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 'BURN2 Chip Programmer'  'BURN2 Chip Programmer'
USB Chip Programmer works with the AT29C256, 27SF512, and AM29F040 chips. Self-powered from the USB port, so no power adapter is needed! Burner can also be used to read stock GM memcals using the HDR1 adapter. While it will only program the three types of chips listed, please note that those three chips can be used as drop-in replacements for most EFI applications. Comes with stand-alone chip programming software (available for download). Also compatible with TunerPro RT. Will read most stock-style chips (2732A, 27C128/256/512/etc). Mini-USB cable is included.
 $68.00 - $85.00 
 'F3v2' Ford Memory Adapter  'F3v2' Ford Memory Adapter
This is the new version of the F3 chip module for pre-2005 EEC. Compatible with Jaybird and BURN2/FA with free 5.15.F firmware update. Supports 8-positions of 1/2/4-bank. Automatic PATS masking logic with manual jumpers for selective defeat. Full 256k read/write for scratchpad access.
 $50.00 - $75.00 
 'Jaybird' J3 Module Reader/Programmer  'Jaybird' J3 Module Reader/Programmer
This device, coupled with an F3 chip module, is all you will need to recalibrate Ford pre-2005. The Jaybird plugs into the mini-USB on one side and the F3 modules on the other. It takes the place of a chip burner and J3 port adapter (it IS a chip burner with native J3 interface). This device will NOT read stock ECUs, but you can usually download the binary from the internet. If you need to read stock ECUs, you'll still want to look at the BURN2+F2A+F2E. Comes with mini-USB cable.
 $65.00 - $75.00 
 C3 AMD AM29F040B Chip  C3 AMD AM29F040B Chip
MX 29F040PC-90 (DIP32 package) This monster can handle your multi-program binaries. Goes great with the G3 adapter. 4 megabit chip, can hold 16x 32k (730-type) or 8x 64k (95 TBI, etc) programs.
 $4.80 - $6.00 
 C4 AM29F040B-70JI PLCC32  C4 AM29F040B-70JI PLCC32
This is good as a replacement for the memory chips in the F3 adapters, or if you need a 4mbit chip for some other 32-PLCC application.
 $4.80 - $6.00 
 FA Ford Module Programming Adapter  FA Ford Module Programming Adapter
With this adapter, you will be able to use the Burn2 device to read and write your F3 Ford Memory Module directly! No need to remove the square chip from the module, this lets you read it through the edgecard connector. See the 'FE' for more functionality.
 $15.00 
 G1 Memory Adapter: TPI ETC.  G1 Memory Adapter: TPI ETC.
The G1 adapter bypasses your factory tuning, and lets you insert your own custom programmed chip without tearing up your stock memcal. Works with a wide range of GM chipped EFI applications, namely the 1986-1993 TPI & LT1 and the 94/95 TBI trucks.
 $28.00 - $35.00 
 G2 Memory Adapter: 0.45" Leg Spacing  G2 Memory Adapter: 0.45" Leg Spacing
Very rarely used! This is primarily ONLY used on the Grand Nationals. If you're not POSITIVE that you have the 0.45" spacing then get the 0.6" spacing. Allows use of new Flash chips in many GM TBI setups. If the original application accepted a 24-pin chip such as a 2732A, then this adapter will allow you to upgrade to new Flash chips such as the AT29C256 and 27SF512. Soldering required (see product web page).
 $30.00 
 G2 Memory Adapter: 0.60" Leg Spacing  G2 Memory Adapter: 0.60" Leg Spacing
Allows use of new Flash chips in many GM TBI setups. If the original application accepted a 24-pin chip such as a 2732A, then this adapter will allow you to upgrade to new Flash chips such as the AT29C256 and 27SF512. Soldering required (see product web page).
 $30.00 
 G2X TBI-Type Switching Adapter  G2X TBI-Type Switching Adapter
This allows the GM TBI users who use 2732A 24-pin chips as their stock application to use a 29C256 or 27SF512 chip to hold multiple programs! Must be used in combination with the EX remote switch available separately.
 $40.00 
 G4 Adapter for 94-95 stuff  G4 Adapter for 94-95 stuff
This is for GM memcal-to-chip adaptation where you have the little blue 'box' memcal that has the integrated knock sensing board. Those little puppies are a real pain to hack apart, and this adapter makes it MUCH easier. Typically used on ECMs like the 16183247 and that sort of thing (Grand Am, Grand Prix, etc). Chip (C2 27SF512) sold separately.
