-- Edited by sportbikeryder on Monday 21st of May 2012 11:04:12 PM
I will fix that up Greg, i have not done much in v2.5 Gen 1, can you send me the bin file as i dont seem to have it?!?!
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Thanks Twice, John send me through a document with exactly what I need, i will take a look at the code over the next couple of days.
Flash Programming stuff starts at page 729 ;)
Ok, so it looks like you have to
There are kernels and source code available under the FDT\Kernels\ProtB\7052\Renesas directory
So will need to look at the kernel code to see what functions to call over the serial interface to erase and flash a new bin file...
Be cool if anyone knows of some code that shows how to do this...
Thanks John much appreciated. I think it is a worthy addition if we can eliminate the need to have FDT installed.
I am making great progress on flashing SH7052 without using FDT directly, i have written the code to Sync Baud rate, upload micro kernel then upload main kernel, next is erasing and flashing new bin file, its all fairly logical so far.
It may be possible to read out the bin file, i will contact Brix and see what he has done...
J can u check the inj balance maps? Something is messed up. If i change the balance on B mode map and then open the bin file on the older version2.5 the B mode is unchanged and instead of that the C mode has the changes i made.
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I made some more major progress this week, i have just got SH-7052 flashing working for Gen 1 Hayabusa in ecueditor v3.0.
This is really cool in that i have managed to write the flashing protocol so that
All of the code to flash the ecu is now coded directly into ecueditor v3.0, this should really make it easier to flash Gen 1 Hayabusas
Can i ask that guys who have access to Gen 1 Hayabusa's test this flashing functionality for me, i have tested it on the bench but there is nothing like some real world testing
Congrats man! Very good work! Let me know if you need any gsxr 7052/7054 testing.
Very Cool J! Very Glad to See More Progress with 3.0.
I actually discussed this with Rodney Williford and decided that it would probably be best to see about including air and coolant temperature fueling and calibration curves if practical. This would allow programming or change-out of the sensors. If that is put in, the ability to lock all coolant enrichment out could also be added. I noticed on my bike that sometimes teh coolant was not at 60C even at the end of a pass. With current strategy, it was changing the warm up enrichment throughout the pass.
There is a big list of things here http://ecuhacking.activeboard.com/t49472005/comments-observations-etc-from-a-weekend-of-heavily-using-ec/
that I jotted down over the weekend.
Two Wheel Werkz wrote:Ok great news and that was my concern is that the enrichment would be active during a run.Nice work as usual John.
Ok great news and that was my concern is that the enrichment would be active during a run.Nice work as usual John.
Now that you mention it, I may need to put a resistor in my coolant temp sensor to fool it so it doesn't go into enrichment. Makes for a head scratcher when tuning sometimes.
I made the decision to rewrite the software from scratch and branded the new software Woolich Racing Tuned software.