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#1 (permalink) Old 10-21-2009, 03:20 PM
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Is Calum working on B14 OBDII RT1 or RT2

Hi Calum,
Just wondering are you accepting ecus from B14 OBD2 to make them RT1 or RT2?

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I've got B14 RTv1 boards in stock. I'm rev'ing the B14 RTv2, probably have new boards in stock in about 4 weeks. I'm about 2 weeks behind on orders right now.

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Im interesed on any type of RT casue my project is N/A im not needing the RT2 analog inputs. But im not really sure which is the V0 one, do i need to be switching and burning eproms to use it or its just plug/play and setup in real time?

How should i proceed to ship you my ecu and you can send me back one RT so i can get rid of my current ecu problems?

What is the cost of this RTV0 you are talking about.

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Still waiting to hear from you calum.
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RTv1 does realtime tuning + consult adapter. It's basically an emultor + consult adapter using a single USB connection. RTv2 is a kitchen sink, details here-

http://calumsult.wikidot.com/

I've got RTv1 boards in stock but really want to just make RTv2 boards right now. I'm ordering new RTv2 boards and making some slight changes to the board design.
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Calum, whats the turnaround time for RTv1 to RTv2?

Also how would I know what revision of the PCB I have?
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I'm probably 3-4 weeks out from doing any B14 RTv2s.

PCB revisions are on the board, but all RTv2 boards are forwards compatible feature wise. The board revs now aren't changing features just adding protection to the AD ports and *knock on wood* converting the B14 to the same mini-USB jack style as the B13 RTv2 instead of the old permanently attached USB. That last is going to be tough, there's just so much crap crammed in the B14 case. B14 RTv2 are also a long way back on firmware from the B13 RTv2, we're aiming to have that up to date sometime this fall.
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I just sent you a PM Calum, please check it out and let me know once you have some time.
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Calum, whats the turnaround time for RTv1 to RTv2? Also how would I know what revision of the PCB I have?
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I'm probably 3-4 weeks out from doing any B14 RTv2s.

PCB revisions are on the board, but all RTv2 boards are forwards compatible feature wise. The board revs now aren't changing features just adding protection to the AD ports and *knock on wood* converting the B14 to the same mini-USB jack style as the B13 RTv2 instead of the old permanently attached USB. That last is going to be tough, there's just so much crap crammed in the B14 case. B14 RTv2 are also a long way back on firmware from the B13 RTv2, we're aiming to have that up to date sometime this fall.
Sorry I actually missed the title of the thread, I have a B13.
I have RTv1 with USB cable, with the AD ports de-popped, I don't think I really need the protection, but I could always solder a couple transorbs on. Do you supply the parts to upgrade independently?
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So are you accepting orders for the B14 RTv2 boards? I would love to get mine shipped off so I can get it back as soon as possible.
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No, sorry, not until December.
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Alright then, do you have any B14 realtime boards that you could ship for the end user to install? im assuming the majority of the time spent on these boards is on the install to the ecu.
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Ok then so in december (almost in 3 weeks) you will be accepting OBD-II B14 ecus for RTv1 or 2 right? im more interested on RTv1 or V0, but if not possible I will opt for the RTv2.

Can I ship you out my ecu the last week of this month so you will be getting it by the first week of Dec? im from Costa Rica so the expected delivery to your address is almost 10 days.

Can you please reach me by email to finalize the ecu shipment, i already send you a couple of emails last week.

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Please wait until I've done a run of boards.
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Alright then, do you have any B14 realtime boards that you could ship for the end user to install? im assuming the majority of the time spent on these boards is on the install to the ecu.
It's about split. I hand assemble the boards, it's time consuming.
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You about ready for some orders Calum? Where is the order form? I ccant seem to find it. Thanks

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I have a stock ser ecu i need you to upgrade for me so that I can use on gtir. How much and how fast can it be done
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