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14CUX - Roverguage Software #688119
10/02/21 09:35 PM
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I was wondering if anyone has used the Roverguage and Protune software to fine tune the 14CUX ECU? I have the LED readout for the fault codes on my 1994 +8 14CUX but have never attempted to obtain a more detailed readout or make any adjustments. Thanks.


Bruce
1964 4/4 Series V Comp (Megan)
1994 +8 (Maurice)
2013 M3W (Olga)
Re: 14CUX - Roverguage Software [Re: britmog] #688151
11/02/21 08:16 AM
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Bruce

I think the "official" Rover software was called "Rovercom" , most Morgan dealers over here had a copy as did many Land Rover dealers of course.

From memory it was quite expensive, but I am not sure of it's functionality.

I think that David Poole was the expert on your side of the pond, but i haven't heard from him in a long while.


Andy G
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Re: 14CUX - Roverguage Software [Re: MOG 615] #688155
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Originally Posted by MOG 615

I think the "official" Rover software was called "Rovercom"


<pedant> Rovacom </pedant>

There's an aftermarket alternative called Nanocom, available from https://blackbox-solutions.com/shop, but I'm not certain whether it covers 14CUX. Very affordable compared to Rovacom.


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Re: 14CUX - Roverguage Software [Re: Hamwich] #688157
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Beat me to it on the "pedant" bit Tim grin2


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Re: 14CUX - Roverguage Software [Re: britmog] #688168
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Interesting Tim

Consider myself "pendanted"

Looking at the Black Box website on Nanocom it appears to work via an OBDII port , I know the GEMS cars are compatible with this , but I may be wrong (I frequently am these days) but I think the 14CUX and previous systems were not OBDII.


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Re: 14CUX - Roverguage Software [Re: britmog] #688173
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I have used the Roverguage software to extract a ROM image. Then I have modified the contents and blown a new ROM. I was only changing some of the diagnostic code as I wanted to enable the MIL light (also need to amend wiring). I have steered clear of amending fueling as I spent a few years getting an Omex fuel map correct and have the badge, and scars. I do have an early version of a Blackbox MSV which will talk to the 14CUX, the immobiliser, and also the GEMs, only downside was the price. Best place for info is Piston Heads - Gassing Station - TVR group.


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Re: 14CUX - Roverguage Software [Re: britmog] #688183
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Re: 14CUX - Roverguage Software [Re: britmog] #688215
11/02/21 02:53 PM
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Gentlemen: Thank you, someone offered me the connecting cable and instructions for the Roverguage software so I was wondering whether it was worth going there.

Teknome: thank you for the link that is very useful.


Bruce
1964 4/4 Series V Comp (Megan)
1994 +8 (Maurice)
2013 M3W (Olga)

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