 $40.00 
 G5 Memory Adapter  G5 Memory Adapter
This is to replace those 'BLUE' chip modules in your 6.5L GM PCMs. This way you can just replace the blue piece instead of prying the old chip loose or messing with a UV eraser. An HDR5 is available separately if you want to read those stock chips (see product listings).
 $22.50 - $30.00 
 G6 Adapter for Commodore/Holden  G6 Adapter for Commodore/Holden
For many GM/Holden applications, this adapter will allow you to use the AM29F040 chip (C3) to contain your 128k calibrations. Up to 4 switchable programs with separate rotary switch and cable. Can also be used as an adapter to the Ostrich emulator. This unit REPLACES the stock memcal.
 $30.00 
 GP1 Package: GM Adapter with 2 chips  GP1 Package: GM Adapter with 2 chips
This package is very popular. It comes with two 27SF512 chips, an 'S2' ZIF socket, and a G1 adapter! This is everything you need for TPI/etc chip adaptation. If you want different chips or different socket, just purchase the pieces separately from the other items listed.
 $55.00 
 GX Switching Adapter for 28-Pin Sockets  GX Switching Adapter for 28-Pin Sockets
This adapter snaps right down into a 28-pin socket that usually accepts a 29C256 or 27SF512 and allows you to switch among 8 or 16 different programs! Requires the EX remote switch and a C3 AM29F040 chip.
 $32.00 - $40.00 
 HDR1 Memcal Header  HDR1 Memcal Header
Use this adapter to read the 'stock' binary from your TPI-style Memcal. Plugs into your 'stock' P4-style Memcals. Allows you to download your original 'factory' chip contents directly using a chip programmer/reader like the BURN1 or APU1. Very durable, and designed for repeated use.
 $10.00 
 HDR5 Diesel Pin Header  HDR5 Diesel Pin Header
This is basically an inverted G5 adapter. This piece allows you to 'read' or 'reprogram' (with appropriate chip programmer/eraser) those 'BLUE' chip modules from the GM 6.5L Diesel applications. A replacement chip adapter (G5) is available separately.
 $15.00 
 Nissan 2-Chip Adapter  Nissan 2-Chip Adapter
This adapter allows you to connect to a 2x20 IDC pin header in a Nissan ECU. It accepts two 27SF512 chips (available separately here as the C2 chips). Can also be used with two Ostriches for realtime capability. With this adapter, you program both chips with the same full code, no odd/even splitting needed.
 $40.00 - $50.00 
 S2 Aries 28-pin ZIF Socket  S2 Aries 28-pin ZIF Socket
Very durable 28-pin ZIF socket. With this socket installed, you'll be able to switch chips in and out of your G1 adapter or other application very quickly and easily! Heavy-duty construction, very good contact with pins. Great for emulation interfacing! For use with 29C256/27C128/27C256/27SF512/27C512 type systems. Package GP1 comes with this socket already. Goes well with a G2 adapter as well. This socket will not clearance some of the Honda ECUs, so we recommend the low profile S4 for those applications.
 $8.00 - $10.00 
 S3 Aries 32-pin ZIF Socket  S3 Aries 32-pin ZIF Socket
Strong 32-pin ZIF socket. Great for G3 switcher adapter. For use with 29F040 chips (primarily for switcher applications).
