August 2017 | Link Engine ManagementLink Engine Management

Winning Weekend!

This weekend was a busy one for our sponsored drivers, with a mixture of drag racing, drift and demonstrations at various shows.

Of course it goes without saying that our LinkECU​ sponsored drivers have had a stunning winning weekend.

First up Nikki Hepburn from Boosted86 Racing won the Brisbane Jamboree 2017 Pro Turbo.

The Boosted86 car is an impressive machine running a 1FZ-DE and a Link Thunder ECU.
Nikki ran 4 x 7.0 passes and her last pass was 7.081 at 207mph!

Well done Nikki and the Boosted86 team!

Next up is Camo Mote Drift.

Camo took out the round 3 win at the Hi-Tech drift Allstars Series over the weekend at Winton Motor Raceway in Victoria, Australia.

Nice work Camo!

Shifting Hemispheres to the British Drift Championship. Jack Shanahan winning round four of the BDC 2017 with his brother Conor Shanahan taking second place on the podium.
The Shanahan family also taking home the round 4 Constructors trophy too!

Awesome work Shanahan Family!

Well done to all of our drivers and we here at LinkECU are absolutely thrilled over your successes!

Supporting Future Generations

The Manukau Institute of Technology runs a year long Certificate in Motorsport for absolute beginners, a handful of these students are given the shell of a Honda car and over the course of the year learn all the necessary skills to transform it into a fully kitted out, race ready Honda Civic.

Link Engine Management and Possum Bourne Motorsport are proud supporters of the future of motor racing and engine tuning. Both companies have teamed up to provide the technology and training support to these newcomers to the industry. Julius Bloem, General Manager of Possum Bourne Motorsport says that it is “important to invest in the future of the industry and by offering up our dyno and expertise the students get a great understanding of EFI and basic tuning concepts.”

Their current Honda project is powered by a stock B16A with only headers and intake. It made a maximum of 100HP at the wheels on the factory ECU, once tuned using a Link ECU we managed to get a massive 40% power increase to 140HP at the wheels. With Possum Bourne Motorsport’s guidance and the LinkECU help functions – it was completely installed and configured by the MIT students.

MIT Students and Possum Bourne Motorsport

G4+ CivicLink LinkECU

LinkECU Marketing Manager Rob Wiley says “LinkECU have always been committed to the future of motorsport through various tertiary programs including Formula SAE. When Possum Bourne Motorsport came to us with this well-thought out idea, we immediately asked what we could do to help. The hands on training the students will receive is an excellent pathway into the motorsport industry and for us to be involved was a no brainer really.”

After the course is finished a lot of these students make it through to racecar and performance shops for employment, with Possum Bourne Motorsport even taking on apprentices.
LinkECU is proud to support the students with a complete Engine Management System to help them learn with the latest in Engine Management Technology.

 

Queen Racing Polaris RZR

UTV racing has been going from strength to strength worldwide.
Nowhere more so than in the USA, with regular race meetings and knock-out championships.

UTV stands for Utility Task Vehicle or Utility Terrain Vehicle and these vehicles are lightweight, fast and pack a mean acceleration (and adrenaline) punch.

The prime vehicle of choice is the Polaris RZR for it’s adaptability not to mention its tune-ability.
There is none more enthusiastic about UTV racing than our very own LinkECU dealer, Queens Racing.

Polaris RZR Turbo


This amazing ​RZR was 100% built in house at Queen Racing​ by​ Mark Queen.
​The machine only has a ​925cc​ ​turbo engine and weighs in at a mere 1460LBS (662kg), ​but Mark has tuned his RZR running a Link Fury to produce 260​hp​ @ 24PSI!

2017 Polaris RZR Turbo

The Polaris RZR in action!

Queens Racing Polaris RZR

Thanks to Mark for the fantastic images of his beast in action and we look forward to seeing more of this amazing machine.

2017 CRC Speedshow

On July 22 and 23 Link Engine Management attended New Zealand’s ultimate automotive playground, the CRC Speedshow in Auckland, New Zealand.
The CRC Speedshow showcases the finest, fastest and coolest new cars, race cars, classics cars, motor sport celebrities, wild hot rods, muscle cars and custom creations from around New Zealand and the world.

The LinkECU stand looked the business fitted out with custom made banners, flags and promotional collateral along with displaying the current G4+ range of ECUs and accessories. Topping off the stand were Damian Orr Racing’s 1UZ Super Stock and Dylan Woolhouse Drift Motorsport’s LS2 supercharged V8 FD RX7.

