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Old Thu, Oct-18-2012, 03:52:25 PM   #31
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How does one go about clearing one's adaptations? I thought re-flashing your DME reset the adaptations, but then again, this is probably my weakest are of understanding of all vehicle systems. Please enlighten...
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How does one go about clearing one's adaptations? I thought re-flashing your DME reset the adaptations, but then again, this is probably my weakest are of understanding of all vehicle systems. Please enlighten...
It's a function within INPA when you choose the S54 engine. I'll provide a comprehensive set of instructions at the top of this thread.
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How does one go about clearing one's adaptations? I thought re-flashing your DME reset the adaptations, but then again, this is probably my weakest are of understanding of all vehicle systems. Please enlighten...
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Hey matthias, don't know if you have convenient access to E85 but if you do a 70/30 mix with pump/E85, and clearing your adaptations, will definitely regain that "umph". In fact, you gain about 2-3 degrees of timing and better throttle response from mid-range on up.

I know there's a lot of misinformation out there about E85 but I do it all the time and was pretty adamant in the beginning with thoroughly checking diagnostics through INPA. No adverse affects were noted.
I'd be more concerned about the long term effect on fuel lines (and any other rubber and plastic components). The car won't throw any codes for that kind of damage
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I'd be more concerned about the long term effect on fuel lines (and any other rubber and plastic components). The car won't throw any codes for that kind of damage
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You hear this a lot, about E85 possibly deteriorating fuel system components and it's not entirely true.

Ethanol, by nature of it being an alcohol, has a very high affinity for water and a very high absorption rate. If you are at all familiar with chemistry and moles (unit) then you know what happens when an alcohol becomes overly saturated with water. It basically falls out of solution, separates and you'll ultimately end up with 3 layers in your fuel tank: water on the bottom, pump gas in the middle and alcohol up top. It's this water that causes accelerated corrosion in older fuel systems comprised mainly of steel, and that's where this whole misnomer about "E85 eats up your fuel system" comes from.

Not much of a problem now a days with the poly type materials used in fuel systems. But it should be noted that ethanol has a relatively short shelf-life and can't be kept in the tank for to long, for obvious reasons
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You hear this a lot, about E85 possibly deteriorating fuel system components and it's not entirely true.

Ethanol, by nature of it being an alcohol, has a very high affinity for water and a very high absorption rate. If you are at all familiar with chemistry and moles (unit) then you know what happens when an alcohol becomes overly saturated with water. It basically falls out of solution, separates and you'll ultimately end up with 3 layers in your fuel tank: water on the bottom, pump gas in the middle and alcohol up top. It's this water that causes accelerated corrosion in older fuel systems comprised mainly of steel, and that's where this whole misnomer about "E85 eats up your fuel system" comes from.

Not much of a problem now a days with the poly type materials used in fuel systems. But it should be noted that ethanol has a relatively short shelf-life and can't be kept in the tank for to long, for obvious reasons
It not the corrsion in the gas tank people talk about when using the E85. It more the deterioration of the rubber lines, but I read that somewhere that the new cars should not be affected by the deterioration of the lines. But then, that from someone from being a computer saying that, but is there any proof of it?
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Due to the severely fragmented nature of MSS54/MSS54HP information within this and other M3 communities, I'm starting a comprehensive information thread whereby I can maintain information pertinent to all things related to the DME of the E46 M3.

