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06-07 GSXR 600 Bin file


So it looks to me like there isn't anyone out there who has a bin file for a 600. I have a track bike with a PCIII and a Quickshifter fitted. I reckon I could get the same functionality from a std ECU with all the right tweaking.
If anyone has a bin file then let me know. If not, when I come back from racing in Spain in a few weeks I will have a go at downloading using the AUD method. Only thing is I guess we would need a definition file, would anyone be up for giving that a go?

-- Edited by wobbler on Wednesday 10th of February 2010 05:54:32 PM

-- Edited by wobbler on Wednesday 10th of February 2010 06:29:24 PM

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use rr's bin2xml and try it yourself. what program are you going to use to download and capture the memory contents, also what address are you going to start from.

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rr will probally have a editing program out soon....

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Once I get the data I will try bin2xml, I was hoping that someone would have the data already, and the defintion xml wink.gif
I guess for me it looks like a parrallax proto board looks like the easiest setup for reading from the aud. I think you have used this method stocker from reading the posts. Did you find it ok?
As for the starting address I have seen it on here somewhere, I guess once I have the board setup I will give it a go using the different starting addresses to see what I get.
Hopefully it will mainly be the same as a 1000.
I will also be having a look at the shifter code from the busa as I would like to get rid of the quickshifter pack too.

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Alternatively, do you know if the guy who was looking at the parrallel port option ever got anywhere with it?

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if you need the bs2 read programs, let me know...i used teraterm to capture..

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I will follow this thread! Im also on the hunt for a stock bin for the 600.
Iīll be glad to help if i can, though im far from an expert :)

Will follow this thread with big interest!!

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Nice, we will have 'twice' as many people working on it!! Sorry, not very good joke.
Yesterday I order the parallax unit for reading from the AUD. Hopefullly should be here soon so I can try it out. Like most new people on here it is a while since I did any IC or assembly, maybe 12 years but I can normally figure stuff out pretty quick. I also managed to get the recommended dissasembler.
I have searched over this site and am sure I can remember seeing some suggested starting addresses for a gsxr 1k, but i dont seem to be able to find it now, along with a lot of other things. I really need to remember to bookmark the pages when I eventually find them again. To start with I am going to assume that as the wiring harness is vertually identical between 05-06 1k and the 06-07 600 that the ecu software is going to be very similar.
Can anyone point me in the direction of the thread with some recommended starting addresses? I seem to recall it mentioned something about a chip possibly being a 7054 rather than a 7052. Does this ring any bells with anyone?? I have searched for 7054 etc but haven't found it again :(

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Haha, the joke work fine late at night with a tired mind wink.gif

Remembered reading about 7052 vs 7054 when i read your post. After a while i manged to find the thread:
http://ecuhacking.activeboard.com/index.spark?aBID=99460&p=3&topicID=18088519
Reading the thread it seems "Don" succesfully have read out the bin for the -06, would be nice to know what aproach he used.
And if RidgeRacer could post up the .bin even though it doesnīt seem like bin2xml works since he didnīt find the maps?

Also remembered reading a post from RidgeRacer in another forum that the flash routine from GSXR 1000 05/06 also should work for 600/750 up to -07.
But does this theory fall apart now?


-- Edited by Twice on Saturday 13th of February 2010 11:25:41 PM

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wobbler, what dissembler are you going to use...???

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look here..
http://documentation.renesas.com/eng/products/mpumcu/e602185_sh7052f.pdf

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hi stocker, i will use ida as most seem to rate it as the best.

twice - Shame the bin file for the 600 was not published. do you know if it was a US one or a european one? Mine is a UK bike.

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that i do not know....did you purchase ida pro..???, or is it a "freeware" version.?

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it is not bought... yet. I will see if it proves useful first.

So according to that document the 7054 chip just seems to have 384k of flash memory and an extra 4k of RAM, the rest of it doesn't seperate the three different variants.

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with the freeware version you will not be able to dissemble the s-record, or .bin file correctly...

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with that document you will be able to figure out flashing protocol for the sh-series cpu and you will be able to find the start/end memory adresses....and much more..

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Don appears to be from Pennsylvania so i assume itīs an US bin.
I think mine is an EU model, but its imported so i have to double check that.

