E9X 325 and E9X 330 (2006-07) N51, N52 Performance Software
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Active Autowerke offers unparalleled performance software. Through careful remapping of the factory BMW DME tables, various elements such as ignition timing, fuel delivery, and part throttles are reworked to create performance gains.
From the factory, there are inherent situations of a rough, cold start idle that makes for poor driveability. With the new Active Autowerke software, the camshaft vanos tables are also re-mapped to eliminate this rough idle scenario to a smoother, cold start idle. The Active Autowerke upgraded software is designed to operate with gasoline that has an average octane rating with full emissions to create a clean burning combustion with good AFR's all within factory specifications.
15+ Horspower gains throughout RPM range
Higher torque over factory settings throught RPM range
Recalibrated settings for a smoother and more responsive part throttle transition
Recalibrated settings for a smoother and more responsive power delivery
Ability to upgrade all ECU's
Modified Vanos camshaft remapping eliminating rough cold start enable
Raised RPM thresholds in sepecific gears
Free tech support and assistance
Local Installation available for many.
Software Purchase Options
When you purchase software you have 3 options to aquire it.
1) Locate an Active Autowerke Flash station equiped dealer near you and have it installed
there. Click here for Dealer List.
2) Purchase a G5 Tool from Active Autowerke and install the software yourself. Very
useful if additional software upgrades are needed in the future.
3)Remove and mail Active Autowerke your ECU and we will install the software. Same day
turnaround on all software. See Tech Support for
details on removal and mailing of ECU.
Click here for Instructions on Removing ECU