[Gmecm] The next step: E67 ECM
wopontour at hotmail.com
Thu Jun 21 15:48:47 CDT 2007
Since almost ALL aspects of the E67 calibration can currently be
altered/modified via HP Tuners, doesn't this mean that the decompiled
calibration and OS data must be floating around out there in cyber-space
This was so obviously NOT something that was "backwards engineered"...
----- Original Message -----
From: <bcroe at juno.com>
To: <gmecm at diy-efi.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2007 10:56 PM
Subject: [Gmecm] The next step: E67 ECM
>I suppose there is no physical access to the computer
> (data & memory) buses. If there were, equipment could
> pick up the actual code.
> 20 Jun 07 "Darren Freed" <darrenfreed at gmail.com> writes:
>> Nevertheless it would be very interesting to look at
>> the code and compare various configurations.
>> HPTuners is fine if all you want to do is adjust parameters
>> in the calibration data. If you really want to understand the
>> PCM, it is useless, because the file generated by a read
>> of the pcm is encrypted - very annoying.
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