Incredible results from this F90 M5 from Steve, customer from Quebec, Canada! Only hardware modifications on his F90 M5 are downpipes and a lower temp (90C) thermostat used on a 550i to keep the oil temps cooler and a quick flash to bootmod3 OTS (Off The Shelf) Stage 2 E30 octane map.
New Logging Support: Expanded datalogging abilities through RAM channels on MG1 and MG1 Aurix DME cars (e.g. all variants of the B58 engine including the A90 Supra, S58 in the X3M. See pic of a sample bm3 datalog from an M140i B58 test car attached.
In combination with non-RAM channels you're able to concurrently capture over 70 channels at over 20 samples per second!
MEVD support is in testing across ROMs and on the way.
Google Chrome is now our officially supported browser. Those using Safari will see a not-supported message displayed.
Maps download and save right inside the browser for in-browser map management. When flashing a map for the very first time you'll see a popup asking to 'Accept' using browser storage. This feature is the first in a series of upcoming features to allow richer offline user experience (already works with mobile apps).
Fix for mobile browsers, tapping on input fields (e.g. tap on username field on login or anywhere inside the app) would zoom-in the screen throwing off the UI until a user would refresh.
We've added a new feature to enable users to selectively remove DTCs (Diagnostic Trouble Codes) on maps. In the cases of extensive hardware mods relating to the engine or its accessories there are times when its nice to turn off certain codes from coming up.
This DOES NOT in any way help resolve any mechanical issues one may be having. In some other cases, turning off a code will also not resolve an issue where additional custom tuning is necessary to fully address the problem.
However, in situations where the source/cause of a given code are well understood and users are comfortable turning it off to 'clean things up' this is a really neat feature to get that done.
bootmod3 system update 0.10.093 is out along with the new OBD Agent. Changes include:
Additional vehicle support
Ability to datalog secondary DME on dual DME cars (e.g. S63tu, N63tu)
Changes to datalogging configuration screen splitting Default and Other channels along with an Advanced tab for configuring RAM channels covering a large number of new channels across various software versions supported. "Advanced" tab isn't available outside of bm3 internal dev test cars just yet but will be open to a wider beta and public release very soon. More details to follow soon.
Offline Mode menu item accessible while logged in to allow for easy toggle between online and offline modes while logged in
Various minor UI updates and fixes
Number of other really cool tuning features are in the works and hoping to release them soon.
App releases to iOS App Store and Google Play store on the way!
Take your 2019+ BMW F97 F98 X3M X4M to new heights with our freshly released S58 OTS maps and custom tuning. Full custom tuning support with end user map configuration support available on macOS, Windows, iOS and Android. From stock to tuned in ~3mins, just seconds to switch maps, start here!
Updated 4bar TMAP support including an option to use 'ORIGINAL' for it (for custom tuning)
Cold start (cat heating) map config change for MG1 Aurix cars B58-T0-C and B58-T0-D cars (Supra, G05 X5, etc).
More DTC (trouble codes) English translations added
Implemented a change to recoding the DME on MEVD cars (N13, N20, N55, S55, S63tu, N63tu), should remove need to Online Recode for good. Keeping the Online Recode button under Diagnostics still for the time being.
Diagnostics -> Read codes, fixed issue with descriptions not showing up.
Popup error that mentioned Needing full flash before recoding, resolved.
Offline mode: Fixed menu items not showing up after last release's Help menu addition
bootmod3 0.10.085 release is now out and updates include the following:
- New vehicle support - (Map Config) Bosch 4bar TMAP sensor support on all MEVD DME cars (N20, N55, S55, S63tu, N63tu). - (Map Config) Dorch Engineering HPFP support for 1st gen B58 (B58-F and B58-G, non-T0)
- X3M "Stage 1" OTS maps available in open beta under "OTS Maps". S58 with the 4400lb X3M is showing incredible gains so far including 10.8sec 1/4mile with no mods and just E30 octane, 11.0 on just 93 octane!
- Various dashboard and logging enhancements and fixes Boost Target math channel added for logging target above ~22psi (2.5bar absolute). This has been available by adding Boost target and deviation channels since the beginning but now its just easier. RAM variable logging tested and coming very soon with additional channels
- Agent startup time further reduced
- "Special Agent" no longer a 'thing' for those with bench unlock DMEs. As of this release you'd simply use the standard release and not touch the unlock/relock.
Map configuration screen descriptions for all settings and values available.
This should help those using the screen for the first time get a sense of what the values are if or when they may not be clear. I realize some of you will enjoy these being added right in the screen even though all of them are documented in the actively maintained bootmod3 User Manual.