M400/600/800 ECU

 

The MoTeC M400/600/800 offers the next generation in Engine Management Systems (ECU). This system has been developed through rigorous research and practical field testing. The M400/600/800 retains all of the best features of the previous ECUs, while offering a combination of unsurpassed power and flexibility.

Smaller

Faster

Better

Inputs

Outputs

Note: Any unused injector or ignition drivers may be used as additional auxiliary outputs (M800 Only)

M400/600/800 Upgrades

The ECU has various options which are field upgradable using a password enabling system. Upgrade options include:-

Logging
Gives you access to continuous recording of the operating parameters of the engine including diagnostic features.

Pro Logging
Enables advanced data analysis with multiple Graph Overlays, XY Plots, Maths Functions, Virtual Instrument Display and Track Mapping.

Wideband Lambda
Allows the use of NTK UEGO or Bosch LSU wideband lambda sensors to be hooked directly to the ECUs without the need of additional components.

Advanced Functions
This provides traction control, boost enhancement (anti-lag), gear change ignition cut, pit lane speed limit and greater configurability.

Telemetry
Enables transmission of data from the M800, whilst in operation, to another point (e.g. the pits) in real time.

 

Note:
These ECUs can easily be installed into most vehicles using a Plug N Play adaptor harness without any modifications to the existing wiring loom. Click here to see an example of the harness.

 

Please click here for a PDF file of the MoTeC M800 ECU however you would need to install the Adobe Acrobat Reader first

Please click here for a PDF file of the MoTeC M600 ECU (this file only shows the specifications, the rest would be similar to the M800)

Please click here for a PDF file of the MoTeC M400 ECU (this file only shows the specifications, the rest would be similar to the M800)

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