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Nissan R35 GT-R Engine Plug-In ECU Kit

March 4th, 2013 Comments off

Nissan R35 GT-R Engine Plug-In ECU Kit

MoTeC is excited to announce the official release of our new M1 plug-in engine management
solution for the Nissan R35 GT-R. This is a fully programmable replacement for the factory-fitted
engine computer, plugging directly into the stock wiring harness and making use of the original
sensors and fuel system. All essential OE functions are maintained, including dashboard, traction
control and gearbox systems.

MoTeC’s kit consists of our next generation M150 ECU with Level 2 Logging and 250 MB memory,
plus a complete Installation Set. The Installation Set includes a wiring adaptor box, looms,
sensors and all necessary accessories. Given the likelihood of modifications to these engines,
we have included a Modifications Guide in the attached data sheet detailing the components
we recommend based on our own testing. MoTeC strongly suggests all dealers read this
information when discussing the installation of our M1 kit with customers.

Please note, due to numerous integrated vehicle systems built into the firmware, this ECU is not
suitable for engine applications into a different vehicle.

Kits include:

• M150 ECU
• Nissan R35 GT-R Adaptor Box
• Nissan R35 GT-R Breakout Loom
• M1 Adaptor Stub Looms
• Network Cable RJ45
• LTCD-NTK Dual Lambda to CAN
• NTK Lambda Sensor and extension loom
• Air Temp Sensor
• Fastening Velcro


• Tuneable individual bank closed loop Lambda control.
• Boost control integrated with torque control system.
• Launch control integrated with torque control system – torque and engine speed limits can be defined for launch.
• Launch sequence builds boost prior to launch – critical with large turbochargers.
• Additional 10 position switch for VDC gain – adjusts severity of VDC events.
• Additional 2 position switch for switching maps: Boost Aim,
• Compatible with all known variants of R35 in all geographic Engine Speed Limit, Fuel Mixture Aim, Ignition Timing, Throttle

Note: Each variant may have a unique Start File.

• Integrated 250 Mbyte of logging memory.
• Fully integrates with stock systems including VDC traction • Includes Level 2 Data Logging – 200 channels at up to control and transmission, and complies with OE system 200Hz – upgradable to 2000 channels at up to 1000Hz.
• Data analysis via i2 software.
• Torque limiting delivered via throttle and ignition control. • External fuel pump output for closed loop fuel pressure control.
• Engine load calculation based on MAF, MAP, throttle position • Sensor fallback – if a sensor fails (e.g. MAP) alternate load and boost pressure, or a combination of these, to provide sensors are used.
• Additional sensors may be added via the breakout connector:
• Full Cruise Control capability. multiple EGTs (via TCA Thermocouple Amplifier or up to 8 via
• Integrated fully tuneable DSP knock control on individual E888), GPS.

Motec releases new offerings and price reduction on Factory M800 PNP Ecu Kits

August 21st, 2012 Comments off

For a Limited time we are offering the Motec Plug N Play Ecu’s fully unlocked for $3499.00. These are limited to the application list shown below.

The latest software for MoTeC ECUs, Version 3, is developed to optimize tuning for the increasing sophistication of modern engines. It has a range of new and improved features and control functions and an increased table functionality.

MoTeC Plug-In ECU benefits include:
• Maximum tuning power
• Ease of install – replaces the factory computer
• Utilization of standard wiring loom, saving you the time and expense of rewiring your car
• M800 ECU – unsurpassed power and flexibility
• Utilization of standard wiring loom, saving you the time and expense of rewiring your car

MoTeC M800 Plug-In ECUs are fully programmable, direct replacements for factory ECUs on a select number of popular vehicle models. Based on the M800, they control the latest automotive advances such as continuously variable camshaft timing and drive by wire throttle.

Complete with an OEM connector, M800 Plug-Ins are convenient and cost effective to install because they eliminate the need to rewire the vehicle. They simply plug into the factory wiring harness using the original sensors, ignition modules and fuel system. The units are built to operate with saturated drive fuel injectors.

