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Hi all.
Following on from the conversation with DaveW on Bolt's thread about my Thor emulators I have been looking into this infamous F-Out box for the GEMS engine ECU.
I must admit, I didn't find a lot of information aside from the technical bulletin out there, but I thought I'd have a bash at replicating one.
I am pleased to say that after a few false starts I have successfully been able to reproduce said item so now the GEMS ECU no longer requires an emulator if running standalone or with a problematic BECM.
Demonstration of the outcome on my youtube channel, which I have linked to below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsoaaFrEzM0

Hope this may be of help to some.
Cheers.
Si

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That should be of great importance to us with GEMS P38’s. Thanks Si.

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That sounds great

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Hi Simon, GR8!

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Good work/deduction Simon, Cheers !

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davew wrote:

Good work/deduction Simon, Cheers !

Dave,
it was you that fired up the creativity, so thank you.

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I checked mine with Nano, and it was already set. Do you think this is as good as the Mobi-lize?

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If you check it and Nano says Security Set, it means it has received a valid signal from the BeCM, it's only when it says Unset (or No, can't remember) that you have a problem. However, if you have a Nanocom you can go into Security Learn (Inputs-Others) and cycle the ignition on and back off again. Security will change to Set.

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Thanks Richard. I’ve been meaning to order a Mobi-lize but I guess I don’t need to.