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Old 06-10-2020, 16:53   #1
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EVO Definition file

Hy Guys. I bought my EVO5 with a 7 ecu remapped. The Guy how mapped Sadly died 2 years ago. I Just want to do some small tuch on the curves for the new exhaust system. Can Anyone help me with the definition file?

This is wat I read out from my ECU : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HJ6...ew?usp=sharing

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Old 07-10-2020, 09:14   #2
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Hy Guys. I bought my EVO5 with a 7 ecu remapped. The Guy how mapped Sadly died 2 years ago. I Just want to do some small tuch on the curves for the new exhaust system. Can Anyone help me with the definition file?

This is wat I read out from my ECU : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HJ6...ew?usp=sharing

Thanks a Lot!
The ecuID is: 98650011

https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/ec...ml-needed.html

XML is attached in EvoM thread above, look for post of ToddW
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Thank U Very Much!

How you find the ECUID in the file?

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If it is just the exhaust system after cat, or if it was mapped without having a cat, you do not need to change/adjust the maps.


He did not find the ID of your .srf file format/extension, he gave you another ID to use and rename your .xml/rom to .hex file format, so that you car open and read it in ecuflash.



You can also download the 90550001 Tephra V7 .xml and replace yours with it as it has more features on it and then copy the maps and rest of settings from your existing rom to this one.







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If it is just the exhaust system after cat, or if it was mapped without having a cat, you do not need to change/adjust the maps.


He did not find the ID of your .srf file format/extension, he gave you another ID to use and rename your .xml/rom to .hex file format, so that you car open and read it in ecuflash.



You can also download the 90550001 Tephra V7 .xml and replace yours with it as it has more features on it and then copy the maps and rest of settings from your existing rom to this one.







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Actually I did find the Ecu ROM ID by opening the ROM file in EcuEdit which will automatically give you the ROM ID, normally I will open a hex editor and look at the know adresses for the ROM ID and search from there.
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Actually I did find the Ecu ROM ID by opening the ROM file in EcuEdit which will automatically give you the ROM ID, normally I will open a hex editor and look at the know adresses for the ROM ID and search from there.

If you did open his .srf file, and found that its ID was the same as the one given in the link which is a jdm evo7 rom ID, then he does not need to replace it using wordpad, and his rom should have been able to be read along with all its info, unless some code got missing while transferring the file from the ecu to his laptop.


Also to my knowledge, EcuEdit, reads only .hex, .bin, .csv formats , it does not read .srf, so one needs to convert it to hex firstly.


I could not open the file in ecuflash so that I could get its ID, nor through an .srf editor, nor could I convert it to .bin or .hex, as the file I downloaded was corrupted, and so could not see what the issue was with it. I did not bother with trying to fix the file so that I might have been able to open it, as everything he wanted to know, along with all 3 evo 7 rom IDs were given in the link.







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