Throttle response increase

chrisdfv

Corporal
Aug 29, 2017
212
Just over 500 miles, 2 days after break in mfactory axles said see ya.

currently fighting them on the warranty as they were advertised as lifetime. now magically it's one year.
Dang. It's literally advertised here as lifetime, and transferable.

My clutch(organic) continued to get easier to launch with more miles. Even up to about 2k miles. It feels really good now.
 

AzNdevil

Corporal
Nov 4, 2016
226
Hong Kong
It feels good! I suggest linear throttle mapping tho, because it can be too touchy otherwise. The throttle response is night and day.
still feels too touchy with linear throttle mapping with a smfw if you ask me... need to remove some from the driver torque request table
 
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JohnDaviz

Lurker
Jan 6, 2019
14
Tldr. Wasn't working at all or just wasn't good?
It is working great!

I think it is a bit complex topic and just a few people with unlocked maps have also the time to test. Besides me i only know CarAbuser who has tested probably even more than me.

I removed basically 10% from Stock and it was a significant difference. Today i am close to 0 values but you will then have to re-map your throttle pedal i.e. Torque Request maps. This was like 30 revisions until today or more.

With just the 90% version you can leave the "stock" linear throttle from MHD.


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These are "moderate" Base values on the last picture. Just try them if you have DCT. And then push the sport button and shift manually :D That´ll be a suprise for ya.
 
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JohnDaviz

Lurker
Jan 6, 2019
14
The original thread has most of the DCT guys doing their own custom half-way stuff because it wasn't working and they posted screenshots of their tables.
That is really not summarized correctly ;) It is always working but torque request map has to be adjusted as well with values close to zero.

Also my base values presented work as that "moderate" setting.
 

nahor

Lurker
Sep 15, 2017
20
Do these tables not work for anyone else? I’ve tried a complete flash back to stock and reflash with no luck.
 

derekgates

Specialist
Feb 23, 2018
98
NW FL
It is working great!

I think it is a bit complex topic and just a few people with unlocked maps have also the time to test. Besides me i only know CarAbuser who has tested probably even more than me.

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These are "moderate" Base values on the last picture. Just try them if you have DCT. And then push the sport button and shift manually :D That´ll be a suprise for ya.
Hey! Cool to see you on here. I have been following the thread on e90post and have been in contact with @WedgePerformance to get this on my DCT tune for my 335is.

He used the XDF definitions from CarAbuser: https://www.e90post.com/forums/showpost.php?p=24755029&postcount=41 and replied to me with an updated flash with the following:
Try this. Updated the two tables like John's post.

The car is... something else. I've been plagued with lethargic performance from my DCT and thought it was a limitation of the transmission or dual turbo setup compared to an NA V8. The car is *TOO* sensitive in first gear but I am now reading that you are using the linear throttle setting; I am using the stock BMW throttle map as it was the only way to make the car 'react' without these tables.

Wedge is pretty busy and I haven't had a chance to go over the settings in depth with him, but it is very promising. I need to give him/Steve some feedback on the car and hopefully come up with a strategy for anyone using Ken's tunes!
 
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