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bin file to readable format


Hello! I am extremely new to ECU remaps and i just got my hands on a stock.bin file of a K6/7 i think. the ECU is made by Denso.

I've been trying for the past few days to somehow "decode" this bin file to some human-readable code. Basically, lets say that we have 2 bin files - 1 stock and 1 with included quickshifter in it.

Say we want to see what are the differences, but we want to be able to actually read and understand it (if that is even possible). I am working as a software engineer in the automotive industry for the past 3 years 

and tbh i find this really hard to handle. Maybe there is some Denso specific software available? Or something else? Any info would be highly appreciated. Thank you for your time! 

 

Best regards,

KrasiR1



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Contact me on mail rendeto88@protonmail.com I have information for you.

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Sent. Thanks!
Is there any tool to read/edit such files? I read somewhere that i also need an xdf with this bin.
*bump*

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send me email tphackingecu@gmail.com



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A lot of spamming people here, share the information if you know more..... What is the ECU ID?

The quickshifter for the Suzuki has been developed by this forum (most probably); have a look at the following thread. For me this is pure wizzardery :) ecuhacking.activeboard.com/t28626195/quick-shifter-for-gen2/

To answer your question, the bin file can be read and compared with tunerpro eg.

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Also, a good alternative is Romraider

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