ECU

Put simply, Engine Control Units (ECUs) are designed to

electronically control fuel injected internal combustion engines.

In its most basic form an ECU monitors the engine through sensors

and uses this information to determine the quantity of fuel to inject

and the timing of the ignition depending on engine speed (RPM) and

engine load conditions...

Put simply, Engine Control Units (ECUs) are designed to

electronically control fuel injected internal combustion engines.

In its most basic form an ECU monitors the engine through sensors

and uses this information to determine the quantity of fuel to inject

and the timing of the ignition depending on engine speed (RPM) and

engine load conditions. Typically, an ECU will use throttle position,

manifold absolute pressure (MAP) or mass air flow (MAF), or a

combination of these to calculate the load conditions.

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Subcategories

  • M1

    M1 - The next generation

    Advances in technology have increased the demands on a vehicle’s components,

    especially the ECU. This demand has reached the point where a single firmware

    to ECU configuration cannot meet the market’s ECU requirements (even with

    increased capacity and processor speed).

  • M1XX Series

    Put simply, Engine Control Units (ECUs) are designed to electronically control fuel injected internal

    combustion engines.

    In its most basic form an ECU monitors the engine through sensors and uses this information to

    determine the quantity of fuel to inject and the timing of the ignition depending on engine speed

    (RPM) and engine load conditions. Typically, an ECU will use throttle position, manifold absolute

    pressure (MAP) or mass air flow (MAF), or a combination of these to calculate the load conditions.
    Programmable ECUs

    All calibration and tuning parameters in a factory ECU are fixed by the manufacturer to suit the

  • OEM ECU'S

    MoTeC OEM Plug-In ECUs are fully programmable, direct replacements for factory

    ECUs on a select number of popular vehicle models. They control the latest automotive

    advances such as continuously variable camshaft timing and drive by wire throttle.

    Complete with an OEM connector, they simply plug into the factory wiring harness using the

    original sensors, ignition modules and fuel system. The units are built to operate with saturated

    drive fuel injectors.

  • M84 ECU'S

    The M84 is a versatile, race-bred ECU that is suitable for a broad range of high performance

    applications, including engines with up to 8 cylinders. It also suits rotary engines with twin,

    triple or quad rotors.

    This new, entry level ECU is based on the advanced technology in MoTeC's benchmark

    M800, with a package of features to suit more moderate system requirements.

    It includes on-board Wideband Lambda plus 512 kB of data logging memory as standard.

    Now with Nitrous Injection and 100 Hz max logging rate.

    Install it as a stand-alone ECU or as part of a complete motorsport-ready engine management

    and data acquisition solution.