I see some references to a thread by MJW but I can't seem to find the thread that indicates what adapter works. Does the Belkin F5U409 adapter with their driver on Vista work?
Got a source for that one.Inetjanitor said:From the land of tuning LT1s and LS1 on F-bodies (cages, yeah I know), I can tell you that there are a lot of issues with usb-serial adapters. The drivers usually suck, and if you interrupt communications during a flash, it can leave your ECM in a less than desirable condition. When we were flashing GM ECMs, we always used a laptop with a real serial port, or a PCMCIA serial adapter that has a real serial chipset, instead of emulating in software.
www.socketcom.com makes a nice PCMCIA, and now SIIG makes a nice ExpressCard/34 that I use on my thinkpad.
Yep,you musta missed that reading the manual:stilpoke:mnerren said:I was able to use my work notebook that is running XP and has a serial port to download the map into the ECM, when it was downloading it asked the question "Have you installed the 28 tooth front sprocket". I was programming a 2007 VRSCX which came with the 28 tooth front gear/sprocket from the factory, I went ahead and said yes, since it had it installed, was that the correct answer? I hope I didn't throw the speedo off or something. I know you guys know the answer. I can always do it again if I was wrong.
I agree with you mnerren. I also couldn't find the sprocket selection procedure documented in the latest software user manual or help file. If it's mentioned anywhere in these it's been pretty well hidden. The only place I found it mentioned was in an earlier pdf user manual for a 2004 SERT version when this "feature" was first included. In this pdf on a page titled "Updates for this version of software:", it mentions that: "Vrod calibrations will now accept the new 28 tooth Screamin’ Eagle sprocket kit." There is no other discussion that I could find.mnerren said:The documentation on the SERT disk isn't V-Rod specific, so I am having trouble finding this, are you sure it is in there?