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Shanahan brothers to World Time Attack!

Conor & Jack Shanahan to compete in Australia at the International Drifting Cup

Big news has just been announced today that Irish drift stars Conor and Jack Shanahan will be in Sydney, Australia to compete at the International Drifting Cup, part of the World Time Attack Challenge next month.

Link Engine Management are proud long-term supporters of the Shanahan brothers, the latest breed of sensational Irish drifting talent to come through the Irish Drift Championship (IDC).

Older brother Jack (18) is the 2017 IDC champion and younger brother Conor (15) earned his pro license last year by winning the Pro Am category in the IDC. This year, both Conor & Jack have been competing in the Drift Masters Championship throughout Europe. Conor took to the world stage on his 15th Birthday in stellar fashion, WINNING the season opener in Poland! Beating James Deane in the final was a spectacular start to the season for the young star who has been competing in a drift car since 12 years of age. Jack has had mixed success this year with a few car troubles plaguing his European season, but both brothers proved their talent is no joke with consistent Top 5 qualifying positions at most rounds.

In Sydney, Jack will be driving an the below old skool Toyota AE86 powered by an SR20 engine and Link G4+ Monsoon ECU.

Conor will be driving the below convertible S13 powered by an LS2 Turbo and a Link G4+ Xtreme ECU. 

Link ECU is very excited to see these two compete in Australia and wish to extend a large congratulations to Ian Baker (WTAC) and Frances Hayes (the publican of the Bald Rock Hotel) for bringing the talented Irishmen down under.

The Shanahan brothers will be signing posters and taking photos at the Link ECU stand in trader alley over the race weekend. Stay tuned on the Link ECU Facebook page for time slots for when you can meet the drivers at the stand.

Read more about the specifications of the cars here: http://www.worldtimeattack.com/index.php/irish-shanahan-brothers-to-compete-in-international-drifting-cup/

The International Drift Cup will be hosted on the 12, 13th October at Sydney Motorsport Park. Get your tickets here: www.worldtimeattack.com

 

1969 Mustang powered by Link Xtreme

A family car passed down through generations is always something special, but one as pristine as this 1969 Mustang owned by a happy Link ECU customer in Texas, USA, is very impressive.

 

Josh was sold this Single turbo Ford Mustang for $100 by his Great Grandfather, the original owner.

The car has undergone some big changes over that time, now utilising a Link G4+ Xtreme ECU to host the fuel injection. The car now features full sequential fuel and spare with LS coils and Fuel Injector Development 2200cc injectors.

 

 

The engine fueled by E85 has a High Compression Dart big bore block, helping the machine to put out over 1000 horsepower!

 

 

What a great result for this proud owner.

 

 

For more details on the Link G4+ Xtreme click here.

To find a dealer contact here.

 

 

 

 

Link ECU partners with AiM Technologies

Link Engine Management are proud to announce the latest addition to their wide range of ECU’s and accessories – the Link MXS Strada dash, powered by AiM technologies. This dash is the result of a partnership between the New Zealand based engine management company and world-renowned driver display manufacturer originating from Italy, AiM Technologies.

The Link MXS Strada is preconfigured to connect with all Link ECU’s, instantly displaying information the ECU is reading about the engine on the 5” colour display. Featuring customisable shift lights, flexible alarms and a high contrast TFT screen, the dash is an essential enhancement in engine protection with its ability to transmit vital engine data to the driver’s cockpit. Visual quality is always optimal as the ambient light sensor auto-adjusts the brightness of the display.

The Link MXS dash is currently available in two versions, the Street Icon edition and the Standard edition. Both display a range of data such as speed, water temperature, oil pressure, lap times and much more.

 

Link MXS Strada dash, powered by AiM Technologies

⚠️ New Product Alert! ⚠️Introducing the Link MXS Strada dash, powered by AiM Technologies. This dash features a full colour high-contrast TFT display, auto-adjustable brightness levels, fully customizable shift lights and multiple screen layouts pre-loaded. Best of it – it is preconfigured to connect with all Link ECU’s, instantly displaying information the ECU is reading about the engine on the 5” colour screen!We have two versions available – the Street Icon edition and the Race edition. To find out more, read here: https://www.linkecu.com/2018/09/12/link-engine-management-partners-with-aim-technologies/

Posted by Link ECU on Tuesday, September 11, 2018

 

The race edition features six fully customisable LED lights down the side which can be used as a wide range of alarms and warnings.