“We were very happy with how the stand looked and delighted to hear positive feedback from show attendees about how eye-catching and professional our stand looked” said LinkECU Marketing Manager Rob Wiley, “it always helps when you have the opportunity to display such high quality cars on the stand, we would like to thank Damian and Dylan for joining us for the weekend” Wiley continued.

RX7 at LinkECU Speedshow Stand

The LinkECU stand was a flurry of activity all weekend, with people checking out the cars, viewing the Link G4+ range, grabbing posters and catalogues, and taking the opportunity to interact with our experienced sales team.

LinkECU CRC Speedshow 2017

“The great thing about shows like the CRC Speedshow is the ability to interact directly with our community, whether it is being able to answer their in-depth questions, hearing about the amazing builds they are undertaking, or receiving the awesome feedback they provide on our products” said Drew Harpur from LinkECU’s sales team.

Thanks to the CRC Speedshow for having us this year and we look forward to attending again in 2018. Keep an eye on our Website and Facebook page to see when LinkECU will be coming to a show near you.

Winning Weekend!

This weekend was a busy one for our sponsored drivers, with a mixture of drag racing, drift and demonstrations at various shows.

Of course it goes without saying that our LinkECU​ sponsored drivers have had a stunning winning weekend.

First up Nikki Hepburn from Boosted86 Racing won the Brisbane Jamboree 2017 Pro Turbo.

The Boosted86 car is an impressive machine running a 1FZ-DE and a Link Thunder ECU.
Nikki ran 4 x 7.0 passes and her last pass was 7.081 at 207mph!

Well done Nikki and the Boosted86 team!

Next up is Camo Mote Drift.

Camo took out the round 3 win at the Hi-Tech drift Allstars Series over the weekend at Winton Motor Raceway in Victoria, Australia.

Nice work Camo!

Shifting Hemispheres to the British Drift Championship. Jack Shanahan winning round four of the BDC 2017 with his brother Conor Shanahan taking second place on the podium.
The Shanahan family also taking home the round 4 Constructors trophy too!

Awesome work Shanahan Family!

Well done to all of our drivers and we here at LinkECU are absolutely thrilled over your successes!

Supporting Future Generations

The Manukau Institute of Technology runs a year long Certificate in Motorsport for absolute beginners, a handful of these students are given the shell of a Honda car and over the course of the year learn all the necessary skills to transform it into a fully kitted out, race ready Honda Civic.

Link Engine Management and Possum Bourne Motorsport are proud supporters of the future of motor racing and engine tuning. Both companies have teamed up to provide the technology and training support to these newcomers to the industry. Julius Bloem, General Manager of Possum Bourne Motorsport says that it is “important to invest in the future of the industry and by offering up our dyno and expertise the students get a great understanding of EFI and basic tuning concepts.”

Their current Honda project is powered by a stock B16A with only headers and intake. It made a maximum of 100HP at the wheels on the factory ECU, once tuned using a Link ECU we managed to get a massive 40% power increase to 140HP at the wheels. With Possum Bourne Motorsport’s guidance and the LinkECU help functions – it was completely installed and configured by the MIT students.

MIT Students and Possum Bourne Motorsport

G4+ CivicLink LinkECU

LinkECU Marketing Manager Rob Wiley says “LinkECU have always been committed to the future of motorsport through various tertiary programs including Formula SAE. When Possum Bourne Motorsport came to us with this well-thought out idea, we immediately asked what we could do to help. The hands on training the students will receive is an excellent pathway into the motorsport industry and for us to be involved was a no brainer really.”

After the course is finished a lot of these students make it through to racecar and performance shops for employment, with Possum Bourne Motorsport even taking on apprentices.
LinkECU is proud to support the students with a complete Engine Management System to help them learn with the latest in Engine Management Technology.

 

Queen Racing Polaris RZR

UTV racing has been going from strength to strength worldwide.
Nowhere more so than in the USA, with regular race meetings and knock-out championships.

UTV stands for Utility Task Vehicle or Utility Terrain Vehicle and these vehicles are lightweight, fast and pack a mean acceleration (and adrenaline) punch.

The prime vehicle of choice is the Polaris RZR for it’s adaptability not to mention its tune-ability.
There is none more enthusiastic about UTV racing than our very own LinkECU dealer, Queens Racing.

