Motor Sport Engineering Advanced Engine Management and Data Acquisition Systems

Data Loggers, Power Distribution, Differential Control, Lambda Measurements, Telemetry

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Engine Management Systems

Our fully programmable ECUs range from the earlier generation M4 and M48 to the latest generation M400, M600, M800 and M880. These latest 'hundred series' ECUs are characterised by their ability to control modern engines with electronic innovations like drive by wire throttle and continuously variable cam timing.

M800 Plug-In ECUs are available for several Subaru and Mitsubishi engines, providing a convenient solution that simply replaces the original OEM ECU, without the need to rewire the vehicle.

In addition, Motor Sport Engineering has introduced two new engine specific ECUs based on the M4—the MLS and M2R. These lower cost alternatives are dedicated to specific V8 and rotary engines respectively.

To complete an engine control system Motor Sport Engineering can provide a range of accessories:

Data Acquisition Systems

Motor Sport Engineering sells a number of data acquisition solutions to suit different requirements. The SDL and ADL2 Dash Loggers, with combined display/logger/controller functionality, are highly versatile and can be configured according to individual preferences. The Sport Dash Logger (SDL) is well suited to those with moderate data requirements, while the Advanced Dash Logger (ADL2) has a comprehensive package of features ideal for professional motorsport. The Enclosed Dash Logger (EDL2) is based on the ADL2. It offers the same features, but is supplied without the display in an enclosed unit.

Motor Sport Engineering's new Central Logging System, consisting of the Advanced Central Logger (ACL) and one or more Versatile Input Modules (VIM), is aimed at those placing high demands on their data system. The ACL is a dedicated logger with a huge 1GB memory and potential to connect up to 200 sensors.

In addition to the data acquisition hardware, Motor Sport Engineering's comprehensive i2 data analysis software provides all the necessary tools to analyse the data and contribute to more insight into the performance and reliability of the engine and chassis. The Telemetry Monitor software allows engineers to monitor the vehicle while on track.

To complete a data acquisition system MoTeC can provide a range of accessories:

Displays

To monitor the performance of the vehicle, Motor Sport Engineering has designed digital displays with highly customisable screen layouts. The Mini Digital Display (MDD) is a small satellite display that can be mounted in a steering wheel, while the Sport Dash Logger (SDL) is a standalone display that has optional data logging. The Advanced Dash Logger (ADL2) can be used as a display for the Advanced Central Logger (ACL).

Power Distribution (power box)

Motor Sport Engineering's Power Distribution Modules(PDM16 and PDM32) are designed to replace conventional relays, fuses and circuit breakers. They provide electronically switched power to the various electrical systems in the vehicle—for example motors, lights and solenoids—and electronic devices such as ECUs and data systems. The PDMs simplify wiring and switch requirements, while increasing reliability.

Diff Control

Subaru and Mitsubishi Differential Controllers (SDC and MDC) are available for particular models of WRX and Evo. They provide user programmable control over the percentage of front and rear drive to cater for individual drivers preferences. SDC and MDC units replace the factory fitted centre differential controllers with no wiring modifications needed.

Lambda Measurement 

For accurate tuning, it is important to measure the air and fuel ratio after combustion in the exhaust gases. This can be done using Lambda Upgrades integrated in Motor Sport Engineering ECUs or data loggers or with the quick and easy to use standalone Professional Lambda Meter (PLM).

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