The pricing changes are applied to the basic ECU hardware price. On top of the discount, the price will now include essential features such as Cam Control and Drive by Wire on the Mitsubishi EVO 10 and Subaru 9-10 versions.

• 4 x Injector outputs
• 4 x Ignition outputs
• 14 x Auxiliary outputs—for functions such as camshaft control, drive by wire throttle, boost control, nitrous injection, idle speed stepper motor and many more Inputs
• 8 x Analogue voltage inputs—fully configurable including custom calibrations
• 6 x Analogue temperature inputs—fully configurable including custom calibrations
• 2 x Wideband Lambda inputs—for Lambda measurement and control
• 4 x Digital/speed inputs—for wheel speeds and function activation

• 1 x CAN
• 1 x RS232

• Board sizes to fit into the OEM ECU enclosure
• Connector to match OEM connector

Available Applications
Mitsubishi EVO 4-8
Mitsubishi EVO 8-9
Mitsubishi EVO 10
Subaru 5-6
Subaru 7-8
Subaru 9-10

We also have great deals on complete Custom Motec PNP Kits for applications not listed such as the MKIV Supra, call 407-277-8423 and speak to one of our sales staff with any questions or to order.

Titan Motorsports Universal Air Intake Temperature Sensor

April 19th, 2012 Comments off

Air Temp Sensor – Large Thread (inc plug & pins) 3/8NPT

Air Intake Temperature Sensor (AIT) provides intake air temperature information to the ECU and  is a critical component of the engine management system as air temperature directly effects air density (as air gets hotter it gets less dense). The (AIT) is made to OEM specifications and couples with a weatherproof wiring connector.

An intake Air Temperature Sensor should be used with all engine configurations.

Titan Motorsports Air Temperature Sensor includes plug and pigtail.

Titan Motorsports Air Intake Temperature Sensor

Ford GT Tuned by Shane T sets new Texas Mile Record at 257.7

March 26th, 2012 Comments off

This weekend proved to be a busy weekend for our tuner Shane T. In addition to remotely tuning the E.Kanoo Racing Supras to another winning race weekend in Bahrain, he was also in Texas at the Texas Mile working with this wild Ford GT. This particular Ford GT featured a custom twin turbo setup and set a new standing mile record of 257.7mph with a half mile speed over 200! This is an incredible feat, and it you take a look at the video below, you can see the run looked almost effortless. Shane T is responsible for tuning our drag race projects as well as every Twin Turbo Gallardo we’ve built to date using Motec’s world class engine management system and accessories.

Motec releases M84 Plug-In ECU kits for bikes.

February 13th, 2012 Comments off

MoTeC Systems USA is now offering dedicated Plug-In ECU Kits for bike engines based on MoTeC’s new M84 ECU. These convenient, cost effective solutions are fully programmable, direct replacements for factory ECUs on a number of popular models, giving customers adjustable control over fuel and ignition. The complete package includes the new M84 ECU*, an Adapter Box (with spare inputs/outputs), the necessary wiring and mounting hardware, plus additional model-specific modules or sensors that may be required.

Features include: progressive nitrous • boost control • shift control including gear change ignition cut • shift light • full staged injection • Lambda control.



• Fully enabled MoTeC M84 ECU*
– includes Advanced Functions, Wideband Lambda and Data Logging
• Adapter Box for stock wiring harness
• Wiring Harness (Adapter Box to ECU)
• UTC Adapter (USB to CAN)
• Bosch 4 Channel Ignitor
• LSU 4.9 Lambda Sensor
• Mounting hardware
• Base ECU Map

The Adapter Box also includes a 26 pin spare connector for the easy addition of extra sensors and outputs.

The complete kit retails for $3,995.00 for additional pricing or information please call or email us.

