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Title: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: prj on December 14, 2017, 10:39:10 AM
Some of you may know that the old Audi I5 ECU is my darling - I started what I am doing today with it...
Because there is no longer any commercial viability to it, I release all my developments and knowledge. Everything is at http://m232.org.

List of some of the stuff I have done:
* Custom datalogging routines in ECU and C++ DLL driver for windows for the WinLog suite
* Complete rewrite of load acquisition in the ECU to go from mass-flow to SD. Incl ECU hardware mods. Maf Delete.
* Complete rewrite of transient enrichment algorithms.
* 16 bit load support, no more 255 cap.
* Launch control, antilag, flatshift, knock disable
* Map switching
* TunerPro checksum plugin
* TunerPro xdf definition
* TunerPro adx definition for live tracing

Everything is open, free for all and fully documented.
There won't be a lot of people who care about this on here, but here is to those who do :)


Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: KasperH on December 14, 2017, 10:53:03 AM
Thanks for sharing man  :D
My brother in law has a S6 C4 so this might make for some fun :)


Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: woj on December 14, 2017, 11:38:34 AM
Everything is open, free for all and fully documented.
There won't be a lot of people who care about this on here, but here is to those who do :)

Not interested in this particular ECU, nevertheless, might want to look into this to compare notes, as I also have my darling ECU(s), so many thanks.

A question that I have to ask - do you have a ball park on man-hours you spent on this?


Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: gin+ on December 14, 2017, 12:20:29 PM
Aweome :D


Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: Carsinc on December 14, 2017, 12:36:39 PM
its gonna be alot harder for me to say bad things about you up here now... ;D


Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: vwaudiguy on December 14, 2017, 12:37:53 PM
Thanks for sharing, D. Hope I get the chance one day to do something with this ecu. Also, I could not find the prjmod binaries referenced in the wiki. Are these available?


Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: prj on December 14, 2017, 01:16:46 PM
Thanks for sharing, D. Hope I get the chance one day to do something with this ecu. Also, I could not find the prjmod binaries referenced in the wiki. Are these available?
Read toolchain setup info, there is github repo.
Not interested in this particular ECU, nevertheless, might want to look into this to compare notes, as I also have my darling ECU(s), so many thanks.

A question that I have to ask - do you have a ball park on man-hours you spent on this?
I don't. Way too much, probably over a thousand hours.


Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: vwaudiguy on December 14, 2017, 01:19:01 PM
Read toolchain setup info, there is github repo.I don't. Way too much, probably over a thousand hours.


Found it. Thank you!


Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: alizczewy on December 14, 2017, 02:12:55 PM
Some of you may know that the old Audi I5 ECU is my darling - I started what I am doing today with it...
Because there is no longer any commercial viability to it, I release all my developments and knowledge. Everything is at http://m232.org.

List of some of the stuff I have done:
* Custom datalogging routines in ECU and C++ DLL driver for windows for the WinLog suite
* Complete rewrite of load acquisition in the ECU to go from mass-flow to SD. Incl ECU hardware mods. Maf Delete.
* Complete rewrite of transient enrichment algorithms.
* 16 bit load support, no more 255 cap.
* Launch control, antilag, flatshift, knock disable
* Map switching
* TunerPro checksum plugin
* TunerPro xdf definition
* TunerPro adx definition for live tracing

Everything is open, free for all and fully documented.
There won't be a lot of people who care about this on here, but here is to those who do :)

Thanks a lot prj, i dream to build an Audi 5cyl engine and tune it on stock engine management. Your contribution is pretty much worthy for me. Kind of regards


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Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: mister t on December 14, 2017, 03:14:52 PM
PRJ, many thanks for this information.

As it stands, it's way over my head, but laying it out in a wiki like you've done makes it possible to digest.

Looking forward to learning what I can from your contributions :)


Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: grifrowl on December 15, 2017, 10:17:30 PM
Awesome.


Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: prj on December 18, 2017, 02:09:56 AM
I added source code (C++) for the WinLog and TunerPro plugins to the github repo.


Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: gt-innovation on December 18, 2017, 03:42:20 AM
Epic...


Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: focalpoint519 on January 04, 2018, 12:25:03 PM
Stud Status  :o


Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: grifrowl on January 04, 2018, 08:56:07 PM
I added source code (C++) for the WinLog and TunerPro plugins to the github repo.

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Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: 10101011 on February 09, 2018, 11:58:52 AM
FREAKING AWESOME !!! ;D


Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: NOTORIOUS VR on August 31, 2018, 02:32:45 PM
Some of you may know that the old Audi I5 ECU is my darling - I started what I am doing today with it...
Because there is no longer any commercial viability to it, I release all my developments and knowledge. Everything is at http://m232.org.

List of some of the stuff I have done:
* Custom datalogging routines in ECU and C++ DLL driver for windows for the WinLog suite
* Complete rewrite of load acquisition in the ECU to go from mass-flow to SD. Incl ECU hardware mods. Maf Delete.
* Complete rewrite of transient enrichment algorithms.
* 16 bit load support, no more 255 cap.
* Launch control, antilag, flatshift, knock disable
* Map switching
* TunerPro checksum plugin
* TunerPro xdf definition
* TunerPro adx definition for live tracing

Everything is open, free for all and fully documented.
There won't be a lot of people who care about this on here, but here is to those who do :)

Very cool stuff man, I'll (probably) never use it.  But actions like this could spark other good deeds and/or sharing.



Title: Re: Good old M2.3.2 for the masses
Post by: dj_o on October 16, 2018, 09:57:32 AM
Hats off!
Thanks for my milestone in finishing speed density in M2.7 ;D It's time to leave for a while ME7 with IDA and load the old projects.