The street icon edition has street icons down the side, which include turn signals, high beam lights, oil pressure, water temperature warnings and an engine check light.

Both versions are extremely easy to use, with buttons on the side to navigate through a library of pre-set display styles depending on what information you want to see. These include RPM, speed, water temperature, oil pressure and much more.

The ten multi-coloured RGB shift lights along the top can be modified as you like, defining the RPM threshold for each single gear.

These layouts and shift lights can all be further customized through the AiM software or Link ECU software PC Link.

The dash can handle up to 8 fully configurable analogue inputs, 2 digital inputs and 1 digital output, with further expansion possible via the CAN connection, meaning many external sensors and inputs can be connected.

Link MXS Strada dashes can be purchased through any accredited Link ECU dealer worldwide.

Click here to find your nearest reseller.

 

For dealers to purchase:

Link MXS Race edition 

Link MXS Street edition

ProCycle Dyno Hayabusa drag motorcycle

Link ECU was very pleased to catch up with Queensland Link ECU dealer, Pro Cycle Dyno, at Brisbane Jamboree 2018.

Business operator, Fred, was kind enough to lend us his Hayabusa drag bike to have on display over the weekend. This is one impressive machine, running 7 second passes completely naturally aspirated.

The bike is based off a Suzuki Hayabusa 1670cc, with both the engine and chassis heavily modified to produce in excess of 300 horsepower and 150 lb of Torque. Running on methanol, altered camshafts and further engine modifcations help produce these impressive figures.

The wiring under the bodywork on this beauty is something special, with standalone Link Engine management by a Link Fury ECU. If you ever want to see it in person – you may just have to book a trip to Willowbank Raceway and see it fly down the drag strip at the same time! Nailing 0-100 in just 1 second, the power to weight ratio of these phenomenal bikes has to be seen to be believed.

We wish Fred and the Procycle Dyno team all the very best for a 6 second pass in the near future.

Shanahan brothers to World Time Attack!

Conor & Jack Shanahan to compete in Australia at the International Drifting Cup

Big news has just been announced today that Irish drift stars Conor and Jack Shanahan will be in Sydney, Australia to compete at the International Drifting Cup, part of the World Time Attack Challenge next month.

Link Engine Management are proud long-term supporters of the Shanahan brothers, the latest breed of sensational Irish drifting talent to come through the Irish Drift Championship (IDC).

Older brother Jack (18) is the 2017 IDC champion and younger brother Conor (15) earned his pro license last year by winning the Pro Am category in the IDC. This year, both Conor & Jack have been competing in the Drift Masters Championship throughout Europe. Conor took to the world stage on his 15th Birthday in stellar fashion, WINNING the season opener in Poland! Beating James Deane in the final was a spectacular start to the season for the young star who has been competing in a drift car since 12 years of age. Jack has had mixed success this year with a few car troubles plaguing his European season, but both brothers proved their talent is no joke with consistent Top 5 qualifying positions at most rounds.

In Sydney, Jack will be driving an the below old skool Toyota AE86 powered by an SR20 engine and Link G4+ Monsoon ECU.

Conor will be driving the below convertible S13 powered by an LS2 Turbo and a Link G4+ Xtreme ECU. 

Link ECU is very excited to see these two compete in Australia and wish to extend a large congratulations to Ian Baker (WTAC) and Frances Hayes (the publican of the Bald Rock Hotel) for bringing the talented Irishmen down under.

The Shanahan brothers will be signing posters and taking photos at the Link ECU stand in trader alley over the race weekend. Stay tuned on the Link ECU Facebook page for time slots for when you can meet the drivers at the stand.

Read more about the specifications of the cars here: http://www.worldtimeattack.com/index.php/irish-shanahan-brothers-to-compete-in-international-drifting-cup/

The International Drift Cup will be hosted on the 12, 13th October at Sydney Motorsport Park. Get your tickets here: www.worldtimeattack.com

 

1969 Mustang powered by Link Xtreme

A family car passed down through generations is always something special, but one as pristine as this 1969 Mustang owned by a happy Link ECU customer in Texas, USA, is very impressive.

