Just checked DynoJet’s website. Their Challenger bench flash isn’t offered for the ‘23 model either.
It'll only be a matter of time until it's cracked. A little 'Patience' is the keyword here.
Land Rover produced a new flash a few years ago and applied it retrospectively as a recall, even vehicles that had been tuned lost their flashes and couldn't reinstall them. It caused uproar and took three months for it to be cracked.
Given enough time, we humans will have painted ourselves into a "No Fun Allowed" zone. Many of us will blame government regulators for all the silly rules and regulations, and certainly they will deserve a lot of the blame, but the people in the mirror will mostly be responsible. Take your vehicle, disable all the safety devices and gadgets, ignore all the suggested limits, violate maximums and minimums then run off the road into a tree, survive and then sue the company because the safety stuff didn't keep you safe.
Makes me wonder why IM went with different encryption on the ‘23 Challenger’s ECM? Was that move initiated by IM or Bosch?
Yep, at some point they will collect info of where we go and how fast. Later they can limit our speed or deactivate the engine if our carbon footprint is too large. It's all just starting.Welcome to the New World Order.
I know in the diesel world there have been individuals and companies that go into the ECM and physically disable the circuits that locks the tuning out. That requires people to send their ECM to them to perform the "operation". Not sure if that is possible with the new Bosch ECMs but it does beg the question if the older units can be adapted to be used on the newer bikes?Unfortunately, It was only a matter of time. Some of the new cars and trucks have an over the air update that allows the manufacturer to know instantly when you try and hack the ECM. There are some even smart enough to detect a performance mod and detune the motor to compensate. So it’s really only a matter of time before that trickles down to our machines.
That is part of the reason I went in and disabled the On Star on my Duramax. The manufacturer does not need to know what I am doing. Some look at this "integration" as a service to help keep them running with no issues, I tend to think there is a limit to how much others know what I am doing, they don't need to know for my vehicles to run correctly. I even go into my Iphone settings and limit access to the precise location settings for my apps. But that is just me. DeanUnfortunately, It was only a matter of time. Some of the new cars and trucks have an over the air update that allows the manufacturer to know instantly when you try and hack the ECM. There are some even smart enough to detect a performance mod and detune the motor to compensate. So it’s really only a matter of time before that trickles down to our machines.
The Indian stage 1 and 2 mods come with tunes.How can they offer stage 1 and 2 performance parts with out a tune
I thought the tune on a stage 2 is lloyds am I wrong it somes from polarisThe Indian stage 1 and 2 mods come with tunes.