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23rd September, 2019, 11:05 PM
Hello everyone, I'm the owner of a BMW E82 123d, who first came here to learn a few things mostly out of curiosity. However, I got caught in this world of ECU remaping, and so after months of search, calculations and taking serious risks with my beloved car, I managed to create a very complete map pack for my car's ECU and a stage 1 remap. But I could have never done it without the help of people that shared their valuable information, purely out of good will, and helped me throughout this journey.

As I see things, now is the time for me to do my part and share what I learned, so here it goes.
What I have for you today is:

My original internal flash file
My remaped internal flash file
My custom mappack, which includes:

Torque monitoring maps
Torque limiter maps
Boost maps
Start of injection maps
Duration map
Rail pressure maps
Nm to I.Q. maps
Lambda maps (smoke limiter maps)
EGR hysteresis maps
DPF switch
Gear and differencial ratios.

The ECU is, of course, an EDC17CP02, but you can use the files with the mappack to guide yourself if you have an EDC17C06, they are extremely similar.
If you're wondering about my setup, here it is:

WinOLS 2.24 (cracked version)
Galleto FGTech v54 0475 (bougth from AliExpress)
Windows 7 - 64 bit PC (to use with Galletto)

Reading can be done via OBD, you'll only get a partial read but it's the part that contains the maps. For a full read or writing, it must be done in Tricore boot mode, with the ECU opened.

I don't mind if you copy this remap to your car, I don't even care if you make any money out of this, but if you value my work at least press Thanks and Reputation.

30th October, 2019, 02:22 AM
i cant download the file m8

30th October, 2019, 04:28 PM
Your Smoke limiter maps are in reality Lambda maps.

2nd November, 2019, 04:22 PM
i cant download the file m8
The link is good, I just tested it...

Your Smoke limiter maps are in reality Lambda maps.
I know they are, I chose to call them "Smoke limiter maps" because I thought it would be easier to understand what they do. I'll edit the original post to make it technically correct.

15th November, 2019, 04:58 AM
Hi toblast, I appreciate your remap edc17cp02, I indeed looked at my ECM titanum, really perfect! I have an edc17cp45 X6 E71 30d xdrive (245 hp _ 540 Nm) but no driver on my ECM damage for me I can not remap. is it possible to reach off 320 hp and 660 Nm? Can I send you my original file please? sorry for my words i'm french. Regards Boolbi1667170

15th November, 2019, 07:15 PM
Hello toblast thank you for your reply, how can i send to you the file i tried like the picture sent yesterday but it's impossible for file :apologetic: do you have a solution please ? If you want with my email skyliner2009@live.fr i think that's possible to download the file (only 4 mb).


19th November, 2019, 10:23 PM
Hello Boolbi1, sorry for the late reply.
I can't help you outside the realm of EDC17CP02 and EDC17C06. I've only worked with diesel E8x cars, which means only N47 engines, which means those are the only ECU's I've worked with.