 

Josh was sold this Single turbo Ford Mustang for $100 by his Great Grandfather, the original owner.

The car has undergone some big changes over that time, now utilising a Link G4+ Xtreme ECU to host the fuel injection. The car now features full sequential fuel and spare with LS coils and Fuel Injector Development 2200cc injectors.

 

 

The engine fueled by E85 has a High Compression Dart big bore block, helping the machine to put out over 1000 horsepower!

 

 

What a great result for this proud owner.

 

 

For more details on the Link G4+ Xtreme click here.

To find a dealer contact here.

 

 

 

 

Link ECU partners with AiM Technologies

Link Engine Management are proud to announce the latest addition to their wide range of ECU’s and accessories – the Link MXS Strada dash, powered by AiM technologies. This dash is the result of a partnership between the New Zealand based engine management company and world-renowned driver display manufacturer originating from Italy, AiM Technologies.

The Link MXS Strada is preconfigured to connect with all Link ECU’s, instantly displaying information the ECU is reading about the engine on the 5” colour display. Featuring customisable shift lights, flexible alarms and a high contrast TFT screen, the dash is an essential enhancement in engine protection with its ability to transmit vital engine data to the driver’s cockpit. Visual quality is always optimal as the ambient light sensor auto-adjusts the brightness of the display.

The Link MXS dash is currently available in two versions, the Street Icon edition and the Standard edition. Both display a range of data such as speed, water temperature, oil pressure, lap times and much more.

 

Link MXS Strada dash, powered by AiM Technologies

⚠️ New Product Alert! ⚠️Introducing the Link MXS Strada dash, powered by AiM Technologies. This dash features a full colour high-contrast TFT display, auto-adjustable brightness levels, fully customizable shift lights and multiple screen layouts pre-loaded. Best of it – it is preconfigured to connect with all Link ECU’s, instantly displaying information the ECU is reading about the engine on the 5” colour screen!We have two versions available – the Street Icon edition and the Race edition. To find out more, read here: https://www.linkecu.com/2018/09/12/link-engine-management-partners-with-aim-technologies/

Posted by Link ECU on Tuesday, September 11, 2018

 

The race edition features six fully customisable LED lights down the side which can be used as a wide range of alarms and warnings.

The street icon edition has street icons down the side, which include turn signals, high beam lights, oil pressure, water temperature warnings and an engine check light.

Both versions are extremely easy to use, with buttons on the side to navigate through a library of pre-set display styles depending on what information you want to see. These include RPM, speed, water temperature, oil pressure and much more.

The ten multi-coloured RGB shift lights along the top can be modified as you like, defining the RPM threshold for each single gear.

These layouts and shift lights can all be further customized through the AiM software or Link ECU software PC Link.

The dash can handle up to 8 fully configurable analogue inputs, 2 digital inputs and 1 digital output, with further expansion possible via the CAN connection, meaning many external sensors and inputs can be connected.

Link MXS Strada dashes can be purchased through any accredited Link ECU dealer worldwide.

Click here to find your nearest reseller.

 

For dealers to purchase:

Link MXS Race edition 

Link MXS Street edition

ProCycle Dyno Hayabusa drag motorcycle

Link ECU was very pleased to catch up with Queensland Link ECU dealer, Pro Cycle Dyno, at Brisbane Jamboree 2018.

Business operator, Fred, was kind enough to lend us his Hayabusa drag bike to have on display over the weekend. This is one impressive machine, running 7 second passes completely naturally aspirated.

The bike is based off a Suzuki Hayabusa 1670cc, with both the engine and chassis heavily modified to produce in excess of 300 horsepower and 150 lb of Torque. Running on methanol, altered camshafts and further engine modifcations help produce these impressive figures.

The wiring under the bodywork on this beauty is something special, with standalone Link Engine management by a Link Fury ECU. If you ever want to see it in person – you may just have to book a trip to Willowbank Raceway and see it fly down the drag strip at the same time! Nailing 0-100 in just 1 second, the power to weight ratio of these phenomenal bikes has to be seen to be believed.

We wish Fred and the Procycle Dyno team all the very best for a 6 second pass in the near future.

xxxxx
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Shanahan brothers to World Time Attack!

