Nistune?

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Nistune?

Postby Fusion Ed » Mon Sep 24, 2007 10:43 pm

Any idea where I can get a R33 rom board from? Multi-map one would be good... As no nistune boards are ready yet/planned?

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Postby Fusion Ed » Tue Sep 25, 2007 1:43 am

Ahh interesting thanks Matt.

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Postby Fusion Ed » Tue Sep 25, 2007 1:53 am

although its rather expensive, how did you get map tracing to work on that matt? Just the normal way via consult?

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Postby Matt » Tue Sep 25, 2007 11:46 pm

yes i had maptracing and realtime emulation working quite well on that ECU

I've added TP to be uploaded to the emulator so you can realtime stream consult with load/RPM and realtime tune on this ECU

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Re: Nistune?

Postby G-E » Thu Sep 20, 2012 11:24 pm

I poked around but found nothing..

What about the jecs wcr34 stagea ecu? A56-K39 L13 == 23740-0V802

The ecu came from a rwd auto with rb25det neo... are these nistune-able? Or what would be my best option if I need another ecu?

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Re: Nistune?

Postby Matt » Fri Sep 21, 2012 12:07 am

0V802 = Type 4 board (Stagea NEO) so thats not an issue

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Re:

Postby bigboss59400 » Wed Jun 26, 2013 1:46 am

(Sorry to add a reply to a 5years old thread)
Matt wrote:yes i had maptracing and realtime emulation working quite well on that ECU

I've added TP to be uploaded to the emulator so you can realtime stream consult with load/RPM and realtime tune on this ECU

So how did you manage to do realtiming on an H8/534 ?

Thanks for all

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Re: Nistune?

Postby Matt » Wed Jun 26, 2013 4:27 pm

Techtom board installed into H8/534 stock and tune via emulator. Board must be an unscrambled version (we have the R33 daughterboard ROM for this in our ROM pack)

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Re: Nistune?

Postby bigboss59400 » Wed Jun 26, 2013 8:43 pm

Thanks for your reply

Ah ok I see
Did you try to read the xilinx chip ?

I don't understand what you said in the (), so do you sell a daughter board for the skyline R33 GTR ?
Do you know any place or maybe you who sell techtom board ? because they stopped a while ago and I can't find one...

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Re: Nistune?

Postby Matt » Mon Jul 01, 2013 10:32 am

Xilinx chip is read protected and cannot be read

We have a ROM file for the board to put into EPROM chip. This is in Type 6 folder in ROM_Pack/Type6

Sorry I dont know where techtom boards are sold anymore

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Re: Nistune?

Postby skyline_stu » Fri Oct 18, 2013 6:51 pm

There will be Type 6 boards available in the very near future. I have a working prototype ROM board in operation :)
I'm working on firmware to allow realtime tuning via consult. These will suit any 84pin PLCC device, plus I'm developing a board to suit the H8/536 variant. The 80pin QFP version will also be available, but it's going to be a bit if work to install it (the 80pin H8's are about 2/3 the size of PLCC with VERY small pins.

I'll post an update with pics/video as soon as I've got my main computer running again (capacitor plague reared its ugly head)

I've yet to hear of an unprotected Xilinx used in these designs. There's a lot of magic inside those CPLD's

Stu


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