I thought some of the more technical (and even curious non techy!) guys on here may be interested to see my progress on the understanding of the Ferrari 360 Ignition Computers and how to adjust their internal programming to adapt to our own individual needs/desires. There are many applications of this including; 1. Stradale or Custom maps in a Modena (for example for more power) 2. Disabling Immobilizer (my original intention, now done and coming soon ! under extensive testing !) 3. Adjusting Exhaust Valve opening times 4. Disabling Secondary o2 sensors or temp probes 5. Swapping a CS firmware to work with a 6-speed manual (e.g. for manual conversions) 6. Larger CS AFM's in a Modena for more high rpm power 7. Larger TB's, etc. 8. Customized Throttle Sensitivity or Adjustible maps on the fly, Launch control, *insert your idea here*. You get the point. ...There are tonnes of reasons why this needs to be done! Now this has taken a serious amount of effort to get to this point. This isn't something that was off the shelf so I've had to custom develop all of the software from scratch. Also to make things more complex there are significant hurdles to changing even a single byte of code. There where literally tens of 'checksum's' embedded into the code to prevent tampering (or corruption of the rom images causing weird issues). Instead of disabling them I've had to write the software to re-calculate those sums (retaining them to keep the same level of security as it originally came with).