Race Mapping PRO f. BMW M/S1000 models 2019+

Overview

Position-Nr. BM.S1.B.4P.22C (Competition), BM.S1.B.4P.22R (Race), BM.S1.B.4.22S (Stock)
Title Race Mapping V2022 for BMW S1000 2019+ (K6x)
Your Advantages
  • Unique: traction control via cylinder suppression (CUTs) on stock ECU
  • Unique: usage of splitted throttle valve body (only in C Varaiant)
  • Ready to race mapping - best of many years of professional motorsports experience
  • Target: optimum rideability = minimum nervousness of bike + maximum trust of your bike
  • Ready for many customizations which are usual on race bikes
  • No RCK needed (new dashboard adjustment options & rider modes with DTC +/- are enough)
Available for model, modelyear Show vehicle types
  • BMW S1000R (K63), MJ 2021+, BMS-O ECU
  • BMW M1000RR (K66), MJ 2021+, BMS-O ECU
  • BMW S1000RR (K67), MJ 2019+, BMS-O ECU
  • BMW S1000XR (K69), MJ 2020+, BMS-O ECU
Preconditions
  • C version: optimized for track only usage; stock engine with race exhaust system; fuel with min. 98 ROZ/RON or 93 AKI 
  • R version: optimized for stock engine with race exhaust system; fuel with min. 98 ROZ/RON or 93 AKI 
  • S version: optimized for stock engine with stock exhaust system; standard fuel can also be used, possibly lower performance via knock control
  • SA "Driving modes pro" recommended
Price (DE/EU 19% VAT) S/R: 879€ (350€ for Update from older Race Mapping or from Power Mapping)
C: 949€ (450€ for Update from older Race Mapping or from Power Mapping)
Price (nonEU 0% VAT) S/R: 738,66€ (302,52€ for Update from older Race Mapping or from Power Mapping)
C: 797,48€ (378,15€ for Update from older Race Mapping or from Power Mapping)

Detailed description

Driving modes S1000 (K6x)

Improved in V2022!

  • Function overview table: S1000RR, M1000RR, S1000XR, S1000R
  • RACE PRO 1/2/3: functions for engine response, engine brake, traction (DTC), wheelie (DTC), ABS and DDC can be individually configured via dashboard from the rider modes

Tractioncontrol (DTC) with cylinder supression (CUTs), (K6x)

Improved in V2022! 
Electronic like in WSBK on stock control unit (ECU)!

  • Traction control and Wheeliecontrol operating via defined cylinder suppression in combination with ignition angle reduction.
  • The operating range of the traction control become audible to the rider
  • Faster traction control operation (compared to conventional throttle valve DTC)
Video: 1 Lap Autodrom Grobnik (Rijeka), S1000RR 2020, with data overlay
Video2: 1 Lap Most, M1000RR 2021, with data overlay
Video3: 1 Lap Cartagena, S1000RR 2020, with data overlay

Gear dependent traction control (DTC), (K6x)

Improved in V2022!

  • Very intense action in 1st gear to prevent wheelies
  • Decreasing intensity by ratio difference to other gears for acceleration optimum
  • Automatically adjustment of Secondary gear ratio (chain drive) 
  • Tire radii are automatically adjusted (no setups as with K46 in RCK required)

Wheeliecontrol (K6x)

  • Fully optimized closed loop control based on the new inclination angle detection
  • Wheeliecontrol also works via selective cylinder surpression and ignition angle reduction like DTC
  • No wheelie interventions >=4th gear prevents torque reduction on bumps on the straight
  • Gear and rider mode-dependent power limitation for reduced wheelie inclination

Injection & Ignition (K6x)

  • Optimized torque curve for race exhaust systems and fuel >= 98 ROZ
    In "S" Stock-variant for stock exhaust systems, standard fuel is possible, >=95 ROZ recommended.
  • Full partial load optimization for smotter throttle response, optimal power delivery and reduced constant idle jerking
  • Power increase about 3HP
  • Torque increase about 3Nm

Dyno diagram examples (values measured on wheel) with race exhaust: S1000RR 2019+ / S1000XR 2020+
Dyno diagram examples (values measured on wheel) with stock exhaust: S1000RR 2019+ / S1000XR 2020+

Split throttle (only in C variant for M/S1000RR)

New in Race Mapping PRO V2022 C!

