Adaptronic Modular Rx7 PNP ecu is based upon theM2000, but with an Rx7 specific connector that allows you to plug the unit right into your OEM wiring harness. This unit can be installed in under 20 minutes. This unit has the following features;
Advanced Fuel Film Model
Modular ECU design; Ability to internally add modules to expand hardware without buying a complete new ecu.
Built in Oscilloscope; to aid in external hardware & wiring faults etc
Built in Simulatorto test ecu logic & input/outputs without engine running
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.
Full Sequential Fuel & Ignition Control- Direct fire capable( 4 individual coils on a 2 rotor, up to 8 total-will run a 20B properly), and Individual Rotor Injector Trim( individual control up to 8 injectors)
OMP & Stock Sequential Twin Turbo Control
2x Internal 4 bar MAP sensorfor engines running as high as40 psi of boost( 4 total supported, 2 internal, and 2 external).
Advanced Engine Protection Features- definable rev limiters for engine lean out, low oil, fuel or auxiliary pressures, etc.
Traction & Launch Controlconfiguration( Traction control requires traction control module upgrade at additional cost)
Integrated 3.5mm headphone jack for real-time listening to knock
This unit has the same inputs and outputs as the M2000, with the following exceptions:
This PNP(plug and play) has a few complementary outputs, so the OMP for example has 4 wires, but 2 of them are always the inverse of the other 2, so you can do it with only using 2 outputs – whereas you’d need 4 outputs on the wire-in models(m2000/m6000).
The Factory ECU has more pins (76 vs 60), so the plug and play has more opportunity to be upgraded (you can fit 2 mini expansion modules instead of 1).
The Rx7 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 the FD PNP is not waterproof, like the M2000(IP67 rated) ecu. The OEM FD wiring harness plug is 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) Series 4 Rx7 PNP comes with an additional connector for all the extra features( female connector and pins included). The OEM connector does not have enough pins to support all the additional features. It hashas space for 2 additional modules to be added.( 4X 32MB 120MHZ processors) Series 5 & 6 Rx7 PNP has space for 2 additional modules to be added.( 4X 32MB 120MHZ processors) Series 8 Rx7 PNP has space for 2 additional modules, and 1 large module. ( 5X 32MB 120MHZ processors)
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).