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Old 05-31-2009, 12:13 AM   #1
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Default question converting to open ecu from cobb

hey i have a v1 cobb with a pro tune on it. I took the image of my ecu with the cobb tune then unmarried to stock thinking that I could reflash my ecu after doing this.

I haven't read any where that the V1 AP locks the ecu

My questions are:

Is it possible to copy the ROM from an ecu that is married with a tune and re flash with that image?

Is it possible to convert the 'PTM' file into a 'hex' or 'bin' file?

Is there anyway for me to do this? I paid a lot of my tune = [ and don't have the cash for a retune on an open ecu.

Thank you!!
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Old 05-31-2009, 08:19 AM   #2
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un-marry..reverts back to stock rom file. so you can not copy cobb rom file.
but there have been others that have on earlier versions of AP.
so give it a try.

PTM is file extension for Cobb..i do believe..
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Old 05-31-2009, 11:02 AM   #3
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With the APv1 if your protune was loaded as the basemap then the image you have will be of that tune. Any tunes loaded as a realtime map can not be read.
Reading, saving and reflashing cobb basemaps with opensource may be considered a violation of some intellectual property and stuff. I've seen debates here and other places that say its the same as pirating software or movies.
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