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Old 01-25-2008, 07:02 PM   #1
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Default Any info on the progress of the Speed Density development for Enginuity?

I hate to be that guy... so let me first say I'm incredibly appreciative of how much the Enginuity developers have given the Subaru community.
I just know that since enginuity.org went down, there is a bit of a breach in communication between users and developers as well. Its hard to know at this point really how many are still involved in development and what types of things are being worked on.
I wanted to ask, if I'm allowed, for any info regarding the development of Speed Density for Enginuity. I know that it was being developed and even tested by a few. I have read comments in the past couple of months about testing. I was just wondering how that was going and where things might stand. I'm not looking for any commitments on a release date or anything so dont worry
Just thought this might be a good place to talk about what has gone into the project and open up a dialog between developers and users about it...
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None of the Enginuity developers were working on speed density. You were probably thinking of Freon who was working on SD for his STi.
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Old 01-26-2008, 11:11 PM   #3
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hmm i'm confused, and a little sad. thanks for the response though, and thanks for enginuity .
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Freon has been running it for quite awhile now, successfully AFAIK.
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Old 01-27-2008, 09:54 AM   #5
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He has a thread about it on the openecu site. IIRC, his plan was to keep testing it on his car and then release it to the public with defs for the popular rom editors out there (Enginuity, Ecuflash, Ecuedit) for select 32-bit ECUs.
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Old 01-27-2008, 01:26 PM   #6
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Old 01-27-2008, 02:46 PM   #7
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How are things coming with the SD setup? I'm interested to hear...
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"when it's done"
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"when it's done"
Seriously, why the ****ing secrecy? Are you having any issues? Or is it simply a packaging problem?
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Seriously, why the ****ing secrecy? Are you having any issues? Or is it simply a packaging problem?
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There are more than just users here.. plenty of people willing to help expedite the process.
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Probably because if he makes the slightest mistake in the modified code, or the code that patches different ROM versions, someone's engine could blow up.
That would certainly make me really really careful and cautious.

Am I right?

If so, I say give it out to people who beg. And by "beg" I mean, people who step up and say "I realize that I'm the first person to test modified software for my particular ECU and a mistake in the modification could blow up my engine, and I'm OK with that risk so please give me a copy right f**king now, I don't care how confident you are that my engine will be safe."
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Ahhh, the old Duke Nukem defense
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