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Old 03-22-2006, 11:28 AM   #1
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Default Enginuity Tuning Software - Released Beta Version

Enginuity v0.2.7b (Beta) is now released.

Jared Gould (qoncept) is the programmer/designer behind enginuity. He has worked and researched conscientiously in producing this software.

Please check the enginuity website for required "plug-ins" such as the tactrix SSM cable, latest JVM from Java, and ecuExplorer. All related links are available at the enginuity website.

For those of you who haven't heard of enginuity.

enginuity:

Enginuity is a free, open source application created for viewing, editing and tuning Engine Control Units (ECUs). Enginuity is written in Java and, as of version .20 alpha, uses XML to define ECU versions, meaning it is infinitely extensible and useable on any ECU you can retrieve an image from. Any information stored in your ECU (timing advance, fueling, boost, etc) may be altered, making your stock ECU nearly as powerful as expensive stand-alone units, better than piggy back units, and more functionality than commercial software costing in the thousands of dollars.

Enginuity is intended for use only by experienced tuners who understand the consequences. As with any tuning solution, the potential for engine damage is very high when altering your ECUs hard coded values. The use of appropriate equipment (ie, knock sensor, wideband oxygen sensor) is extremely important.

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In order to minimize problems, users are required to register and login before downloading files. I did this to help prevent people who don't know what they're doing damaging their engine/ECU with Enginuity. So.......

Don't flash an Enginuity-altered image to your ECU if you don't understand the values you are editing or are not willing to accept the risks of alpha software. Alpha status means this software is incomplete, untested and NOT in ANY way guaranteed. If you are simply downloading to evaluate and are not using another utility (ie ecuFlash) to flash it to your ECU, you aren't at any risk.


As always, we value your feedback. Please be discrete. We'd like to hear from you.

Good luck tuning!!
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Thank you sir! What year is your car and what modifications have you done?

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I know I am waiting patiently for my warranty to run out, and this project to reach at least Beta stage before I try it out. But I did want to say, thanks for the work and it's great that it is a GPL.
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I am not sure when the Beta stage will be released, but I'm sure Jared is working towards that goal.
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Thank you sir! What year is your car and what modifications have you done?
2003 WRX

Turbo xs FMIC
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Nice!

I'm missing the FMIC and Big MAF, then we'd have the same setup


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Nice!

I'm missing the FMIC and Big MAF, then we'd have the same setup
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The current plan is to release 1 or 2 more versions to finish including all the basic functions I want and then call it beta. Hopefully then I'll be able to run more comprehensive tests and shortly after release a non-test version -- look for it in about a month.
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What modelyears are supported now?
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2004 WRX is pretty comprehensively covered, 2002 and 2003 are incomplete but timing, fuel, boost and a few others are supported for a handful of ECU versions. Subaru has about 25 different ECU versions between 2002 and 2005, so getting them all supported is a pain. I've got a laundry list of things to do, but adding support for more ECU versions is one of them.
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Subaru has about 25 different ECU versions between 2002 and 2005, so getting them all supported is a pain. I've got a laundry list of things to do, but adding support for more ECU versions is one of them.
This is why you see reflashes like the AccessPort using a common ECU revision where possible. For example, all 02-03 cars end up getting reflashed with the same image, all 04 gets the same, all 05 gets the same, all 06 MT gets the same and all 06 AT gets the same.

From a software and map maintenance standpoint the fewer maps you have to keep track of, the better.
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This is why you see reflashes like the AccessPort using a common ECU revision where possible. For example, all 02-03 cars end up getting reflashed with the same image, all 04 gets the same, all 05 gets the same, all 06 MT gets the same and all 06 AT gets the same.

From a software and map maintenance standpoint the fewer maps you have to keep track of, the better.

Hasn't that technique bit them in the ass before? I believe that they tried to use the same map on 04/05's for a while? Not that I'm saying it's bad, just that it may be a bit of a technical problem for a volunteer standpoint either way.
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Hasn't that technique bit them in the ass before? I believe that they tried to use the same map on 04/05's for a while? Not that I'm saying it's bad, just that it may be a bit of a technical problem for a volunteer standpoint either way.
Yes, they did have a problem with the 05s when they were first released and had to use a dedicated 05 maps. I think that especially for a volunteer community it'll be easier to maintain a handful of maps instead of dozens, though if someone is willing to run through the mappings for all revisions of ECU the more power to them.

The next trick is to generate a generic map which when combined with the map offsets gets you your revision specific tuned map. That way you enable map sharing between different revisions of ECU. Maybe this is already possible?
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The next trick is to generate a generic map which when combined with the map offsets gets you your revision specific tuned map. That way you enable map sharing between different revisions of ECU. Maybe this is already possible?
Thats what I was thinking, sort of an intelligent diff between ECU's.
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The generic map definition already exists, if you look in ecu_defs.xml, WRXBASE has all of the tables and each revision simply adds the storage addresses to that.

The Honda guys on pgmfi.org have been doing this for years, and yeah, they have their revisions narrowed down to the point where they almost all use the same image (easier on old OBD-I and earlier ECUs, though).

What I'd like to do is set up a wiki that has all the latest ECU images for each ECU version so only those would need data offsets, like you said. This could also be used to keep the definition file updated and organized. When I get some time I'll see about setting up the wiki, or maybe Scoobypedia ( www.scoobypedia.co.uk ) would be a better place for it.. Either way, I'm too busy between work, autox and Enginuity to do it right now, but it shouldn't be too long.
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Great job man I wish i knew how to do some of this stuff I would help you out, but I have figured out how to use the software though I have been reflashing my car and my friends cars. Great stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Great job man I wish i knew how to do some of this stuff I would help you out, but I have figured out how to use the software though I have been reflashing my car and my friends cars. Great stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Doing my best.. Are you in the AF? I'm at Maxwell/Gunter, have a few friends at Luke.
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Old 03-24-2006, 09:04 AM   #22
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I guess it is only a matter of time before we have real-time tuning as well. When that ability is finally cracked its going to be awesome.
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Old 03-24-2006, 02:52 PM   #23
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Doing my best.. Are you in the AF? I'm at Maxwell/Gunter, have a few friends at Luke.
Yes I am and Luke is where I be!

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Old 03-24-2006, 03:04 PM   #24
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Very nice, I am working on some developement for '05 WRX Maps.
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The generic map definition already exists, if you look in ecu_defs.xml, WRXBASE has all of the tables and each revision simply adds the storage addresses to that.
I suspected it might already be possible, I just haven't looked into the software mapping details that far, yet. Good work, I'll try to get some time getting my 03 mapped out. I wonder what the ECU will think it is after having been flashed by AccessPort, though.
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