OBDX Development - Developer Tools and Suggestions

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Re: OBDX Development - Developer Tools and Suggestions

Postby Tazzi » Thu Nov 17, 2022 3:34 pm

We now have an E88, T87A, E90.. and maybe an E99. The image on the listing was an E99 but it was described incorrectly.. see we will see what we end up with.

Least one of these will be FD CAN. I believe ill need a late model 5byte BCM too. I believe I have a 2019 BCM here but can also pickup another.
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Re: OBDX Development - Developer Tools and Suggestions

Postby In-Tech » Thu Nov 17, 2022 6:08 pm

Hiya Tazzi,
I have an 8 spd trans and T87a here, have you had any luck with the 10spd T87a's? I don't have a trans or controller but I want one :D

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Re: OBDX Development - Developer Tools and Suggestions

Postby Tazzi » Thu Nov 17, 2022 6:21 pm

In-Tech wrote:Hiya Tazzi,
I have an 8 spd trans and T87a here, have you had any luck with the 10spd T87a's? I don't have a trans or controller but I want one :D

Got one of those on the way. So.. we shall see.
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Re: OBDX Development - Developer Tools and Suggestions

Postby In-Tech » Thu Nov 17, 2022 8:33 pm

10 spd t87a? way cool.

I can't publish everything publicly, but here is some info on the t87 8spd. I am in love with the 10 speed modular "gearbox" that ford and gm has done. I really want one. In the next few months I will be dyno'ing my 6.2 vvt cam change and will sell the 6.2 hot rod and 8spd to someone wanting a "hotrod" transplant so I can afford to keep learning. Money/Time...ya know :)
2015_T87_62_LTZ_1500_8spd.txt
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2015_T87_62_LTZ_1500.txt
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2015_T87_62_LTZ_1500.rar
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Here is also a t87 6 spd from a diesel which is cool.
2016_T87_66_LML_Turbo_6spd.txt
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2016_66_LML_Turbo_Info_B.txt
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2016_T87_66_LML_Turbo.rar
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Man, I am sorry I haven't been around much, lots of things have happened.
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Re: OBDX Development - Developer Tools and Suggestions

Postby Tazzi » Fri Nov 18, 2022 1:14 am

It's a t87a, no idea about what exactly it came out of but I Can read it's vin to find out.

From what iv read, been told and looking at the loader, there's debug routines and all sorts which are likely the exploits being currently targeted.

I mean, at a minimum, I simply want OBDX tools to be capable of flashing over FD CAN. Since the GT has the hardware to support currently, it'll make them the cheapest tool on the Web for j2534 with fd can (that I'm aware of) and certainly a world first for ELM commands on FDCAN. Not sure whether to be proud of adding that support, or ashamed that I'm actually extending and encouraging it :lol:

I have no doubt these ecus will end up in a bricked state by the time I'm done with them
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Re: OBDX Development - Developer Tools and Suggestions

Postby Gatecrasher » Fri Nov 18, 2022 3:53 am

What's the source for those calibration reports? Not your personal, specific source, obviously. But in general terms, where do those come from? Calling them a gold mine feels like a gross understatement.

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Re: OBDX Development - Developer Tools and Suggestions

Postby Tazzi » Fri Nov 18, 2022 10:31 am

Gatecrasher wrote:What's the source for those calibration reports? Not your personal, specific source, obviously. But in general terms, where do those come from? Calling them a gold mine feels like a gross understatement.


I couldnt view on my mobile last night. Looking at it now, interesting its basically indicating what option each item is currently set to. Certainly would make reverse engineering easier :lol:
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Re: OBDX Development - Developer Tools and Suggestions

Postby In-Tech » Fri Nov 18, 2022 12:01 pm

TunerCat has a reports menu, I just choose "report all to file". It sure is a lot easier to peruse the text document than drop down menu's.

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Re: OBDX Development - Developer Tools and Suggestions

Postby In-Tech » Fri Nov 18, 2022 12:20 pm

I updated my above post with more info and the .bin files compressed with WinRar.

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Re: OBDX Development - Developer Tools and Suggestions

Postby Gatecrasher » Fri Nov 18, 2022 1:01 pm

Cool. I thought they came from some internal GM tool given the level of detail.

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