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2002 r1 ecu


I will just start and say that I am new to this forum but I am very interested in the topic. I have a 2000 r1 which I converted to a 02-03 fuel injected engine.  I have done alot of internal engine modifications and would like to program the ecu.  I hate the powercommander and any that piggybacks the stock ecu. I have no idea where to begin. I came across this forum and thought that somebody here could help me.  If anybody could give some direction to start with, that would be great. thanks



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Hello,

can you put here some ecus pictures, label numbers...

Is your ecu with or without immobilizer?

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Christian Piasini
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I know it does not have an immobilizer. Here are some pictures of the ecu. If you can help me with this I will get another ecu asap so I can continue with this project. Thanks


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have you had a chance to look at my ecu? If there is a chance I will get another one from ebay.

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Your ECU is a Mitsubishi. So far we have had no luck with Mitsubishi units on the ZX-10 and ZX-14. They have no development plug to read out the software with. I would bet yours is the same but the truth is there is no way to tell for sure until someone opens one up and looks inside.



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I will see if I can get one in the next couple weeks off ebay to experiment on. Thanks

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I know it has been some time since my last post. I had has been so busy with work and haven't had much time to get another ecu. I did get one about a month ago and started work on it.  I cannot believe how time comsuming it is to get the ecu opened up. I am not completely done but I at least got access to the processor.  The number on the processor is mh7202f.  I have attached two pictures with my progress.  I know on one of the previous post, ridgeracer stated that it might not be possible.  Before I continue many more hours of work, can someone let me know. I will try to finish it up by next week.

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The MH7202F is an Hitachi H8_539F

H8_539F.pdf

It is a 16bit with no AUD, BDM, or JTAG type debug port that you could use to read the code. The only way to read it is to cut the chip off the board and wire it to an EEPROM programmer as if it where a HN28F101 flash memory chip and try to read it in PROM mode.

Then you have to hope they didn't set the security bits when they programmed it at the factory that make it unreadable even in PROM mode.

Search Prom Mode in the above manual for more info.

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We can read this ecus type, no need to take out the glue.

Just plug the pins on the ecu plug.


Then read and write.

I'm sorry that i can't share the details, as we has just release it to our dealers

If you need I will read it for you, just send us the ecu.

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Christian Piasini
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Give me some contact information so I can get the ecu send out to you. Thanks



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Anyone have a .bin for this thing?

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