Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Lubbock, TX
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No, they need a totally different board. I don't know of anyone that makes a board for that ECU. I've got a K11 ECU and I could make a board for it, but I've never pursued it because-
-There are no K11s in the US, so it's hard for me to gauge what the demand actually is
-There are no US ECUs that have the same hardware architecture
-Shipping ECUs etc back and forth is slow internationally
-Just having a ROM board is a first step, developing programs is the next leap and...
-...that would be hard for me to do without actually being able to work on a K11
-I don't know how the immobiliser works on the later cars, or if there is something that needs to be done on the daughterboard side. I doubt it so this probably isn't an issue, but the immobiliser you guys got is different than what was sold in the US.
The bins I've looked at look very similar to a 94 USDM B13, but really it would take someone that knew what they were doing playing with a car to get things at a decent working shape.
Also the very late model ECU's dont have the supports for the daughterboard milled. This is kind of hard to explain without having seen it. This makes installing a board in those ECUs virtually impossible for most people unless you've got access to a mill (even a little table top one could mill the flats though, the aluminium is very soft).
Remove the top cover of your ECU and post a couple of nice hi-res pictures.