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    Good job

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmh308 View Post
    So cool! 5 months from not knowing what was inside to being setup for tuning the uncrackable E92. Congratulations for this world first again!!! Just like E85 Flex Fuel 3 years at least before the competition got there.

    In the context of internet rumors, reading this set of posts on LS1Tech is very amusing.

    http://ls1tech.com/forums/generation...m-block-4.html

    Someone posing anonymously as a GM engineer made claims of dual virtual machine architecture with hypervisor controls:

    Obviously this guy was a Robot as one reader concluded.

    Quote: "As I've stated... The ECM and please refer to these as the ECM's is Now a virtual client. The ECM has a microprocessor that is now virtualize. Unlike before.. What that means is means is the ENGINE MANAGEMENT DEVELOPERS put more than one operating system on this single processor. The hypervisor separates between each OS. The OS modeling through a new authoring feature and IP specification import function. Through TLS and TLM as well as can be used in a wide variety of applications including systems such as engine and transmission control, braking systems, power steering systems, chassis domain control, airbags, advanced driver assistance systems, and infotainment systems.

    The virtualization easily allows the system to overwrite any changes or deny unauthorized access. This ECM contains software tools enabling greater visibility and controllability into the system software execution.

    Bigg Gunz"

    "The fuel event system will not be tunable in the after market...why are someone people not understanding that the fuel tables concerning this particular engine is completely and totally off limits? The ECM is only tunable from GM servers if and when problems arises as a virtual client ECM.

    Sure the someone can develop a standalone ECM to run the engine. But only after research, reversing engineering and then development. Find a supplier of quality electronic components and boards. Then you have to deal with testing and regression analysis. This ECM uses a superior processor. The cost of this is substantial far out weight any performance gains for the consumer. If possible wait until the official outputs on the LT1 VVT are out. If this engine isn't enough in power something on the horizon will tickle your heart.

    Stay positive this isn't the end all of performance.

    This is for your safety.

    Bigg Gunz"
    Ross, is any shred of this mumbo-jumbo that "bigg gunz" posted actually true about the E92?
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    Sounds like a load of bollocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMPX View Post
    Sounds like a load of bollocks.
    Ill second that
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    "Uncrackable", ok sure thing. Didnt GM say that about the E39 too?

    When will everyone learn that calling something "uncrackable" or "unhackable" means it will be at the top of someone's list to crack asap? It's a challenge that (so far) always results in it being cracked. ECMs, software, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScarabEpic22 View Post
    "Uncrackable", ok sure thing. Didnt GM say that about the E39 too?

    When will everyone learn that calling something "uncrackable" or "unhackable" means it will be at the top of someone's list to crack asap? It's a challenge that (so far) always results in it being cracked. ECMs, software, etc.
    Thats ok there is some genius on a Corvette forum telling people this:
    "I suggest you do more homework as the C7 uses the Siemans PCM from Europe, not Bosch and it has been used for 3 years over there and not one person has cracked it, nor how the PCM has to connect and exchange protocol client to server
    It so bad that owners of performance cars in Europe are forced to change to different PCMs and remove engine functions that older PCMs were not designed for. "

    Then telling ME I dont know what I'm talking about ROFL
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    In all fairness we can't dismiss the non hackable point. The current generation Bosch EDC17 and MED17 ECM's are causing some major problems with RSA checks during reflashing on some of those ECM's. There's just no getting around that unless Bosch give you the private key (zero chance of that), this is why many of the Euro tuners have to pull the ECM's apart to bypass that check which is only done during an OBD-II flash. It'll only get worse as processing power increases, the ECM will have more time to do complex checks before allowing the engine to run. For us GM gas guys at least it looks like we will still be doing this for another 4 or 5 years until the next generation of ECM's comes along.

    In the meantime, whoever at GM did the deal with Delphi to supply ECM's for the SIDI motors and not use an MED17, we thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMPX View Post
    In the meantime, whoever at GM did the deal with Delphi to supply ECM's for the SIDI motors and not use an MED17, we thank you
    You can thank GM Holdings for that heheh I think the days of specialty ecms are likely gone at least for the foreseeable future in high volume NA products. Who knows with you Crazy Aussies though
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    From what I hear our 'new' VF Commodore is just carry over E38/E67, but knowing our luck when it's re-badged in the USA as the Chevy SS it's be the SIDI V8
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMPX View Post
    From what I hear our 'new' VF Commodore is just carry over E38/E67, but knowing our luck when it's re-badged in the USA as the Chevy SS it's be the SIDI V8
    Hahahhaah no we got saddled with the LS3 still :(
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