BMW R1100 S
98 to august 00 and Sept. 00 and later
Factory Pro Series "Br11gs"
also: Aprilia Mille Factory Pro Series "A10"
also: BMW k1200rs Factory Pro Series "Bk12rs"
also: Cagiva Gran Canyon Factory Pro Series "C10"
also: Ducati 748r Factory Pro Series "D748"
also: Ducati 996sps Factory Pro Series "D996sps"
|Order number||BMW ECU part numbers||
Bosch Motronic ECU numbers
|as seen on bikes||
|EPR-BM11s298as||??||0 261 200 758 810||fits 1995 to July '00||
|EPR-BM11s398b||136 176 55 473||
Custom tune at this time!
Call 800 869-0497
San Francisco area
|August '00 to Dec '01||
|EPR-BM11s498c||136 176 70 336||
Custom tune at this time!
Call 800 869-0497
San Francisco area
|fits January '02 till...||
your ECU number and chip feedback to us at ECU feedback after your
install for record keeping purposes
|Call 800 869-0497 to order or email here or have your local dealer order direct.|
The first question was - Exactly
what what WAS the biggest issue with the Boxers???
Well, it seems that the on/off throttle operation was, errr, jerky?
And the bike wasn't particularly, umm, quick or responsive - and that stumbly 2800 rpm cruise.....
There we were....... Riding, dynoing, riding, emulating, riding, dynoing, pondering, asking questions.....
We made a map, then another,
then another - then we rethought.... another map -
Well - we managed to get at least 1 bike running smoothly at 2500 to 3000 rpm cruise. It's pretty interesting - the chronology of tuning events - but it's probably only interesting to me - so I won't bore you -
Best setup is individually tuned - as most of the gs guys/gals have already swapped inlet tubes, and yadda yadda to try to make the stumble "go away"... But, from what I saw last week, it looks like there are only a few people who actually know what is actually wrong at those low rpms.
As far as chip sales, we will, as we have done for the Aprilia and Ducati chip users, apply the full amount of the retail chip price towards the cost of custom tuning ($775), if that's desired.
It took the EC997 Low Inertia Dyno to do the job -
no other dyno has done as well.
EPROM/Chip Performance benefits
So - what is there to gain from replacing the stock "chip" or "eprom"?
2nd gear / cruise operation could be "silky", engine snap response could be very lively and full throttle power at high rpm could be improved.
Just like we did last year with the Aprilia Milles, using the EC997 4-Gas EGA Low-inertia dyno systems, (less common and much more finely developed than any current dj dynos) we have developed a set of fuel maps, air temp correction maps, coolant temp correction maps, cylinder compensation maps, offset maps and acceleration maps that optimize engine performance beyond any other current retail maps or power commanders of any configuration.
Can you do that with any silly
"Auto Tuned" procedure? Absolutely "Not".
It takes a human being to adjust maps to "feel" best and to respond with at a rate that feels "right".
A computer CAN'T do that. It can only go by inhuman numbers.
Inhuman tuning? Go slower.
Lovingly hand crafted maps? Go quicker!
From the tuners with more (successful)
m/c Fuel Injection tuning experience than just about any other USA company.....
(we tune Bosch, Denso, Mag-Mar, Suzuki and
pc's (if it's the only option).
A BMW "chip" that works.
At full throttle, part throttle, closed throttle and every point in between!
These chips deliver smooth
running at cruise, full throttle AND at part throttle - even at 2k and 7k rpm!
Smooth. Silk. More power, everywhere.
That's about it. Simple.
$229.95 (drop-in chip)
and $775 - (for custom programming)
selected Factory Pro Tuning Centers
(~1 week turnaround)
(BTW - a power commander will never reach the potential performance of a native chip as stated by dj dyno owner)
How did WE do it - and not
You would need a 4-Gas EGA EC997 Low Inertia Eddy Current Dyno to know.
We developed the FLUX Factor.
We designed the dyne system around it.
We use the same dyne system that we sell.
No other dyno will provide
the dyno information required to improve the BMW R1100rt as much as we have.
Still tuning by luck?
What does it take to design a map for
a fuel injection system? A few things.
An exquisite low inertia
4-Gas EC997, that can measure part
throttle engine smoothness (State of the Art dyno feature - and
not a dj feature)
Lot's of test rides....... (Gee - that's a "bummer"! :-))
Patience. Patience. Patience.
Dedication. A desire to do the best.
Power and Drivability to the 748r and 996! The Most and Best.
Call. Get one. It's good for you and your BMW!
the Power Commander Trade-in Upgrade Program and the competitive
EPROM upgrade program.
Customer Feedback on Bosch Motronic EFI systems tuned on the 4-Gas EGA EC997 Dyno.
BMW of Marin (ask for Cary)
BMW of Chicago (ask for Mark)
ECU Serial number location
Contact Factory Pro
fax 415 492-8803
Mailing / Shipping
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The extension of the laboratory
for engines of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology was completed
in about 1935. Its architect was Rudolf Otto Salvisberg (1882-1940).
He had a successful career in Berlin but returned to Switzerland after
the advent of the Nazis. His architectural style was somewhat similar
to that of Erich Mendelsohn. The staircase of the laboratory is in normal
use but well preserved.
Edited to the tunes of Chemical Residue by Herbie Hancock.