 $8.80 - $11.00 

Support Search Results for "chip adapter"


Categories: Getting Started, Troubleshooting     
A lot of the questions we get either via email or on the support line boil down to, “how do I program a chip?” You asked, we deliver!  This tutorial is going to picture the BURN2 but it applies equally to the BURN1 and APU1/AutoPROM as well. Step by step: Get out your burner and […]
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G2 G2 TBI-Style 2732-to-29C256 Adapter Installation Instructions:Here is a pictorial depiction of a G2 installation in a TBI-style ECM. It shows the following: 1) Disassembly and removal of stock socket body. – Take note of the ‘stock’ 2732A chip orientation. Your 2732A chip will probably be in a little plastic holder. – Try and overcome […]
Introduction If you’re completely new to burning chips, you may want to take a look at the Beginners’ Guide before reading the rest of this article.  You will probably still need to read this guide in order to choose the correct programming parameters unless you’re in the situation where you’re programming a chip that is the […]
Categories: GM - setups     
Introduction This is one of the first electronically-shifted transmission applications.  Some 1993 vehicles came equipped with 4L80E transmissions and 16147060 PCMs.  This is a P4 generation ECM which speaks ALDL at 8192 baud and have removable “memcals.”  This was a one-year PCM which was followed by the 16168625 / 16197427 in later years. Hardware for Tuning […]
Categories: Getting Started, GM, Troubleshooting     
Intro This is intended to provide a brief overview of the steps required to get up and running tuning an OBD1 GM vehicle.  It is deliberately vague.  Instead of providing an exhaustive guide here, there are a series of links to smaller tasks and explanations.  94-95 LT1 vehicles are going to be an exception not […]
Categories: Holden     
Introduction The 88-93 VR Commodores use the 1227808 ECM which is basically the same as a US 1227165 ECM that is limited by hardware to 160 Baud communications.  These ECMs have torque converter lockup control as required for a 700R4 or similar automatic transmission. Hardware Required for Tuning G1 Chip adapter and C2 27SF512 chip required to reprogram […]
Categories: Holden     
Introduction The 93-95 VR Commodores  use several different ECMs that fortunately use the same tools for tuning.  These ECMs feature electronically controlled automatic transmissions ( 4L60E ) as well as engine control. Hardware Required for Tuning G1 Chip adapter and C2 27SF512 chip required to reprogram ECM BURN2 Chip Programmer programs 27SF512 chips ALDU1 with CABL1 […]
Categories: GM - setups     
Introduction The 84-87 Grand National was a unique car available in limited production. These vehicles featured sequential injection, distributorless ignition systems and other groundbreaking features. A combination of unusual and off the shelf ECMs/electronic components make for some unique needs. These vehicles used two ECMs. 84-85 vehicles came equipped with the 1226459 and 86-87 vehicles […]
Categories: GM - setups     
Introduction The 1993 Camaro / Corvette LT1 PCM 16159278 is an oddball.  It was not used before or since.  The $DA2 mask was used in Y-body Corvettes and the $DA3 mask was used in F-body Camaro/Firebirds. Hardware for Tuning G1 Chip adapter and C2 27SF512 chip required to reprogram ECM BURN2 Chip Programmer programs 27SF512 chips […]
Categories: GM - setups     
Introduction Starting around 1992, GM started putting the newer electronically controlled 4L60E and 4L80E transmissions in their trucks.  Along with the electronically controlled transmissions came new ECMs that speak ALDL at 8192 baud and have removable “memcals” – 16197427, 16196395, 16156930, 16168625.  These ECMs are largely interchangeable – as a rule of thumb, any of the 4 […]
Categories: BMW - setups     
Introduction OBD1 BMWs are an example of how our products get used for applications that we never intended.  Loosely speaking, this range of ECU appears to be in the 1985-1995 range. Many of our tools are “generic” chip burning and emulation tools that target a type (or types) of EPROMs and will work with just […]
Categories: GM - setups     
Introduction The 86 throttle body injection (TBI) system was the beginning of GM’s transition from carburetors to fuel injection.  This is the first of the “classic” speed-density computers which featured a MAP sensor for airflow metering.  This fundamental airflow model was used largely unaltered in later designs.  P3 generation ECM, 160 baud ALDL communication, 24 […]
Categories: GM - setups     
Introduction The 91-93 Syclone trucks and Typhoon SUVs were a unique low-production vehicle that featured a powerful turbocharged 4.3L V6 engine.  They use the 1227749 ECM, which is most similar to the 1227730 used in the 90-92 TPI V8s.  These vehicles were equipped with a 2 bar MAP sensor from the factory along with hardware […]
Categories: GM - setups     
Introduction The 86-89 F and Y bodies were among the first EFI computers used by GM that featured a Mass Air Flow sensor (MAF) for air metering.  P4 generation ECM, 160 or 8192 baud ALDL communication (depends on code mask), “memcal” with 27C128 EPROM.  Many of these ECMs feature a cold-start injector.  They can drive […]
