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    Default DucatiDiag for P8 ECU

    Here is the DucatiDiag OLD software which works on the P8. I haven't been able to find it on the web anymore so here it is! You need a VAG-COM KKL 409.1 ODBC interface and the fiat adapter to connect. Very useful to confirm ignition/injection system/sensors are operating properly. That's about it though. You'll need something else for any actual tuning. I've included the driver for the USB interface as well.
    Worked for me on XP.

    Thanks to our friend JP in France for all his generous work!
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    Thanks,

    Was looking for this for some time now and was thinking to create a diag software with a "data acquisition card" DAQ. This is by far more simple.


    Cheers

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    Hmmm? I don't think this version of dd does da?
    BUT IAWdiag apparently does! You can turn it on in Prefs/Extras and Voila! Data Aquisition!
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    Good day gents.
    Sorry to bug with this but I have a 748 and I need the Ducatidiag old software but cant seem to download it. Is there a possibility some one can assist?
    Im new to the BB but been browsing for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ml748 View Post
    Good day gents.
    Sorry to bug with this but I have a 748 and I need the Ducatidiag old software but cant seem to download it. Is there a possibility some one can assist?
    Im new to the BB but been browsing for a while.
    You need to be logged in to dl files, btw. I just ck'ed, the links are working.
    Better to use iawdiag imo. best of luck!

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    If there anything that can alter timing if required?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stafford View Post
    If there anything that can alter timing if required?
    Simple answer, Yes! Is it simple? Depends?

    You need an eprom burner. (About $50 on eBay)
    A Windows operating system running TunerPro software (free d/l)
    The .pdf file for your vehicle. (P8-P7/eprom specific.)
    Spare eproms/eeproms to burn or erase.
    An eprom puller so you dont bend the pins! (Optional)

    Guzzidiag website has a bunch of the .pdf files. Download the apropriate one for your bike's computer. Load it in Tuner Pro. Remove your eprom. Read and save the eprom as a .bin file. Open said .bin in TunerPro. You should be able to click on the various tables, view and edit them. Save your changes (rename) Burn new chip. Install. VOila!

    The newer bikes can be read/written to directly to the computer so you don't need the chip burner. Just the proper cables and the Guzzidiag reader/writer programs for your specific ICU. You still need the pdfs to open and edit the bin files and save your changes.

    Good luck and tune at your own risk!

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