This is a table of information auto-parsed from flash files taken from the ISTA CDs. If you have a version that isn't listed here, please PM me your .0DA file so I can add it to the list! (Please bear in mind that I'm not manually parsing and interpreting this information, this is extracted straight from the BMW AG files themselves.)
Release #Release DateSystemModelRegionFilenameStandZV_1
7.842.98123-Apr-2009MSS54HPE46-M3-USA-HSLEVA7843302.0DAJD39 E46-M3-US
7.842.98123-Apr-2009MSS54HPE46-M3-USA-SMGLEVA7843304.0DAJD79 E46-M3-US
7.842.97913-Mar-2009MSS54HPE46-M3-USA-HSLEVA7842980.0DAJ469 E46-M3-US
7.842.97713-Mar-2009MSS54HPE46-M3-USA-HSLEVA7842978.0DAJ429 E46-M3-US
7.842.97524-Apr-2009MSS54HPE36/7-M-Roadster-USLEVA7843310.0DAQ429E36/7-M-Roadster-US
7.842.97524-Apr-2009MSS54HPE46-M3-USA-SMGLEVA7843306.0DAJD39E46-M3-US-SMG
7.842.97524-Apr-2009MSS54HPE46-M3-USA-SMGLEVA7843308.0DAJD79E46-M3-US-SMG
7.842.97313-Mar-2009MSS54E46 M3 US HSUSOBDA7842974.0DAJ469Serie E46 M3 US
7.842.97113-Mar-2009MSS54E46 M3 US HSUSOBDA7842972.0DAJ429Serie E46 M3 US
7.842.56931-Oct-2008MSS54HPE46-M3-USA-HSLEVA7842566.0DAJD39 E46-M3-US
7.842.56731-Oct-2008MSS54HPE46-M3-USA-SMGLEVA7842568.0DAJD79 E46-M3-US
7.842.55731-Oct-2008MSS54HPE46-M3-USALEVA7842558.0DAJD79 E46-M3-US
7.842.55531-Oct-2008MSS54HPE46-M3-USALEVA7842556.0DAJD39E46-M3-US
7.837.93901-Jul-2005MSS54E46JapanA7837940.0DAJD59 (23.06.05)Serie E46M3-SMG-Japan
7.837.93301-Jul-2005MSS54E46EU3A7837934.0DAJD74 (23.06.05)Serie E46M3-SMG-SA858ZA
7.837.93101-Jul-2005MSS54E46EU3A7837932.0DAJD54 (23.06.05)Serie E46M3-SMG-SA861RDW
7.837.92901-Jul-2005MSS54E46EOBDA7837930.0DAJD34 (23.06.05)Serie E46M3-EOBD
7.837.91801-Jul-2005MSS54E46-M3JapanA7837918.0DAJ449 (22.06.05)Serie E46-M3-Japan
7.837.91201-Jul-2005MSS54E46-M3SA858A7837912.0DAJ464 (22.06.05)Serie E46-M3-SA858
7.837.91001-Jul-2005MSS54E46-M3SA861A7837910.0DAJ444 (22.06.05)Serie E46-M3-SA861
7.837.90801-Jul-2005MSS54E46-M3ECEA7837908.0DAJ424 (22.06.05)Serie E46-M3-EOBD
7.837.80328-Jun-2005MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-JapanJapanA7837804.0DAJD59 (22.06.05)E46-M3-SMG-Japan
7.837.79728-Jun-2005MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-SA858ZAEU3A7837798.0DAJD74 (22.06.05)E46-M3-SMG-SA858ZA
7.837.79528-Jun-2005MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-SA861RDWEU3A7837796.0DAJD54 (22.06.05)E46-M3-SMG-SA861RDW
7.837.79328-Jun-2005MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-ECEEU3A7837794.0DAJD34 (22.06.05)E46-M3-SMG-EOBD
7.837.79128-Jun-2005MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-ECEEU4A7837792.0DAJD94 (22.06.05)E46-M3-SMG-EOBD
7.837.79028-Jun-2005MSS54HPE46-M3JapanA7837790.0DAJ449 (23.06.05)E46-M3-Japan
7.837.78428-Jun-2005MSS54HPE46-M3SA858A7837784.0DAJ464 (23.06.05)E46-M3-SA858
7.837.78228-Jun-2005MSS54HPE46-M3SA861A7837782.0DAJ444 (23.06.05)E46-M3-SA861
7.837.78028-Jun-2005MSS54HPE46-M3EU3A7837780.0DAJ424 (23.06.05)E46-M3-EOBD EU3
7.837.77828-Jun-2005MSS54HPE46-M3EU4A7837778.0DAJ484 (23.06.05)E46-M3-EOBD EU4
7.837.33921-Dec-2004MSS54HPE46-M3 CSLEU3A7837339.0DAPD3J (03.12.04)E46-M3-CSL-Japan SA231
7.837.33721-Dec-2004MSS54HPE46-M3 CSLEU3A7837337.0DAPD1J (03.12.04)E46-M3-CSL-Japan Vmax unregulated
7.837.33521-Dec-2004MSS54HPE46-M3 CSLEU3A7837335.0DAPD3D (03.12.04)E46-M3-CSL-SA861 SA231
7.837.33321-Dec-2004MSS54HPE46-M3 CSLEU3A7837333.0DAPD1D (03.12.04)E46-M3-CSL-SA861 Vmax unregulated
