It is called clutch curve setting and clutch slip adaptation. I have done this myself and it will be a completely different car until it re adapts to your driving style. Autologic will do it. It is typically only recommended at the dealer if your have the dct out or replaced or do clutches. I have found this to cure many complaints from people that have bought these cars from a owner that drives much different than them. This allows the DCT to adapt to new owner.
Originally Posted by Tuner1
m33 do you know what this procedure is called in BMW tech speak? I asked my local dealer about having this done and they said there are "no adjustments possible within the DCT system or software". This sounds like BS to me since I know for a fact that other dual-clutch systems (GT-R, EVO, etc) allow for some fine tuning via software. Maybe I should hook up the Autologic to see if it can help?