*** BACK ORDER NOTICE ***: Please note that some items are back ordered currently. We get new parts in every 2-3 weeks, but they are first given to existing back orders in our system. Recently, this has left us with no left overs and a seemingly perpetual back order status. The point being, if you want to get first priority, you should probably not wait for the back order to clear. You should go ahead and place the order and then we'll notify you automatically when the parts are in.
Basics: If you have a non-EPROM 2G (1995-1997) DSM ECU and would like to have that ECU converted to an EPROM model, we can do it! We have engineered our own boards for this and do the work ourselves here at the shop. You can expect the same professional results as with everything else we do.
To get an idea of what's involved in this conversion process, hop over to our non-EPROM conversion page on the wiki for a step-by-step overview. That page explains the process for a 1G ECU, but you'll get the idea. The 2G process is more complicated only because the processor pins are so tightly spaced (MUCH, MUCH harder to work with than the 1G processor). But the basic procedure is the same.
Discount:If you're going to buy an ECMLink package at the same time, please note that there is a discounted price for this conversion listed on the ECMLink package page in the Socket/conversion option near the bottom.
Ordering process: You will place this order first, then ship us the ECU along with a printed copy of this order. We'll look it over, do the work, and return the ECU using whichever shipping method you chose with this order. That means the shipping method you choose with this order is the method we'll use to ship the ECU back to you!
Shipping to us: The shipping ad
dress where you will send your ECU can be found on our contacts page. Please be sure to include a copy of this order in your package with the ECU!