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Pocket Programmer 2

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by pills_PMD, Mar 31, 2003.

  1. pills_PMD

    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    :woo:

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    it just came today along with 13 atmel 29c256 EEPROM's
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    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    Coooooooooooooool.
     
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    for sure!! i can't wait to start burning em!!

    anyone need a chip?? lol
     
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    what is it? and what does it do?
     
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    it flashes binary files to those atmel chips which are then put into the ecu into your car and with the help of hondata.com we make the car faster!!
     
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    Be careful with the PP2, it has a reputation of going bad for no reason what-so-ever.

    I'm on my 2nd one so far.
     
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    reallY?? that sucks... is the original one more reliable?? i've used that before, but never pp2
     
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    Sweet!!! burn me one for pm6 with 8000 rev limit! (i don't trust ebay chips) :D
     
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    are either the pr3 or pw0 interchangeable with that ECU?? i can do pr3, pw0 , p28 and most obd1 ecus'
    i dont know much about the obd 0 ones at all.. so if a chip that is good for a pr3 or a pw0 will also work in the pm6, i'll look into it. i need someone to be a test pilot for me.
     
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    For burned chips in general?

    I might be interested.
     
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    yea LSVTEC, AIM me, or PM me for more info.
     
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    where can i but the pocket programmer cheap ?
    know this Rom editor
     
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    www.xtronics.com is where i got mine. i dont' know if you think 150 is cheap or not.. but that's the best price you'll find it for new...
    other than that go on ebay and search for EPROM and look at the programmers and make sure they are compatible with the EPROMs you intend on using
     
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