Polaris RZR Turbo


This amazing ​RZR was 100% built in house at Queen Racing​ by​ Mark Queen.
​The machine only has a ​925cc​ ​turbo engine and weighs in at a mere 1460LBS (662kg), ​but Mark has tuned his RZR running a Link Fury to produce 260​hp​ @ 24PSI!

2017 Polaris RZR Turbo

The Polaris RZR in action!

Queens Racing Polaris RZR

Thanks to Mark for the fantastic images of his beast in action and we look forward to seeing more of this amazing machine.

2017 CRC Speedshow

On July 22 and 23 Link Engine Management attended New Zealand’s ultimate automotive playground, the CRC Speedshow in Auckland, New Zealand.
The CRC Speedshow showcases the finest, fastest and coolest new cars, race cars, classics cars, motor sport celebrities, wild hot rods, muscle cars and custom creations from around New Zealand and the world.

The LinkECU stand looked the business fitted out with custom made banners, flags and promotional collateral along with displaying the current G4+ range of ECUs and accessories. Topping off the stand were Damian Orr Racing’s 1UZ Super Stock and Dylan Woolhouse Drift Motorsport’s LS2 supercharged V8 FD RX7.

“We were very happy with how the stand looked and delighted to hear positive feedback from show attendees about how eye-catching and professional our stand looked” said LinkECU Marketing Manager Rob Wiley, “it always helps when you have the opportunity to display such high quality cars on the stand, we would like to thank Damian and Dylan for joining us for the weekend” Wiley continued.

RX7 at LinkECU Speedshow Stand

The LinkECU stand was a flurry of activity all weekend, with people checking out the cars, viewing the Link G4+ range, grabbing posters and catalogues, and taking the opportunity to interact with our experienced sales team.

LinkECU CRC Speedshow 2017

“The great thing about shows like the CRC Speedshow is the ability to interact directly with our community, whether it is being able to answer their in-depth questions, hearing about the amazing builds they are undertaking, or receiving the awesome feedback they provide on our products” said Drew Harpur from LinkECU’s sales team.

Thanks to the CRC Speedshow for having us this year and we look forward to attending again in 2018. Keep an eye on our Website and Facebook page to see when LinkECU will be coming to a show near you.

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Winning Weekend!

This weekend was a busy one for our sponsored drivers, with a mixture of drag racing, drift and demonstrations at various shows.

Of course it goes without saying that our LinkECU​ sponsored drivers have had a stunning winning weekend.

First up Nikki Hepburn from Boosted86 Racing won the Brisbane Jamboree 2017 Pro Turbo.

The Boosted86 car is an impressive machine running a 1FZ-DE and a Link Thunder ECU.
Nikki ran 4 x 7.0 passes and her last pass was 7.081 at 207mph!

Well done Nikki and the Boosted86 team!

Next up is Camo Mote Drift.

Camo took out the round 3 win at the Hi-Tech drift Allstars Series over the weekend at Winton Motor Raceway in Victoria, Australia.

Nice work Camo!

Shifting Hemispheres to the British Drift Championship. Jack Shanahan winning round four of the BDC 2017 with his brother Conor Shanahan taking second place on the podium.
The Shanahan family also taking home the round 4 Constructors trophy too!

Awesome work Shanahan Family!

Well done to all of our drivers and we here at LinkECU are absolutely thrilled over your successes!

Supporting Future Generations

The Manukau Institute of Technology runs a year long Certificate in Motorsport for absolute beginners, a handful of these students are given the shell of a Honda car and over the course of the year learn all the necessary skills to transform it into a fully kitted out, race ready Honda Civic.

Link Engine Management and Possum Bourne Motorsport are proud supporters of the future of motor racing and engine tuning. Both companies have teamed up to provide the technology and training support to these newcomers to the industry. Julius Bloem, General Manager of Possum Bourne Motorsport says that it is “important to invest in the future of the industry and by offering up our dyno and expertise the students get a great understanding of EFI and basic tuning concepts.”

Their current Honda project is powered by a stock B16A with only headers and intake. It made a maximum of 100HP at the wheels on the factory ECU, once tuned using a Link ECU we managed to get a massive 40% power increase to 140HP at the wheels. With Possum Bourne Motorsport’s guidance and the LinkECU help functions – it was completely installed and configured by the MIT students.

