We’re Seeing Lots of Fake Chips! TLDR: If it seems too good to be true, it probably is too good to be true. If the seller is in China and the chips cost less than $3 each, they’re probably fake. Update March 2014: This is now totally out of control. Less than 10% of the […]
Requirements There are two products that we sell that can read the program in a factory ECM: BURN1/BURN2 with a F2A and F2E – This setup can be used to read ECMs on the bench. ECM does not need to be powered. QuarterHorse – This setup requires the ECM to be powered either by a […]
Overview The Jaybird is a USB based device used ONLY for loading tunes onto F3 adapters. It is designed to be the simplest and cheapest solution for programming J3 style Ford chips. It cannot program other chips. The Jaybird CANNOT READ STOCK ECMs!!! If you require this functionality, you need to get BURN2+F2A+F2E instead. Software […]
The Autoprom was the first Moates device. It is a combination Emulator, Chip Burner and Datalogger. Today you can buy these devices separately, however this package eliminates the need for 3 separate units. Compatibility As of writing this article, the only software known to be fully compatible with the Autoprom is TunerPro RT. TunerCat OBD1 […]
Download Flash & Burn here. Flash & Burn is a software package used with the Burn1 and Burn2 EEPROM burners, as well as the Autoprom (APU1). Note, many tuning software packages (like CROME and Hondata) can interface with these burners directly making this software not necessary.
The Burn2 has the same features as the Burn1, only smaller and more compact. The Burn2 is a revolutionary device that was designed with the automotive enthusiast in mind. it supports chips used in our products aimed at ECUs/ECMs from the late 80s and early 90s. The BURN2 can: WRITE SST 27SF512, ATMEL AT29C256 and […]
The Burn1 is a revolutionary device that was designed with the automotive enthusiast in mind. it supports chips used in our products aimed at ECUs/ECMs from the late 80s and early 90s. The BURN1 can: WRITE SST 27SF512, ATMEL AT29C256 and 29F040 chips. READ but NOT WRITE 2732A, 27C128, 27C256 chips (and most other 24/28 […]