Categories: GM - setups     
Introduction The 90-92 Firebird and Camaro were the first of the P4 generation computers which featured a MAP sensor and speed-density for airflow metering.  These fundamental airflow models were used largely unaltered in later designs.  P4 generation ECM, 8192 baud ALDL communication, “memcal” with 27C256 EPROM. Hardware Required for Tuning G1 Chip adapter and C2 27SF512 chip […]
Categories: All Articles, General Info     
This page is being created so we have a place to keep track of all the people who are using our gear for various applications.  If you would like to be added or removed from here, please email support@moates.net or leave a comment.  Hit control-F to find keywords on this page as eventually we hope […]
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Ostrich Here’s how you install the Ostrich:  (Much of this will apply to the Ostrich 2 as well but pictures will be different.) 1) Get on the website here in the ‘software and drivers’ section and download and unzip the ‘USB Drivers’ file. Remember where you put it. 2) Plug the Ostrich into the USB […]
Categories: All Articles, GM     
Good Choices (simple) You have three choices for tuning forced induction on a TPI ECM (i.e. 7730). Not REALLY a good option, but a simple one: use stock code, hack it around to be ok at WOT by power enrichment tables.  This is ugly and only has a possibility of working for low boost setups.   […]
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94 and 95 were also kind of odd years for GM computers as they transitioned toward OBD2. There are several groups of ECMs. 94-95 LT1,LT4,LTx: These can be tuned via TunerCATS ( link ) with the $EE definition and an ALDU1+CABL1 (94 – square ALDL style connector) or ALDU1+CABL2 (95 “D” shape OBD2 connector).  These […]
(eventually this page will have more information) Basics When we talk about “OBD1” GM vehicles, we mean vehicles made from (approximately) 1986 to 1995.  These cars used several different types of engine controller – some have one injector for each cylinder (Tuned Port Injection, or TPI along with the LTx motors) while some have fewer […]
“I have a Ford.  What do I need to tune my car?” is an email we frequently receive.  Hopefully this page will provide some answers. We also often get asked, “Can I use your product to let me put _______ on my engine?” The answer to this is very simple: our products let you tune […]
Categories: All Articles, Troubleshooting     
Moates.net F.A.Q Last updated 2-03-06   GM tuning Frequently asked questions You can use the ALDU1 and CABL2 together for both datalogging and reprogramming. Just get you a free trial version of TTS DataMaster and then get you a copy of TunerCat with the proper definition. Do I need an adapter to get the chip […]
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Overview The G1 is an adapter that allows a chip or emulator to be plugged into OBD1 memcal based GM PCMs. The GP1 kit is a G1 chip adapter and two 27SF512 flash chips packaged together at a lower price. Compatibility The G1 is compatible with the following vehicles: 1986-1993 TPI & LT1 94-95 TBI […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
Categories: Ford - setups     
Introduction Some 94-95 Trucks (mostly F150) came equipped with a 4R70W automatic transmission.  Most of the heavier-duty trucks came with AOD-E transmissions and use incompatible ECMs.  These ECMs feature sequential fuel injection, a distributor for spark delivery, Mass-air flow (MAF) sensors for air metering and most importantly are set up to control a 4R70W electronically-controlled […]
Categories: Ford - setups     
Introduction 94-95 MAF Trucks are an interesting breed.  They feature sequential fuel injection, a distributor for spark delivery, Mass-air flow (MAF) sensors for air metering and most importantly are set up to control an E4OD electronically-controlled automatic transmission.  Aside from their original application, these ECMs are commonly used for speed density->MAF conversions on speed density […]
Categories: Honda     
Intro While it may look simple, getting the Honda logging cables we sell to work with CROME can be quite challenging.  This document aims to provide troubleshooting steps to ensure you get up and running.  Drivers and ports on your laptop, CROME settings, chip contents and ECU hardware all come into play.  “HULOG” and “Hondalog” […]
Introduction Emulation cables link our emulators to a target device.  The Ostrich, Ostrich2 and APU1 all use a similar style emulation cable.  The design of this cable has not changed in many years.  Four standard “shelf” cables are available: EMUC2818 is the standard cable supplied with the Ostrich, Ostrich2 and APU1 emulators.  It has a […]
Categories: Ford - setups     
Introduction 94-95 MAF Trucks are an interesting breed.  They feature sequential fuel injection, a distributor for spark delivery, Mass-air flow (MAF) sensors for air metering and most importantly are set up to control an E4OD electronically-controlled automatic transmission.  Aside from their original application, these ECMs are commonly used for speed density->MAF conversions on speed density […]