7.837.33121-Dec-2004MSS54HPE46-M3 CSLEU3A7837331.0DAPD31 (03.12.04)E46-M3-CSL-EOBD SA231
7.837.32921-Dec-2004MSS54HPE46-M3 CSLEU3A7837329.0DAPD11 (03.12.04)E46-M3-CSL-EOBD Vmax unregulated
7.836.36507-Apr-2004MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-USUS-LEVA7836366.0DAJD99 (01.04.04)E46-M3-SMG-US
7.836.36307-Apr-2004MSS54HPE46-M3OBD IIA7836364.0DA1801 (01.04.04)Datensatz M3US Vers107 Prod to 9/2002
7.835.64726-Jun-2003MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-USUS-LEVA7835648.0DAJ469 (25.06.03)E46-M3-US
7.835.64426-Jun-2003MSS54HPE46-M3SA858A7835644.0DAJ464 (25.06.03)E46-M3-SA858
7.835.58126-Jun-2003MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-JapanEU3A7835582.0DAJD59 (25.06.03)E46-M3-SMG-Japan
7.835.57926-Jun-2003MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-USUS-LEVA7835580.0DAJD79 (25.06.03)E46-M3-SMG-US
7.835.57526-Jun-2003MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-SA858EU3A7835576.0DAJD74 (25.06.03)E46-M3-SMG-SA858ZA
7.835.57326-Jun-2003MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-SA861EU3A7835574.0DAJD54 (25.06.03)E46-M3-SMG-SA861RDW
7.835.57126-Jun-2003MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-ECEEU3A7835572.0DAJD34 (25.06.03)VS E46-M3-SMG-EOBD
7.835.57026-Jun-2003MSS54HPE46-M3JapanA7835570.0DAJ449 (25.06.03)E46-M3-Japan
7.835.56826-Jun-2003MSS54HPE46-M3SA861A7835568.0DAJ444 (25.06.03)E46-M3-SA861
7.835.56626-Jun-2003MSS54HPE46-M3EU3A7835566.0DAJ424 (25.06.03)E46-M3-EOBD
7.834.93427-Feb-2003MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-JapanEU3A7834934.0DAJD59 (24.02.03)VS E46-M3-SMG-Japan
7.834.93227-Feb-2003MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-US from MJ2003US-LEVA7834932.0DAJD79 (21.02.03)VS E46-M3-SMG-US from MY2003
7.834.93027-Feb-2003MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-USUS-LEVA7834930.0DAJD39 (21.02.03)VS E46-M3-SMG-US
7.834.92827-Feb-2003MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-SA858EU3A7834928.0DAJD74 (24.02.03)VS E46-M3-SMG-SA858
7.834.92627-Feb-2003MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-SA861EU3A7834926.0DAJD54 (24.02.03)VS E46-M3-SMG-SA861
7.834.92427-Feb-2003MSS54HPE46-M3-SMG-ECEEU3A7834924.0DAJD34 (21.02.03)VS E46-M3-SMG-EOBD
7.834.92227-Feb-2003MSS54HPE46-M3JapanA7834922.0DAJ449 (25.02.03)VS E46-M3-Japan
7.834.91927-Feb-2003MSS54HPE46-M3OBD IIA7834920.0DA1601 (24.02.03)VS E46-M3US-HS-OBD II
7.834.91727-Feb-2003MSS54HPE46-M3OBD IIA7834918.0DA1601 (24.02.03)E46-M3US-HS-OBD II to MY03
7.834.91627-Feb-2003MSS54HPE46-M3SA858A7834916.0DAJ464 (25.02.03)VS E46-M3-SA858
7.834.91427-Feb-2003MSS54HPE46-M3SA861A7834914.0DAJ444 (25.02.03)VS E46-M3-SA861
7.834.91227-Feb-2003MSS54HPE46-M3EU3A7834912.0DAJ424 (25.02.03)VS E46-M3-EOBD
7.834.75216-Dec-2002MSS54E46USOBDA7834753.0DAJDF) (12.12.02)Serie E46M3SMG-USOBD from Prod. 9/2002
7.834.75016-Dec-2002MSS54E46USOBDA7834751.0DAJDD9 (12.12.02)Serie E46M3SMG-USOBD to Prod. 9/2002
7.834.74616-Dec-2002MSS54E46USOBDA7834747.0DAJ4G9 (10.12.02)Serie E46M3-USOBD from Prod. 9/2002
7.834.74416-Dec-2002MSS54E46USOBDA7834745.0DAJ4E9 (10.12.02)Serie E46M3-USOBD to Prod. 9/2002
7.833.93414-Jun-2002MSS54E46JAPANA7833935.0DAJD59 (13.06.02)Serie E46M3-SMG-JAPAN
7.833.92814-Jun-2002MSS54E46SA858 RSAA7833929.0DAJD74 (13.06.02)Serie E46M3-SMG-SA858-RSA
7.833.92614-Jun-2002MSS54E46SA861 RDWA7833927.0DAJD54 (13.06.02)Serie E46M3-SMG-SA861-RDW
