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  • Maverick X3 2018-2019 / Evolution Powersports Tunes (Stages 1 - 5RWi-X85

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    Tune Descriptions:
    Evolution Powersports:
    STAGE 1 - 5
    “R” designation = the turbo wastegate crack pressure must be adjusted for higher boost (see our video on how to do this here)
    “W” designation = a replacement wastegate actuator is included with the tune
    “i” designation = big injector tune and includes flow matched injectors
    New – “X” designation = EXTREME power and is the maximum that can be achieved with the stock turbocharger
    The OEM stock 18-19 Can Am X3-R tune produces 14 lbs of boost.  EVP Tunes have the below boost and octane ratings.  See dyno charts in the photo gallery for horsepower ratings of each tune vs stock

    Stage 1 – 16  lbs of boost for stock exhaust – 91 Octane
    Stage 2R- 17 lbs of boost for stock muffler with Cat Bypass – 91 Octane Stage
    Stage 3R- 17 lbs of boost for full exhaust – 91 Octane
    New -Stage 3R-93 – 18 lbs of boost for full exhaust – 93 Octane
    Stage 3Ri- 17.5 lbs of boost for full exhaust – 91 Octane
    Stage 3RWi- 18 lbs of boost, full exhaust – 93 Octane
    Stage 4RWi- 20  lbs of boost, full exhaust  – 95 Octane
    New – “Vmap” Multi Map Stage 4RWi-MM – 20 lbs of boost on Sport mode and 15 lbs of boost on Eco mode – 95/91 Octane
    New – Stage 4RWi-X100 -22 lbs of boost, full exhaust – 100 Octane – See updated dyno chart in product photos! 
    Stage 5RWi– 20 lbs of boost, full exhaust  – E85 New
    New – Stage 5RWi-X85 – 22 lbs of boost, full exhaust – E85 – See updated dyno chart in product photos!

    2018-2019 X3 ECU Programming by EVP: The development for these tunes consisted of 2000+ dyno runs in our state of the art, climate controlled dyno room. They were then field testing on the trails, desert, dunes and high altitude for driveability and long term durability.  We endured 110+ degree California weather to ensure performance at extreme temperatures.  After the rigorous field testing routing was completed,  they were further proven and refined on the track with our sponsored driver race program. Evolution Powersports works with top racers in the industry such Marc Burnett, Dustin Jones, Kyle Chaney, Tim Farr, Lonestar, Sean Cook, Elliot Burns, Casey Scherer and others.  6 out of the top 10 drivers in the Lucas Oil Midwest series used EVP tunes & products to help get them to the podium.  EVP programming and products are also used by top drivers in GNCC, BITD and SCORE race series with countless podiums.  We are confident our tunes are the most powerful, refined and safest tunes on the market.  Also, EVP owns 3 development Can AM X3’s.  This allows us to do parallel development on stock turbo, consumer tunes while engineering next level products and tunes.
    Tune Features:
    New – Revised intercooler fan settings – makes the OEM intercooler far more effective!
    New – Left foot braking enabled for 2 foot operation
    New – Improved boost response / low to midrange power improvements
    New – Launch button for drag racing available – Our on/off switch replaces the OEM override switch which allows Launch Start from a standstill and prevents “low gear” mode.  This allows operation of the gas pedal and brake pedal at the same time from a standstill to launch the car HARD!
    Speed limits raised / TQ limits removed in Low Gear
    Low Gear rev limit increased from 8300 to 8600 RPMS (Stages 1,2,2R,3) and 9000 RPMS (Stages 3R & above) 
    Speed / TQ limits removed in High Gear
    High Gear rev limit increased from 8300 to 8600 RPMS (Stages 1,2,2R,3) and 9000 RPMS (Stages 3R & above)
    Engine Speed TQ Limiters removed (“Shaft Saver delete”)
    V-Max Raised
    Improved throttle response in all modes (E-Gas Settings Improved) – Linear throttle rather than the lazy pedal the factory has programmed
    Fans set to activate at 165 degrees
    Race Start – No need to press the brake to start vehicle
    Fueling is corrected for the various stages so no fuel controllers are needed

    2018 X3 Dyno and Field Testing 2018 Stage 2R and 3R Field testing


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