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Old 01-05-2011, 10:57 AM   #361
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The source code is really a Bosch thing - even for Volkswagen and it is based on an Intel processor designed for cars. So if one spoke assembly language and knew what each of the registers does then one could easily follow the program. If you only know how C++ or Visual Basic or Java works then you have no clue how assembly language works! Each command in these higher level languages is dozens of commands at the CPU level - where you do thing literally one step at a time. The high level languages take your "human" code and turn it into machine code. There really is no simple or even difficult way to go from machine code to human code - it's more like όber complex!

Really smart people have written programs to reprogram TDIs and Bosch Motronic (1.8T) where you can visually look at the tables and with a click of the mouse change things... this is after 15 years of TDI and there are a lot more TDIs out there than BMWs. I think I am going to crack open my Motronic 2.2 ECU on my 1100 and see what I can see with one of these programs... could be quite simple!

Also, like I was saying there is the ECU's source code that can also be manipulated to turn off things like the immobilizer or EGR system or if you want to use a 3.0 bar MAP instead of a 2.5 bar MAP that is all part of the "source" for the ECU.

All the sensor add-ons would do is give the ECU a more favorable signal that works better with the original software. So just the like air intake sensor mod for the BMW where the ECU believes that it is cooler than it really is so there for it delivers a different (richer) mixer that makes more power. Once you put chip tuning on there you are in effect doubling those efforts and sometimes (most of the time!) that is too much.

I have a feeling that if someone was to crack the immobilizer routines for the R1200 ECUs there would be some happy customers!

CAN bus programming is also something to look at. 35W HIDs on a 55W circuit makes an error... but... if you change what CAN is looking for (like don't care how many watts) then there's no problem.
Now, here's a guy who knows his stuff. the scary thing is I understand him?!
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Old 01-05-2011, 01:18 PM   #362
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How about the discarded cat code plug crowd? Not to mention the Steptoe mod folks...

Check, and check. It's all good.



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Old 01-05-2011, 01:27 PM   #363
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The best solution is to go open source and fit something like the microsquirt. How this might work with CAN buss and how interrelated the ABS and other displays are I do not know. However you can use this to tune any way you wish.

http://www.microsquirt.info/

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Old 01-06-2011, 03:05 PM   #364
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The best solution is to go open source and fit something like the microsquirt. How this might work with CAN buss and how interrelated the ABS and other displays are I do not know. However you can use this to tune any way you wish.

http://www.microsquirt.info/

Certainly an ambitious open source project. Do you have any experience with the Microsquirt/Megasquirt products?



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Old 01-07-2011, 07:09 PM   #365
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Is there a product in Vendors yet? I cannot find my way through all these posts, perhaps I missed it.
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Old 01-17-2011, 08:33 AM   #366
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Where'd everybody go?

Out riding their newly hotrodded GS's?
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Old 01-23-2011, 11:25 AM   #367
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Old 01-23-2011, 11:41 AM   #368
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When doing a sound check the proper phrase is "P's, T's and S's". This ensures that plosives (P's) slew rates (T's) and high frequencies (S's) are all functioning properly, for full and proper intelligibility for maximum communication thruput!

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Old 01-24-2011, 07:46 PM   #369
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When doing a sound check the proper phrase is "P's, T's and S's". This ensures that plosives (P's) slew rates (T's) and high frequencies (S's) are all functioning properly, for full and proper intelligibility for maximum communication thruput!

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Old 01-24-2011, 10:04 PM   #370
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Two months of Gabbo! Gabbo! Gabbo!

and still nothing.


You guys shoulda hired coffee monkey to do your writing. Distract them with laughter.
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Old 01-25-2011, 06:37 AM   #371
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I don't know if this helps, but there are four cats at my house. Both Poolside and myself have checked the ones we can catch for codes. None so far.
But, cats are sneaky bastards I expect they have them stuffed under some large immovable piece of furniture.

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How about the discarded cat code plug crowd? Not to mention the Steptoe mod folks...
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Old 01-25-2011, 07:58 AM   #372
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Hmmph. Subscribe, I guess.

This argument between the "modify the inputs" crowd and the "modify the controller" crowd reminds me of this book:



The competition for how to determine longitude came down to a struggle between an amateur watchmaker and the greatest astronomers of the time. The amateur won. Lesson: the simplest solution is usually the best one.

Good luck in your quest.
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Old 01-25-2011, 12:42 PM   #373
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Whaaa??? Someone else has read that book? Outstanding! I agree stop the bs banter and get on with it...or get off of it...please!
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Whaaa??? Someone else has read that book? Outstanding! I agree stop the bs banter and get on with it...or get off of it...please!

Hell Yes! Should we start a longitude thread?
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I find it interesting that the Flat Earth Society is centered in Iowa.
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