Few pics about EU model (21175-0028)...
Outer cover removed mostly by machining. Plastic cover was ~1,7mm thin and I removed by machining ~1,6mm. Last thin surface was easy to remove by hands.
Marks were probably something like that:
So it's same Hitachi than in US model.. which doesn't suprise at all.
What is the easiest way remove this silicon (or what material is it)?
edit. Well probably this helps:
Two files from ZX-12R, EU model.. these are from year 2005 bike, but I think it is the same in all 2004-2006 models. ECUs model number is 21175-0028.
EU model (21175-0028) file updated after re-reading (first reading was faulty)!
US model (21175-0038) file uploaded also to the same link!
Twice, I would say rather nice work from psyche because I only tinned the wires to ECU and plug in the usb cable, then I just run psyches code.. ;) Did you do a couple of reads to verify and compare?I have done only one read from the ECU. I will do reading again later and then compare the files that they are the same. I'm not sure was this the point what you mentioned with the question. I have tried those MOT2BIN and BIN2XML, but I think because I'm operating with 64bit Win7 they didn't worked in my computer. I need to wake up old laptop with XP and try again with it. So as you probably already have concluded - I haven't yet tried to reflash it back to ECU. :)
Did you do a couple of reads to verify and compare?
BTW, I have here also the US model ECU but I havent yet cut it open to read it.
Twice wrote:Now when you know how easy it is with RR and Psyches code its just to start cutting the US one also (Just a little AUD hole hehe, tracing is probably about same)
Now when you know how easy it is with RR and Psyches code its just to start cutting the US one also (Just a little AUD hole hehe, tracing is probably about same)
Exactly, just a little hole... measures where to cut can be found from links picture.
Also the US model downloads are there and EU model code file is updated (first reading was faulty).
I'm pretty sure that- ECU's pin number 3 is connected to RxD1 and- ECU's pin number 20 is connected to TxD1.