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    • COBB Tuning Releases Accesstuner Race engine software for supported BMW N55 vehicles

      We at COBB are excited to announce that Accesstuner Race is now available for all supported N55 powered BMWs! The same powerful software that has been available to our Protuner network for the past couple of months is now available to you, the enthusiasts. Accesstuner Race is engine tuning software for enthusiast tuners. Accesstuner Race has all of the powerful tuning capabilities as our professional tuning software, with the primary differences being that Accesstuner Race is married to a single Accessport and maps created in Accesstuner Race are unlocked, meaning they can be shared with other Accesstuner Race users.


      Whether you are an experienced self-tuner, or just getting started with engine tuning, Accesstuner Race is all you need to create fully customized maps to meet your tuning needs.

      To get your copy of Accesstuner Race, simply complete and submit our Accesstuner Race Request Form. You will immediately receive a confirmation email followed by the download link within a short period of time.

      As always, if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us here, via email at support@cobbtuning.com, or directly at 1-866-922-3059.

      Cheers,
      The COBB BMW Expert Group



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      Comments 11 Comments
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Post edited for formatting, image changed, and promoted to the front page.
      1. Group.america's Avatar
        Group.america -
        Great job COBB
      1. bigdnno98's Avatar
        bigdnno98 -
        Awe $#@!! about time! great news for the N55 guys. What years does this support?
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        I would guess everything except for the F30.
      1. Josh@Cobb's Avatar
        Josh@Cobb -
        As of right now, 2011 and most 2012s for 335/135. We can always check by the last 7 of your vin. Build dates before March of 2012 are usually good, that's when BMW made the switch to a different DME.
      1. deemarr n55's Avatar
        deemarr n55 -
        Any vanos control yet ?
      1. 335i-BB's Avatar
        335i-BB -
        Yahoo Click here to enlarge
        That's super cool Click here to enlarge.
      1. Josh@Cobb's Avatar
        Josh@Cobb -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by deemarr n55 Click here to enlarge
        Any vanos control yet ?
        Unfortunately no. Since the N55s also have Valvetronics, the code has changed drastically from the N54... its going to be a lot of testing before I'm confident on the associated tables and their definitions.
      1. 335i-BB's Avatar
        335i-BB -
        Sad to here that. Can we help in any way?
        Do you think you will ever be able to change the vanos settings?
      1. deemarr n55's Avatar
        deemarr n55 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Josh@Cobb Click here to enlarge
        Unfortunately no. Since the N55s also have Valvetronics, the code has changed drastically from the N54... its going to be a lot of testing before I'm confident on the associated tables and their definitions.
        Gotcha.....thanks for pushing the platform josh Click here to enlarge
      1. Josh@Cobb's Avatar
        Josh@Cobb -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 335i-BB Click here to enlarge
        Sad to here that. Can we help in any way?
        Do you think you will ever be able to change the vanos settings?
        Anything is possible, but we need to get everything properly defined. Scalars for the data, axis points, monitors, etc.