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    Check this out MPEM flashbox and software

    I post over on PWC today but there are so many trashtalkers over there. I want to see what kind of input I get here.
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    Re: Here it is Boys and Girls! I got it!! Finally!!!
    For use with the ESU Engine Control Modules
    Portable equipment in a briefcase type housing for testing ECUs (Engine Control Units). Designed specifically for field failure analysis & restoration of "ESU" modules at the customer site. Totally automatic - bar code reader recognises ECU, selects correct test & calibration programs & initiates process. Has option to recalibrate ECU (reprogram internal Flash memory contained in ECU module)
    • Portable unit for field failure / warranty analysis & module repair
    • Capable of performing many of the functional tests used in original ESU manufacture
    • Option to recalibrate ESU
      (reprograms internal Flash memory contained in ESU module)
    • Totally automatic - bar code reader recognises ESU, selects correct test program & initiates test
    • Tests up to 16 module outputs, including injectors drivers, coil drivers, fuel pump, etc
    • Pre-programmed with all available versions of modules & engine strategies
    • Can be updated with new calibrations when available
    • Has CAN High Speed communication
    • Able to read & analyze all DTCs (Diagnostic Trouble Codes) stored in the module flash
    • Can restore module VID Block (Vehicle Configuration ID Block ) & reset module to initial state (i.e. state after module manufacture)

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    PLANT LINK S.L. USB COMMUNICATION INTERFACE BOXES COMMON FEATURES OF THE USB COMMUNICATION BOX FAMILYCustom Designed Test Systems
    Plant Link S.L. specialises in the custom design & development of electronic test equipment for the automotive industry. A wide variety of testers have been built ranging from single card units supplied in a hand sized box to full height tower systems for major automotive manufacturing facilities. Extensive use of microprocessors, microcontrollers and latest technology enables Plant Link to pack the power of a large test system in to a briefcase sized box. Plant Link is the fastest in the industry to design, build & install custom test equipment. We have never installed a system behind schedule. Below is a sample of systems recently completed.
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    Re: How you like me NOW. USB MPEM flashbox and software
    Communication Boxes Introduction
    These small boxes act as translators, bringing the ordinary PC in to the automotive world. Three simple connections are required: mains supply via any wall socket; a single lead to connect the box to the PC and a second lead to connect from the box to the automotive equipment. Each box is delivered complete with the PC connection lead and a mains power supply. The box coupled with software from Plant Link S.L. can provide a comprehensive set of communication and test capabilities, based on a standard PC.

    RS232 PC-Automotive Communication Boxes
    Connects via the RS232 Serial Port on any PC to provide protocols widely used in the automotive industry:
    SCP, CAN and ISO9141/Kbus Parallel port PC-Automotive Communication Boxes
    Connects via the Parallel Port on any PC to provide protocols widely used in the automotive industry:
    SCP, CAN and ISO9141/Kbus USB PC-Automotive Communication Boxes
    Connects via the USB Port to provide protocols widely used in the automotive industry:
    SCP, CAN and ISO9141/Kbus
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    PLANT LINK S.L. USB COMMUNICATION INTERFACE BOXES COMMON FEATURES OF THE USB COMMUNICATION BOX FAMILYCustom Designed Test Systems
    Plant Link S.L. specialises in the custom design & development of electronic test equipment for the automotive industry. A wide variety of testers have been built ranging from single card units supplied in a hand sized box to full height tower systems for major automotive manufacturing facilities. Extensive use of microprocessors, microcontrollers and latest technology enables Plant Link to pack the power of a large test system in to a briefcase sized box. Plant Link is the fastest in the industry to design, build & install custom test equipment. We have never installed a system behind schedule. Below is a sample of systems recently completed.
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    Re: How you like me NOW. USB MPEM flashbox and software
    Communication Boxes Introduction
    These small boxes act as translators, bringing the ordinary PC in to the automotive world. Three simple connections are required: mains supply via any wall socket; a single lead to connect the box to the PC and a second lead to connect from the box to the automotive equipment. Each box is delivered complete with the PC connection lead and a mains power supply. The box coupled with software from Plant Link S.L. can provide a comprehensive set of communication and test capabilities, based on a standard PC.

    RS232 PC-Automotive Communication Boxes
    Connects via the RS232 Serial Port on any PC to provide protocols widely used in the automotive industry:
    SCP, CAN and ISO9141/Kbus Parallel port PC-Automotive Communication Boxes
    Connects via the Parallel Port on any PC to provide protocols widely used in the automotive industry:
    SCP, CAN and ISO9141/Kbus USB PC-Automotive Communication Boxes
    Connects via the USB Port to provide protocols widely used in the automotive industry:
    SCP, CAN and ISO9141/Kbus
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    I'm confused - what does this have to do with Sea-Doos? I know that the newer stuff uses OBDII, but you posted in the 2-stroke section and unless I'm wrong, doesn't use OBDII.

    So.....?

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    so what can this do for my seadoo?

    id be interested if you gave a little bit more model specific info

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    I contacted the company about using their interface to remap our MPEMS. You cannot call yourself an engine tuner without being able to change your ignition mapping heck on DI and RFI you need control of everything including mixture maps. So on that note.. Their systems can be configured to ANY MPEM used to date. It's a little costly but worth it. They anaylize the ECU and make all the cables up + configure the software. The software is very powerful allowing arc changes by graphing and then drop it right to the flash memory.

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    hey guys... dont be so skeptical and quick to discard what he has to say.... there's many people across the country nevermind across the world looking to put an end to the exclusive "BRP diagnostic hardware and software"

    there's been numerous attemps at new wiring harnesses, new cables and modules to override the MPI that seadoo uses to give access to watercraft MPEMs and ECUs.

    I know of two individuals personally in the US that were lent MPEM programmers and MPI boxes trying to "crack the code" into programming this stuff....and u can bet their's been a hundrdd other attempts... there's people out there with the stuff, the means, the resources doing it already, some with special permissions tho.

    regardless, something like this is what the non-franchise PWC service shops are after and the hardcore tuners... not the recreational riders and riva staged kits riders

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    You were the one that I was pointed to as a reference. I wish the shiete talkers on PWC today had a little bit more open minded outlook. That's why I have started posting over here. I figured going to the source on the matter. A good friend of mine designs and builds electronic control systems for microwave broadcast systems that all open air TV broadcast stations use. I am by no means an electronics engineer but I do have resources including the $ it might take to get the info and make it available for all of us "amatures" to use.

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    I do have a BUDS system on the way from some of my connections. I got that for a grand. I am going to let my associate take a crack at opening it up and also a friend to decompile the software. Although I do agree the hardware is the most challenging aspect of this. Once you're in you're in.

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    GAPPA... when you get BUDS, just look at the serial cable going in, and look at the cable going into the ski. they have a mess of wiring, but only 6 wires actually plugging into the ski.... of those 6 wires, 2 of them are the power that back-supply the MPI box...

    the 2-stroke RFI and DI motors from Seadoo only have 4 wires utilized byt eh BUDS plug... the MPI protocol box needs it's own power supply from batteries or a wall outlet which obviously steps it down.

    the 4-stroke skis from Seadoo do not need any power for the MPI box to power up... it's taking the power and ground from the ski to power up the box.

    software is software, that's the least of the issues as you mentioned... a new program can be built or the existing one picked apart.

    bypassing the BUDS MPI box is the trick... that box is what wants the codes, the passwords, and the activiation codes from BRP direct... and that activation code needs to be renewed periodically.

    my knowledge of its inner-workings is limited, but i'll help you as best i can. I use the programs and hardware all day every day

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