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      05-29-2019, 08:14 AM   #1
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E9x Coding for track

Hey there, i never actually did any coding for track use and was wondering what need to be done exactly? Most likely going to do it myself this weekend just can't find a thread on exactly what options need to be changed
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      05-29-2019, 12:07 PM   #2
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Find thread from paradoxical3 from 1-18-2016 titled Guide to BMW's electronic nannies (coding off e-diff and much more).
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      05-30-2019, 03:24 PM   #3
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Find thread from paradoxical3 from 1-18-2016 titled Guide to BMW's electronic nannies (coding off e-diff and much more).
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https://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1216639
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Bringing this one back from the dead. The file links don't work for me. Does anyone know how to code these off? I've been searching for an hour.
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Bringing this one back from the dead. The file links don't work for me. Does anyone know how to code these off? I've been searching for an hour.
If you have ProTool, easy peasy.
INPA is more complicated.

http://dreamingin302ci.blogspot.com/...ve-handle.html
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I don't have x drive. Does RWD have the same DSC nannies as X drive?
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I don't have x drive. Does RWD have the same DSC nannies as X drive?
Go through list on ProTool once you connect it and see what you have.
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I don't have x drive. Does RWD have the same DSC nannies as X drive?
Go through list on ProTool once you connect it and see what you have.
No protool here. Just NCS expert
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I don't have x drive. Does RWD have the same DSC nannies as X drive?
Go through list on ProTool once you connect it and see what you have.
No protool here. Just NCS expert
I can't help you with that. You have INPA right?
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      08-12-2022, 09:26 PM   #10
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I can't help you with that. You have INPA right?
How do you do this is with inpa?
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      08-13-2022, 04:02 AM   #11
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I can't help you with that. You have INPA right?
How do you do this is with inpa?
I was referring that he might downloaded whole package. I supposed to be more detailed.
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Yes I do have INPA
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      08-15-2022, 12:02 PM   #13
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Yes I do have INPA
NSC should be part of that download.
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      08-15-2022, 08:36 PM   #14
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I never knew there were so many nannies hidden in the car. I always thought the 5 second traction button press disabled most everything, but it looks like alot of these are still active even so.
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I never knew there were so many nannies hidden in the car. I always thought the 5 second traction button press disabled most everything, but it looks like alot of these are still active even so.
In another post you indicated you are doing HPDE's?
You need to code out everything but e.diff. DME might lower power especially if you have 330 and not upgraded 328 LCI. Pre LCI are known to be more aggressive in limiting performance due to brake overheat function. Pressing DSC for 5sec won't do anything to override that.
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Kind of related to this, or I probably should start a new thread, but is there a knowledge database or any kind of list/guide to traction control values? Because coding out basic options that everyone does, is just barely enough. Because if one goes through the list, there are values assigned to undesteer, oversteer, power reduction etc, and I'm assuming those define how your car is when traction/stability module tries to "help" you while on track.
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