MIT Students and Possum Bourne Motorsport

G4+ CivicLink LinkECU

LinkECU Marketing Manager Rob Wiley says “LinkECU have always been committed to the future of motorsport through various tertiary programs including Formula SAE. When Possum Bourne Motorsport came to us with this well-thought out idea, we immediately asked what we could do to help. The hands on training the students will receive is an excellent pathway into the motorsport industry and for us to be involved was a no brainer really.”

After the course is finished a lot of these students make it through to racecar and performance shops for employment, with Possum Bourne Motorsport even taking on apprentices.
LinkECU is proud to support the students with a complete Engine Management System to help them learn with the latest in Engine Management Technology.

 

Queen Racing Polaris RZR

UTV racing has been going from strength to strength worldwide.
Nowhere more so than in the USA, with regular race meetings and knock-out championships.

UTV stands for Utility Task Vehicle or Utility Terrain Vehicle and these vehicles are lightweight, fast and pack a mean acceleration (and adrenaline) punch.

The prime vehicle of choice is the Polaris RZR for it’s adaptability not to mention its tune-ability.
There is none more enthusiastic about UTV racing than our very own LinkECU dealer, Queens Racing.

Polaris RZR Turbo


This amazing ​RZR was 100% built in house at Queen Racing​ by​ Mark Queen.
​The machine only has a ​925cc​ ​turbo engine and weighs in at a mere 1460LBS (662kg), ​but Mark has tuned his RZR running a Link Fury to produce 260​hp​ @ 24PSI!

2017 Polaris RZR Turbo

The Polaris RZR in action!

Queens Racing Polaris RZR

Thanks to Mark for the fantastic images of his beast in action and we look forward to seeing more of this amazing machine.

2017 CRC Speedshow

On July 22 and 23 Link Engine Management attended New Zealand’s ultimate automotive playground, the CRC Speedshow in Auckland, New Zealand.
The CRC Speedshow showcases the finest, fastest and coolest new cars, race cars, classics cars, motor sport celebrities, wild hot rods, muscle cars and custom creations from around New Zealand and the world.

The LinkECU stand looked the business fitted out with custom made banners, flags and promotional collateral along with displaying the current G4+ range of ECUs and accessories. Topping off the stand were Damian Orr Racing’s 1UZ Super Stock and Dylan Woolhouse Drift Motorsport’s LS2 supercharged V8 FD RX7.

“We were very happy with how the stand looked and delighted to hear positive feedback from show attendees about how eye-catching and professional our stand looked” said LinkECU Marketing Manager Rob Wiley, “it always helps when you have the opportunity to display such high quality cars on the stand, we would like to thank Damian and Dylan for joining us for the weekend” Wiley continued.

RX7 at LinkECU Speedshow Stand

The LinkECU stand was a flurry of activity all weekend, with people checking out the cars, viewing the Link G4+ range, grabbing posters and catalogues, and taking the opportunity to interact with our experienced sales team.

LinkECU CRC Speedshow 2017

“The great thing about shows like the CRC Speedshow is the ability to interact directly with our community, whether it is being able to answer their in-depth questions, hearing about the amazing builds they are undertaking, or receiving the awesome feedback they provide on our products” said Drew Harpur from LinkECU’s sales team.

Thanks to the CRC Speedshow for having us this year and we look forward to attending again in 2018. Keep an eye on our Website and Facebook page to see when LinkECU will be coming to a show near you.

xxxxx

Winning Weekend!

This weekend was a busy one for our sponsored drivers, with a mixture of drag racing, drift and demonstrations at various shows.

Of course it goes without saying that our LinkECU​ sponsored drivers have had a stunning winning weekend.

First up Nikki Hepburn from Boosted86 Racing won the Brisbane Jamboree 2017 Pro Turbo.

The Boosted86 car is an impressive machine running a 1FZ-DE and a Link Thunder ECU.
Nikki ran 4 x 7.0 passes and her last pass was 7.081 at 207mph!

Well done Nikki and the Boosted86 team!

Next up is Camo Mote Drift.

Camo took out the round 3 win at the Hi-Tech drift Allstars Series over the weekend at Winton Motor Raceway in Victoria, Australia.

Nice work Camo!

Shifting Hemispheres to the British Drift Championship. Jack Shanahan winning round four of the BDC 2017 with his brother Conor Shanahan taking second place on the podium.
The Shanahan family also taking home the round 4 Constructors trophy too!

Awesome work Shanahan Family!

Well done to all of our drivers and we here at LinkECU are absolutely thrilled over your successes!

