Thanks for doing these tests. Going to try the the CS+ map as well?

Looks like stock gets its max power later in the rev range than the other two maps.


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Impressive gains for the free CS map.
Agreed!
That's because these cars (although still underrated by BMW official numbers) come slightly detuned from the factory so they don't outperform the M3s and M4s that have the same S55 engine.
Thanks for doing these tests. Going to try the the CS+ map as well?

Looks like stock gets its max power later I'm the reason range than the other two maps.
I really like how linear the CS Map feels even though it has less power than the Stage 1.

What are the characteristics of the CS+ versus the standard CS?
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Impressive gains for the free CS map.
Agreed!
That's because these cars (although still underrated by BMW official numbers) come slightly detuned from the factory so they don't outperform the M3s and M4s that have the same S55 engine.
Thanks for doing these tests. Going to try the the CS+ map as well?

Looks like stock gets its max power later I'm the reason range than the other two maps.
I really like how linear the CS Map feels even though it has less power than the Stage 1.

What are the characteristics of the CS+ versus the standard CS?
Looks like a bit more hp and a little bit less torque, but I don't have an S55, yet.

https://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh....php?t=1542700

also check page 5 for explanation. Also in the example like like real CS is the OEM CS tune, and CS is now named CS+.
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Excellent results on the cs map! I bet the car feels much faster. Although interesting that the stock m2c map peaks higher. Does the CS map feels as linear as the m2c map?

Id love to see results with 1.5-2 gallons of e85 in the tank to make sure full timing is being hit and to offset the Florida heat.
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CS+ has more top end: https://f87.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh...8&postcount=40
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