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Evening guys I hope you're all well? Firstly I just want to say thanks to all who have had a hand in the development of the ECUEditor  and the techniques in implementing it. I'm running a 2003 'busa with a TTS designed rotrex supercharger, and a mate is running an '02 busa with a big cc turbo (if these names mean nothing I'm over in the UK lol) and between us we've been to, and been fobbed off and f**ked about by every big tuning company over here, and we came to the conclusion that they're all very good fabricators but clueless tuners,  some digging around and finding this program and getting hold of a certain reknowned interface (cheers greg), and using our self built dyno, we've managed on my mate's turbo bike what thousands thrown at 'experienced professional tuners' couldn't and sorted all but a couple of small issues with it so far and are just looking for time to sort the rest :D so thank you to petrik for coming up with the program and like i say everyone who had a part in it.

I've not long joined this forum and am very happy to have found it :) I do have a small question though, like I've said said mate and me have succesfully flashed his busa several times for different reasons, all done with the interface wired into the harness and the ecu on the bike, now, I've read in several places in including on this forum that it's possible to remove the ecu from the bike and 'bench flash' it. What I haven't been able tofind is some kind of wiring diagram or similar on how to do it, I'm assuming that the interface is wired up asit is when flashing it on the bike, just with a 12v bike battery hooked up to the power in and ground pins? If anyone knows for definate how this is done, and which pins I'm looking for, I'd be very grateful :) Later guys!



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Evening guys I hope you're all well? Firstly I just want to say thanks to all who have had a hand in the development of the ECUEditor  and the techniques in implementing it. I'm running a 2003 'busa with a TTS designed rotrex supercharger, and a mate is running an '02 busa with a big cc turbo (if these names mean nothing I'm over in the UK lol) and between us we've been to, and been fobbed off and f**ked about by every big tuning company over here, and we came to the conclusion that they're all very good fabricators but clueless tuners,  some digging around and finding this program and getting hold of a certain reknowned interface (cheers greg), and using our self built dyno, we've managed on my mate's turbo bike what thousands thrown at 'experienced professional tuners' couldn't and sorted all but a couple of small issues with it so far and are just looking for time to sort the rest :D so thank you to petrik for coming up with the program and like i say everyone who had a part in it.

I've not long joined this forum and am very happy to have found it :) I do have a small question though, like I've said said mate and me have succesfully flashed his busa several times for different reasons, all done with the interface wired into the harness and the ecu on the bike, now, I've read in several places in including on this forum that it's possible to remove the ecu from the bike and 'bench flash' it. What I haven't been able tofind is some kind of wiring diagram or similar on how to do it, I'm assuming that the interface is wired up asit is when flashing it on the bike, just with a 12v bike battery hooked up to the power in and ground pins? If anyone knows for definate how this is done, and which pins I'm looking for, I'd be very grateful :) Later guys!


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Hi and welcome to the forum, bench flashers are available from BoostBySmith.com for the Gen 1 Hayabusa http://www.boostbysmith.com/bench.html

cheers

-Justin.



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Cheers for the replies guys, have to say I wasn't expecting anyone to come back so quickly lol, half expected this place to be a dead site like so many other forums I've joined, very happy to doscover otherwise :D Busa2001, cheers for confirming, I know what I'm going to be doing overthe bank holiday weekend now, and justin, I should have thought of that, thats where said mate sourced the interface from, thanks again guys, stoked about getting these issues on my bike sorted out now :D

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Bench flashing works just fine. I've done quite a few of them. I put a connector on the first interface I ever made to bench flash. It can also be done with a 12V adapter for a car to plug in to the power outlet / cigarette lighter.

 

I believe this is what you are looking for.

 

ECU_harness_connector.JPG

John



-- Edited by sportbikeryder on Friday 6th of April 2012 02:11:22 AM

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Cheers for the reply John, this place reminds me of the trx850 forum I used to be a member of, so many helpful people :) Out of interest is anyone else on here running a supercharger on their busa? Seen a fair few guys running turbo's, Busa2001 being one of them I believe? Right, I'm off to see what I can sort out on this thing, if anyone hears a bang in the next hour or so, that'll be my ecu lol

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Vampire on the b-king forum has a rotrex supercharger on his b-king, he is also using ecueditor to tune it, you can read about it here

http://www.suzukib-king.org/t7071-rotrex-supercharger?highlight=supercharger



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Cheers bud I'll have a read of that later, I'm just off to re-fit my ecu after an unsuccesful flashing. Had a whole load of messages about FDT.exe not being found, downloaded that (which I'm sure we never needed the last time we used ECUEditor and our interface), installed it, followed Petriks instructions for setting it up, and still can't get it to flash :/ never mind, I think I'll be spending the evening looking around at aftermarket ecu's

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What version of windows are you using? (XP, 7, Vista, other?)

Also, check the spelling on the 'Programs" folder. Some Windows has the "Programs" folder titled as "Programmes", which can cause some issues with the software searching for a path.

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Using windows 7, it comes up as programs (just checked after seeing your post), i'm usually pretty au fait with computers and like i say never ran into any problems like this last time round with my mate's turbo bike, i don't get it... i'm this close to putting the bike on ebay



-- Edited by Bennybloke on Friday 6th of April 2012 12:14:11 PM

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