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kashmir 05-23-2012 01:49 PM

Hacking the Motronic
Hacking the Motronic

Was able to hack my Motronic today, may the remapping begin

jb92563 05-23-2012 02:42 PM

Better backup that data first.

Are you able to write to the maps yet?

I guess from that jumble you will still have to figure out where everything is stored.

Do you have a reference of some kind to go by or do you have to reverse engineer it?

kashmir 05-23-2012 02:54 PM

Yes itís backed up; yes I can write to the map, yes reverse engineering is in the works.

kashmir 05-23-2012 02:55 PM

Oh yes the jumble is the hex code 

Kenny Boxster 05-23-2012 03:21 PM

Kashmir, what exactly is your exigence for mapping the motronic? I am quite interested in your project and wish you the best of luck. As a member of the boxster enthusiasts, you are free to borrow a durametric if the need arises. Good luck!

kashmir 05-23-2012 04:45 PM

My purpose is to understand and improve the performance of my car.

Kenny Boxster 05-23-2012 09:29 PM


Originally Posted by kashmir (Post 291398)
My purpose is to understand and improve the performance of my car.

Fair enough. :D You do as any red blooded man does with cars. Share with the forum and tell how it goes with us. :cheers:

jb92563 05-24-2012 06:56 AM

I'm also a computer wiz but hacking hex code has never been something I have really had a chance to do.

I'm interested in your work so keep us updated on this thread, wish I could help in some way.

I suppose once you figure out the structure and function you can wrap it all up into a program that lets folks do their own tweaks, like the race tuners.

I wonder how they do it or do they replace the Engine Control Unit with something custom that has be developed for tuning?

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