Motronic 2.10.3 (SAAB)

Bosch Motronic etc ECUs and PCMs
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Re: Motronic 2.10.3 (SAAB)

Postby surbotaab » Mon Aug 06, 2018 7:50 pm

Hi

I`ve got the rev limit, fuel and ignition maps on the bin I use on all (as not all bins seems to work on later ecu`s) M2.10.3 ecu`s.

Should I post it together with the adresses if anyone would like to use it to create a xdf? :)

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Re: Motronic 2.10.3 (SAAB)

Postby flaset » Fri Aug 10, 2018 6:44 pm

surbotaab wrote:Hi

I`ve got the rev limit, fuel and ignition maps on the bin I use on all (as not all bins seems to work on later ecu`s) M2.10.3 ecu`s.

Should I post it together with the adresses if anyone would like to use it to create a xdf? :)


That would be awesome! :-D

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Andreas
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Re: Motronic 2.10.3 (SAAB)

Postby surbotaab » Tue Aug 14, 2018 4:05 am

flaset wrote:
surbotaab wrote:Hi

I`ve got the rev limit, fuel and ignition maps on the bin I use on all (as not all bins seems to work on later ecu`s) M2.10.3 ecu`s.

Should I post it together with the adresses if anyone would like to use it to create a xdf? :)


That would be awesome! :-D

//
Andreas



Okay, here we go!

Attached is a 0261204347 bin with software version 355172 that is tested on at least 30 different ecus`s included the later models with immo. (removes immo)

Map Addresses/size/format
Rev limit:
0C4C8 org value 145, (110 is 8000rpm)

Fuel Idle and low load:
0D184 / 5x5

Fuel Wide Open Throttle:
1: 0D1AF / 16x1
2: 0D1D1 / 16x1

Fuel at mid load:
1: 0D1FD / 12x12
2: 0D2A9 / 12x12

Ignition at mid load:
1: 0D3A9 / 12x12
2: 0D455 / 12x12
3: 0D501 / 12x12
4: 0D5AD / 12x12
5: 0D659 / 12x12

Ignition at WOT:
1: 0D733 / 16x1
2: 0D755 / 16x1

Hope you are able to use it! I would greatly appreciate if anybody made a xdf with injector scaling so I could fit a larger MAF, as well of other functions as disabling lambda, adjusting warm up enrichment and things like that!

What are you planning to tune when you get a working xdf btw? :)
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Re: Motronic 2.10.3 (SAAB)

Postby surbotaab » Tue Aug 14, 2018 4:09 am

I`ve tried the X*0.74 -22.5 equation found in most motronic ecu`s but think that X/2 is the correct way to display actual ignition?

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Re: Motronic 2.10.3 (SAAB)

Postby flaset » Wed Aug 29, 2018 6:47 pm

surbotaab wrote:What are you planning to tune when you get a working xdf btw? :)


Naa, just eager to learn, the more complete *.xdf the better, especially if you some day end up on the dyno. :D
And, trying to help some freinds with driveability in competition-cars, most calibration, not so much "functions".

Right now, I'm into trying to understand how the diagnosis SW works, would be really cool to be able to keep it but make it a little bit more "forgiving".

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Re: Motronic 2.10.3 (SAAB)

Postby surbotaab » Thu Aug 30, 2018 8:25 am

flaset wrote:
surbotaab wrote:What are you planning to tune when you get a working xdf btw? :)


Naa, just eager to learn, the more complete *.xdf the better, especially if you some day end up on the dyno. :D
And, trying to help some freinds with driveability in competition-cars, most calibration, not so much "functions".

Right now, I'm into trying to understand how the diagnosis SW works, would be really cool to be able to keep it but make it a little bit more "forgiving".

//
Andreas


Guess it's folkrace we are talking about then? Doing some chipping on various bilcross/folkracebiler here.. A fully functional xdf would be great when mapping, I've never encountered any issues with limp mode on the Saabs actually... My main issue is that the amm is a bit to small...

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