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      Yesterday, 07:58 PM   #5699
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Anyone has sluggish throttle response after installing the linear throttle option?

My car actually felt more responsive stock

Might flash it back to stock- not satisfied at all should of went carefree and paid more with dinan
Stock "progressive throttle" learns/adapts based off of your driving habits so in many cases the throttle pedal will feel more sensitive in the first 1/3rd portion of travel. The linear travel option utilizes the whole pedal so 25% of pedal movement will equate to 25% of throttle input.

Our cars must adapt for a bit after an initial flash. Drive the car for around 200 miles and it should feel a good bit better. I work for BMW and can get a huge discount on DINAN stuff, but I still went with MHD. DINAN does not have the continuous updates that MHD has and many N55s with DINAN software tend to have issues.
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Anyone has sluggish throttle response after installing the linear throttle option?

My car actually felt more responsive stock

Might flash it back to stock- not satisfied at all should of went carefree and paid more with dinan
Dinan is trash, just turn off the linear pedal option makes a lot more sense
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Stock "progressive throttle" learns/adapts based off of your driving habits so in many cases the throttle pedal will feel more sensitive in the first 1/3rd portion of travel. The linear travel option utilizes the whole pedal so 25% of pedal movement will equate to 25% of throttle input.

Our cars must adapt for a bit after an initial flash. Drive the car for around 200 miles and it should feel a good bit better. I work for BMW and can get a huge discount on DINAN stuff, but I still went with MHD. DINAN does not have the continuous updates that MHD has and many N55s with DINAN software tend to have issues.
I just reflagged it - took 4 minutes no issues and deselected the linear throttle - test drive didnít see much different to your point maybe needs to reset again.

I did the s1 93oct....prob should of done the 95...

I just remember stock I didnít have to dip the pedal to the floor like I did for linear throttle mode - sucked !

Iíll try for a few weeks and see how it goes .

Whatís a good burble setting for thee stick / sport setting? I left it at where it was pre set and donít notice any burble
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I just remember stock I didnít have to dip the pedal to the floor like I did for linear throttle mode - sucked !
You'd think differently at the track, if you had more power, or in the rain and snow. It's much easier to modulate the throttle with the linear throttle map.
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