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 on: Yesterday at 03:43:58 AM 
Started by vborovic - Last post by gman86
A lot of assuming going on in here. 

Assuming the battery will be okay.  Assuming WinOLS will checksum correctly.  Assuming the changes this other person are good but you can't verify what they've changed and why.

MPPS will checksum this file. The rest is wildcard

 62 
 on: Yesterday at 03:42:27 AM 
Started by dja13k - Last post by adam-
Why no VVT?

 63 
 on: Yesterday at 03:41:54 AM 
Started by vborovic - Last post by adam-
A lot of assuming going on in here. 

Assuming the battery will be okay.  Assuming WinOLS will checksum correctly.  Assuming the changes this other person are good but you can't verify what they've changed and why.

 64 
 on: Yesterday at 03:27:50 AM 
Started by vborovic - Last post by vborovic
My response is more tailored to the "get used to writing to the ECU" rather than what results to expect.

And that's what I appreciate - results (or lack of) are only my concern in this case, I just don't want to do damage to the ECU before actually accomplishing at least something from the stock starting position ... the immobilizer issue doesn't exist on this ECU (I've read on some other places that you can loose the immo info and then be unable to start the car after doing a remap)

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 on: Yesterday at 03:20:42 AM 
Started by vborovic - Last post by gman86
I did write in my first post that "I'd like to try reducing the engine's fuel consumption, even for just a small amount to have a sort-of "proof of concept" that this might work and give some results", I don't actually expect miracles (not that big of an idiot ... Cheesy ), but it was done out of curiosity and to maybe start experimenting on my own with the ECU remaps step-by-step on the car and see what I can do with it ... I could've went the other route, expecting to get 40-60 HP out of the ECU remap, and then you would still get the same opening question from me ... Smiley

My response is more tailored to the "get used to writing to the ECU" rather than what results to expect. It'll help you if you continue down the journey of learning the ECU and playing with the software

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 on: Yesterday at 03:10:37 AM 
Started by vborovic - Last post by vborovic
I did write in my first post that "I'd like to try reducing the engine's fuel consumption, even for just a small amount to have a sort-of "proof of concept" that this might work and give some results", I don't actually expect miracles (not that big of an idiot ... Cheesy ), but it was done out of curiosity and to maybe start experimenting on my own with the ECU remaps step-by-step on the car and see what I can do with it ... I could've went the other route, expecting to get 40-60 HP out of the ECU remap, and then you would still get the same opening question from me ... Smiley

 67 
 on: Yesterday at 03:06:18 AM 
Started by Khendal - Last post by prj
Of course there is.
But if you need to ask then probably you won't be able to do it, because it requires very good understanding of EEPROM access in the file and then coding up a kill switch.

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 on: Yesterday at 03:03:01 AM 
Started by vborovic - Last post by prj
Skip writing this crap and write it off as a lesson learned and money wasted.
There is nothing that will be done in that file that will save you any fuel. As simple as that.

And in the future remember, that you are not going to improve economy on a gasoline engine (especially NA) by modifying the ECM.

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 on: Yesterday at 03:02:22 AM 
Started by lordx2008 - Last post by pobedyst
If there is a damos on this file give any software, I have software 366458, how much is it?

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 on: Yesterday at 02:54:40 AM 
Started by Jim_Coupe - Last post by Khendal
The damos you found around is just fine. The reason that you might find it different is the HiLo and LoHi byte order.

Usually the First Generation of DSG boxes are Cxx like the one you have.A damos file or hex /a2l pair will not be usable unless you get the FR for it in order to understand the Mechatronic functionality.

Usually all Cxx boxes have a HiLo byte order and Exx and FXX have LoHi. That is a way to know directly if this is cxx or something else.

If you are using CMD flash it will tell you through the identification what kind of box it is if you select the wrong one. If you boot it with magpro or something similar you will know from the instructions.

The file sizes are a big "tell" also but some tools give a different output on the newer models.



Thanks Smiley

Yes i've compared the damos floating here with my file, and indeed i notice this HiLo, LoHI thing Smiley but now i know also who have what Smiley thanks for this explanation.

This file has read by KESS by the way Smiley

And now...how do you advice me to continue to understand, find maps in this file without a def file?


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