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Ahhh I see - well I will be ordering a SDL cable shortly then :) I will have to have a look at TP, although i think RV has more features than I will need !! - but you never know do you smile

Yeah its taken 3 years to get it to this point so Im looking forward to taking it out on the road, I just need to make sure I have followed the 280page IVA reg's manual to the letter, once I'm through that I'm sorted!!

 

Thanks again for the help. smile



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You can get real time data from the ECU using the SDL interface, RV supports the Swift and there is also a Tunerpro definition which allows you to use TPs very impressive logging capabilities. I've been using that myself on the bench here while tuning an ECU with a guy in the US, he logs the data and I can play in back on my PC in real time, slowed down or sped up

You don't need to touch the six-pin socket, it is actually disabled while scanning.

I noticed the lights and plate on the buggy, I'm aware of IVA, that'll be quite an achievemnt to build something from scratch and get it certified for road use.



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Rhinoman, thanks for the info, looks like I will be ordering a SDL cable then !! - If im using the SDL cable I can still get real time data out of the ECU cant I? and do I need to do anything to the 6 pin plug (the one you put a jumper into to get the CEL/MIL light working) or can I ignore that if im using the cable? (Sorry for asking all theses newbie questions!!)

 

As for the Buggy, yes I designed and built the whole frame and suspension - well everything really - I just need to tweak a few bits, finish the lighting loom and fit the wheelarches and then she will be ready for the IVA test after strip down and paint anyway :) (IVA is the Road legal test for Kit Cars and one off's like mine)



-- Edited by ChaosMS on Monday 29th of October 2012 10:34:43 AM

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68E00 is SDL only. The ones that I have seen haven't been reflashable, the later 68E40 is and may be able to be reflashed to suit a 68E00. I've been giving that some thought of late. The problem with these ECUs is that they are a dual processor and the timing processor can't be reflashed, it doesn't matter if the cam sensor is the same but they changed those a few times between models during that era.

That buggy looks like tremendous fun, I bet its pretty quick. Did you build the frame yourself?



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Rhinoman - thanks for helping, the details on the sticker on top of the ECU are:

A0

1.0 MT EEC

33920-68E0 0

68E0

MB112000-4424

12V

Denso

 

Then right at the bottom there is a barcode - does that help? - I must admit when I saw the ecu port was the same as a OBD2 I tried a OBD2 scantool (Just a cheap one off ebay) but it does not connect, which if this is SDL would expalain why!!

 



-- Edited by ChaosMS on Sunday 28th of October 2012 01:15:34 PM



-- Edited by ChaosMS on Sunday 28th of October 2012 01:29:18 PM

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What is the part number of the ECU? all the 99s I've come across have been SDL.



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Hi everyone I'm building a 1999 Suzuki Swift 1.0L 3 Cylinder powered road legal buggy, Ive almost finished it now (been working on it for 3 years) but was wanting to take a closer look at the ECU, however I incorrectly identified the connection port as a OBD2 port mainly becouse it looked correct (wont make that mistake again) but it only has 3 wires, looking at the tech info on this site it would seem to be a SDL version can anyone confirm that? (it was a stock 1.0l G10A 1999 model)

 

Oh and to show you what its powering now here is a small video :)



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