WireIn ECUs Explained
Here at Link Engine Management, we currently have a range of eight WireIn ECU’s to suit a wide variety of vehicles.
A WireIn ECU is a standalone engine management system that requires a custom engine harness to maximise the potential, and allow many new features, out of an engine.
Our WireIn ECUs can be used to control just about any combustion engine with a manual transmission.
To compare our Wire In ECU’s with each other, you can have a look at this comparison chart.
Our smallest two WireIn ECUs are the AtomX and MonsoonX. These are ideal for 4 cylinder naturally aspirated engines just wanting a tune up. They require an A Loom for wiring into the car.
Our Mid-level ECUs include the StormX, XtremeX and G4+ Xtreme, which have motorsport features. These are commonly used in V8, rotary or six-cylinder Drift cars, Drag cars and Time Attack vehicles wanting to make use of the Motorsport features. We have retained the Link G4+ Xtreme ECU as part of our range for Peak & Hold Applications.
For more serious applications wanting onboard digital wideband, the Link Fury is the best choice.
These mid level ECUs all require A & B looms.
The Thunder is the largest Link ECU with the most inputs and outputs, plus all the Motorsport features. Both the G4+ Xtreme G4+ Thunder offer peak and hold.
Our last two WireIn ECUs are the Force GDI (made for direct injection engines), and the Kurofune (made as a replacement for a popular aftermarket Japanese ECU).
You can find out more about each of these standalone ECUs on their product page within our website.