Conor & Jack Shanahan to compete in Australia at the International Drifting Cup

Big news has just been announced today that Irish drift stars Conor and Jack Shanahan will be in Sydney, Australia to compete at the International Drifting Cup, part of the World Time Attack Challenge next month.

Link Engine Management are proud long-term supporters of the Shanahan brothers, the latest breed of sensational Irish drifting talent to come through the Irish Drift Championship (IDC).

Older brother Jack (18) is the 2017 IDC champion and younger brother Conor (15) earned his pro license last year by winning the Pro Am category in the IDC. This year, both Conor & Jack have been competing in the Drift Masters Championship throughout Europe. Conor took to the world stage on his 15th Birthday in stellar fashion, WINNING the season opener in Poland! Beating James Deane in the final was a spectacular start to the season for the young star who has been competing in a drift car since 12 years of age. Jack has had mixed success this year with a few car troubles plaguing his European season, but both brothers proved their talent is no joke with consistent Top 5 qualifying positions at most rounds.

In Sydney, Jack will be driving an the below old skool Toyota AE86 powered by an SR20 engine and Link G4+ Monsoon ECU.

Conor will be driving the below convertible S13 powered by an LS2 Turbo and a Link G4+ Xtreme ECU. 

Link ECU is very excited to see these two compete in Australia and wish to extend a large congratulations to Ian Baker (WTAC) and Frances Hayes (the publican of the Bald Rock Hotel) for bringing the talented Irishmen down under.

The Shanahan brothers will be signing posters and taking photos at the Link ECU stand in trader alley over the race weekend. Stay tuned on the Link ECU Facebook page for time slots for when you can meet the drivers at the stand.

Read more about the specifications of the cars here: http://www.worldtimeattack.com/index.php/irish-shanahan-brothers-to-compete-in-international-drifting-cup/

The International Drift Cup will be hosted on the 12, 13th October at Sydney Motorsport Park. Get your tickets here: www.worldtimeattack.com

 

1969 Mustang powered by Link Xtreme

A family car passed down through generations is always something special, but one as pristine as this 1969 Mustang owned by a happy Link ECU customer in Texas, USA, is very impressive.

 

Josh was sold this Single turbo Ford Mustang for $100 by his Great Grandfather, the original owner.

The car has undergone some big changes over that time, now utilising a Link G4+ Xtreme ECU to host the fuel injection. The car now features full sequential fuel and spare with LS coils and Fuel Injector Development 2200cc injectors.

 

 

The engine fueled by E85 has a High Compression Dart big bore block, helping the machine to put out over 1000 horsepower!

 

 

What a great result for this proud owner.

 

 

For more details on the Link G4+ Xtreme click here.

To find a dealer contact here.

 

 

 

 

Link ECU partners with AiM Technologies

Link Engine Management are proud to announce the latest addition to their wide range of ECU’s and accessories – the Link MXS Strada dash, powered by AiM technologies. This dash is the result of a partnership between the New Zealand based engine management company and world-renowned driver display manufacturer originating from Italy, AiM Technologies.

The Link MXS Strada is preconfigured to connect with all Link ECU’s, instantly displaying information the ECU is reading about the engine on the 5” colour display. Featuring customisable shift lights, flexible alarms and a high contrast TFT screen, the dash is an essential enhancement in engine protection with its ability to transmit vital engine data to the driver’s cockpit. Visual quality is always optimal as the ambient light sensor auto-adjusts the brightness of the display.

The Link MXS dash is currently available in two versions, the Street Icon edition and the Standard edition. Both display a range of data such as speed, water temperature, oil pressure, lap times and much more.

 

Link MXS Strada dash, powered by AiM Technologies

⚠️ New Product Alert! ⚠️Introducing the Link MXS Strada dash, powered by AiM Technologies. This dash features a full colour high-contrast TFT display, auto-adjustable brightness levels, fully customizable shift lights and multiple screen layouts pre-loaded. Best of it – it is preconfigured to connect with all Link ECU’s, instantly displaying information the ECU is reading about the engine on the 5” colour screen!We have two versions available – the Street Icon edition and the Race edition. To find out more, read here: https://www.linkecu.com/2018/09/12/link-engine-management-partners-with-aim-technologies/

Posted by Link ECU on Tuesday, September 11, 2018

 

The race edition features six fully customisable LED lights down the side which can be used as a wide range of alarms and warnings.

