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Following. Just found this thread, definitely going to read up on it after work. It's been years since I've worked with hex. I have my BDF bin file pulled, anyone know if the BDE xdf work with it?

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On 3/1/2019 at 11:46 AM, Vagnerd said:

Following. Just found this thread, definitely going to read up on it after work. It's been years since I've worked with hex. I have my BDF bin file pulled, anyone know if the BDE xdf work with it?

 

Nope, well maybe, if you're in the US then you're better signing up on Nefmoto and getting files from this thread and I don't do BDF generally being in the UK, but it's not massively different, just some 02 and stuff, a few things here for you dude, you need to sign up and post a few comments to see them etc then you've got plenty to put together to build your ecu!!!!!

 

EDIT: We'll do it through OC aspects below!! Enjoy BDF'ers! I don't do much for BDF being none Euro but same things, let's see what we can do!

 

Nef link - http://nefariousmotorsports.com/forum/index.php?topic=10385.msg97338#msg97338

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I uploaded my Nef stuff to the post above to save time, may as well give it you from source instead of jumpin through hoops and signing up, it should all help I hope, I'll do tons more when I have time! 

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Overview of your 24v ecu folks, all VR6 24V/R32 are ME7.1.1., called 022906032 (x/xx), apart from mk4 12V US models (M.E.7.1.)  - not much info about on me7.1.1. as it's a hybrid evolution of ME7 and MED7/9.... trust me after 10 years but this is the overview from VW....

 

http://www.volkspage.net/technik/ssp/ssp/SSP_249.pdf

 

 

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On 3/1/2019 at 3:35 PM, RBPE said:

I uploaded my Nef stuff to the post above to save time, may as well give it you from source instead of jumpin through hoops and signing up, it should all help I hope, I'll do tons more when I have time! 

Thanks! I'm on NefMoto as well, just not finding too much on the me7.1.1 as you said.

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On 3/4/2019 at 5:29 PM, Vagnerd said:

Thanks! I'm on NefMoto as well, just not finding too much on the me7.1.1 as you said.

 

You normally have to piece together these kinds of files using the mk4 R32 full definition files on there, you can do most of it easy enough, the above I only took a few minutes to do as there's no point me doing BDF stuff over here, so look at my posts on Nef and you'll find all you need to put together a full definition file on these....... or at least more than any other place on the net at least!

 

E.G. I did them quickly just to help this guy, above are just direct links for the files in that post;

 

http://nefariousmotorsports.com/forum/index.php?topic=10385.0

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I did this quickly some time ago off an R32 file, I think it should be pretty much spot on but I'm reversing at the mo so time will tell. 

 

Seems to match up with mininuts file post but if not, pipe up and I'll try and dig out any address changes for you!

 

Based on this post to read up on, can elaborate as required as/when needed if your addresses are off etc;

 

http://nefariousmotorsports.com/forum/index.php?topic=7174.0title=

 

pop

 

Or I've got this full read to work off to do a better xdf/FI tuning etc if you want to get the file and are looking at long term?;

 

http://nefariousmotorsports.com/forum/index.php?topic=17018.0title=

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p.s. This includes BDF, major offsets with the early single VVT stuff like AUE which can be a pain to define comparatively and I lost the early ones I did on dodgy hard-drive and haven't done much since, but if I have time I'll have a quick look if you put a link to your oem file for me

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Not sure if it was the BDF from the thread link above but just dug out some locations for the US lot;

 

Check the cw but looks okay;

CWSAWE BDF BDE

 

Main locations for the BBSAWE maps;

BDE BDF Pops

 

 

Your rpm limits will generally show up as B0 68, of which there can be loads, look at the spacing between them to narrow it down in your hex editor or most should show up in these locations as there's not a massive amount of data stacking changes twin vvt to twin vvt files;

 

RPM BDE BDF 2

 

 

RPM BDE BDF

 

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