FLEX SlaveItem no.: 11F1000
- Cabling kit: FLX3.5 color coded wiring harness
- Adapter kit: 6 pcs set of pin adapters to FLX4.2
- FLEX Base Module
- FlexBox Module for FLEX
- Connection cable OBD: FLEX to CAN/Kline RED
- Connection cable OBD: FLEX to ENet GREEN
- Connection cable: USB 2.0 AM-BM BLK 1.8m
- Power Supply adapter 110-240V 14V 5A
- Connection cable: FlexBox port C to NEC 7F00 XX
- Connection cable: FlexBox port D to BDM MPC5xx
- FlexBox port E 40 pins adapter for FLX3.5
- Flex & FlexBox diagnostic adapter
- FLEX Branded Box
FLEX, a new solution by Magicmotorsport, has been released to replace the famous MAGPro x17. It is a modular solution which allows you to choose only the protocols you need.
For advanced and repairing jobs, use the Flexbox module to program your control unit in BDM, Bootloader, JTAG and AUD modes. The device detects eventual connection or communication errors thanks to the concept of its state-of-the -art design.
FLEX allows you to easily tune, reprogram, upgrade or modify the software of most control units directly through the OBD socket of the vehicle. An internet connection gives you access to all the potential that the tool offers you.
As the tool is still under development, not all the software modules are available at the moment.
All OBD and Bench protocols for ECUs are rounded up in this module. This module can use FLX2.10 or FLX2.11 cables (general purpose OBD and ENET cable). An increased programming speed compared to X17. Stability of protocol is even higher, which allows for safer writings even in less expensive working environments. In case of Master & Slave ECUs, Flex will automatically recognize the Slave ECU and write the same file loaded to the Master ECU to both – now there will be no reason to worry about remembering to write both ECUs manually!
The Flex TCU SW Package allow full read and full write of the TCU, including each of the memories stored inside the transmission control unit without any encryption. It just doesn’t require to open the control unit, while allowing exactly the same functions as a regular boot mode. Tuning, align, bypassing security and restoring backup are no issue at all. The different is the fact that files are non encrypted and that the speed has been generally been improved.
Furthermore, you do not need to make any ignition switch, as Flexbox will take care of it. Reading times have been tested from 2 to 3 minutes in total, depending on ECU model. Writing times depend on actual size of modification inside file, from few seconds to about 9 minutes.
The Flex BDM MPC5XX SW Package allows full read and full write of the ECU, including each of the memories stored inside the control unit without any encryption. In case of master and slave ECUs, both are supported.
This protocol is way faster than any other BDM tool on the market, especially since it has been designed for a fairly new hardware. Tuning, pairing and restoring backup are no issue at all, and can be done in few seconds. It will also be possible to read and write the shadow memories (content will be added to internal flash read), which comes useful when dealing with BMW ECUs.
Reading times have been tested around a minute in total, depending on the ECU model. Writing times do not depend on actual size of modification inside the file, as the tool is fast enough even without skipping sectors. Less than two minutes will be more than enough for a complete clone. If you are a previous owner of MAGP1.16 BDM MPC5xx plugin, this new protocol is totally free of charge. Also owners of previous BDM tools (MAGP1.11 and MAGP1.14) will receive it for free.
The Flex BL Nexus MPC5XXX SW Package allows to read and write all the memories in the ECU. An increased programming speed compared to X17 and the implementation of protocols for the latest generation of Marelli, Continental and many other brands.
All SW packages. The packages will be added to the tool as soon as they are released.
- ECU OBD + Bench (available)
- TCU OBD + Bench (available)
- Motorola MPC5xx (available)
- Nexus MPC5xxx (available)
- Renesas SH7xxxx (available)
- NEC 76F00xx (available)
- Infineon TC17xx (available)
- Siemens C165/166/167
The Renesas processors are usually found on Japanese-built control units and are quite common more on Japanese vehicles than on their Western counterparts. The most famous families are SH705x and SH725xx, which are widely used from 2005 to today. Denso is a ECU manufacturer that vastly uses Renesas processors. These OBD & bench protocols allow for full ECU access: both internal flash and internal EEPROM can be entirely read and written as a backup file for cloning and restoring purposes, and Flex allows to read and write maps directly, as well as calculate checksum for all the tuning enthusiasts. At the moment the special protocol seems to work on specific ECUs, but we are constantly expanding our technology and we are already looking for some extra unit to add to the list.
The Flex AUD for NEC 76F00xx SW Package allows full read and full write of the ECU, including each of the memories stored inside the control unit without any encryption. Other toolmakers may name this protocol as JTAG NEC 76F00xx.
This protocol is extremely fast and a very important assessment for everyone’s daily work, being focused on the biggest car seller of the world — Toyota group. Tuning, clone and restoring backup are no issue at all, and can be done shortly.
Reading times have been tested around a minute in total, depending on the ECU model. Writing times are also very short, less than two minutes in general. If you are a previous owner of MAGP1.2 or MAGP1.12 (X17), this new protocol is totally free of charge.
With the Full Bench MEDC17 Software package, you can now program a great deal of BOSCH MEDC17 controllers directly from the ECU connector without opening the unit. You will have complete backup reading even of the EEPROM without having to open the unit just in case you need to bring the ECU to original conditions.
This FLEX SW package allows work in Bootloader / Bench mode on all control units that mount C165/166/167 Siemens microprocessors. This family of microprocessors is generally supported by older generation ECUs like ME7 and EDC15.
This FLEX SW package allows work in Bootloader / Bench mode on control units that mount ST10F2xx microprocessors. This family of microprocessors is generally supported by Marelli in older generation models, such as IAW, and is often equipped with an internal Flash.
Soldering is no longer a hassle thanks to the 8 color coded pogo pin probes included in the kit that pinpoint the exact position you need to connect to and that can be firmly screwed into place.
Equipped with an extra-large under lit panel with 56 slots that can accommodate even the larger truck and heavy duty vehicle control units, this panel now includes a hinge at its base that allows max visibility of the control unit. Simply click and lift to expose your work area.
Additional pogo pens can be purchased separately in our shop for more complex jobs and this product is FLEX ready. It will be possible to upgrade your Universal MAGBench v3 to adapt to the functions offered by FLEX.
Universal MAGBench v3 (FLX1.8) - 1 pc.;
Adjustable pogo pin probe (FLX4.51) - 8 pcs.;
Power adapter (FLX4.53) - 1 pc.
MAGP0.3.23 It can be used to connect boot pads directly to MCU pads (for example the TC1793 used in FIAT MED17C69 or FIAT MED17.3.3)