The street icon edition has street icons down the side, which include turn signals, high beam lights, oil pressure, water temperature warnings and an engine check light.

Both versions are extremely easy to use, with buttons on the side to navigate through a library of pre-set display styles depending on what information you want to see. These include RPM, speed, water temperature, oil pressure and much more.

The ten multi-coloured RGB shift lights along the top can be modified as you like, defining the RPM threshold for each single gear.

These layouts and shift lights can all be further customized through the AiM software or Link ECU software PC Link.

The dash can handle up to 8 fully configurable analogue inputs, 2 digital inputs and 1 digital output, with further expansion possible via the CAN connection, meaning many external sensors and inputs can be connected.

Link MXS Strada dashes can be purchased through any accredited Link ECU dealer worldwide.

Click here to find your nearest reseller.

 

For dealers to purchase:

Link MXS Race edition 

Link MXS Street edition

ProCycle Dyno Hayabusa drag motorcycle

Link ECU was very pleased to catch up with Queensland Link ECU dealer, Pro Cycle Dyno, at Brisbane Jamboree 2018.

Business operator, Fred, was kind enough to lend us his Hayabusa drag bike to have on display over the weekend. This is one impressive machine, running 7 second passes completely naturally aspirated.

The bike is based off a Suzuki Hayabusa 1670cc, with both the engine and chassis heavily modified to produce in excess of 300 horsepower and 150 lb of Torque. Running on methanol, altered camshafts and further engine modifcations help produce these impressive figures.

The wiring under the bodywork on this beauty is something special, with standalone Link Engine management by a Link Fury ECU. If you ever want to see it in person – you may just have to book a trip to Willowbank Raceway and see it fly down the drag strip at the same time! Nailing 0-100 in just 1 second, the power to weight ratio of these phenomenal bikes has to be seen to be believed.

We wish Fred and the Procycle Dyno team all the very best for a 6 second pass in the near future.

xxxxx

Shanahan brothers to World Time Attack!

Conor & Jack Shanahan to compete in Australia at the International Drifting Cup

Big news has just been announced today that Irish drift stars Conor and Jack Shanahan will be in Sydney, Australia to compete at the International Drifting Cup, part of the World Time Attack Challenge next month.

Link Engine Management are proud long-term supporters of the Shanahan brothers, the latest breed of sensational Irish drifting talent to come through the Irish Drift Championship (IDC).

Older brother Jack (18) is the 2017 IDC champion and younger brother Conor (15) earned his pro license last year by winning the Pro Am category in the IDC. This year, both Conor & Jack have been competing in the Drift Masters Championship throughout Europe. Conor took to the world stage on his 15th Birthday in stellar fashion, WINNING the season opener in Poland! Beating James Deane in the final was a spectacular start to the season for the young star who has been competing in a drift car since 12 years of age. Jack has had mixed success this year with a few car troubles plaguing his European season, but both brothers proved their talent is no joke with consistent Top 5 qualifying positions at most rounds.

In Sydney, Jack will be driving an the below old skool Toyota AE86 powered by an SR20 engine and Link G4+ Monsoon ECU.

Conor will be driving the below convertible S13 powered by an LS2 Turbo and a Link G4+ Xtreme ECU. 

Link ECU is very excited to see these two compete in Australia and wish to extend a large congratulations to Ian Baker (WTAC) and Frances Hayes (the publican of the Bald Rock Hotel) for bringing the talented Irishmen down under.

The Shanahan brothers will be signing posters and taking photos at the Link ECU stand in trader alley over the race weekend. Stay tuned on the Link ECU Facebook page for time slots for when you can meet the drivers at the stand.

Read more about the specifications of the cars here: http://www.worldtimeattack.com/index.php/irish-shanahan-brothers-to-compete-in-international-drifting-cup/

The International Drift Cup will be hosted on the 12, 13th October at Sydney Motorsport Park. Get your tickets here: www.worldtimeattack.com

 

1969 Mustang powered by Link Xtreme

A family car passed down through generations is always something special, but one as pristine as this 1969 Mustang owned by a happy Link ECU customer in Texas, USA, is very impressive.

 

Josh was sold this Single turbo Ford Mustang for $100 by his Great Grandfather, the original owner.

The car has undergone some big changes over that time, now utilising a Link G4+ Xtreme ECU to host the fuel injection. The car now features full sequential fuel and spare with LS coils and Fuel Injector Development 2200cc injectors.

 

 

The engine fueled by E85 has a High Compression Dart big bore block, helping the machine to put out over 1000 horsepower!

 

 

What a great result for this proud owner.

 

 

For more details on the Link G4+ Xtreme click here.

To find a dealer contact here.

 

 

 

 

Link ECU partners with AiM Technologies

Link Engine Management are proud to announce the latest addition to their wide range of ECU’s and accessories – the Link MXS Strada dash, powered by AiM technologies. This dash is the result of a partnership between the New Zealand based engine management company and world-renowned driver display manufacturer originating from Italy, AiM Technologies.

The Link MXS Strada is preconfigured to connect with all Link ECU’s, instantly displaying information the ECU is reading about the engine on the 5” colour display. Featuring customisable shift lights, flexible alarms and a high contrast TFT screen, the dash is an essential enhancement in engine protection with its ability to transmit vital engine data to the driver’s cockpit. Visual quality is always optimal as the ambient light sensor auto-adjusts the brightness of the display.

The Link MXS dash is currently available in two versions, the Street Icon edition and the Standard edition. Both display a range of data such as speed, water temperature, oil pressure, lap times and much more.

 

Link MXS Strada dash, powered by AiM Technologies

⚠️ New Product Alert! ⚠️Introducing the Link MXS Strada dash, powered by AiM Technologies. This dash features a full colour high-contrast TFT display, auto-adjustable brightness levels, fully customizable shift lights and multiple screen layouts pre-loaded. Best of it – it is preconfigured to connect with all Link ECU’s, instantly displaying information the ECU is reading about the engine on the 5” colour screen!We have two versions available – the Street Icon edition and the Race edition. To find out more, read here: https://www.linkecu.com/2018/09/12/link-engine-management-partners-with-aim-technologies/

Posted by Link ECU on Tuesday, September 11, 2018

 

The race edition features six fully customisable LED lights down the side which can be used as a wide range of alarms and warnings.

The street icon edition has street icons down the side, which include turn signals, high beam lights, oil pressure, water temperature warnings and an engine check light.

Both versions are extremely easy to use, with buttons on the side to navigate through a library of pre-set display styles depending on what information you want to see. These include RPM, speed, water temperature, oil pressure and much more.

The ten multi-coloured RGB shift lights along the top can be modified as you like, defining the RPM threshold for each single gear.

These layouts and shift lights can all be further customized through the AiM software or Link ECU software PC Link.

The dash can handle up to 8 fully configurable analogue inputs, 2 digital inputs and 1 digital output, with further expansion possible via the CAN connection, meaning many external sensors and inputs can be connected.

Link MXS Strada dashes can be purchased through any accredited Link ECU dealer worldwide.

Click here to find your nearest reseller.

 

For dealers to purchase:

Link MXS Race edition 

Link MXS Street edition

ProCycle Dyno Hayabusa drag motorcycle

Link ECU was very pleased to catch up with Queensland Link ECU dealer, Pro Cycle Dyno, at Brisbane Jamboree 2018.

Business operator, Fred, was kind enough to lend us his Hayabusa drag bike to have on display over the weekend. This is one impressive machine, running 7 second passes completely naturally aspirated.

The bike is based off a Suzuki Hayabusa 1670cc, with both the engine and chassis heavily modified to produce in excess of 300 horsepower and 150 lb of Torque. Running on methanol, altered camshafts and further engine modifcations help produce these impressive figures.

The wiring under the bodywork on this beauty is something special, with standalone Link Engine management by a Link Fury ECU. If you ever want to see it in person – you may just have to book a trip to Willowbank Raceway and see it fly down the drag strip at the same time! Nailing 0-100 in just 1 second, the power to weight ratio of these phenomenal bikes has to be seen to be believed.

We wish Fred and the Procycle Dyno team all the very best for a 6 second pass in the near future.

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xxxxx

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