E6K software

E6K software

Postby shacal13 » Sun May 23, 2010 12:45 pm

i have e6k in my tubo 2 rx7. i downloaded the software from the downloads section but its saying that i need a different/later version. where can i get this from. the car runs but i need to look at the temps and make a few tweeks to the fuel map.

thanks for the help guys
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Re: E6K software

Postby vamian » Mon May 24, 2010 6:26 am

Here are 3 different versions of the e6k software see which one works for you.
download it from here:

http://rapidshare.com/files/390807775/e6k.rar
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Re: E6K software

Postby shacal13 » Tue May 25, 2010 4:47 pm

thank you very much i will try tommorow evening and let you know. again thank you very much
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Re: E6K software

Postby Claudio » Sun Jun 06, 2010 10:54 am

It may also mean you need older version too, some really old E6K's used older 6.09 software, this might also be the case. If 7.xx doesnt do it for you, let me know and ill post a link up.
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Re: E6K software

Postby nosandcoors » Thu Jul 08, 2010 4:33 am

I have a E6K that must need a leter version software. I have versions 6.09,and 6.34. When I try to go online it tells me I need a later version. I have seen post of people having a few different versions in the 7 series. How can I get the other versions? Im pulling my hair out with this. Thanks for any help
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Re: E6K software

Postby chrisadam » Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:41 pm

With the Haltech system installed, you tune it by connecting the ECU to an IBM compatible PC via the supplied communications cable. The Haltech Programming software allows you to configure and modify the ignition and fuelling data stored in the ECU: it’s as simple as adjusting the heights of the bar graphs displayed on your PC screen. Collectively, the bar graphs form the “Maps” that instruct the ECU how to inject fuel and when to fire the spark under different conditions. The programming software has been designed to be functional, “friendly” and intuitively easy to use.


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Re: E6K software

Postby shacal13 » Sat Oct 02, 2010 7:07 am

ok sorry its been a while and unfortunately i gave up for a while. i didnt have any luck with what was posted before.

ive used many systems in the past and this one is much different. my laptop is a compac with windows xp and i still cant get connected. i was told that i have to boot my computer in ms dos format??? never had to do this with any other system ive used. please confirm.

the cable i am using is a usb to serial cble as my laptop doesnt have a straight forward serial connection. the laptop is not new it is about 6 years old. i have pushed it to read from com one.

i bought the car with this set up so the cables and the original software werent with it. the car does run and is drivable but not under any serious boost conditions.

i would really like to use this system but if i cant get my laptop connected to it then i will have to pull it out and go with a different engine management system.
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Re: E6K software

Postby vamian » Sun Oct 03, 2010 6:36 am

HALTECH ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
DYNAPACK 2000
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Re: E6K software

Postby shacal13 » Tue Oct 05, 2010 2:38 am

i figured it all out thanks
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