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...

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

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