Recovery Room Supra featured in Top Performance

June 25th, 2009 Comments off

The wild Supra we built for Dr. Nick Angelastro was recently featured in Top Performance, a great magazine targeting the Middle East. This Supra was built from the ground up from an NA Automatic Shell, here at Titan Motorsports. Full details on the build can be found in the article in snapshots below for those who do not have access to this great magazine on their local newsstand.

Project 996tt get Motec and a host of changes as a result.

April 29th, 2009 1 comment

We’ve been working on a Motec PNP solution for the Porsche 996tt since we purchased our car. Starting off with a base jump harness Darin was able to wire the Motec into the jump harness without cutting a wire on the factory harness. If we even wanted to go back to a factory Motronic setup we can unplug the jumper harness and plug the factory ECU back in. I want to be the first to say this is not a replacement for a ECU reflash, and should not be considered as such. While the harness is plug and play, the setup and tuning of a standalone is anything but and should be left to only the most qualified of tuners. It’s not intended for a full daily driver or basic bolt-on turbo car, we’re looking to race the car heavily at both the drag strip and road course, and went with the Motec for on the spot control of the ECU, as well as the additional data that can be recorded and reviewed between runs during testing. We’ve had to do quite a bit to get the factory ECU to continue to control the vehicle while allowing the Motec to take control of the engines functions, but after a few days or troubleshooting we have made huge grounds and have the car running and driving quite smoothly, now it’s just a matter of turning the car up and making the extra power we hope for with the K24/18G setup.

As a result of converting the car to speed density we where able to remove some factory parts that are known to be restrictive. Here you can see the very restrictive plastic intake ducting that connects the airbox to the turbocharger inlet. Anyone who thinks that new shiny airbox or filter is getting them a ton of performance, remember it has to flow through this restriction before it ever meets the turbos.

Since we removed the MAF sensor and went to a speed density setup when installing the Motec we where able to use a standard air filter setup, our Fabricator John did a great job of routing the pipe through the fenderwell to the new filter location.

This image should show you how tight a fit the 2.5″ pipe is inside the wheel well. It took many test fits but John was able to make the pipe work while providing adequate clearance for our R888s to fit. We modified the intake ducting for the intercooler to provide fresh air to the filter as well, providing a true ram air effect that not only provides the filter with fresh air, but still maintains proper intercooling as well.

Since the Motec operates off a MAP sensor rather than a closed loop MAF sensor, we where able to remove the factory diverter valve setup and install a standard blow off valve onto the existing Y Pipe. We opted for a Tial BOV mounted at the front of the y-pipe for easy vacuum line routing and venting to atmosphere.

We’ve got a bit more fabricating and tuning to do, but hope to have the car on the dyno on Friday and if all goes as planned the car on the track that evening.

Motec Standalone PNP Project for Porsche 996TT starts.

October 6th, 2008 1 comment

Today our jumper harness arrived for the 996TT project. What looks like a mess of wires and plugs will evolve into a plug and play tuning solution that will allow the end user to use a Motec standalone computer to control the engine without having to rewire the entire car. There are plenty of great flash tuning options out there for the 996TT, however the Motec allows many advanced functions and real time tuning using a standard PC laptop.

This is obviously the initial stage of the project, and it should be realized there is quite a bit of development still to be done. With other tuners such as Switzer already achieving success running their Turbos with a standalone, this product will bridge the gap allowing a plug and play solution without modifying or cutting the factory harness

I will be the first to admit this solution is not for everyone. For your average car a reflash will be more than capable of controlling everything you need and then some. However for those racing their cars frequently, looking for additional data, track mapping, or with fuel demands much beyond the stock ECU’s control this is a great solution. The Motec offers proven hardware, however as with any standalone it is up to the end user to find a trusted source to tune the box. Fortunately Motec is widely used in most motorsports here in the states and abroad, and there are plenty of tuners available for hire to tailor the box to the end users needs.

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Project Prowler is Alive

September 9th, 2008 Comments off

The 2JZ-GTE Project Prowler is coming along nicely. Here is a picture of the interior and the Motec being tuned.

Video : Have a sneak peak of the Prowler in action!

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