2010 BMW E92 335i Steptronic AT M Sport | JB3 2.0 Map 5 | Stett Cold Air Intake | Stett Charge Pipe | TiAL BOV
2008 BMW E92 335xi 6 Speed MT | COBB TUNING AccessPORT Stage 1 | BMS DCI
Both cars using 93 octane pump gas
ECS Tuning: Cobb Tuning BMW AccessPORT
BMW AccessPORT Available At: http://www.ecstuning.com/ES2189787/?utm_source=Youtube
Do you want to be in control of your vehicle's performance? If so, this new AccessPORT for your 135/335/535 will allow you to unleash the power inside your vehicle.
This system allows you to unlock power hidden within the ECU by replacing conservative factory settings with more aggressive calibrations. Once upgraded, you will notice impressive gains in torque and horsepower. The AccessPORT can store up to 100 different tunes, allowing you to save preferred tunes for various conditions and drivers. Cobb Tuning offers regular firmware updates as well as many new and updated maps for various vehicles.
If you want to unlock the hidden horsepower inside your vehicle, this new AccessPORT from Cobb Tuning is your answer.
We experienced gains of 52 HP and 72 TQ increase over stock on our Dyno:
2009 BMW 135i (Catback Exhaust and Drop In Air Filter)
Stock Run #1 --
HP -- 286 @ 5600 RPM
TQ -- 304 @ 3300 RPM
Stock Run #2 --
HP -- 286 @ 5600 RPM
TQ -- 306 @ 3400 RPM
Cobb Run #1 --
HP -- 335 @ 5400 RPM
TQ -- 368 @4100 RPM
Cobb Run #2 --
HP -- 338 @ 5700 RPM
TQ -- 373 @ 4000 RPM
Cobb Run #3 --
HP -- 338 @ 5800 RPM
TQ -- 378 @ 4000 RPM
Cobb Run #4 --
HP -- 334 @ 5900 RPM
TQ -- 374 @ 4000 RPM
MIN -- 334 HP / 368 TQ
MAX -- 338 HP / 378 TQ
AVG -- 336 HP / 373 TQ
*Note - AccessPORTs need to be updated to BETA Firmware for 2007 model year cars. To update the firmware on the AccessPORT, customers will need to download the AccessPORT Manager 2.0 , which is available at http://www.cobbtuning.com/info/?id=3059
Once this is installed, they need to run the program, and select the "Options" menu, then select "Check for beta firmware" and then update the AccessPORT.
This tutorial is provided as a courtesy by ECS Tuning.
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BMW 335xi 0-60 3.65 seconds
Car is tuned, running double the stock Boost and nearly 100whp more than stock.
JB4 Map 7, seat delete
102 octane, 16.5psi
For the doubters, here is a link to a Vbox log of a run on similar whp levels in the same car:
AskCOBB Episode 2 - BMW Misfire Diagnosis and Repair
The N54 powered BMWs respond amazingly well to tuning, but the increased power has caused some owners to experience misfire issues. Trouble shooting and repairing a BMW can seem like a daunting task with things like an advanced electrical system, specialized tools, and intimidating engine covers. But, diagnosing and repairing the typical misfire is fairly straight forward, and COBB Tuning can show you how!
2009 BMW 335i dyno run
Mach V's own 2009 BMW 335i on the Dynojet Dyno at Mach V Motorsports.
Modifications: Cobb AccessPort Stage 1. 2.5" downpipes. CP-E Intercooler upgrade.
SAE correction 0.99. Fourth gear (of six).