Wobbler wich Parallax unit are you gonna use? Link? I have got some reading to do since iīm far, far from as skilled as you and stocker. :)

Anyone knows how it is with the immo on k6/k7? Do we all need to read out our own .bin in order to get the checksums as with the car ecuīs?
Or is it just a simple resistance in the key blade?


-- Edited by Twice on Sunday 14th of February 2010 11:37:37 PM

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I have ordered the parallax proto board with usb.

I think you can use any bin file, so far as I have seen.

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i use the basic stamp "boe" board.....

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In rr's bs2read program you can trace and change the tx/rx pins as needed, depending what board you use...bit rate work good at 9600 bps and not loose any lines...

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I got the proto because I couldn't get hold of the boe board at the time, and it was about Ģ40 cheaper, which I am hoping to use to pick up a spare UK ecu when I can find one. I saw one on ebay the other day, by the time I had a chance to put a bid on it had been sold!

I was going to use the program that bozo wrote for reading using the proto board. It seems a straight forward enough thing to do.

I just want the kit to turn up now so I can get hold of the bin file!

I haven't seen much on here with regard to the software that rr was saying would be coming out. Do you know if he has been making much progress on it?


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yes, i spoke with him a few days ago...it may be ready in march.....

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Excellent news. Do you know if it will work for a 600 K7?? If so I will just wait and stop giving myself a headache with ida

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Hopefully when I get the software downloaded from the ecu it will compare well to a 1000 k5/k6. The wiring harness for my 600 seems to be almost the same as the 1000 shown in other posts. With luck the chip pin outs will be the same and I wont have to strip the whole thing down to trace the pins as knowing me there wont be many components left on the board if I go near it with a dremmel.

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Dont know what potting its inside GSXR ECU but on my LTR 450 ECU i stripped a nylon brush was the perfect tool, could go on pretty hard to clean out all the legs without ripping out any components or damaging any chips.

A good knife is also good to start with to cut away the thickest potting, go slow :)
God luck man!


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Good advice, I will leave the hammer and chisel in the toolbox then wink.gif

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Haha that might be a good idea :)
Dont forget to snap off some pics.

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Still waiting for the parallax board to turn up. I have been updating the program that bozo posted to tidy it up a bit, I haven't changed any of the logic, just getting up to speed with the SPIN language I made a few changes to improve the ClockPulse routine. Just need to get hold of an ecu now. I don't want to have to experiment on the ecu on the bike as if I mess it up I will have immobiliser problems if I change the ECU.

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homework board hooked to aud on a sh7052f processor


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Excuse the fact that I am getting excited about going to Spain with the bike in a few weeks for a few days testing and racing. Shame I probably wont have time to get a proper go on the ecu before the bike has to be shipped!

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nice pic wobbler.....smile

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Proto board has arrived, it is hooked up and talking to my pc. I have done some re-writing of the spin script that bozo posted and it seems to be good to go. The main difference that there is in that and the bs2 script from rr is the fact that it reads bytes rather than long words. I see that bozo got it working reading long words, but there were some errors. I will look at making it read long words and if it errors drop to read that address in bytes.

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Wonderful to hear Wobbler!
How is it going with locating an ecu? Or are you gonna cut open a small hole just for the AUD
connector in the one you use? If you have the time it would be nice if you could explain the steps
you are taking a little more in detail so that a dumbass like me can get a grip around the process. :)

I donīt have mouch experience to speak of in this area but im fascinated and this is definetly
something i want to learn. I will definetly give it a go as soon as i am done adjusting the last
fine adjusments on my car ecu that im in the middle of right now.

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I decided I would get a spare ecu, rather than cut the hole in the one on the bike. Mainly as I suspect that I may have to completely strip the thing down to trace the pins, which means that I will need another one anyway, therefore I may as well strip one which wont cause me problems with the immobiliser etc. Also the bike is due to be shipped to Spain in a week or so and I need to get it prepped for the trip.
I will put some more details up once I get actually get hold of an ecu to work on. At the moment I have made changes to the reading script, but don't know how it will work with the ecu yet !!

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So I have a couple of potential ecus, I should find out tomorrow if I can get hold of one of them, possibly a guy who repairs them may have one which won't work on a bike but will do for me. I have the proto board wired and ready to go... just need that ecu

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So I finally seem to have tracked down my sacrificial ecu. Should have it by middle of next week. Have been playing with hew and looking at the quick shifter code. I reckon it is doable. Hopefully the bin file is going to be similar to a 1k will have to wait and see though.


