KTM Bench Features, Connection, Tips, Advantages

ECU Chip Tunning

Chinacardiags will tell you KTM Bench features, connection, using tips and advantages of no disassembling in this post.

Why choose KTM Bench ECU Tool:

1. No Limits of the car model and year. No Need disassemble ECUs Read and write Bosch ECUs (Infineon’s chips) incl. flash and eeprom.

  1. Less Risk to clone/copy ECUs. Able to modify data or do chip tuning to achieve superior performance.
  2. No token limitation. Can calculate Checksums.
  3. Much Cheaper, price is less than 1/10 of other tools with similar functions in the market.

How to connect KTM Bench to ECU and computer?

See the picture below:


Using Tips: 

Software installed computer cannot connect to Internet, cannot update. Or it may be locked. If locked, factory will charge unlock fee.

Do no have tokens restriction. Read and write an ECU in two ways: BOOT and Bench

To do ECU programming, you need to check the connection pictures according to ECU type first, then check the CPU chip of ECU. Select software menu to read and write ECU. All if 71 options No Need disassemble ECUs to connect boot cables. But need to connect GPT0 and GPT1 cables.

For example, if the ECU is edc17 c54, then the ECU CPU is tc1797. To connect it according to the connection pictures if you don’t want to disassemble the ECU. Remember to connect the GPT0 and GPT1.

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53 options need to disassemble ECU to connect boot data, you need to read pass first, then choose to read data.

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Advantages of No Disassembling

First, it is easy to operate. It just takes 5-10 minutes to finish data reading if you don’t need to disassemble ECU. To disassemble ECU depends on the skill and tools, usually it will takes more than 20 minutes. It is normal that you spend more than one hour and still cannot succeed or you may break the ECU shell when you are disassembling.

Second, after disassembling, you destroy the original ecu seal condition.

Third, you need to connect boot after disassembling.

Fourth, after you read out the data, you still need to reseal the ECU.