Supporting Future Generations

The Manukau Institute of Technology runs a year long Certificate in Motorsport for absolute beginners, a handful of these students are given the shell of a Honda car and over the course of the year learn all the necessary skills to transform it into a fully kitted out, race ready Honda Civic.

Link Engine Management and Possum Bourne Motorsport are proud supporters of the future of motor racing and engine tuning. Both companies have teamed up to provide the technology and training support to these newcomers to the industry. Julius Bloem, General Manager of Possum Bourne Motorsport says that it is “important to invest in the future of the industry and by offering up our dyno and expertise the students get a great understanding of EFI and basic tuning concepts.”

Their current Honda project is powered by a stock B16A with only headers and intake. It made a maximum of 100HP at the wheels on the factory ECU, once tuned using a Link ECU we managed to get a massive 40% power increase to 140HP at the wheels. With Possum Bourne Motorsport’s guidance and the LinkECU help functions – it was completely installed and configured by the MIT students.

MIT Students and Possum Bourne Motorsport

G4+ CivicLink LinkECU

LinkECU Marketing Manager Rob Wiley says “LinkECU have always been committed to the future of motorsport through various tertiary programs including Formula SAE. When Possum Bourne Motorsport came to us with this well-thought out idea, we immediately asked what we could do to help. The hands on training the students will receive is an excellent pathway into the motorsport industry and for us to be involved was a no brainer really.”

After the course is finished a lot of these students make it through to racecar and performance shops for employment, with Possum Bourne Motorsport even taking on apprentices.
LinkECU is proud to support the students with a complete Engine Management System to help them learn with the latest in Engine Management Technology.

 

Queen Racing Polaris RZR

UTV racing has been going from strength to strength worldwide.
Nowhere more so than in the USA, with regular race meetings and knock-out championships.

UTV stands for Utility Task Vehicle or Utility Terrain Vehicle and these vehicles are lightweight, fast and pack a mean acceleration (and adrenaline) punch.

The prime vehicle of choice is the Polaris RZR for it’s adaptability not to mention its tune-ability.
There is none more enthusiastic about UTV racing than our very own LinkECU dealer, Queens Racing.

Polaris RZR Turbo


This amazing ​RZR was 100% built in house at Queen Racing​ by​ Mark Queen.
​The machine only has a ​925cc​ ​turbo engine and weighs in at a mere 1460LBS (662kg), ​but Mark has tuned his RZR running a Link Fury to produce 260​hp​ @ 24PSI!

2017 Polaris RZR Turbo

The Polaris RZR in action!

Queens Racing Polaris RZR

Thanks to Mark for the fantastic images of his beast in action and we look forward to seeing more of this amazing machine.

2017 CRC Speedshow

On July 22 and 23 Link Engine Management attended New Zealand’s ultimate automotive playground, the CRC Speedshow in Auckland, New Zealand.
The CRC Speedshow showcases the finest, fastest and coolest new cars, race cars, classics cars, motor sport celebrities, wild hot rods, muscle cars and custom creations from around New Zealand and the world.

The LinkECU stand looked the business fitted out with custom made banners, flags and promotional collateral along with displaying the current G4+ range of ECUs and accessories. Topping off the stand were Damian Orr Racing’s 1UZ Super Stock and Dylan Woolhouse Drift Motorsport’s LS2 supercharged V8 FD RX7.

“We were very happy with how the stand looked and delighted to hear positive feedback from show attendees about how eye-catching and professional our stand looked” said LinkECU Marketing Manager Rob Wiley, “it always helps when you have the opportunity to display such high quality cars on the stand, we would like to thank Damian and Dylan for joining us for the weekend” Wiley continued.

RX7 at LinkECU Speedshow Stand

The LinkECU stand was a flurry of activity all weekend, with people checking out the cars, viewing the Link G4+ range, grabbing posters and catalogues, and taking the opportunity to interact with our experienced sales team.

LinkECU CRC Speedshow 2017

“The great thing about shows like the CRC Speedshow is the ability to interact directly with our community, whether it is being able to answer their in-depth questions, hearing about the amazing builds they are undertaking, or receiving the awesome feedback they provide on our products” said Drew Harpur from LinkECU’s sales team.

Thanks to the CRC Speedshow for having us this year and we look forward to attending again in 2018. Keep an eye on our Website and Facebook page to see when LinkECU will be coming to a show near you.

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