Multiple tuning modes includingVolumetric Efficiency for accurate & easy tuning. Modular units now include fuel pressure in the VE tuning strategy, in additional to fuel temperature and exhaust manifold back pressure.
Not legal for street use in the United States; this product is intended to be used on track only vehicles.
This Modular PNP has the same basic I/O as the wiring M2000 unit, which is the following:
8 injector outputs – unused injector outputs can be low side drives for solenoids etc
8 ignition outputs – unused ignition outputs can be low side drives for relays et
4 push-pull aux outputs
All 20 are PWM capable.
1 dedicated low side output for either EFI relay or fuel pump on/off. On the plug and play we use this for the fuel pump relay
1 dedicated tacho output
22 outputs (compared to 15 on the Select).
This PNP unit has the following inputs:
2 internal 4-bar MAP sensors
2 external MAP inputs (you can read all 4 at once, unlike on the Select where you need to select either internal or external)
4 temperature inputs (coolant, air, fuel, oil- No SSI required like on the Select Models)
2 liquid pressure inputs (fuel and oil- No SSI required)
2 TPS inputs (although really you’d only use 1 – we include 2 so it can be pedal position on a drive by wire installation)
2 analog O2 sensor inputs
3 other 0-5V inputs (we normally use one for the oil metering feedback)
1 knock input( M6000 wire in model is required for dual knock input)
In addition to this the ECU also monitors battery voltage (obviously), the 5V sensor output voltage, internal temperature, sensor ground voltage (the ECU can switch this ground on or off, so you can use this to check for common ground loop problems). Please note this Nissan PNP is not waterproof, like the M2000(IP67 rated) ecu. The OEM Nissan wiring harness plugs are not waterproof.
1 CAN port
4 serial ports (2 in, 2 out)
Technical hardware specs:
2X 32B 120MHZ processors; 1 per control board, and 1 per big output module( each additional optional module has its own 32MB 120MHZ processor, so processor speeds never slow down with expansion)
On average the new Modular units are 2 to 3x faster than its current competitors latest offerings( before any additional modules, M6000 fully loaded is 3x faster than the fastest aftermarket ecu we are are of).