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      01-28-2010, 07:39 AM   #1
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** Evolve Switchable Remap - Special forum pricing ** (User/Install Guide in Post #1)

The Evolve Switch

Giving you the power to switch between standard and Evolve remap within 5 minutes. No matter where you are you can benefit from an Evolve ECU remap.

Offer is available at 535 inc VAT for all Deisel engined cars - free shipping to UK. Shipping to Europe is 20.


The Installation & User Guide is available HERE





Dyno Graphs

BMW 2.0d 177bhp pre March 2009



BMW 2.0d 163bhp



BMW 3.0d 231bhp



BMW 335d 286bhp Not applicable to US models.



For further information please PM, email ( imran@evo-s.co.uk ) or call + 44 1582 573 801.

We will post up our 2010 discount structure for normal ECU remaps soon.

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      01-28-2010, 08:12 PM   #2
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The Evolve Switch

Giving you the power to switch between standard and evolve tune within 5 minutes. No matter where you are you can benefit from an evolve ECU remap.

Offer is available at 535 inc VAT for all Deisel engined cars - free shipping to UK. Shipping to Europe is 20.




Dyno Graphs

BMW 2.0d 177bhp pre March 2009



BMW 2.0d 163bhp



BMW 3.0d 231bhp



BMW 335d 286bhp Not applicable to US models.



For further information please PM, email ( imran@evo-s.co.uk ) or call + 44 1582 573 801.

We will post up our 2010 discount structure for normal ECU remaps soon.
Hi Imran

Why are the figures on the 2.0 177bhp almost identical up to around 2000rpm pre-map / mapped?

the other engines show marked difference right from the start.

Also, the torque gains over original looks considerably lower compared to the other engines.

e.g.
177 @ 280 lbft to 337 lbft = +20%
163 @ 258 lbft to 340 lbft = +31%

Or am I reading it wrongly?
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      02-04-2010, 05:17 AM   #3
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The power follows the original curve to begin with at full load on the manual cars to protect the clutch.

You can read a review of the upgrade by BMW Car magazine here

The other engines are more tuneable. Any more power on the 320d 177 and you start to get transmission rumble.

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The power follows the original curve to begin with at full load on the manual cars to protect the clutch.

You can read a review of the upgrade by BMW Car magazine here

The other engines are more tuneable. Any more power on the 320d 177 and you start to get transmission rumble.
Thanks Imran

I get it now
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Hi Imran,

I'm just wondering when will the switcher be available to 335i owners? Any estimate cost in US$ for the switcher and flash combo?
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      02-06-2010, 06:29 AM   #6
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Hi,

An "old" question:
When will be the switch available for the LCI modells?
Say 318d from may 2009...
Thanks
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      02-06-2010, 11:32 AM   #7
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Hi Imran,

I'm just wondering when will the switcher be available to 335i owners? Any estimate cost in US$ for the switcher and flash combo?
I estimated the first 1/4 of 2010 and I 'm sticking to that estimation
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      02-06-2010, 11:33 AM   #8
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Hi,

An "old" question:
When will be the switch available for the LCI modells?
Say 318d from may 2009...
Thanks
No estimation on this at present.
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      02-09-2010, 12:10 PM   #9
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Hi Imran,

Add a customer for the 318D LCI on the switch when you have one ready.
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      02-17-2010, 12:36 PM   #10
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Current batch sold out.

I have some more coming in tomorrow.

Thank you for your orders.
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      02-17-2010, 03:40 PM   #11
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Hi Imran,

Do you have any graphs for the E92 325D?
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      02-18-2010, 07:11 AM   #12
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Hi Imran,

Do you have any graphs for the E92 325D?
I will have on Saturday as its the first time we are getting one back on the rollers after we lost our dyno graph database.
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      02-18-2010, 08:26 AM   #13
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Hi Imran,

So the graph for the 320d is for a manual car. Does the auto has the same limitations or is the graph different?

Another one or two questions if I may. If I am worried about my car and I just want 205-210 HP and 310-320 lb/ft torque is that possible. Will the graph be as smooth as the one you show?


Can I have two maps on the switch? The normal map and a more conservative one (eg based on economy providing more mpg) and is there a problem switching often between maps.

Thanks
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Will there be an evolve switch for petrol cars?

I really like the idea of being able to switch the map back to standard before putting the car in for servicing etc.
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I will have on Saturday as its the first time we are getting one back on the rollers after we lost our dyno graph database.
Any joy?
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Yes - here you go. An additional 40-60 Ft/lbs Torque and 40-50 BHP.



This was a manual car.

The owner of this car is a forum member so hopefully he will put a review up soon.
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Will there be an evolve switch for petrol cars?

I really like the idea of being able to switch the map back to standard before putting the car in for servicing etc.
Coming soon
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Hi Imran,

So the graph for the 320d is for a manual car. Does the auto has the same limitations or is the graph different?

Another one or two questions if I may. If I am worried about my car and I just want 205-210 HP and 310-320 lb/ft torque is that possible. Will the graph be as smooth as the one you show?


Can I have two maps on the switch? The normal map and a more conservative one (eg based on economy providing more mpg) and is there a problem switching often between maps.

Thanks
The auto can take more power.

Here is a graph from an auto - as you can see it is very smooth.



You can have less power if you want. We can also provide an additional map but this would incur an additional cost. We feel that additional maps are just a gimmick as the remaps we give as default provide extra MPG anyway.

There is not problem with switching maps often if the instructions are followed correctly.
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Yes - here you go. An additional 40-60 Ft/lbs Torque and 40-50 BHP.

This was a manual car.

The owner of this car is a forum member so hopefully he will put a review up soon.
Thanks Imran.

This suggests that BMW massively under quote for the 325d (marketing?).
Looking at the other graphs this also appears to be true of the 330d albeit to a lesser extent but the two 320d versions and 335d appear close to quoted.

Mine also is a manual so I shall look forward to a review as I am still very interested.
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Most diesels have put down more power on the dyno than quoted.
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Ohhh ... will it work with the LCI 335i?

I'll be watching with interest.
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Ohhh ... will it work with the LCI 335i?

I'll be watching with interest.
Is this for the "imaginary" 335i you have?
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