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The Plan for Global Domination

"The Plan" is the (somewhat) facetious name for the concrete goals of the PGMFI project, as opposed to the ideological goals as expressed by the PGMFIGoal Statement.

First off, you must always remember all of your base are belong to us!!! :)

Please feel free to update the summaries as PGMFI is quickly growing to the point where I am not in touch with all developers on a regular basis. (sez blundar) Please keep the development status to one of: Complete, Active Work, In Progress, To Be Started.

Project One?: Quality ECU documentation must belong to us.

We cannot expect to make further progress without properly documenting what has already been accomplished. Gifted coders and novices just getting into cars suffer equally because of the lack of consistent, quality documentation. Instead of being able to catch up independently with tutorials, guides and progress charts, they frequently ask the same questions over and over again in the forums or via messenger services. It is unrealistic to expect newcomers to the site to not swamp the forums with beginners questions unless we provide quality reference and tutorial material. PGMFI has developed tools that have caught the interest of people that lack the background to intuitively use them. Many of the coders writing tools lack the perspective to adaquately document them. Also, dual/tri/multi-linguists are encouraged to try to translate any documentation / FAQs / etc. so that PGMFI's work can be more accessible to the non-English speaking world.

ProjectOne is essentially a neverending project, in the sense that all ECU development will require explanation and documentation in some form. %BR% %BR% %BR%

Project Two: 88-91 OBD0 MPFI ECUs must belong to us.

The PM6/7 family of ECUs was one of the original targets of development. Much has been accomplished already, and hopefully most of the remaining project goals will be achieved within the year.

Quick Status:

Goal Status Completion Notes
replace program Active Work 50% 90-91s use simple EPROM, 88-89 work in progress
modify stock parameters In Progress 75% Fuel, timing, rev, idle located and modifyable. PR4 remains.
boost support Active Work 50% GhD, Dual boost bins. Still have serious bugs
vtec control Active Work 50% Some code, hardware mods complete. alpha level
datalogging In Progress 75% ECUControl supported
realtime updates Active Work 80% RTP Board v0.1 works ok, solid code in place, simpler hardware approach under devel.
editor support Active Work   GhettoDyne, TurboEdit, BRE, OBD0Edit

Project Three?: 92-95 Civic + Integra ECUs must belong to us.

The 92-95 Civics and Integras are arguably one of the more mod-friendly ECUs Honda made. The hardware is understood fairly well, ans it is often possible to add or remove hardware features like vtec and auto tranny control from the ECUs. You can learn more about this family of ECU.

Quick Status:

Goal Status Completion Notes
replace program Completed 100%  
modify stock parameters In Progress 85% Fuel, timing, rev, idle located and modifyable. Many ROM options understood
boost support In Progress 75% Very good support for stock MAP in Crome+Uberdata
datalogging Active Work 75% ECUControl, CJBLogger, Cuddle
realtime updates Active Work 85% RTP Board v0.1 works well. Basic code support in place
editor support Active Work   Crome, Uberdata are the big two. Both pretty mature.

Project Four?: 89-91 Civic/CRX SiR + Integra XSi ECUs must belong to us.

Quick Status:

Goal Status Completion Notes
replace program Completed 100% simple 27C256 EPROM
modify stock parameters Active Work 65% Fuel, timing, revlocated and modifyable in some ROMs. Much understanding
boost support In Progress 70% BRE supports Boost
datalogging Active Work 50% ECUControl has limited support?
realtime updates In Progress 20% Ostrich support in BRE and TE
editor support Active Work   BRE seems best. TurboEdit has limited support.

Project Five?: Quality userspace tools must belong to us.

Quick Status:

Goal Status Completion Notes
ROM Editors Active Work 75% Several quality ROM editors available. Not all ECU platforms supported. Poor non-x86 PC support.
Datalogging Software In Progress 75% Several quality loggers available, most tailored to very specific code.
Realtime Tuning Software Active Work 25% Realtime support starting to appear in major ROM Editors as well as standalone apps
Handheld platform Tools In Progress ?? Palm, WinCE, Gameboy platform tools for datalogging and realtime updates
Open Source APIs/DLLs In Progress 25% API/DLLs for datalogging, realtime updates and editing ROMs. Software can use to interface with ECUs. Active on OBD0.
Platform-independent ROM Editor In Progress ?? Pj RE?: Development of a Java ROMeditor capable of editing multiple families of ECUs and running on (at a minimum) PC, Mac and Linux. Java Rom Editor?

Project Six?: Accord/Prelude ECUs must belong to us.

Quick Status:

Goal Status Completion Notes
replace program Complete 100% use simple 27C256 EPROM
modify stock parameters In Progress ? varies substantially according to bin
boost support To Be Started 0% potential to port some code from 92-95 Civic/Integra code
datalogging To Be Started 0% potential to port some code from 92-95 Civic/Integra code
realtime updates To Be Started    
editor support To Be Started   no public editors avail. Uberdata/Crome could potentially support via scripting

Project Seven?: OBD2A ECUs and OBD2B ECUs must belong to us.

Quick Status:

Goal Status Completion Notes
replace program Active Work ??? Didier Pelegri appears to have made much progress
modify stock parameters Active Work ??? development status unknown
boost support To Be Started 0% Potential to port OBD1 code???
datalogging Active Work ? ??? Didier Pelegri appears to have made much progress
realtime updates To Be Started    
editor support Active Work   Didier Pelegri appears to have made much progress

Project Eight?: "OBD3" K-series (and new D17???) ECUs must belong to us.

Quick Status:

Goal Status Completion Notes
replace program To Be Started 0% Awaiting scans of ECUs.
modify stock parameters To Be Started 0%  
boost support To Be Started 0%  
datalogging To Be Started 0%  
realtime updates To Be Started 0%  
editor support To Be Started 0%  

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