  • Throttle valves of cylinder 1+2 and cylinder 3+4 open differently in the partial load range
  • Dull / powerful engine character increases confidence and controllability on corner exit
  • Sound similar to Yamaha YZF-R1-M due to uneven combustion especially in the medium rpm range - listen here

AFR control (only BMS-O ECU)

Improved in V2022

  • Faster adjustment after speed and / or load change (see schematic diagram)
  • Performance-optimized target in the upper engine speed range
  • Optimized rideability / throttle response in the low load range and while drive off
  • Reduced constant ride jerking (strongly impoved in V2022)

Engine speed limiter

  • Programming a soft start of limiter action by cylinder blank out
  • Reduced risk of bike nervousness while reaching limiter speed
  • Slight Increase of engine speed limit up to 500rpm, because "soft limiter" prevents from over-rev

Engine brake (K6x)

Improved in V2022!

  • Gear and rider mode dependent engine brake with fully optimized parameters
  • Fired config (injection continues) leads to a smoother first pickup during transfer from braking (0% throttle) to acceleration and a more stable behavior in fast corners
  • Controlled engine brake (only in C variant from model year 2022 and standard on S1000XR)

e-Gas, S1000RR 2019+ (Race Map + Power Map)

Improved in V2022!

  • Prepared for usage of short throttle grips (min. ≥54 ° rotation angle)
  • Maximum torque and power delivery in all riding modes
  • Remove any existing specific restrictions due to noise or emission regulations
  • Constant throttle response in all modes
  • Optimized behaviour for racing use
  • Increased robustness against unnecessary safety shutdown (eGas monitoring)

Launch control (L-Con) and Pitlane Limiter

Improved in V2022!

  • Activation and pre-set of Launch Control and Pitlane Limiter
  • Activation of more then 3 starts in sequal
  • Activation of launch control also in 2nd gear
  • Automatic Launch control engage during still stand in 1st gear for S1000RR 2019+ and S1000R 2021
  • S1000XR 2020+: Launch Control and PitLimiter not available
video of automatic launchcontrol for BMW S1000RR 2019+ (K67)

Shift assistant (SASS), quick shifter

Improved in V2021!

  • Faster upshifts (mainly in high rpm) through reduction of ignition cuts
  • More dynamic downshifts through increased throttle punch in low and mid rpm range
  • Increase of diagnostics tolerances to prevent safety shutdown during usage of race shifter (e.g. MCT-Lohmann)

Optimizations for racing / Increase reliability

Improved in V2022!

  • New in V2022: Deactivation camshaft adjustment (only in C version)
    CAUTION: Torque reduction below 9,000 rpm (irrelevant speed range for racetrack use)
    Dyno diagram examples: S1000RR 2020
  • Elimination of clutch lever switch
  • Elimination of side stand switch

Acoustics: Exhaust and intake flaps (in S-variant)

  • Acoustic flap always open while riding, stock behavior in idle speed
  • Optimized Sound and torque during lower and mid rpm range
  • Better audibility of the bike while braking through open exhaust flap
  • K6x models: intake flap always open
  • K6x models: No catalytic converter heating / no increased idling after engine start
  • K6x models: Exhaust burble enabled in DYNAMIC PRO

Prepared for common race conversions ("C" and "R" variant)

  • Exhaust flaps and servos can be removed
  • O2 Sensors 
    (from 2019: Broadband sensor before CAT must remain, after CAT can be removed)
  • knock control sensors can be removed
  • secondary air system can be removed
  • radiator fan can be removed (function stays enabled as long as connected)
  • 2017+: fuel tank venting valve including activated carbon filter can be removed
  • 2019+: intake flap always open and removable without MIL (always remains open when plugged in)
  • 2019+: CAT heating inactive (no increase of idle speed after engine start)

Individual requirements possible at an additional cost, for example ...

  • Set engine speed limitation to individual value
  • Adjust traction control to individual data (e.g. allow unusually high slip values)
  • Stronger / weaker wheeliecontrol in individual rider modes
  • Noise reduction through more closed acoustic flap and/or a later opening
  • Program tire radii of a preferred type exactly in ECU
  • Fine tuning on your own bike on our test bench
  • Modification of engine configuration (camshafts, pistons, ...) requires advance tuning of fueling and ignition --> Test bench tuning recommended