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2011 GSXR600 Flashing Questions


Hey guys, just getting into flashing ECU's but have been around tuning for quite some time.

I have been able to help out a few friends of mine with the Suzukis and one of my buddys has a 2011 600 thats a stirct track bike.

Now the issue were having with his bike is basically his bazzaz quick shifter is throwing Coil FI lights when ever he shifts so its annoying him while racing to have his dash light all up.

I see on the suzuki 1000's that we can disable Coil FI lights so my simple question is..... how can I get that feature to work with the 2011 gsxr600?



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It would require reverse engineering that part of the bin file to find the switch to disable this fault code and then enabling this in the software. An alternative would be I plan to enable the quickshifter across all models in the Woolich Racing Tuned software, this would use the Gear Position sensor circuit to trigger the ignition and fuel cut in the ecu.

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Yeah I have been messing with romeditor and looking at bin's to try to understand them but I'm sorta new to the info in these files. I have a web based background so I'm familiar with coding but this is 180 of what I understand.

Would be nice to have since a lot of road race guys already run the PCV's or bazzaz units and are getting this issue.

I take it the say k9 1000 coil fi light coding is no where near the k11 600's?


jkwool while I have you here I want to really thank you for all your hard work! I just got a ECU flashing cable the other day and the amount of info you and others post online here is really awesome! I have been asking all of my buddies what years bikes they have because I just wanna play with these programs so much So thanks again for all the hard work!!!

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Yeah this stuff is quite a bit different to web based and regular programming as you are looking at things at a much lower level, down with the registers, processor instructions and memory locations. First thing I would do would be to look at the locations changed by the 1000 code, see what is going on in the bin file around that location, then look for similar in the 600 bin file. A good hex editor will serve you well here.

Thanks for your comments, its great to see this stuff really starting to take off and gain more acceptance :) 

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jkwool wrote:

Yeah this stuff is quite a bit different to web based and regular programming as you are looking at things at a much lower level, down with the registers, processor instructions and memory locations.


 I'll say it is different....  It still has me scratching my head confuse

 

I think I am going to give up on motorcycle and take up 130,000ft skydiving.



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Thanks Justin!

Do you have any good HEX editor programs I should look into?

Thanks again! I have been working with Guhl for quite some time with the ZX10r ECU stuff but I've been getting into the Suzuki ECU's lately and would like to not have to bug Don about stupid questions lol.

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sportbikeryder wrote:

 I'll say it is different....  It still has me scratching my head confuse

 

I think I am going to give up on motorcycle and take up 130,000ft skydiving.

 

bahahahah i still get stumped by this stuff still so dont feel bad :) 

The way to think of it is

Registers (generally 16 of them) which are like short term memory for current operations

RAM memory that is volatile (i.e. it resets when you turn the key off) which is longer term Memory

ROM which is non volatile this is the program code (Operations) (and Maps and settings etc) that run inside the ecu

Operations are the low level instructions, so like grab this RAM memory value and stick it in a register then add the value of this other register to it before sticking it back into a RAM location

 

So basically an ecu is a series of inputs (taken form the Analogue to Digital converters ADC) e.g. TPS, Pressure, Temp, Gear etc which are operated on by the ROM code to produce output, (fuel pulse width and ignition timing etc), all the ADC values are stored in RAM locations which are pulled into registers by the operations in the ROM code, they are manipulated by Operations in the ROM and values are posted to RAM locations which control the outputs i.e. injector pulse width and ignition timing etc. simple hey :)



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Thanks Justin!

Do you have any good HEX editor programs I should look into?

Thanks again! I have been working with Guhl for quite some time with the ZX10r ECU stuff but I've been getting into the Suzuki ECU's lately and would like to not have to bug Don about stupid questions lol.


I use hex editor Neo, i paid for a better verison with more comparison options etc but the free one is a great place to start

http://www.hhdsoftware.com/free-hex-editor



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Awesome, thanks for all the tips!

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