|Posted on Thursday, December 30, 2010 - 01:37 pm: ||
There was a new release on 12/25/10 for everyone. (The read write plug-in is the same the RT version is new)
Also Gunter (ecmspy) has the adx as per ECM on his site. You can add in the history tables and etc. More features can be added as well. I'm burnt out on it and not doing any more work. Therefore all updates to the adx and upgrades will be in your hands. The hard part is done.
The Tunerpro side on the program will continue to update and upgrade as thatís neither Günterís nor mine. I was told originally Tunerpro would never work with our ECMís but in the end itís the best one to use "IMO". I'm very happy with where it is currently. Plus Tunerpro is not a hack of any program. Its 100% standalone that utilizes the data in many ECMís and auto types in a view we can understand. You can use it on your bikes, cars, and trucks to max and smooth everything to keep it inside of EPA values or full race settings. The choice is yours.
Have Fun Guys
|Posted on Saturday, January 01, 2011 - 06:38 pm: ||
Tunerpro is 100% released.
No more Beta version,
It works on the rt version with out registering mark said. registering only removes the count down screen.
other than thats its 100% the same.
This is what all autos it can do besides the bikes.
http://tunerpro.net Get your copy here in the applications link at the far right.
Remember to tune with it on the bikes you need the xdf for your ecm,the adx to run live data and the rear/write plug in to fetch and burn data to the ecm.
|Posted on Sunday, January 30, 2011 - 09:01 pm: ||
Just a little Note... missing data is not missing.
The Tunerpro works on every ecm up to 2010 and on as long as a few protocols are not changed... In order to change that a total rewrite on the ecm designer would need a total new system. Therefore future bikes should link as well with these same ecm designs. If not its easy to pattern links its data analysis that difficult for the xdf. will future bikes get added to the xdf I am not sure they will. we choose to end it but to leave what is there open.
we left out a little bit of data for safety reasons. The public did not need access to rename whats in the cluster or the vin info. Can it be seen and managed yes is it available in T-pro no its blocked and good luck unlocking it.lol
What is left out on purpose does not even show up in the Hex data. Mainly page one... and the last page some missing as well. both are done on purpose this way.
Thats why Some data s missing. It may be done this way for a reason.
Off to the two chip Yamaha ecu now. say hello US... cracking it like a egg. To be continued on other forum where the data matches the forum. see Yamaha forums and track it down. good luck till we are ready.
|Posted on Monday, January 31, 2011 - 06:42 pm: ||
I have a question for you smart tuner type guys. Out of the following options, which one would you consider the best/easiest to use ? If money was not an issue.
1) Stock ECM + ECM Spy
2) Standard Buell non-programable "Race use only" ECM
3) Standard Buell non-programable "Race use only" ECM + ECM Spy
4) Stock ECM + Tuner pro
5) Standard Buell non-programable "Race use only" ECM
) Standard Buell non-programable "Race use only" ECM + Tuner Pro
7) The real deal ($750) Buell Race ECM that is meant to be adjustable for serious racers & tuners.
|Posted on Monday, January 31, 2011 - 06:51 pm: ||
Race/Stock makes no difference with in terms of the software, so I will skip on that. ECMspy is easier to use than Tunerpro, but Tunerpro has way more functionality. I have very little experience with the official Buell Racing software, so I can't comment on that.
|Posted on Monday, January 31, 2011 - 07:33 pm: ||
I use them all and have them all with each type ECU.
"IMO" T-pro has the Most in it, more than any listed and more power for ecm adjust-ability and easier to read/view. Plus it does each ecm type if you have the code. ...all codes are not posted publicly...
As for dealer support with the PCM you get support from E B-R. With T-pro you just have to post and wait it out to get the correct answer.
If you adjust a ecm with T-pro and mess it up, well If you didnt save the original flash your stuck on some ecu's. Some DDFI3 ecms are coded to match the cluster, screw it up well spend a bunch. Plus if you adjust a E B-R ecm with it they do not support the ecu after that point. That's your call...
Pick your poison. If you dont know what you are doing it does not matter which one you use you will not get it right anyway. To each is there own.
Tunerpro is a stand alone program. not a copy of the Pcm program.
see www.Tunerpro.net for more details on what all ecus can be adjusted such as; cars trucks and independent types.
I use each program listed depending on person and what they choose. each has its perks. The best two are Tunerpro RT and the PCM.
Which ecm is the best? The one tuned on the bike matching it to you, on your bike, in your area, to your weather and ect. Thats the best one.
You or I would not have someone do a tune in his car across the world from you in a complete different environment then expect that to work in yours would you? It may run but that's about it for that. The engine may have a leaky valve or worn out rings; even glazed cylinder walls. Who knows how its actually running. Its an engine tuning, it cares less if its a bike, car, lawnmower or ect. If its not matched to the outside variables where its intended to be used and application then it's not anything more than a guess...
Don't Guess in other words if you don't know what you are changing don't change it.
|Posted on Tuesday, February 08, 2011 - 07:50 pm: ||
True because you will be changing the fuel maps anyway. ECMspy doesn't work on 08 and newer bikes.
Race/Stock makes no difference with in terms of the software
|Posted on Thursday, February 10, 2011 - 07:02 pm: ||
I have figured out the Clear codes and how to do the tps reset and check sensors and ect like ecmspy did.
This will get updated soon in the adx. I sent out how to do it so it can be updated.
I have allot on my plate for school so be patient.