7.833.92414-Jun-2002MSS54E46ECE-EOBDA7833925.0DAJD34 (13.06.02)Serie E46M3-ECE-EOBD-SMG
7.833.91314-Jun-2002MSS54E46-M3JapanA7833913.0DAJ449 (12.06.02)Serie E46-M3-Japan
7.833.90514-Jun-2002MSS54E46-M3SA858A7833905.0DAJ464 (12.06.02)Serie E46-M3-SA858
7.833.89614-Jun-2002MSS54E46-M3SA861A7833896.0DAJ444 (12.06.02)Serie E46-M3-SA861
7.833.89414-Jun-2002MSS54E46-M3ECEA7833894.0DAJ424 (07.06.02)Serie E46-M3-EOBD
7.833.18101-Jul-2005MSS54E36/7EOBDA7837920.0DAQ424 (30.06.05)Serie E36/7-EOBD
7.832.22801-Jul-2005MSS54E36/7JOBDA7837928.0DAQ449 (30.06.05)Serie E36/7-SA858
7.831.83317-Jan-2000MSS54E36/7M-tUSA7831833.0DAQD09 (13.01.00)Vorserie E36/7M-t
7.831.83101-Jul-2005MSS54E36/7SA858A7837924.0DAQ464 (30.06.05)Serie E36/7-SA858
7.831.83101-Jul-2005MSS54E36/7SA861A7837922.0DAQ444 (30.06.05)Serie E36/7-SA861
7.831.83017-Jan-2000MSS54E36/7M-tECEA7831830.0DAQD04 (13.01.00)Vorserie E36/7M-t
7.831.82717-Jan-2000MSS54E46 M3USA7831827.0DAJ409 (13.01.00)Vorserie 2 E46-M3
7.831.82417-Jan-2000MSS54E46 M3ECEA7831824.0DAJ404 (13.01.00)Vorserie 2 E46-M3
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It not the corrsion in the gas tank people talk about when using the E85. It more the deterioration of the rubber lines, but I read that somewhere that the new cars should not be affected by the deterioration of the lines. But then, that from someone from being a computer saying that, but is there any proof of it?
I was about to write a big long post about the ins and outs of ethanol blended fuels, but I decided to make it it's own thread, so I'll let you check it out yourself. http://www.m3forum.net/m3forum/showthread.php?t=423953
Ultimately, most vehicles built after the early 90's shouldn't have any issues with their fuel system (rubber or plastic parts) deteriorating, but using anything greater than 10% ethanol is a risk, as you are running your engine leaner than it was designed for. This means higher cylinder, exhaust valve, and exhaust gas temperatures. These are not good things. For all I know, the computer is capable of making the necessary adjustments to keep the engine safe, but I would advise against using an unknown blend of ethanol.

Okay, back on topic now
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I sent this to p0lar, but I figure this would be useful for most people...

I was going through an old version of DIS (v39) to see if I could find any old DME versions, and I found some. They're definitely older variants than what's found in any of the progman releases. But it's compressed (or something) and I don't recognize the scheme... maybe someone with more computer experience than myself can piece it together? From what I can tell mss54p.dir has all the filenames for the 0pa files, and mss54d.dir has the ones for the 0da files.

Here's the archive: http://www.filesend.net/download.php...efbf268712a51d

There are also other potentially interesting files in DIS... I know a lot of people were interested in acquiring older SMG flashes since they're supposed to be more aggressive. They're there, but again, I don't know how to reconstruct them for use in WinKFP

If you want to extract the various files yourself - open up your DIS CD, brows to "DAT.US" and find the file "SGC" - depending on the version of DIS, it should be around 80-100MBs. Extract SGC as a TAR, and go digging.
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