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highwayblaze 15th February 2006 00:17

RE-Introducing
 
Hello everybody,
This is blaze, I've been on and off this forum for a long time, but none the less always done good publicity for the hottest forum's ever....team-bhp :)
But this last time I've been off its been so long that I think its time for a re-introduction. Anyway, I'm Bhupendra, I work as a Embedded Engineer for a diesel engine manufacturer in the US. I work mainly on engine ECM's or ECU's as most of us BHP'ians and car tuners call it.
I currently own :
My primary ride -: 2001 VW GOLF GTI (2800cc, V6, 200bhp), with a 5 speed manual transmission.

My Secondary ride -: 1991 Honda Prelude (2100cc, 4-cyl, 148bhp), with a 5-spd manual transmission.

My Motorcycle -: 1993 Suzuki Katana (600cc, 86bhp, 6-gears)

I've been desperate trying how to crack the ECU data-map for a VW and if any of you know about this please let me know.
I've been working on my VW lately, the first I've got installed on it is a vertical short shift lever, and following that is a mass air-flow intake by AEM.
Rest of the details in the modifications section.

Chill Pill
Blaze

revtech 15th February 2006 00:57

hey dude
welcome back !! im sure as always youll enjoy your stay !!



rev

Sid Schumacher 15th February 2006 10:17

Nice to see that you have returned.....have a great stay!

DCEite 15th February 2006 11:12

Nice to see you back blaze.... enjoy!!

turbofreak 15th February 2006 11:28

welcome once again to team bhp

Rehaan 16th February 2006 03:29

Welcome again highwayblaze, ;)

Threads Merged
I see why your first thread never got any replies...coz you were only the 15th member on TBHP! The good old days when seeing 2 people on the board at the same time was rare!

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I work as a Embedded Engineer for a diesel engine manufacturer in the US. I work mainly on engine ECM's or ECU's as most of us BHP'ians and car tuners call it
So how about a little write up in "Technical Stuff" about how exactly you go about your business, with some screenshots of the software you, the data that is dealt with etc etc ? That would really be great.

cya
R

supremeBaleno 17th February 2006 18:17

welcome again to team-bhp, buddy.


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