This application is the foundation of the EcmSpy software. Download and use this software to get access to all supported ECM types, either directly connected (using a data cable or a wireless Bluetooth adapter) or by opening and changing stored EEPROM files. EcmSpy allows you also to read and store runtime data, which can aid you in setting the various parameters.
Before installing the EcmSpy software you have to install the Mono runtime environment. The Mono runtime is available from the Mono download area. Please follow the installation instruction provided with the download.
When installing the EcmSpy software after the Mono Runtime Environment all required adjustment will take place by the setup program, otherwise you will have to adjust the Windows environment manually by adding the Mono destination folder to the PATH variable. Download the EcmSpy installer and double click the setup file. The installer will guide you through the setup procedure. The application's user guide can also be found in the menu at the left of this page.
(Previous versions of our Tuning Guide are no more available for download. We removed them because of too many discrepancies to the current version.)
Those prefering an offline editor to adjust EEPROM copies will find an excellent tool in Mark Mansur's TunerPro software. Originally used for car tuning is it applicable for editing purposes of EEPROM files also. Tables and lists will be shown as numbers or graphical views, and up to four different EEPROM files can be loaded into this software for comparison. This tool is strictly recommended to everyone, who needs full access to the data.
For watching and analyzing logfiles created by EcmSpy Phil Tobin's MegaLogViewer is the software of first choice. This application not only provides a view on the logs but also analyzes your fuel maps (if supplied with them)! And the current version supports especially Buells and EcmSpy. Follow the link to download this tremendous software: