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Old 01-06-2013, 06:55 PM
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Default DME coding options for throttle response?

Are there any coding options in the DME to change the mapping of the drive by wire throttle?

For instance, I know that certain BMW models come with a feature that lets the driver select between "ECO", "comfort", and "sport" modes. Each of these changes a number of settings in a number of different modules. Having recently driven an F20 with this feature, it was apparent that the throttle mapping was heavily influenced by the particular setting. So, I'm wondering if I can change the DME coding in my E82 so that the throttle mapping is permanently in a "sport" mode. My car does not have the feature of being able to select between different modes with a button on the center console. I'm permanently stuck in "comfort" mode which, to me, feels way to numb through the first 1/4 of pedal travel.


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