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      03-20-2012, 05:21 PM   #1
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▀▄ eas | EDC Elimination Coding for aftermarket coilover Suspension systems

Through a joint venture with the Autologic team, we are now able to properly remove EDC coding for those that have upgraded to aftermarket coilover setups.



Supported Coilover systems include (but not limited to):
- Bilstein PSS10
- KW Suspensions (not required on Sleeve-over kits)
- Moton Street Sport
- AC Schnitzer Racing Suspension
- RD Sport/Racing Dynamics Chassis Kit
- AST 4100/4200, 4150/4250
- Ohlins
- JRZ

Coding eliminates the need to purchase external code isolator kits, which can look unsightly under the hood and get extremely hot after extended use. For those not local to our facility, the Macht Schnell EDC Emulation Module will keep the hood clean from unsightly external resistor packs and produce zero heat, as emulation is performed digitally instead of using resistance.

Coding can be reinstalled at any time if you should change your mind in the future.

If we can save money, we'd like to pass along those savings to you. All EDC-equipped coilover installs now include EDC coding removal at no additional charge, allowing you to pocket the additional savings.
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      03-23-2012, 09:28 PM   #2
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why is it always shops on the west coast, god i'm on the wrong coast.
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      03-26-2012, 11:16 AM   #3
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why is it always shops on the west coast, god i'm on the wrong coast.
Road Trip!
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      03-26-2012, 12:29 PM   #4
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dangggggg! so no more modules needed for c/o kits
nice find guys! thanks for the support
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      03-26-2012, 12:48 PM   #5
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Wow! You guys are awesome!

Can you code out headlight washers?
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      03-26-2012, 12:50 PM   #6
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Great new offering!
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      03-26-2012, 12:56 PM   #7
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Wow! You guys are awesome!

Can you code out headlight washers?
Yes.

We've also converted TPMS systems to RDC type, for those that still wish to retain TPMS capabilities, but avoid using pressure-type sensors (instead taking readings from wheel sensors, like E46M3).

This is especially helpful for those that see regular track use, with multiple sets of wheels.
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Anyone who is located near EAS I would highley recommend you stop by. Tom and his crew are top notch and are always on the cutting edge of the M game.
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      03-26-2012, 06:31 PM   #9
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This is a great alternative to the options currently available.
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why is it always shops on the west coast, god i'm on the wrong coast.
Wrong country.......
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tom, you posted this too late. damn you.
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what is the macht snell EDC emulator you mentioned? is that wired in, in the trunk?
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tom, you posted this too late. damn you.
Remove them, have them coded out and sell them to someone who may possibly need them or that has a non-KW setup.

This way you won't see any large, ugly resistor packs in the engine bay (which get VERY hot). You may even come up a slight margin compared to coding, we've had people removing their Code isolators just to sell them on the forums. EDC coding can be added back at any time if the car is sold.

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what is the macht snell EDC emulator you mentioned? is that wired in, in the trunk?
This installs at the EDC module in the trunk, behind the liner - emulating the EDC signal to prevent the warning light from appearing.

The Macht Schnell EDC module is completely hidden from view.
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I am a sucker for the coding, I went ape sh*t with Tom on coding everything for my 2011 M3.

Coded : TPMS ([i]so swapping wheels for wheel wh0re is easy[ and no stupid yellow exclamtaion light/I]), EDC (so I can remove the heavy & hot running KW EDC Modules), folding mirrors on lock, window roll up/down on lock

the only ones I can think of off my head I am missing is the "enable time travel" and "teleport" codes through autologic...
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I want to get rid of those error codes help me! :P

Can you PM me with more info? I will be in LA area in 2 weeks and would love to get this done!

Thanks!
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Do we have to leave the EDC sensors on top of the struts in place even after coding them out?

I'd imagine it will be quite painful to have to remove the entire trunk lining everytime u needed to make an adjustment. The fronts seem easy enough.
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Do we have to leave the EDC sensors on top of the struts in place even after coding them out?

I'd imagine it will be quite painful to have to remove the entire trunk lining everytime u needed to make an adjustment. The fronts seem easy enough.
Once coded, the emulators are no longer needed. They can be removed.
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why is it always shops on the west coast, god i'm on the wrong coast.
ANYBODY with an Autologic has this feature and is standard in the software we regularly update...I've been doing it for a while now.

Simply unplug the sensors, recode the vehicle and re initialize the DSC settings and your good to go.
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Do we have to leave the EDC sensors on top of the struts in place even after coding them out?

I'd imagine it will be quite painful to have to remove the entire trunk lining everytime u needed to make an adjustment. The fronts seem easy enough.
Once coded, the emulators are no longer needed. They can be removed.
Hi Tom, I'm referring to the stock EDC attachments on top of the strut, not the aftermarket emulators. They don't need to be there?

Thanks!
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Hi Tom, I'm referring to the stock EDC attachments on top of the strut, not the aftermarket emulators. They don't need to be there?

Thanks!
No, the connectors can be removed if desired.
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That's fantastic. Thanks for the quick response. I'm installing a set of BILSTEIN PSS10 and gonna check with my local shop if they are able to do this for me.
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That's fantastic. Thanks for the quick response. I'm installing a set of BILSTEIN PSS10 and gonna check with my local shop if they are able to do this for me.
If they have an autologic machine, they should be able to do it.

Feel free to email me if you are having trouble and I'll be happy to help.
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