Link Engine Management’s in-house Laboratory of Speed has managed to squeeze more power and logging capabilities out of the company’s G4+ Atom and Monsoon ECUs. The power has come courtesy of a new, more powerful microcontroller and a vastly upgraded communications chip, which allows download speeds of up to 16 times faster than older versions. The inputs and outputs have also been enhanced and the frequency range has been expanded and unified across all the pins, meaning the new ECUs can send and receive even more complex data at a much faster rate.
The new ECUs also benefit from 100 times more internal data logging memory, allowing up to 250 channels to be logged at up to 1KHz per channel (to a maximum of 100kHz). This means the new ECUs can log more data, more accurately and with much faster downloading, so you can get back to the exhilaration of unleashing your engine. Greater accuracy in everything the ECUs control – such as smoother fueling and more precise spark timing – completes the package. And all this is controlled by a new and improved version of Link Engine Management’s free tuning software, PC Link.