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Old Fri, Jan-26-2018, 04:32:37 PM   #21
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im curious.. i know nothing about what you all are talking about but from the outside i'm still wondering.. if this TAP person doesn't want them shared publicly... then how did so many of you get them? were they at one time available for purchase from him directly? or did you build your own from a shared resource at one point in time but still can not post up what you have discovered since TAP was involved?

seems a lot of people have the info needed but can not share publicly because of one persons request due to claim on IP work involved with XDFs but still wondering how those people have them. its not one of those if I tell you I have to kill you type of deals is it.
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its not one of those if I tell you I have to kill you type of deals is it.
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It's a shame because the whole reason this 'Coding and Tuning' subsection of the forum got setup was because of P0lar's vision of openly sharing information.
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Old Fri, Jan-26-2018, 05:10:21 PM   #24
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If ur serious about modifying dme ..
Use bimmereditor .. about $400

http://www.bimmereditor.com


Or just to poke around tunerpro has an simple xdf for s54 on there web site.



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Is there a big difference between the out-of-the box xdf in tunerpro/bimmereditor?

I've never had any issues with tunerpro, would rather use the UI/UX that I'm accustomed to. I really don't see any advantage over tunerpro other than being able to flash from your bin editor which I won't be doing much of.


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It's not a case of we are not willing to share (or charging for it), infact i'd be more than happy to share.



However the XDF's we are using were created by a member on here called TAP, and as he put the work in, he requested that we do not post them publicly.



If you drop him a pm, i'm sure he will sort out the xdf you want.


From what I've read he seems out of contact/off the forums. Is that not the case?


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What do you want to edit @spx
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Honestly I'm just curious, I'm accustomed to tuning N54 turbo engines so I wanted to explore the DME and see what stock values are across the board and compare to logs of tuned engines to spot the differences.

What's the go-to logging tool/application used on this platform?


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Honestly I'm just curious, I'm accustomed to tuning N54 turbo engines so I wanted to explore the DME and see what stock values are across the board and compare to logs of tuned engines to spot the differences.

What's the go-to logging tool/application used on this platform?


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Testo or BMWlogger.. having bought a license for the latter I still use testo. S54 logging is WAY slower than MSD8x unfortunately.

Testo requires INPA to be installed, if not there's a standalone version or you can use BMWlogger.
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im curious.. i know nothing about what you all are talking about but from the outside i'm still wondering.. if this TAP person doesn't want them shared publicly... then how did so many of you get them? were they at one time available for purchase from him directly? or did you build your own from a shared resource at one point in time but still can not post up what you have discovered since TAP was involved?

seems a lot of people have the info needed but can not share publicly because of one persons request due to claim on IP work involved with XDFs but still wondering how those people have them. its not one of those if I tell you I have to kill you type of deals is it.
The XDFs were pretty much all of Tap's work. He didn't share them publicly, but he gave them to pretty much anyone who asked while he was active (probably excluding HakenTT and the like). Pretty much all of us who were involved in the early days have them as such.

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Testo or BMWlogger.. having bought a license for the latter I still use testo. S54 logging is WAY slower than MSD8x unfortunately.

Testo requires INPA to be installed, if not there's a standalone version or you can use BMWlogger.
It might be possible to raise the logging speed actually. Paffy obviously does so for flashing, don't know if it would work for *all* communications. I did notice some commands in tool32 that seem to be capable of raising the baud rate, so there's something to explore there.
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It might be possible to raise the logging speed actually. Paffy obviously does so for flashing, don't know if it would work for *all* communications. I did notice some commands in tool32 that seem to be capable of raising the baud rate, so there's something to explore there.
This would be huge. As far as I'm concerned anything better than the way it is now is a big improvement. MSSflasher is surprisingly one of the fastest flash utilities I've used on any platform. I've been looking into CAN logging as my next step but it seems to still be largely uncharted territory.
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