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Man thatīs great news! Canīt wait wink.gif
Gonna be really exciting to remap the GSXR if you manage to get out the bin!


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This is the code I have come up with so far for quick shifter, it is based on the shifter code for the gen1 busa, but rather than use an out of range GPS value to indicate a shift cut, I intend to use the clutch switch signal. The addresses all need to be verified when I have the code.

The basis of the logic is, if the clutch is switched, the bike isn't in neutral, the revs are more than 3500, the gear position is 5th or less, and there hasn't been a recent cut initiated, then cut either fuel, ignition or both for a certain number of revolutions equalling a period of time eg 80ms.

I haven't got the cut length logic sorted out yet, but I think I need to know more about the ECU RPM value before worrying too much about it.

shifter_600.c

Hoping to get my sacrificial ECU through soon.

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stocker, do you have an HEW workspace which is configured with the ram and I/O initialised?

I would like to run the simulation, but I don't know what needs to be initialised for the simulation to run successfully. ie. TPS.GPS, RPM etc etc. I don't mind what ecu it is for, it is just to give me an idea.

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Well I have been properly let down regarding the ECU, and cant seem to source another one. Am going away tomorrow for a few days racing in Spain, when I get the bike back next week I will use the one in the bike for reading. If I end up needing to strip it to trace the pins I will have to try to source another one.

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Sorry to hear there was problems with the extra ecu. Life ****s you from time to time.
Good luck in Spain now and lets hope thereīs no need for tracing out an ecu wink.gif

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Have you made any progress wobbler? No broken bones from Spain i hope...

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No broken bones to report. :) Have just had a chance to get the ecu off the bike today. Need to get a different tip for my soldering iron as it is going to be a delicate job to get the wires soldered to the ecu. Will try and do it tomorrow.
Attached a pic of the opened up ecu, only took about 30 mins to cut the plastic out and using a heat gun, screwdriver and dremel with brush attachment get the potting stuff off.
Pics are from Almeria in Spain, very cold... the tyre pic was at the end of a 50+ lap stint in an endurance race, the chunk fell out after about 8 laps, felt like riding on gravel around right hand bends, great slides though!


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Looks really nice Wobbler! Opened up and all. Yeah that was thin solder pads :)
A zero tip for the solder iron might come in handy hehe. What measures you got for the hole?

Whatīs the temperature in Spain now? Here in Sweden its about +2 C in the middle of the day.
Nasty cut in the tyre, not fun if it blows in a high speed turn haha!

Hope you are able to get a good read from it.
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The temps in Spain whilst there were about 6-10C, it rained on the third day, and had been snow the day before we turned up so the track was really cold.

The hole I cut is about 40mm wide and 15mm deep. I was really pleased with the way that the potting came off in the end. I used a heat gun and screwdriver to prise a fair amount off, then used a stiff brush attachment for a dremmel to clean the rest off.

I hope to get a good read from it. The proto board and wiring harness has been ready for a long time now!

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Well I have wired it up, and all I get from it is 1's, I guess maybe the thing is stuck in reset or something. I have powered pin 16 and 17 12v and grounded 34 and 66. I see +5v on pin 11.
Will have to do more investigation when I get the time

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it seems like the 4 data lines are always showing about +3v all the time, when the ecu is powered up, or connected to the board etc.
I have wired up the AUD the same way as bozo diagram showed, with the resistors etc, I assume that the AUD layout it the same across the different ecus.

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For some reason that I cant fathom at the moment as soon as I plug the ecu into the proto board the voltage on audrst goes from 4.75v to 3.9v, which isnt enough. it needs to be > 4.5v according to previous posts, seems like my original thought of it being stuck in reset was correct.
Strange... I have checked the soldering etc, it isn't pretty but it is all ok as far as pins being soldered together etc.
I will have another play later.

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Wonderful to see you are all up in it!
I wish i could help you more, but all this with proto boards are new to me.
Try a different power source to that pin to see if thats the problem with the readings.
Or else start the boring job with measuring all the leads and solderings.

Measures for the hole i meant where on the box?
Snap of some pictures on your setup with wiring and bozoīs diagram you used?

Keep it up! :)

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