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Arrow Velos Designwerks | Stage 1 Performance Software for F10 M5 & F12 M6 Now Available *

Hello Members,

Been going back and forth with the F10 M5 and F12 M6 for a few months now and we are proud to release our stage 1 software. Right now it is not available remotely but we can arrange to have it done in your city. Remote options are in the works.

We have spent a good amount of time on this platform (ie the S63 from the X5M / X6M) and we are excited about bringing this over to the S63Tu platform found in the M5 & M6 models. Gains are on par with what we offered for the S63 clients for a Stage 1. Here are a few reviews on our software for that platform. The power increases in the mid range are indeed a night and day difference make the driving experience that more enjoyable. We focus on the mid range due to the fact that the majority of your time is spent in that RPM range and also allows us to reduce the boost levels towards rev line to keep stress on turbos to a minimum. All safety parameters are kept in place.

Please feel free to email, PM, or call us with any other questions or concerns. All South Florida clients (and others) that have not already contacted us please do so for introductory pricing.

http://www.xbimmers.com/forums/showp...&postcount=130 , http://www.xbimmers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=806591 (feel free to head to XBimmers for much more).

We will have an updated video, etc in the next week or so. Below you will find a video we did of one of the first cars we began testing a year or so ago.

Improvements:

Improve Throttle Response
Increased Boost Levels
Refined Drivability
Increased Gains in Mid Range (Where majority of time is spent driving)

Dyno: To the wheels (93 Octane)

Peak Gains:
HP: 66 RWHP @ 4750 rpm
TQ: 74 (to the wheels and SAE Corrected) @4750 rpm

Approx 80 HP
Approx 90 lb ft of torque

Dyno chart in SAE



Dyno Conditions



Video



Best Regards,