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    MAP ECU 2 - Januar 2007 | Forum

    Topic location: Forum home » Supra MK4 » Tuning
    Sieht aus wie das alte neu angepinselt, hat aber schöne neue Funktionien


    Manifold Absolute Pressure Electronic Control Unit 2

    The MAP-ECU2 (Manifold Absolute Pressure Electronic Control Unit) is a major functional upgrade over the MAP-ECU with the following additional features:
    • Full Timing advance and retard control of up to eight (:sunglasses: channels for Distributor, Group Fire or Coil On Plug configurations using a 20 x 19 (380 zone) table.
    • Auxiliary Injector control using a 20 x 19 (380 zone) table.
    • OEM O2 Sensor Adjust 26 x 19 (494 zone) table allowing control over Air/Fuel ratios, even in Closed-loop mode.
    • Expanded RPM scale now up to 10,000 RPM.
    • Two (2) complete sets of Fuel, Timing, Auxiliary Injector, O2 Adjust and EBC tables selectable using a dashboard mounted switch.
    • Electronic Boost Control with 1000 RPM target boost points.
    • Launch Control
    • Fuel Cut Defender
    • Speed Cut Defender
    • Built-in 35PSI MAP Sensor
    • External MAP Sensor option
    • User selectable pressure scale configurations

    The MAP-ECU2 kit includes: MAP-ECU2, Main 16-Way harness, 18-Way Timing Harness, PC CDROM software, 2 metre serial cable, Inlet Air Temp (IAT) sensor and manual in PDF format.

    The MAP-ECU(2) works on most Domestic and Imports, e.g. Alfa Romeo, BMW, Porsche, Toyota, Lexus, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Infinity, Honda, Acura, Subaru, Mazda, Proton, Hyundai and most other late model fuel injected vehicles using most major types of air metering systems (Hotwire, Flap, and Karman-Vortex) found in use today. It can be installed on any 1-10 cylinder engine in less than an hour, and completely replaces the restrictive factory air meter. 'No special fitting kits or special adaptors are required'
    • More horsepower and torque by removal of the restrictive factory air meter and control over timing.
    • The ability to use the stock ECM to control larger fuel injectors and/or performance upgrades.
    • Alter OEM Air/Fuel ratios, even in Closed-Loop mode, for improved gas mileage or power.
    • Retains the daily driveability of the stock ECM which is usually sacrificed with a full aftermarket engine management upgrade.
    • Real-time tuning using Window™ based MAP-CAL2 software supplied with the unit.
    • High-resolution 494 point Fuel table (0-10,000 RPM and -10 to +35 PSI) allows fine tuning for performance and driveability.
    • Ability to run different fuels or performance levels using two (2) completely independent Fuel, Timing, O2 Adjust, Auxiliary Injector and Boost Control tables switchable on-the-fly.
    • Built-in display and logging of key engine parameters such as RPM, Throttle Position, Boost Pressure, Airflow, Timing Adjust, Auxiliary Injector Duty, Boost Control Duty.
    • On-board support for display and logging of popular aftermarket wideband Lambda sensors/controllers.
    • On-board programmable NOS window activation switch can also be used to turn on other accessories at set RPM/PSI points.
    • Faster and stronger boost with the on-board programmable Electronic Boost Control (EBC) using solenoid control of the wastegate.
    • Fast and repeatable launches using the on-board programmable Launch Control.
    • Removal of factory Fuel and Speed Cuts using the on-board programmable Fuel Cut Defender and Speed Cut Defender.
    • Compensate for wheel size or gearing changes with the on-board programmable Speed Adjust.
    • Drive a Shift Light or alter VTEC™ point with the on-board programmable RPM Switch.
    • Single unit can be used for Naturally Aspirated or forced induction applications with user selectable pressure scale configuration.
    • Simple upgrade from MAP-ECU using the same 16-Way harness and ability to import and convert V2.1 and V2.2 Fuel tables.
    • Simple piggy-back installation only requires 7 wires to operate with no major re-wiring of OEM components.
    aber keine Möglichkeit den Drehzahbegrenzer auszutricksen. *wiederinsregalstell*
    ECU einschicken und Drehzahlbegrenzer auf 8000 stellen lassen. :grinning:
    Gruß Andi
    Original geschrieben von: Andi
    ECU einschicken und Drehzahlbegrenzer auf 8000 stellen lassen. :grinning:
    Gruß Andi

    Jibbet das auch für 50 Taler ?
    Nein, wohl eher das 20ig fache.
    ergo -
    Bleibt im Regal.
    Endlich eine Alternative zum E-Manage :blush: und es kann jetzt auch Zündung :blush: Finde ich ganz geil :blush:


    und kostet?

    denn die Frage ist, ob´s nicht eh schon fast so teuer ist, wie eine AEM, oder ähnliches.....
    700 wars glaub ich.

    Also noch ein gutes Stück von AEM und Zündverstärker entfernt.
    Original geschrieben von: Dexter
    700 wars glaub ich.

    Also noch ein gutes Stück von AEM und Zündverstärker entfernt.

    Ja, das ist wahr.......also ist der Preis mal ein Argument!
    Scheint somit ne ganz nette Alternative zu sein......

    Ich bleib trotzdem Standallone-Fan :grinning:
    Da ich mit der MAp ECU 1 sehr zufrieden bin denke ich jetzt aber echt mal scharf über das Teil nach bevor ich mir ein AEM EMS hol.. Nur die Klopfsensoren sollt man noch auslesen können :rolleyes:
    Ich war auch mit dem MAP ECU 1 sehr zufrieden, aber egal ob MAP ECU 2 oder was auch immer.

    AEM ist AEM und Standaloine ist Standalone :blush: Kein Kabelwirrwarr, keine kalte Lötstellen, kein Kabelbruch, keine Kontaktstellenschwachpunkte und dann noch die ganzen Vorteile die das AEM bietet, sind Ihrern Preis auf jeden Fall gerecht. I love it...

    Nicht desto trotz ist das MAP ECU ein gutes Piggyback und das MAP 2 sicher noch besser und hoffentlich einfacher als der Ultimate :blush: und Besser....

    Ich war vom 1ser auch zufrieden.