Categories: Ford - setups     
Introduction Early Fox Body Mustangs used a speed-density metering system from 1986-1988.  Uses TFI distributor, 8 injectors, speed-density metering.  This EEC-IV system isn’t as well-supported as the MAF cars that followed but tools are available. Hardware for Tuning QuarterHorse – integrated device brings unique functionality to the table.  It is a “chip on steroids” that allows you to make […]
Categories: Ford - setups     
Introduction These processors use EDIS coil packs backed by a 36-1 crank trigger wheel, sequential injection for up to 8 injectors, MAF air metering and an electronically controlled 4R70W 4 speed automatic transmission or Tremec 5 speed manual.  These mod motor ECMs speak the standard OBD2 which opens up options for logging using a standard […]
Categories: Ford - setups     
Introduction These processors use a TFI distributor, sequential injection for up to 8 injectors, MAF air metering and an electronically controlled AOD-E 4 speed automatic transmission or Tremec 5 speed manual.  This EEC-IV system became the blueprint for future Ford systems (EECV and beyond) for years to come.  The 94 Mustang with its CBAZA strategy […]
Categories: Ford - setups     
Introduction The Fox Body Mustang switched to using a Mass Air Flow meter to measure airflow in 1989.  Uses TFI distributor, sequential injection for up to 8 injectors, MAF air metering.  This EEC-IV system became the blueprint for future Ford systems (EECV and beyond) for years to come.  Initially hindered by a lack of datalogging […]
This article provides a full overview of options and procedures for Ford-based tuning solutions. Everything is discussed, including year/model coverage, hardware compatibility, software licensing, cost breakdown, and tuning strategies. Read through this evolving article if you’re interested in Ford EEC tuning.
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The ‘G3’ Switching Adapter (also: Using the ‘EX’ with the G3) Note: This product was updated in 2015.  The original documentation (which still applies) follows with a discussion of differences between the original and current hardware. For placing several different binaries on a single chip for GM applications, the G3 adapter is the hot ticket. […]
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HDR1 Instructions for using the ‘HDR1’ Memory Header The HDR1 memory adapter is primarily designed to download the existing code from a stock Memcal. It can be used for other things as well. For instance, if you want to use a UV eraser on your stock Memcal and then reprogram it without tearing stuff up, […]
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Versions This is the documentation for the Nissan Boards.  At this point, there are only one version of the boards, 1.1nm  As future revisions to the board are produced, this page will be updated. Applications These boards are designed for S13 and B13 applications.  They will NOT work with S14a ECUs that have a 20×2 […]
About Moates USB Products Almost all Moates.net products have a USB interface to connect to a computer. (ALDU1, HULOG, Hondalog, BURN1/2, Ostrich 1/2, Roadrunner, Quarterhorse, Jaybird) Fortunately, all Moates.net products with a USB interface use the same USB support chip so they can all use the same drivers. This makes it easy for you – […]
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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 […]
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Overview The F3 is a simple chip for EEC-based Ford ECUs allowing the stock program to be replaced with a tune of your choice. To install, simply clean with contacts of the EEC connector with carb cleaner and a wirebrush, and slide the module on. It is critical that the vehicle is fully off before […]
Categories: All Articles, Dataloggers, Honda     Products: ,
Overview The HuLog, HondaLog, and Xtreme HuLog are USB datalogging adapters that are used to datalog Honda ECUs. Functionally the devices are identical, however the HuLog/Xtreme HuLog come in ABS plastic enclosures for protection. Also, the Xtreme HuLog will retain its COM port assignment regardless of what USB port is used. Tips and Tricks To […]
Many Nissans can use our tools to reprogram their factory ECUs. Types of Nissan Computer Trivially chippable Nissans fall into several categories: 28 Pin EPROM (VG30DETT 300ZX Twin turbo, KA24E 240SX, RB26DETT R32 Skyline GTR, …) – If you see a 28 pin EPROM inside the ECU, this is your application.  Ostrich 2.0 works in […]
Summary Only certain Hondas can be tuned using our hardware. In short, these are any vehicles that run a B, D, H, or F (Accord) series engine with a distributor and can run an OBD I ECU. Whether they accept these ECUs natively or via an OBD II to OBD I or OBD0 to OBD […]
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The release of the Ostrich 2.0 was the marking point for the next generation of Moates products. Along with a 75% size reduction, the Ostrich 2.0 also boasts many firmware advances. The Ostrich 2.0 connects to the host computer with a baud rate of 921,600bps, which is the fastest bit rate supported by standard RS-232. […]

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