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Arctic Cat Z1 Turbo ecu reprogramming


Hi, I am new to the forum and trying to find out how to identify a ecu and how to reprogram it.  I really do not know where to start any help or links to posts would be greatly appreciated. So far I know it is a 32 pin Hayabusa type ecu.

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contact ridgeracer...



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racecar wrote:

Hi, I am new to the forum and trying to find out how to identify a ecu and how to reprogram it.  I really do not know where to start any help or links to posts would be greatly appreciated. So far I know it is a 32 pin Hayabusa type ecu.

Thanks



I think you mean 32bit, not 32 pin. I'm afraid I can't help you as I've been working on the Z1 under contract and have a non-disclosure agreement. All I can tell you is that everything you need to know to flash those ECUs is on this website.

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Same here... need som starter tip.. Some directions ;)



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http://ecuhacking.activeboard.com/t51680337/capturing-a-bin-when-the-dealer-does-a-reflash/

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have you bin of it ?

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Yes i do! ;)

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Any luck with the definitions?

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I have full definitions for all arctic cat models. :)

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