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Old 14th February 2009
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Default t5 suite ...... getting there ...need bin file

hi, tried to get bd32 running on me duo core pc with xp , kept getting " cant reset mcu ???? " or sumthin like that , i used a bdm adapter from ebay.

then i finally got a old 400mhz laptop running with windows me ..... got it up and running straight away !!!!!! dumped the bin etc....

but what i need now is a orig bin file from a 1994 2.3ltr turbo auto ......
the ecu that i have is a t5 b204 , and i want to flash it with the correct bin so that i can use it on my b234

can any body point me in the right direction for the correct bin file ?
or email me one ? krawczuk@adam.com.au

thanks,
mark k
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Originally Posted by krawczuk
hi, tried to get bd32 running on me duo core pc with xp , kept getting " cant reset mcu ???? " or sumthin like that , i used a bdm adapter from ebay.

then i finally got a old 400mhz laptop running with windows me ..... got it up and running straight away !!!!!! dumped the bin etc....

but what i need now is a orig bin file from a 1994 2.3ltr turbo auto ......
the ecu that i have is a t5 b204 , and i want to flash it with the correct bin so that i can use it on my b234

can any body point me in the right direction for the correct bin file ?
or email me one ? krawczuk@adam.com.au

thanks,
mark k
Hi

Just look in the folder binaries from the directory of T5Suite.

C:\Program Files\Dilemma\T5Suite\Binaries

your BIN should be there or just make a backup of the BIN of your original ECU and then change it (this is the best way)
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I'll second the "Make a copy of your own"

It's really difficult to actually mess anything up, and when you run the bd32 dumpT5 (bin) command, it just copies off the bin.

I had an issue with trying to find a compatible bin file, I ended up getting a check engine light because it wasn't the right program for my car even though it appeared to be.

I'm a happy owner of a T5 Stage 1 9000 CS (+ boost controller) car!
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I agree, make a copy of your own so you always have it and can put it back to stock at any time and then modify your own base version.

I have had some trouble using other bin files from the list on ecuproject, corrupt bytes, etc.

The biggest issue is using the wrong sw version and finding out the purge matrix is wrong, etc.

In 1996, the ng900 had something like 9 different sw versions, its the tuffest year to get right. I don't even try anymore, I just find out what the exact sw version is for the car I want to tune and use that sw as the base, its the safest best way to do it.

good luck,

John
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Hi there I made a spreadsheet etailing all ecu numbers I could find with there boost figures, markets and year models here

http://forum.ecuproject.com/viewtopi...&sd=a&start=20

I think you need to be a member to download them unfortunately.

They are very helpful for determining your base software etc

Maybe someone can host them for me

I figure you need sw 4300828

I hope this can help some dudes
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